This is the Scoreline Morning report.
Ollie Moran believes that Limerick’s attempt to claim a fourth All-Ireland title in-a-row will not impact on the team’s performance in Sunday’s final with Kilkenny.
Speaking to Scoreline, Limerick legend Moran claimed that John Kiely’s impact has helped quell any heightened expectations within the county.
Kilkenny manager Derek Lyng has told KCLR that potentially stopping their opponents claim a fourth consecutive title will not be a motivating factor for his side.
Thomastown will face Young Irelands in the final of the St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Intermediate Hurling League.
The intermediate side got the better of Dicksboro in the semi-final last night on a scoreline of 1-21 to 0-19.
The Kilkenny Vehicle Centre Minor Hurling League continued last night.
O’Loughlin Gaels, Dicksboro, James Stephens and St Patrick’s all claimed victories in the A grade with St Martin’s and Young Irelands playing out an entertaining draw.
The details for this weekend’s JJ Kavanagh and Sons Carlow Senior Hurling Championship have been revealed.
There’s a triple header in Netwatch Cullen Park on Saturday with Naomh Eoin and Naomh Brid meeting at 4pm, Ballinkillen take on Mount Leinster Rangers at 5.30pm and St Mullins face Bagenalstown Gaels at 7pm.
Michael Davitts secured a well-earned victory over Asca last night in the Cental Carlow Under 17 Football League.
The visitors came away with a 2-17 to 4-07 win in Group 3.
There is one game tonight with Kildavin/Clonegal facing Fenagh at 7pm in Spellman Park in Group 2.
Leeds United have announced the EFL has approved the sale of the club to American investment group 49ers Enterprises.
Andrea Radrizzani, chairman and majority shareholder since 2017, agreed to sell his controlling stake last month, with the deal valuing the club at around £170m.
49ers Enterprises, which owns NFL franchise the San Francisco 49ers, has steadily increased its stake in Leeds since becoming a minority shareholder in 2018.
Vera Pauw says there are “really good hopes” regarding the prospects of Denise O’Sullivan featuring on Thursday against Australia.
The midfielder spent the weekend in a protective boot, to help speed up her recovery from an injury that brought last Friday’s training game with Colombia to a premature end.
Shamrock Rovers are deprived of the services of Jack Byrne and Neil Farrugia for this evening’s second leg of their Champions League qualifier.
They’re in Iceland looking to overturn a 1-nil first leg deficit against Breidablik.
Kick-off tonight is at 8.15pm.
Copenhagen await the winners in the second qualifying round.
Carlow’s Finn Lynch could be in line to represent Ireland in next month’s Sailing World Championships with the team being announced tomorrow.