Carlow and Kilkenny began their 2024 intercounty seasons in Netwatch Cullen Park last night as the sides went head-to-head in the opening round of the Dioralyte Walsh Cup.
Having been postponed on Sunday due to heavy fog, it was Kilkenny who came out on top on a scoreline of 5-22 to nine points.
Billy Ryan, Liam Blanchfield, Eoin Guilfoyle, Ted Dunne, and Denis Walsh with the goals for the Cats at Netwatch Dr. Cullen Park.
Speaking after the game, Derek Lyng says these fixtures provide a great opportunity for new players
That result means Carlow will play Wexford on Sunday with that game also live on KCLR. Details will be confirmed later today.
All-Ireland champions Limerick play their first competitive game of 2024 this evening.
They take on Clare in Clarecastle from 7-o’clock in the Munster Hurling League.
We have one live game on KCLR tonight.
The Electric Ireland Higher Education Sigerson Cup gets underway as SETU Carlow play host to TUS Midlands at 7pm.
Brendan Hennessy and Willie Quinlan will be calling all the action with thanks to
The World Rally Championships will be coming to the South East in the coming years.
Motor Sport Ireland confirmed that it will be hosted by the region at some stage between 2025 and 2027.
It is expected to be the largest event ever hosted by the region with an estimated 841 million viewers set to tune in on TV.
Middlesbrough are one step closer to the English League Cup final after beating Chelsea 1-0 in the first leg of their last four encounter.
Hayden Hackney scored for the hosts in the first half as they stunned the Premier League side at the Riverside Stadium.
The return leg takes place at Stamford Bridge in a fortnight.
Tonight, Liverpool host Fulham in the first leg of their semi-final.
Kick off at Anfield is at 8pm.
Trent Alexander-Arnold will not feature for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
It was confirmed yesterday that he will be out for three weeks due to a knee injury he picked up in their FA Cup win over Arsenal at the weekend