The Electric Ireland Higher Education Sigerson Cup continues for SETU Carlow this evening.
They play host to DCU Dóchas Éireann at 7pm with full live commentary on KCLR.
Speaking after their opening round defeat to TUS Midlands, SETU Carlow forward Colm Hulton said that having Carlow players involved with the college will help improve football in the county.
The Cork county board say ‘discussions are continuing’ with commercial company SuperValu over the issue of naming rights for Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Following disquiet over the proposed renaming of the stadium as ‘SuperValu Pairc’ – including from Tanaiste Micheal Martin, the rebranding of the venue appears paused for now.
The stadium has a debt of approximately 30 million euro.
The Irish Examiner report that some delegates at a county board meeting last night proposed a compromise whereby the stadium would be renamed ‘SuperValu Pairc Ui Chaoimh’.
In the Munster Hurling League this evening, Limerick play Cork in Rathkeale from 7pm.
Chiedozie Ogbene fired Luton Town into the fourth round of the FA Cup last night.
The Republic of Ireland winger scored the winner in a 2-1 win away to League One Bolton.
Luton’s reward is a trip to either Everton or Crystal Palace – they replay their third round tie tonight.
Ireland under-19 striker Nathan Fraser scored for Wolves in their 3-2 extra-time win at home to Brentford – it’s West Brom away in round-4 for them.
Newport County set up a first ever meeting with Manchester United by winning 3-1 away to Eastleigh.
West Ham had Said Benhrama sent off as they fell to a 1-nil defeat at Championship club Bristol City.
While Birmingham struck in injury-time to beat Hull 2-1 and set up a fourth round trip to Leicester.
Blackpool face Nottingham Forest tonight, with the winners travelling to Bristol City.
And a trip to Anfield and Liverpool awaits the winner of tonight’s replay involving Bristol Rovers and Norwich.
Andy Farrell reveals his Ireland Six Nations squad this afternoon.
The identity of Jonathan Sexton’s successor as captain is also likely to be made known, with several senior internationals in the frame.
One of the players likely to miss out on the squad is Rob Herring, with the Ulster hooker nursing a significant elbow injury.
The Irish women’s team are one win away from clinching a spot at the Olympic Games in Paris.
They beat South Korea 3-1 yesterday and face Spain tomorrow.
The men’s team play Japan later today