The draw for the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate Hurling League unfolded at UPMC Nowlan Park last night.
Group A is composed of Danesfort, Rower Inistioge, Carrickshock, Lisdowney, Conahy Shamrocks, and Dunnamaggin.
Meanwhile, Group B includes St. Martins, Tullogher Rosbercon, Blacks & Whites, Fenians, Young Irelands, and Mooncoin. The senior league draw is scheduled for 8 pm tonight at UPMC Nowlan Park.
SETU Carlow bowed out of the Fitzgibbon Cup after a six-point defeat to SETU Waterford last night.
SETU Waterford will advance to face Mary Immaculate College in the semi-finals, while UL and the University of Galway will clash in the other semi-final.
St. Kieran’s College emerged victorious once again, securing the Leinster title by defeating CBS with a dominating scoreline of 2-21 to 0-5 at UPMC Nowlan Park.
Goals were netted by Aaron McEvoy & Sean Hunt.
Loreto Kilkenny advanced to the senior All-Ireland camogie final after a hard-fought battle against St. Patrick’s Maghera.
The Kilkenny school required extra-time to secure victory with a final score of Loreto Kilkenny 2-14, St. Patrick’s Maghera 1-12.
The Executive of the Kildare LGFA has collectively tendered their resignation after tonight’s emergency meeting.
This decision follows concerns raised by the Kildare panel regarding transparency and budget issues within the county’s LGFA.
KCLR will be conducting interviews with Kilkenny and Carlow LGFA managers, John Murphy and Ed Burke, ahead of their upcoming clash this weekend.
The discussions will encompass any pertinent issues facing the organizations.
Goalkeeper Matt Turner emerged as the shootout hero for Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup fourth-round tie against Bristol City, securing a 5-3 victory on penalties after a 1-1 draw at the City Ground.
Republic of Ireland midfielder Jason Knight scored the City goal in the first half.
Mauricio Pochettino says it’s time for a new era at Chelsea after they reached the last-16 of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win at Aston Villa in their fourth round replay.
The controversial women’s EuroBasket qualifier between Ireland and Israel is set to proceed this afternoon in Riga, Latvia, starting at 4 pm.
Comments made by Israeli player Dor Sa’ar accusing Irish players of being ‘anti-semitic’ have been labeled as ‘inflammatory’ and ‘wholly inaccurate’ by Basketball Ireland.
Kieran Donaghy, former Kerry footballer, suggests Ireland should not play the game, citing FIBA’s actions and proposing a Go Fund Me page to cover a potential 80 thousand euro fine.