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Naas and Celbridge to contest senior football final

Allenwood will play Castledermot in the Intermediate final

Joe Mallon Motors Senior Football Semi-Finals

Celbridge 2-16 Athy 0-17

Naas 1-8 Clane 0-9 

Naas are going for three titles in a row.

The Auld Shebeen Athy Intermediate Football Semi-Finals

Allenwood 1-15 Monasterevan 0-6

Castledermot 3-12 Two Mile House 1-11

Both senior and intermediate football finals will be played on October 22nd in Netwatch Cullen Park

Tom Cross Junior Football Final

Milltown 1-17 Robertstown 1-6 

UPMC Intermediate Hurling Final Replay

Naas 0-21 Maynooth 1-17

 

RUGBY

Ireland second row James Ryan is set to see a specialist today with regard to his hand injury.

Team manager Mick Kearney says there's 'more optimism' surrounding Ryan's recovery.

Mack Hansen and James Lowe are both said to be making progress with their respective injury issues, following on from Saturday's World Cup win over Scotland.

No one has been called into the squad and no player has been ruled out of Saturday's quarter-final meeting with New Zealand.



France captain Antoine Dupont has been cleared to return to training after fracturing his cheek bone.

The scrum-half could feature for the World Cup hosts in their quarter-final against South Africa on Sunday.

Dupont suffered the injury in France's win over Namibia on the 21st of September and has since undergone surgery.

SOCCER

The Republic of Ireland squad will gather together today ahead of their Euro qualifiers later this week.

Stephen Kenny's side play Greece in Dublin on Friday before travelling to face Gibraltar in Faro three days later.

Meanwhile, Conor Carty and Ollie O'Neill have been called into Jim Crawford's under-21 squad ahead of their clash with Latvia on Friday.


Former Republic of Ireland assistant manager John Eustace has been sacked as Birmingham City head coach.

He departs with the club sixth in the Championship table, with five wins from their first 11 league matches.

Former Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney - who left MLS side DC United over the weekend - is expected to be appointed as the new boss.

Birmingham are understood to have already made an approach to the former England international.


Saudi Arabia has formally submitted its intention to bid for the 2034 World Cup.

The kingdom's football federation has sent a letter to FIFA, after announcing last week it'll enter the running.

The tournament will be awarded to a country from the Asia or Oceania confederations.


 

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