Limericks All Ireland’s victory over Kilkenny still dominates the discussion around the GAA this week.
The second-half display of the Shannonsiders left many in awe, with John Kiely’s side scoring 21 points
Speaking on the GAA hour podcast Waterford boss Davy Fitzgerald outlined how Limerick utilized Cameras near the press box to change their tactics.
There are two games in Carlows JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior Hurling Championship
Naomh Eoin plays Kildavin/Clonegal while Naomh Bríd welcomes Burren Rangers
In Kilkenny’s Junior hurling league, Rower Inistioge takes on Shamrocks Ballyhale
Liam McHale has parted ways with the Mayo Senior Football management team after one year with the set-up.
McHale is a brother-in-law of Mayo manager Kevin McStay and the two won an All-Ireland club title with St Brigid’s in 2013 before a Connacht title with Roscommon in 2017.
This year Mayo won Division One of the Allianz National Football League and reached the All-Ireland quarter-final.
Republic of Ireland captain Katie McCabe says they want to end their first ever Women’s World Cup campaign on a high in next week’s final group game against Nigeria.
She said she was “heartbroken” after their 2-1 defeat to Canada in Perth, which ended hopes of progress to the last-16.
McCabe’s determined to prove their maiden tournament won’t be a one-off.
The second game of the day gets underway at the Women’s World Cup shortly.
Portugal and Vietnam meet in Group E from half-eight – with the loser set to be knockout out of the tournament.
Earlier in the same group, the United States and the Netherlands played out a 1-all draw.
At 11am, co-hosts Australia take on Nigeria in Group B.
Australia will seal a place in the knockout stage with victory.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has said goodbye to the club ahead of an impending move to Al-Ettifaq.
He’s posted on Instagram being made skipper at Anfield was one of the “greatest honours of my life” and he’ll “always be a Red”.
Henderson had been urged not to join the Saudi Arabian team by Liverpool’s LGBTQ-plus supporters’ group.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe is not interested in meeting Al Hilal after £257m world-record bid
Former Arsenal and Man Utd forward Alexis Sanchez could make a shock free transfer back to the Premier League, with reports claiming that the Chilean is ready to accept a stunning return offer from Nottingham Forest (The Sun)
Manchester United have made a verbal bid worth a total of £51.4m for Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund (Daily Mail)
Manchester City have told Bernardo Silva they do not intend to sell him this summer (MEN)
Arsenal are set to close a deal on Gremio’s Brazilian midfielder Bitello for a discounted price of £6.8m this week (The Sun)
Gowran Athletic clubs shot-putter Andrew Cooper came 12th at the European Youth Olympic Fetsival in Slovenia this week.
Andrews threw a personal best 17.20m, which places him at 35 in the world, and the highest ranking Irish person
Earlier in the week Carlows Leila Colfer reprsented Ireland in the 100m track event, finishing fifth.