We have one game on KCLR this weekend.
We’ll be live from FBD Semple Stadium at 6 p.m. this Saturday for Carlow’s opening-round encounter with Tipperary.
Speaking to KCLR Barrowside manager Niall Carew outlined how star player Jordon Morrissey is ready for action after dealing with a rib injury. You can hear the full interview from 2 pm on Saturday
That game is brought to you With thanks to Dan Morrissey and Co.
Speaking of football, the Kilkenny Football League gets underway tonight
In the senior ranks, Thomastown plays Erins Own while Mullinavat takes on Danesfort.
‘Ain’t that a Shame’ took the honors in the Thyestes Chase at Gowran Park.
Rachael Blackmore was on board to guide the Henry De Bromhead-trained ten-year-old to victory. Glengouly ridden by Paul Townend came in second and Angels Dawn in third
Captain Cody and Monkfish from local man Willie Mullins were both victorious yesterday also.
Bournemouth are through to the last 16 of this season’s FA Cup.
The Premier League club hammered Swansea City by five goals to nil at the Vitality last night.
Mark Travers started in goal for the winners, with Gavin Kilkenny introduced as a second-half substitute.
The meeting of Tottenham and Manchester City is the big game in the FA Cup tonight.
Their clash in north London is underway from 8.
There’s also an all-Premier League tie at Stamford Bridge, where Chelsea face Aston Villa.
Elsewhere, Bristol City face Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday take on Coventry.
All of those games are underway from 7.45.
Evergreen welcome Bray Wanderers to the Kells Road in the LFA Leinster Senior Cup
There was such a buzz last year when Carlow side New Oak did it last year, so expect the same here, but will the result differ?
Speaking of New Oak they take on Freebooters in a clash of Kilkenny and Carlow in the LFA junior Cup this Sunday kick off on the Burrin Road is 11 o’clock.
Jannik Sinner is through to the Australian Open final.
The Italian fourth seed beat Novak Djokovic in four sets this morning.
It’s the first time Djokovic has lost in the semi-finals in Melbourne.
The second semi-final, between Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev, gets underway shortly.