Last night it was revealed to Scoreline that Eddie Scally has stepped down as Blacks and Whites manager for the forthcoming season
Scally guided the club back to the intermediate championship after winning the junior title and recently brought them to a Leinster semi-final.
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St. Kieran’s college claimed the Leinster schools Junior Hurling A title.
They went up against Colaiste Mhuire Johnston in UPMC Nowlan park and won on a scoreline of 1-23 to 1-16
With two cups at stake in a doubleheader of Railyard v Tullogher, the supporters present were treated to some fine football with 11 goals scored between both teams!
It was to be Railyard’s night and winning on a score of 7-14 to 4-2 to capture the Roinn B League Final and Championship Shield Final.
Colm O’Rourke’s first game in charge of Meath will be in Carlow on 4th Jan after the O’Byrne Cup fixtures were confirmed.
The hurlers begin in the Keogh Cup the night after in Kildare.
Former Thomastown player Colm Whelan has signed with Derry City on a two-year contract.
The 22-year-old netted 44 times in 66 games with UCD, helping them to a promotion in the process.
See also: Thomastown United is off the mark with new FAI award
Argentina are into the last 16 of the World Cup in Qatar.
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They beat Poland 2-nil last night and will now face Australia in the knockout stage on Saturday night.
Poland pipped Mexico on goal difference for second spot in Group C – as Mexico beat Saudi Arabia 2-1.
Poland are to take on defending champions France on Sunday afternoon.
Groups E and F will be resolved later.
Belgium need a win over Croatia in Group F to survive – while Morocco just require a draw against eliminated Canada.
Those matches start at 3pm Irish time.
At 7 o’clock, Germany take on Costa Rica in Group F, knowing they must win and hope that Spain gain a positive result against Japan in the other Group match.
History will be made in the Germany – Costa Rica game as 38 year old Stephanie Frappart (pr: Frap-are) from France becomes the first woman to referee a men’s game at a World Cup finals.
There are seven races over jumps at Thurles today, with the first off just after 12.30.