In a highly anticipated clash this Sunday, O’Loughlin Gaels face off against reigning champions Ballyhale Shamrocks in the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship final.
Adding an intriguing subplot, former Shamrocks manager James O’Connor, who secured the title in 2021 by defeating O’Loughlins, predicts his old side’s triumph for a historic sixth consecutive county title.
That game is brought to you on KCLR with thanks to Gerry Comerford Drilling and Eugene Foley Construction
We will be building up to the game starting tonight from 6 with Robbie on Scoreline and bursting into it tomorrow on Scoreline.
We will also be broadcasting the Leinster match-up between Tullogher Rosbercon and St. Patricks
Note that a change of time and venue for this one has been confirmed with the match throwing in at 1 pm now in SETU Carlow.
The Royals rule the roost in this year’s Tailteann Cup Team of the Year, with the reigning champions Meath claiming a spectacular eight spots in this prestigious selection, which includes four from finalists Down, and one each from Antrim, Carlow, and Cavan.
Carlow and Eire Og Footballer Carlow’s Ross Dunphy, has been rewarded for his exceptional performances throughout the competition.
Keeping with Carlow there is one game in the Stryve Under 20 Hurling Championship
Bagenalstown gaels take on Mount Leinster Rangers in McGrath Park from half 7.
In LGFA news Bennekerry Tinryland, Muckalee, and St. Bridgids have crucial Leinster and Intermediate and Junior Quarter Finals this weekend also.
All games tomorrow are on home turf with the Carlow games throw-in at 2 while Muckalee takes on Gussarane at 3
Onto Soccer and Buckley Park, the former home of Kilkenny City FC, opens its gates once again this weekend.
Castlewarren Celtic have been working on the beloved ground over the Summer and the A team are finally ready to take to the pitch this Sunday for a clash with River Rangers from 11 Am
Callan United have a big game of their own in the FAI Junior Cup when they welcome Forth Celtic for a wo o’clock kick off
The pick of the bunch in Carlow this Sunday sees Killeshin travel to play Hanover Harps in the Premier Division.
Kick-off in the plots is 11 o’clock
Liverpool have one foot in the knockout stage of the Europa League, following last night’s 5-1 win at home to Toulouse.
Diogo Jota, Wataru Endo, Darwin Nunez, Ryan Gravenberch, and Mo Salah scored the goals at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have maximum points in Group E.
David Moyes defended his squad rotation as West Ham lost in Europe for the first time in 18 matches – they went down 2-1 to Olympiakos in Group A.
Brighton collected their first win in Group B, with a 2-nil victory over Ajax at the Am-Ex Stadium.
Premier League leaders Tottenham are away to Crystal Palace tonight from 8.
England and Argentina are both looking to end their World Cup campaigns on a high this evening.
They meet in the bronze medal match at the Stade de France, where kick-off is at 8.