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Friday Lunchtime Sport with Joe Mallon motors, Sallins Road, Naas

Mack Hansen took full part in this morning's captain's run



The weekend’s GAA club focus is on the county hurling finals

Sat 14 Oct

Future Ticketing Minor C Hurling Championship Final

Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 2, Broadford V St. Laurence's 12:00,


Future Ticketing Minor B Hurling Championship Final

Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Cúchulann's V Éire Óg Corra Choill 13:00,


UPMC Senior B Hurling Championship Final updates with Seamus Dillon

Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Leixlip V Naas 15:30,


Sun 15 Oct

Future Ticketing Minor A Hurling Championship Final Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Maynooth V Naas 13:00,


UPMC Senior Hurling Championship Final Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Coill Dubh V Naas 15:30, COMMENTARY with Ger McNally and Seamus Dillon in association with Kelby Developments, Clane


Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny believes his side still have a chance of reaching Euro 2024.

The Boys in Green entertain Greece at the Aviva Stadium tonight in Group B.

With just one win from five matches, Ireland only retain a slim hope of qualification for next summer's tournament.

Kick off is at 7.45. ==

Jim Crawford's under-21s are also in Euro qualifying action today.

Having won their first two matches in the group, they're away to Latvia from 1pm.


Mack Hansen took a full part in Ireland's captain's run in Paris this morning.

The Connacht winger was wearing heavy strapping on his calf, having sustained a minor injury last week against Scotland.

Hansen is named to start tomorrow's World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand.

Meanwhile, France captain Antoine Dupont returns to their team for the last eight tie with South Africa on Sunday.

The scrum-half returns three weeks after sustaining a broken cheekbone against Namibia.

The Ireland women's team begin their inaugural W-X-V campaign today.

Scott Bemand's side meet Kazakhstan in Dubai from half four.

They'll also play Colombia and Spain over the next two weeks.


Aaron Hill is out of the Wuhan Open.

The Cork native fell to a five frames to four defeat to Wu Yize (pr: Yiz-eh) in the quarter-finals.

Mark Allen goes up against Ali Carter inside the next hour.


Dundalk's all-weather track hosts its usual Friday meeting, with an eight-race card underway at 4.40.

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