We have two live games coming up on KCLR this weekend
On our Kilkenny frequencies, Antrim awaits The Cats as Derek Lyng and his team travel to Belfast for the round 3 Leinster Championship clash
On our Carlow Frequencies, The Barrowsiders also travel up north, as Tom Mullally’s men take on Down in round four of the Joe McDonagh Cup. Both games throw-in at one o’clock Sunday.
You can hear our full interview with Marty Kavanagh on Scoreline tomorrow from 2 o’clock, while TJ Reid speaks to Eddie Hughes from 12 pm on KCLR 96 FM.
Speaking of TJ Reid Scoreline will be running a very interesting competition throughout the weekend so stay tuned for that, and stay tuned for Friday Night Scoreline with our new host, none other than our own Robbie Dowling
He will be getting the thoughts of none other than Terence “Sambo” McNaughton, arguably Antrim’s best ever hurler tonight on KCLR from 6 o’clock.
Sean Finn will miss the rest of the season for Limerick, after it was confirmed he ruptured his ACL.
The four-time All-Star suffered the injury during last weekend’s Munster Hurling Championship loss to Clare.
It’s the second time in his career that Finn has suffered such an injury.
It’s a big day tomorrow on the camogie front for Kilkenny Camogie.
First up is the Leinster Senior Semi-Final of Westmeath V Kilkenny, with live reports coming in from TEG Cusack Park
Before the intermediate team will fight for the chance to possibly meet Carlow in a semi-final when they take on Dublin from 2.
New Oak Boys set themselves up for another district final appearance after they once again got the better of Crettyard for the second time in a week.
Two Cody Mulhall goals helped them to a 3-nil victory and allowed them to advance to take on Parkville United in the final.
Crettyard manager Peter Donelly has since decided to step away from his position. We wish Peter all the best.
Douglas Jewellers Carlow Cup Semi Final New Oak Boys..3 Crettyard…0 Scorers: @mulhall_cody 2, @leezer_11 So 24 hours later our boys complete the job. And onto another final. Just doesn’t get boring does it?! Well done boys 💚⚽️💚⚽️💚
Champions League football for next season remains to be locked up for Manchester United.
They suffered a 1-nil defeat to Brighton in the Premier League last night.
Alexis MacAllister scored the winner from the penalty spot in stoppage time. United hold a four-point cushion over Liverpool in the race for fourth spot and have played one game less. Brighton are now up to sixth.