It’s a big sporting weekend on KCLR with three live matches being broadcast.
St Catherines Shane Cotter says this weekend’s AIB GAA Club Hurling All-Ireland Junior Championship Final will be a closely fought affair.
The Munster champions take on Tullogher Rosbercon of Kilkenny in Croke Park this Saturday at 5 pm.
That game is brought to you with thanks to DNG Ella Dunphy
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Thomastown Captain Stephen Donnelly says winning the AIB GAA Club Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Championship would mean everything to them.
The Norsesiders take on Castlelyons of Cork in the Final this Saturday at 7 in Croke Park.
That game is brought to you with thanks to Treacys Value Homeware Thomastown.
Then on Sunday The Dioralyte Walsh Cup continues for Carlow as they make the trip to Wexford to take on their Leinster rivals.
Following their defeat to Kilkenny on Tuesday night, will Carlow secure their first victory of the season, or will they suffer back-to-back defeats?
Find out this Sunday at on KCLR as we bring you full live commentary of Carlow v Wexford in the Dioralyte Walsh Cup with thanks to Dan Morrissey & Co.
Leitrim and Galway contest a Connacht League semi-final at the Air Dome from 7 pm this evening.
Meath plays Longford in the semi-finals of the O’Byrne Cup in Ashbourne from 7.30.
There one game in the Nationalist Premier Division tonight Killeshin welcomes Bagenalstown for an 8 o’clock kick-off.
There is also big matches this weekend on the Kilkenny front as Freebooters travel to face Balscadden for a 1 o’clock kick-off on Sunday in the LFA Junior Cup while Wexford and Kilkenny go head to head in Bunclody in the LFA Women’s Inter League at 2 pm
Jadon Sancho says he’s returning “home” after completing a loan move back to Borussia Dortmund from Manchester United.
He left the German club in 2021 to join United – but a public argument with manager Erik ten Hag saw him frozen out.
Sancho will wear the number ten shirt at Dortmund.
There’s one game in the Premier League this evening as Burnley host fellow strugglers Luton Town from 7.45.
Andy Farrell insists he’ll be able to combine his new role as the head coach of the British and Irish Lions with his job as Ireland rugby union boss.
The IRFU has agreed he can take a sabbatical from his role from December to focus on the Lions tour to Australia fully.
It means Farrell won’t be in charge of Ireland for the Six Nations next year.
This weekend, the Leinster League features significant matchups across various divisions.
On Saturday, in Division 1A, Bective Rangers will play against Tullow at Energia Park (Donnybrook), with kick-off scheduled for 14:30.
Simultaneously, in Division 1B, Kilkenny will face De La Salle Palmerston at Foulkstown, commencing at 14:30.
On Sunday, the Division 1B fixture will see Boyne against Carlow at Shamrock Lodge, starting at 14:30.
The Grade 1 Lawlor’s of Naas Novice Hurdle is the feature at the Kildare track which stages its rearranged meeting today.
That race goes to post just before 1.45.
In the opening day of Q-School, Steve Lennon secured his advancement by emerging victorious in a hard-fought final against William Borland, clinching a 6-4 win.
Demonstrating exceptional skill throughout the competition, Lennon’s precision on the dartboard was notable.
Expressing mental exhaustion, Lennon revealed the intensity of the endeavor, particularly after narrowly missing the opportunity to retain his card at the world’s. Despite the challenges, Lennon is embracing a fresh start to the upcoming season, eagerly anticipating the opportunities and experiences the future holds.