This weekend on KCLR we have five live games on offer
On Sunday we have the junior and intermediate county finals in Kilkenny while bringing you all the action from Clonmores Leinster charge.
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On Saturday and opening proceedings for the weekend will be the fundraising game of Kilkenny Camogie versus a team of Kilkenny legends in UPMC Nowlan Park and then we turn our attention to the crunch Leinster clash of Palatine and ST. Patricks of Wicklow
No doubt you will hear more about everything happening in Carlow GAA as Jim Bolger joins Eimear on KCLR later along with John Shark Hanlon who is still no doubt jubilant after the US Grand National win.
Speaking of Carlow there is only one game going ahead tonight and that is the Stryve U20 Football Championship ‘B’ Group 2 game of Naomh Eoin and Ballon GFC
In Kilkenny last night Barrow Rangers claimed the Minor Minor Roinn B Hurling Championship Shield.
They defeated John Lockes on a scoreline of 2-13 to 15 points.
Steven Gerrard has been sacked as manager of Aston Villa.
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It followed the club’s 3-nil defeat away to Fulham that left them hovering above the Premier League relegation zone.
Villa have won just one of their last eight league games.
And Leeds boss Jesse Marsch is under pressure this morning after they went down 2-nil away to Leicester.
The win lifted Brendan Rodgers’ side off the foot of the table.
See also: Kilkenny & Carlow Soccer fixtures
Another weekend, means another busy period for most teams in Kilkenny and Carlow, with numerous teams competing in LFA Cup action
Kicking off local proceedings is tonight’s 8 o’clock clash of Kilree Celtic and Killeshin in Scats Quakers Park
Ireland’s cricketers have qualified for the Super 12 stage of the World Cup.
Setting a target of 147 to beat the West Indies, Ireland reached the total with 15 balls to spare, winning by 9 wickets.
Paul Sterling made 66 not out after Gareth Delany had taken 3 wickets earlier on.
An incredible seven Irish boxers are looking to upgrade their bronze medals at the European Elite Women’s Championships in Montenegro today.
The first into semi-final action is Westport’s Shannon Sweeney who faces Bulgaria’s Sevda Asenova in the 48-kg division.
There’s a rematch from the Olympics as Belfast featherweight Michaela Walsh takes on Italy’s Irma Testa.
Then it’s the turn of Amy Broadhurst, with Croatia’s Sara Beram her opponent in the light welterweight semi-finals.
In the light-middleweight semis, Tina Desmond faces Italian Melissa Gemini.
The first bout of the evening session sees Caitlin Fryers take on Anakhanim Ismayilovaof Azerbaijan in the light-flyweight semi-finals.
Then Olympic lightweight champion Kellie Harrington faces Kosovo’s Donjeta Sadiku.
And Ireland’s last boxer between the ropes is middleweight Aoife O’Rourke, who goes up against Swede Love Holgersson.
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Heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has taken aim at Anthony Joshua after announcing his latest WBC title fight.
The ‘Gypsy King’ will face Derek Chisora in London in an all-British clash in December, after failing to reach an agreement with Joshua.
Fury praised his next opponent for having the courage to take him on.
There is no place for Carlow’s Tom Dalys in Connacht’s team to face Scarletts tomorrow.
However Cian Prendergast has been named, the flanker received his first call-up to the senior international team this week for the Autumn internationals
Kick-off in Galway is at 7.35.
All three Irish golfers are well-placed going into day two of the CJ Cup on the PGA Tour in South Carolina.
Rory McIlroy is just a shot off the lead on 5-under.
Seamus Power is 4-under and Shane Lowry is 3-under par.
Gary Woodland and Trey Mullinax (pr: Mullin-axe) jointly lead on 6-under.
There’s a seven-race card at Sligo this afternoon with the first off at ten-to-2.
And the weekly Dundalk all-weather meeting gets underway at 5 o’clock.