Donegal & Armagh can book Division One semi-final places in the Allianz Football League this evening.
Shamrock Rovers’ 33-match unbeaten streak in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division bit the dust last night.
Stephen Bradley’s league leaders were beaten 2-1 away to Dundalk.
Sligo are second courtesy of a 2-nil win at home to Longford.
A superb Dane Massey free deep into injury time handed Drogheda a 1-nil win away to Finn Harps.
St. Pat’s were 2-1 winners at home to Bohemians.
And Waterford stay bottom after their 1-nil defeat to Derry.
Women’s National League leaders Peamount are away to DLR Waves this evening.
Elsewhere, Cork City entertain Treaty United, Galway play Athlone, and Bohemians face Shelbourne.
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We’ll know the line-up of this evening’s Championship playoff final by tonight.
First up, Bournemouth take a 1-nil lead over Brentford into their second leg in West London.
Swansea also have a 1-nil advantage ahead of Barnsley’s visit to the Liberty Stadium.
Donegal and Armagh can book Division One semi-final places in the Allianz Football League this evening.
Monaghan provide the opposition for Declan Bonner’s Donegal at MacCumhaill Park from 5.
While there’s a 7pm start at the Athletic Grounds where Armagh entertain Tyrone.
Tabharfaidh @Kerry_Official agus @DubGAAOfficial aghaidh ar a chéile i nDurlas Éile Dé Domhnaigh seo chugainn. Seo cuimhní Iarchaptaen Chiarraí, Dara Ó Cinnéide, ar an uair dheireanach a d'imir na foirne in aghaidh a chéile i Staid Semple #GAA @AnGhaeltacht— The GAA (@officialgaa) May 21, 2021
Mayo are unchanged for their Division Two South trip to Westmeath.
While in Division Two South, Laois welcome Cork to Portlaoise.
The top two meet in Division Three North, with Derry facing Fermanagh.
Elsewhere, Cavan play Longford
Offaly meet Limerick in Division Three South, and Munster champions Tipperary play Wicklow.
Wexford enter the fray in Division Four South by playing Waterford.
Joe Canning is slated to line out in midfield for Galway’s meeting with Tipperary in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League.
There’s a 1.30 start in Thurles.
In Division 1B, this year’s surprise package Antrim take on Dublin at Parnell Park from 5.
There are also a pair of games in Division 3A with Longford playing Tyrone, and Sligo up against Armagh.
There are three games today in Division One of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.
In Group 1, Clare play Limerick.
Tipperary face Waterford in Group 2
And in Group 3, Dublin take on Offaly.
Ronan O’Gara has the chance to make an impressive addition to his coaching C-V this evening.
His La Rochelle side take on Toulouse in the final of the Heineken Champions Cup.
It’s a competition La Rochelle have never won, while today’s opponents are looking to win it for a record fifth time.
Ten-thousand fans will be allowed inside Twickenham for the match, and kick-off is at quarter-to-5.
It's game day at Twickenham! 🤩— Heineken Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) May 22, 2021
The stage is set for an EPIC #HeinekenChampionsCup final between final debutants @staderochelais and four-time winners @StadeToulousain 🙌
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Whatever happens today, there will have been a French clean sweep of European competitions.
Montpellier secured the Challenge Cup last night with an 18-points to 17 win over Leicester.