Well huge news for KCLR broke last night as our dedicated Camogie podcast led by Martin Quilty, Lillian Holohan, and Aine Farrel picked up the Digital Media award from the camogie association.
It was not the only accolade though for Martin as we were also named the PRO of the year for the work he does with Kilkenny
KCLR was previously named the recipient of the 2021 Mick Dunne Memorial Award for Local Media by the Camogie Association.
Laois now awaits Kilkenny in the second round of the Walsh Cup, with the O’Moore County earning a two-point victory against Wexford in their first game in the cup.
We will have full live coverage Sunday starting at 1.30 pm
We will be dedicating a full hour to the game on Scoreline tomorrow from 4 pm, hearing from Micheal Fennelly someone in the Laois camp, and our own two-time All-Ireland winner Adrien Ronan.
Also this weekend Tom Mullaley lead Carlow will be out in action against Down in the Kehoe Cup.
We will be bringing you reports from Netwatch Cullen Park with a throw-in time at 2 on Sunday
Tonight though, Michael Davitts and Naomh Eoin will contest the 2022 Carlow U20B football championship final tonight under the lights at Netwatch Cullen Park with a 7.30 pm throw-in time.
Both clubs have agreed to see the game finish on the night so in the event of a draw game at the end of normal time, two periods of ten minutes will be played before heading on to penalties.
It was a Chelsea debut to forget for Joao Felix last night.
The loan signing from Atletico Madrid was sent off for a high challenge on Kenny Tete, with Chelsea falling to a 2-1 defeat at Fulham.
The winning goal came 17 minutes from time from Carlos Vinicius.
The victory sees Fulham move above Liverpool to sixth in the Premier League table. Chelsea is languishing in tenth, with six defeats from their last eight games in all competitions.
Aston Villa could move level on points with Chelsea tonight. Unai Emery’s side welcomes Leeds United to Villa Park, where kick-off is at 8.
Sacked/departed Premier League managers in 2022-23
Manager Club Sack date
Scott Parker Bournemouth August 30
Thomas Tuchel Chelsea September 7
Graham Potter Brighton September 8
Bruno Lage Wolves October 2
Steven Gerrard Aston Villa October 20
Ralph Hasenhuttl Southampton November 7
Locally there is one game kicking off at 8 in the White’s Pharmacy Division as Killeshin B go up against Baltinglass Town.
Shane Lowry is among the first out at the inaugural Hero Cup this morning.
The former Open champion partners Great Britain and Ireland captain Tommy Fleetwood in this morning’s fourballs.
They take on the European tandem of Thomas Pieters and Alex Noren.
Seamus Power is in the last match out this morning, partnering with Robert MacIntyre against Sepp Straka and Adrian Meronk.