We have one live game on KCLR this weekend coming in the form of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship
Kilkenny have a must-win fixture against neighbors Tipperarry, with that game throw-ing at 6’clock tomorrow
See also: Exploring the final group games of the All-Ireland camogie championship
Just over a month from the original proposed final in UPMC Nowlan Park, defending champions Mullinavat will take on 2021 champions and last year’s beaten finalists Thomastown in the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Senior Football Championship Final
The game throws in at half seven with the winners looking forward to a place in the Leinster intermediate club football championships later this Autumn.
See also: Scrapped Kilkenny senior football final to go ahead next week
At the same time in Carlow, we have two games in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Senior Hurling Championship
Bagenalstown Gaels clash with Naomh Brid in Netwatch Training Centre in Fenagh while Naomh Eoin meet Mount Leinster Rangers in Netwatch Cullen Park
See also: Bagenalstown Gaels Craig Doyle wants to go that one step further in the Carlow Club Championship
Carlow Town Hurling and Camogie Club are inviting boys and girls up to the club to take part in their little puckers initiative.
Camogie goes ahead from half 6 while hurling throw-ins at 7 with hurls and helmets provided
Speaking to me last week, one of the coaches Sean said the success of the Carlow senior hurlers has really provided a massive boost in numbers
Sticking with Carlow, the draw for the senior football championship has been made
In group one of the Senior Ranks are Tinryland, Mount Leinster Rangers, Fenagh and Bagenalstown Gaels
While in Group 2 will be Palatine, Eire Og, Rathvilly, and Old Leighlin
Boxers Aoife O’Rourke and Jack Marley will bid to secure Olympic qualification by winning their bouts at the European Games in Poland today.
They are in semi-final action. If they win, they will secure at least a silver medal, a prize that is also on the line for Kellie Harrington, Michaela Walsh and Dean Clancy, who fight for places in their respective finals.
Harrington, Walsh and Clancy have already secured their tickets to Paris next year.
On this day 1975
Muhammad Ali retains the world heavyweight boxing crown by beating Englishman Joe Bugner by a unanimous points decision in a re-match in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Nathan Collins could complete his move from Wolves to Brentford this weekend.
The Republic of Ireland defender, who is this country’s most expensive ever player – is set to join the Bees for 23 million pounds on a long-term deal, according to the Sun.
Manchester United have apparently agreed £60m package deal for Mason Mount with Chelsea
This opens the door for Moises Caicedo to go to Chelsea
Aston Villa will pay around €35m plus add-ons up to a potential €40m for Pau Torres. Not even close to €60m exit clause.
On this day 2002
2002 FIFA World Cup Final, International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan: Ronaldo scores twice as Brazil beats Germany, 2-0 to win record 5th title; first World Cup held in Asia
Padraig Harrington endured a difficult start to the defence of his U.S. Senior Open title.
He is 3 over after a 74 in Wisconsin, six shots behind leader Rod Pampling. Darren Clarke is 4 over. Tom McKibbin and John Murphy are both 3 over par at the British Masters and have work to do to make the cut. England’s Justin Rose leads on 7 under.