University of Limerick will play University of Galway in this year’s Fitzgibbon Cup final.
UL beat South East Technological University Waterford by 19 points to 16 tonight to advance.
There was extra time in the other last-four tie, with the University of Galway eventually overcoming University College Cork by 1-24 to 2-18.
The final takes place on Saturday.
We have three live games on KCLR Scoreline this weekend.
Starting proceedings will be the opening round of the VERY Ireland Camogie Leagues
Kilkenny travel to Cusack park in Clare with Martin Quility and Aine Farrell on duty for KCLR from 12 o’clock
While Kilkenny and Tipp will do battle once again, this time for the Dillion Quirke Foundation, with two men that have a couple of All-Ireland title medals each, Adrien Ronan and Micheal Walsh broadcasting from 2 pm.
See also: Derek Lyng and Liam Cahill’s sides head to FBD Semple Stadium on Sunday
While Carlow footballers are hoping to maintain their promotion push when they clash with Laois, hoping for a first win against the side in 35 years, Brendan Hennessey and Willie Quinlin will be on our Carlow Frequency from 2.
We will also be chatting with managers Brian Dowling & Niall Carew tomorrow on Scoreline.
While the Carlow senior footballers are in action this Sunday, the under-20 footballers will continue their Andrew Cordon Cup campaign tonight.
The Barrowsiders welcome Waterford to Netwatch Training Centre for their second-round clash at 7.30.
While in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Senior Football League in Kilkenny Danesfort play at home to Thomastown and Railyard are away to Muckalee
The next President of the GAA will be elected tonight.
Armagh’s Jarlath Burns, Niall Erskine of Donegal and Pat Teehan from Offaly are all in the running.
The vote will take place at the Annual Congress, which is being held at Croke Park.
It’s understood investors linked to the Qatari royal family will make a bid to buy Manchester United today.
The Glazer family are seeking at least 5 billion pounds for the Premier League club. The deadline for offers is believed to be 10 o’clock tonight.
There’s also been interest from Jim Ratcliffe, as well as investors from the USA and Saudi Arabia.
Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag claims his side should have scored at least four goals in the first leg of their Europa League play-off against Barcelona.
They drew 2-all at the Nou Camp to set-up a must-win clash at Old Trafford in the return game next week. Ten Hag also feels their Spanish opponents should have finished with ten men.
There are eight games across two divisions as the League of Ireland season gets underway tonight.
In the Premier Division, St Patrick’s Athletic welcome Derry City to Inchicore, while Tolka Park is the venue for Shelbourne’s meeting with Drogheda.
Cork City make their return with a home fixture against Bohemians, while Dundalk host UCD.
Kerry begin life in the First Division with a home game against Cobh Ramblers.
Treaty United host Bray, Wexford entertain Waterford and Finn Harps welcome Galway to Finn Park.
Ireland will be without Tadhg Beirne for the remainder of this year’s Six Nations campaign.
The Munster lock underwent surgery today on an ankle injury he sustained in Saturday’s win over France.
He’s due to be out for up to 12 weeks.
Rory McIlroy carded a bogey-free 67 on day one of the Genesis Invitational.
At four-under-par, he’s three shots off joint leaders Max Homa and Keith Mitchell. Shane Lowry is two-under, with Seamus Power level par.
Tiger Woods is also two-under in what is his first appearance of the season.