The defending All ireland Champions Kilmacud Crokes are coming to town tomorrow when they face off with Carlow county title holders Eire Og in the AIB Leinster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-final.
Speaking to KCLR, Eire OG manager Turlough O’Brien says games like this, are exactly what the club needs to grow
That game will be live on KCLR with thanks to Dan Morrissey & Co for 7:45
We also bring you all the action from the AIB Leinster Club Senior Camogie Championship semi-final in Palmerstown.
Dicksboro face off with St Martin’s at half one on Sunday.
Waterford camogie manager Sean Power is stepping down, three months on from guiding them to their first All-Ireland final appearance since 1945.
Power was in the role for just one year after taking over from Derek Lyons and leaves for family reasons.
In a statement this evening the Waterford Camogie County board thanked him for his work and dedication, saying he left camogie in the county in a better place than he found it.
They are set to announce news on a successor next week.
Elsewhere last night SETU Carlow battled University College Dublin in Division 1 of the Senior Hurling League, ending 6:30 to 9 points.
In Division 1 football, SETU Carlow faced a tough challenge from University College Cork, finishing with a scoreline of 1:07 to 2 goals 12 points.
There are two FAI Junior Cup fixtures to look forward to this weekend.
Crettyard United welcomes Wexfords North End Utd at 2 pm on Sunday while we have a Kilkenny v Carlow clash to look forward to with Bagenalstown travelling to face Evergreen
Greece manager Gus Poyet says he is leaving his role next year, further fueling speculation about him possibly taking over as Republic of Ireland boss.
The Uruguayan has told Livescore that his contract with Greece is up in March and it won’t be extended, even if they qualify for Euro 2024.
Poyet had previously said he would be keen on the Irish role and in this interview he once again praised the support he saw at the Aviva Stadium last month.
He says it’s a possibility the FAI ‘will like him and contact him’.
The curtain comes down on the SSE Airtricity Premier Division season tonight.
Shamrock Rovers will be presented with the title after they play Sligo Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.
Stephen Bradley’s side secured their fourth consecutive crown last week.
Tullow welcomes Seapoint to the Blackgates tomorrow for a 2:30 pm
On Sunday Kilkenny takes on Boyne and Carlow travel to play Dundalk.
World Cup final referee Wayne Barnes has announced his retirement.
On the international stage he officiated in 17 Six Nations tournaments and over 27 World Cup games across five tournaments