The new national hunt season kicks off at Gowran Park today and runs for 2 days.
The first of seven races at Gowran Park goes to post at 5-past-2 this afternoon, with the with feature being the PWC Champion Chase which will be raced on Saturday.
See also: The new national hunt season kicks off at Gowran Park this weekend with the feature being the PWC Champion Chase, which will be raced on Saturday
We have a bumper weekend of action ourselves at KCLR with eight live games coming your way.
It all starts tonight with the relegation final match up of Palatine and Fenagh which throws in at half eight
Saturday brings with it the Carlow Junior final between Fighting Cocks and St. Mullins which is right before the intermediate final pitting Clonmore up against St. Patricks
Then it’s the Senior final between Eire Og and Tinryland on Sunday.
All those games will be brought to you with thanks to Dan Morrissey & Co
On the hurling front, we will be bringing you the Intermediate Hurling Championship Relegation final between Carrickshock and O’Loughlins
On the senior side of things, we will have Graigueballyccallan and James Stephens
Dur to a time change of Mullinavat and O’Loughlins, we will be broadcasting that game or Glenmore and Bennettsbridge and not both as originally planed
Sunday brings with it the highly anticipated match-up of Dicksboro and county champions Shamrocks
That is brought to you with thanks to Gerry Comerford Drilling.
Myshall Camogie Club goes up against Naomh Brid in the AZAP PRINT SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL this Sunday
Myshall also contested the Junior Final against Burren Rangers on the same day
The Senior and Intermediate Championship also throws in Kilkenny this weekend with various games across the county starting Saturday.
Tomorrow Netwatch Cullen Park will also host the Ladies’ football finals
St. Brigids go up against Kildavin Clonegal at 12 in the intermediate final while O’Loughlins meet Bennekerry Tinryland at 2 pm.
All-Ireland champions Dublin lead the way with 10 nominations for this year’s football All-Stars.
Beaten finalist Kerry have nine players shortlisted, with Derry receiving seven nominations.
Kerry forward David Clifford is nominated for Footballer of the Year, alongside Dublin’s Brian Fenton and Brendan Rogers of Derry.
Derry pair Eoin McEvoy and Ethan Doherty are in the running for Young Player of the Year with Roscommon goalkeeper Conor Carroll.
The winners will be announced at a banquet in Dublin in mid-November.
The LFA Junior Cup continues for local soccer teams this weekend
Killeshin welcomes Clonaslea United to Scats Quakers Park tonight for a 7.45 kickoff
New Zealand take on Italy in Pool A of the Rugby World Cup in Lyon tonight.
The All-Blacks go into the game third in the group after one win and a loss.
Last night, Japan beat Samoa by 28 points to 22 in Toulouse.
The result sees Japan move into second spot in Pool D