Offaly will meet Wexford in next week’s Leinster under-20 hurling final.
Wexford held off a spirited comeback from Kilkenny to beat the reigning provincial and All Ireland champions 1-18 to 2-13. While Offaly were 1-19 to 2-12 winners over Dublin in Tullamore.
Kilkenny has another shot at Leinster success this Friday night in the minor grade when Niall Bergin’s side takes on Galway in O’Moore Park Laois
Billy O’Sullivan starts in goal with Conor Brophy, Captain Evan Murphy, and David Barcoe immediately in front of him in the full backline.
Rory Garrett, Mikey Stynes, and Micheal Ahern make up the half-backline while Daragh Vereker and Ed Laughoff partner each other in the middle of the park.
Sean Bergin joins Gregy Kelly and James O’Neill in the half forwards while Conor Doyle, Ed McDermott, and Brian Moore fill out the full forwards.
That game is live on KCLR from 7.30 Friday night thanks to Kilkenny Sand and Gravel.
See also: Kilkenny Minor team announce ahead of Leinster final versus Galway
The GAA says a comprehensive review of GAA-GO will take place at the end of this season.
Along with other sporting bodies and broadcasters, the GAA has been invited to appear before the Oireachtas Committee on Tourism, Sport, and Media.
Meanwhile, the GAA has hit back at claims from Virgin Media that broadcast rights were not put out to tender.
The association says Virgin Media was given multiple opportunities to bid for inter-county packages, but no bids were forthcoming.
Speaking to KCLR Live yesterday, 8-time All-Ireland winner Aidan Taggy Fogarty had some strong opinions on it.
Read Taggys opinion here
Elsewhere the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Intermediate Football Championship reaches the semi-final stages
Barrow Rangers welcome Piltown with a half-seven throw in confirmed.
In the Electric Ireland Munster minor football championship this evening – Cork and Kerry go head to head in a quarter-final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Phase one final is between Tipperary and Limerick in Mallow. Both games throw in at 7 pm.
Inter Milan have one foot in the Champions League final.
They beat their neighbor AC Milan 2-nil in the first leg of their semi-final at the San Siro last night.
Former Premier League players Edin Dzeko and Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored the Inter goals. The second leg takes place next Tuesday.
In the Europa League semi-final first legs tonight, Jose Mourinho’s Roma play Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen and it’s Juventus versus Sevilla.
In the Conference League this evening, West Ham host A-Z in the first leg of their semi-final at the London Stadium.
The other last four encounters involve Fiorentina and Basel. All of this evening’s games kick off at 8 pm.
Also big congratulations to St. Senans Athletics Sophie Jackman who was named as the Trinity College Dublin athlete of the year recently.
Seamus Power is in the field for the Byron Nelson tournament on the PGA Tour, which starts in Texas later.
Stephanie Meadow takes part in the Cognizant Founders Cup in New Jersey.