KCLR, brings a close to a prolific year with over 160 matches being covered in full with some unforgettable moments.
Tomorrow we reach the climax of the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Under 21 A Hurling Championship Final.
Dicksboro and Thomastown, go head to head for the championship title.
Thats brought to you with thanks to Noreside Catering, School of Food in Thomastown.
In the Stryve U20 Football Championship, the ‘B’ Knockout Stages will witness Tinryland face Kildavin/Clonegal at Myshall, with the match scheduled to commence at 7:30 PM.
Simultaneously, the ‘A’ SEMI-FINAL presents a doubleheader featuring Palatine against Mount Leinster Rangers at Pitch 2 Training Centre and Rathvilly taking on Eire Og at Pitch 1 Training Centre, both games kicking off at 7:30 PM and 7:45 PM, respectively.
There is one game left in the Carlow District League for the year
It’s sixth taking on fifth as Hanover Harps play St. Patricks Boys in the JF Sports Youth league.
However, both teams have a good few games in hand so expecting a cracker in this one. Kick-off is at half 7.
Danny Welbeck’s equalizer earned Brighton a 1-all draw in their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace last night.
Jordan Ayew had given the hosts the lead just before the break at Selhurst Park.
Evan Ferguson was on the Brighton bench – but didn’t get any game time.
The point means the Seagulls are eighth in the table while Crystal Palace are 15th.
Aston Villa could move to the top of the Premier League table tonight.
Unai Emery’s side play Sheffield United at Villa Park – with a win set to send the hosts to the summit.
Kick off is at 8pm.
Manchester City play in their first ever FIFA Club World Cup final in Saudi Arabia this evening.
Pep Guardiola’s side take on Brazilian club Fluminense from 6 o’clock Irish time.
Tyrone’s Mickey Mansell faces his former World Cup teammate Fermanagh native Brendan Dolan in the second round of the PDC World Championship this afternoon.
This evening Limerick’s William O’Connor takes on Englishman Chris Dobey.
And Cork resident Radek Szaganski plays Raymond van Barneveld.