We have four live games coming up KCLR this weekend.
First the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Carlow Senior Football Championship.
At 5 o’clock on Saturday, we’ll be in Netwatch Cullen Park for Mount Leinster Rangers’ clash with Bagenalstown Gaels, while we’ll have reports from the Training Centre in Fenagh where Tinryland take on Fenagh.
Then on Sunday, we’ll have live commentary of Palatine versus Eire Og and reports from Old Leighlin and Rathvilly.
Those games are with thanks to Dan Morrissey and Co.
All the live action starts on KCLR tomorrow though from 1 pm as we bring a repeat of last year’s county final when James Stephens takes on Shamrocks.
That game is brought to you with thanks to Gerry Comerford Well Drilling, and we will be bringing you reports from the five other senior games.
Sunday then it’s all about the intermediate league.
KCLR will be providing full live commentary of St Martin’s vs. Lisdowney this Sunday at 2 p.m. in Erin’s Own GAA Grounds in the final round of the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling League with thanks to Callanan Couriers Ballyfoyle.
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Stage 3 of Ras na Mban sees the event move to Laois.
The official start is scheduled for half past 11, finishing in Mountrath for around a quarter past 2.
Yesterday South African rider Tiffany Keep from Team Hutchinson-Brother UK claimed the victory in a tight finish, with Noah Jansen coming runner up as Manon de Boe claimed third-place
Shane Lowry and Kilkenny’s own Mark Power are best of the Irish ahead of the second round of the Horizon Irish Open.
They’ll both tee-off from four-under-par at the K Club. Rory McIlroy will resume from on three-under.
Tom McKibben tees off from level par with John Murphy and Padraig Harrington 1-over.
The Republic of Ireland sit second from bottom in Group B of Euro 2024 qualifying.
That’s after a 2-0 loss to France in Paris last night.
Aurelien Tchouaméni and Marcus Thuram scored the goals for the home side at the Parc des Princes.
Premier Division Saturday night football returns to Kilkenny this weekend
Freebooters welcome Callan to the Fair Green, While Bridge United are away to Highview.
Sunday in Carlow sees has five games kicking off from 11 am around the county in the KCLR-sponsored Shield and Plate
In the Shield Crettyard plays Parkville, Killeshin faces Bagenalstown while Kilree Celtic faces off with St. Patrick Boys
The Rugby World Cup gets underway tonight, with hosts France up against New Zealand in Pool A.
Kick-off in Paris is at 8.15.
The Irish squad will train today, ahead of their opening fixture against Romania tomorrow.