There is one game left in the Kilkenny GAA Calender
This Saturday Dicksboro and Thomastown go head to head to the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Under 21 A Hurling Championship Final
Speaking to KCLR , Thomastown’s Senior manager has praised the impact the under-21 side has had on his senior team
Nuno Espirito Santo is expected to be confirmed as Nottingham Forest’s new manager today.
The former Wolves and Tottenham boss will succeed Steve Cooper, who was sacked yesterday.
Forest are currently one place outside the Premier League relegation zone.
Another nightmare outing for Kieran Trippier cost Newcastle a place in the Carabao Cup semi-finals last night.
His injury-time mistake led to Chelsea’s equalizer in a 1-1 draw.
He was the first Newcastle player to miss in the resultant shootout, with Chelsea winning 4-2 on spot-kicks.
Fulham beat Everton 7-6 on penalties after a 1-1 draw at Goodison.
While Middlesbrough were comfortable 3-nil winners away to Port Vale.
The draw for the semi-finals will be made after tonight’s one remaining quarter-final.
Liverpool welcome West Ham to Anfield, where kick-off is at 8.
Manchester City will be without Erling Haaland, Kevin de Bruyne and Jeremy Doku for Friday’s Club World Cup final.
None of the three were in the City matchday squad for their 3-nil semi-final win over Urawa Red Diamonds.
Tournament rules stipulate that teams can’t alter their squads, so the trio will watch from the sidelines as City faces Fluminense.
There was to be no fairytale for Keane Barry at the PDC World Darts Championship last night.
The Meath native took only two legs from Michael van Gerwen, as the three-time champion romped to a 3-nil victory.
There’s plenty of Irish involvement at Alexandra Palace this afternoon.
Carlow’s Steve Lennon faces Owen Bates, with Jonny Clayton awaiting the winner in round 2 on Saturday afternoon.
Following them, Limerick native Willie O’Connor takes on Bhav Patel of India for the right to face Chris Dobey on Friday night.
While Poland’s Radek Szaganski resides in Cork and opens proceedings today against Marko Kantele of Finland.
Star-turn tonight is two-time champion Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright, who faces Jim Williams.
Carlow Rugby Club continues this season’s 150 Anniversary Celebrations with a feast of rugby in Oakpark on Saturday 30 December 2023. On that day the Club will host three Leinster South East Finals.
Starting at 12 noon first onto the field will be the Under 18 final which will be contested by teams from Wicklow and Wexford Wanderers.
This will be followed at 2.00 pm by the Division 1 Final which again involves Wexford with neighbours New Ross providing the opposition.
Finally this season’s Leinster South East Premier Final will be contested by Enniscorthy and host Club Carlow under floodlights at 4.00 pm.