Ireland head coach Greg McWilliams says Dannah O’Brien is ready for the next level.
The Tullow native will make her first Women’s Six Nations start in Ireland’s clash with France at Musgrave Park on Saturday when she lines out at out-half. McWilliams said although the 19-year-old is relatively inexperienced he believes she’s the right person to start at 10 and particularly praised her kicking game.
On KCLR this weekend many teams are taking a break before the beginning of a busy period so we have one live game coming your way tomorrow
Kilkenny is making the trip to Abbotstown to take on Antrim in the Minor Hurling Championship. Niall Bergin’s men are hoping to continue on their winning start against Laois, and that game will be live tomorrow from quarter passed one with thanks to Phillip Ireland Tyres.
See also: Kilkenny manager Niall Bergin impressed with the performance against Laois
We will be looking at Kilkenny’s chances in the league tomorrow on Scoreline, and Robbie presents his interview with Kildare manager David Herity. I had a listen to it yesterday and it’s great.
Also, tomorrow Carlow travel to O’Moore Park, Portlaoise to take on Kerry. The Leinster U20 Hurling Championship game throws in from 12.
Coming up in Carlow tonight there is only one game in Division 1 tonight when Fenagh takes on Palatine at quarter to 8.
While last night Carlow Town recorded the first victory of the Club Season Barrowside when they defeated Burren Rangers 1-11 to 8 points in the Bolger Shield last night Elsewhere in the Bolger Cup, last year’s finalists Eddie Scallys Bagnelstown Gaels got the better of Mount Leinster Rangers on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-14
Also on KCLR this weekend will be the quarter-final and semi-final draws of the KCLR McCalmont Cup. from 2 o’clock Sunday
See also: Kilkenny & Carlow soccer results (26/3/23): Evergreen, New Oak bow out of Leinster
Premier League returns this weekend with the following games;
Manchester City v Liverpool
Bournemouth v Fulham
Brighton v Brentford.
Crystal Palace v Leicester City
Nottingham Forest v Wolves
Arsenal v Leeds United
Chelsea v Aston Villa
West Ham United v Southampton,
Newcastle United v Manchester United
Everton v Tottenham
Speaking of Spurs, Tottenham forward Richarlison has hit out at claims he was a “mutiny leader” against former boss Antonio Conte.
The Italian left last week by mutual consent after calling his players “selfish” following a 3-all Premier League draw with bottom side Southampton. Brazil international Richarlison was accused by a broadcaster of issuing an ultimatum to Spurs over Conte’s future. He says he’s always “had a lot of respect” for him and called the reports “lies”.