This weekend on KCLR, catch live coverage of the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Under 21 A Hurling Championship Quarter Final clash between Thomastown and Mooncoin on Saturday at 2 pm.
Brought to you by Centra Mooncoin.
Updates on the other quarter-final between O’Loughlins and Dicksboro also provided.
Then on Sunday Don’t miss the chance to be apart of history and tune into the AIB Leinster Club Senior Camogie Championship Final, Dicksboro vs. St Vincent’s. Join us for the excitement this Sunday at 2:45 pm.
In last night’s action, Mary Immaculate College Limerick faced SETU Carlow in the Fresher Football League Division 2 Knockout, resulting in a win for Mary Immaculate College with a score of 1-12 to 3-10.
Switching to soccer, tonight’s highlight is Cabinteely vs. New Oak in the LFA Junior Cup, kicking off in Dublin at 8 o’clock.
In Carlow, watch Vale Wanderers vs. Hanover Harps and Killeshin B vs. Dolmen Celtic B in the Nationalist Premier Division and Whites Pharmacy Division, respectively.
James McClean has travelled to Amsterdam with the rest of the Republic of Ireland squad for Saturday’s Euro qualifier with the Netherlands.
The Wrexham wing-back has been drafted in after Festy Ebosele and Will Smallbone withdrew through injury.
McClean was due to make his final appearance in an Ireland jersey against New Zealand next week.
Meanwhile, the FAI Board issued an apology to staff for the ‘negative media’ surrounding CEO Jonathan Hill’s salary, causing a pause in state funding.
The FAI asserts a full review has been conducted in response to SIPTU’s concerns of the discovery that Hill had received 20-thousand euro more than his agreed salary.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has been charged by the Football Association for his post-match comments following their Premier League defeat to Newcastle.
He called the decision to allow Anthony Gordon’s goal “embarrassing” and “a disgrace” after their 1-nil defeat.
Arsenal released a statement backing up their manager, who has until Tuesday to respond to the charge.
The heavyweight unification bout between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk has been set for February 17th in Riyadh.
The fight was originally pencilled in for next month – that was before Fury survived a majority decision win over novice Francis Ngannou.
The eventual winner will become the first undisputed champion since Lenox Lewis in 1999.
A jumps meeting at Wexford begins at 12.20, with action at Dundalk underway at 4.40.
There’s also a fixture at Cheltenham.