Irish Champions Weekend continues today with an eight race card at The Curragh from 1.45pm.
Emma Raducanu made history last night - becoming the first qualifier to win a major title in the Open era with victory in the US Open.
The 18-year-old beat Canadian Leylah Fernandez in straight sets 6-4, 6-3 at Flushing Meadows.
Raducanu, who was playing in just her second ever major, didn't drop a single set in the entire competition.
The 44-year wait is over!— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) September 12, 2021
Emma Raducanu, what an incredible achievement! 🏆
Camogie takes centre stage this afternoon with a triple header of All-Ireland finals at Croke Park.
2019 champions Galway take on Cork in the senior decider from a-quarter-past-4.
Linda Collins, who was the hero sub for the Rebels in their semi-final win over Kilkenny, has been named as full-forward in their starting 15.
The Tribeswomen are unchanged from their victory over Tipperary a fortnight ago.
Before that, Armagh take on Wexford at 12 midday in the Premier Junior Championship final
While at 2-o'clock Antrim and Kilkenny contest the Intermediate final.
There's just one game in the Premier League today.
Leeds welcome Liverpool to Elland Road with Daniel James expected to make his debut for the home side.
A win here for the Reds would see them go level on points with Manchester United and Chelsea at the top of the table.
Kick-off is at half-past-4.
Here at home Treaty United host Wexford Youths in the Women's National League.
While Galway are away to DLR Waves with both games kicking off at 2-o'clock.
Irish Champions Weekend continues today with an eight race card at The Curragh from a-quarter-to-2.
The Joseph O'Brien trained 'Twilight Payment' is expected to go off the favourite in today's feature - the Irish St. Leger.
He'll face opposition from the Johnny Murtagh trained 'Sonnyboyliston' who won the Ebor Handicap at York on his most recent outing.
🌱 𝐆𝐎𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐑𝐄𝐏𝐎𝐑𝐓 🌱— The Curragh Racecourse (@curraghrace) September 12, 2021
Following 3mm of rain and selective watering, the ground remains good (Straight) & good, good to firm in places (Round) for racing today. Mainly dry with possibility of some light showers#LICW21 pic.twitter.com/TkHmNqHhKJ
Red Bull's Max Verstappen will start from pole position in this afternoon's Italian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas will begin from the back of the grid due to an engine change penalty in qualifying.
His Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton will go from fourth, behind Lando Norris while McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo will start second.