This Sunday, all eyes will be on Netwatch Cullen Park as Carlow and Kilkenny face off in the AIB Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final.
O’Loughlin Gaels will take on Mount Leinster Rangers, with both teams having delivered some outstanding performances in the county finals
The action throws in at half-past 3, and KCLR is proud to bring you live commentary, generously sponsored by Dan Morrissey and Co.
Our match analysis is not to be missed, sponsored by Teach Dolmain, Carlow. Our expert analysts will share their pre-match insights, halftime reflections, and post-match thoughts.
That’s not all – on Saturday, the Leinster intermediate championship campaign takes center stage as Thomastown travels to Bellefield for a clash with Cloughbawn. KCLR will be broadcasting the game live from half-past one, with thanks to Supervalu Thomastown.
Additionally, we’ll be keeping you updated on the AIB Leinster Club Junior Hurling Championship Quarterfinal, featuring Tullogher Rosbercon and Colt Shanahoe in a face-off at Portlaoise.
Elsewhere, SETU Carlow fell to a defeat last night against Maynooth University in Division 1 of the Higher Education Senior Hurling League
The final score read 2 : 10 to 3 : 26.
Jurgen Klopp felt Liverpool were denied a valid equalizer away to Toulouse in Group E of the Europa League last night.
They went down 3-2 in the south of France and must wait to book a knockout place. Klopp wasn’t thrilled with his team’s display.
West Ham have one foot in the next round following their 1-nil win at home to Olympiakos in Group A. Brighton are second in Group B following their 2-nil win away to Ajax. And Rangers remain in the hunt to get out of Group C, following their 2-1 victory at home to Sparta Prague.
The last remaining place in next season’s SSE Airtricity Premier Division is up for grabs tonight.
Kilkenny duo Killian Cantwell and Paul Martin may be in action in the Tallaght Stadium with Cork City up against Waterford. The promotion-relegation playoff Kick-off is at 7.45.
Locally, there is one game in the Nationalist Premier Division tonight. Crettyard travels to face Killeshin for an 8 o’clock kick-off.
It’s Ulster against Munster in the United Rugby Championship tonight.
Kick off at the Kingspan Stadium is at 7.35.
Jack Crowley, Craig Casey, and Jeremy Loughman start for Munster, while Stuart McCloskey is in the Ulster 15.
The home side also have Rob Herring and Iain Henderson on the bench.
In other news, Munster is set to sign prop Oli Jager from Crusaders.