The race that stops a county is only a day away with Goffs Thyestes Race Day taking place tomorrow in Gowran Park.
With a preview for the biggest day on the racing calendar in the southeast, here’s Gowran Park racecourse manager Eddie Scally.
Carlows Pádraig Amond has signed with Waterford as they make their return to the Premier Division, marking a homecoming to the league he left back in 2010.
Amond moved from Sligo Rovers to the Portuguese side Paços de Ferreira. Before having stints with Accrington Stanley, Morecambe, Grimsby Town, Hartlepool United, Newport County, and Exeter City.
Having most recently played for Woking, the 35-year-old is opting to terminate his contract with Michael Doyle’s National League team, choosing to relocate his young family to Ireland.
Evergreen have been drawn against St Michael AFC in the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup.
The Kilkenny champions will host the Tipperary outfit on Sunday, February 11th.
Gary Maher’s side overcame Westport last Saturday with a 0-4 away from home.
Chelsea are through to the Carabao Cup final.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side beat Middlesbrough 6-1 last night at Stamford Bridge, to advance 6-2 on aggregate. Pochettino says he’s happy with the way his side are developing.
Tonight, Liverpool will look to book their place in the decider.
Jurgen Klopp’s side take a 2-1 lead to Craven Cottage for the second leg of their semi-final against Fulham.
Kick off is at 8pm.
In the Championship tonight Leeds United host Norwich City, kick off at Elland Road is at 7.45.
Molly Scott kicked off her season on a positive note, securing a second-place finish in the 60m at the World Athletics Indoor Tour in Aarhus, Denmark, last night clocking in at 7.38 seconds.
Just last Saturday, Molly concluded the Indoor meet in the Czech Republic, finishing in eighth place.
Looking ahead, Molly is set to participate in the World Athletics Indoor Tour over the next few weeks, with upcoming meets scheduled in France and Belgium.
Limerick’s opening match in this season’s Allianz Hurling League is set to take place at Semple Stadium.
The All-Ireland champions will play Antrim at the Thurles venue on Sunday week.
The Gaelic Grounds is unavailable due to works taking place on the playing surface.