Today marks the highly anticipated Goffs Thyestes Race Day at Gowran Park, an event that captivates an entire county.
The spotlight of the afternoon is on the Thyestes Chase at Gowran Park, featuring an impressive lineup of 18 runners, set to commence at 2:50.
Starting the excitement, the first race is scheduled for 1:05, with the card also showcasing the Grade 2 Galmoy Hurdle.
David Mullins, Goffs Thyestes Chase winner in 2017, shared his sentiments with Champ.ie, emphasizing the significance of this special day in racing.
SETU Carlow emerged as the top team in Group 2 of the Purcell Cup with a noteworthy victory.
Facing a resilient UL team, SETU Carlow secured their position at the final whistle with a scoreline of 2-07 (13) to UL’s 2-04 (10).
Also big congratulations to Johnny Furey who was voted the senior player of the year for Carlow Senior Champions Eire Og.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he’s happy his side got the job done last night.
The Reds booked their place in the Carabao Cup Final after a one-all draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage, to win their semi-final tie 3-2 on aggregate.
They’ll now face Chelsea in the decider at Wembley next month as they look to lift the trophy for a record 10th time.
The FA Cup fourth round gets underway at the Vitality Stadium tonight.
Premier League side Bournemouth face Swansea of the Championship.
Kick-off is at 7.45
Fourth-placed Leeds United moved to within 9 points of Championship leaders Leicester City last night.
Patrick Bamford’s third league goal of the season was enough for a 1-nil win at home to Norwich City.
It’s women’s semi-finals day in tennis at the Australian Open.
Last year’s winner Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus plays American teenager Coco Gauff in a repeat of the 2023 US Open final which Gauff won.
Then Qinwen Zheng of China meets Dayana Yastremskaof Ukraine.