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SOCCER

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has complained about the scheduling of today’s Premier League lunchtime kick-off.

They play Everton at Old Trafford, having been in Champions League action at the same venue on Wednesday evening.

After last week’s defeat to Manchester City, Chelsea welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge from 3.

Norwich are still seeking their first points of the season as they go to Burnley.

Leeds entertain Watford, and Wolves take on Newcastle.

While at 5.30, Brighton play Arsenal.

 

Shamrock Rovers remain nine-points clear at the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division this morning.

Danny Mandroiu struck just before half-time as they beat Derry City 2-1 in Tallaght.

Second placed St. Pat’s needed an injury-time Alfie Lewis strike to nick a 1-nil win at Drogheda.

While Finn Harps and Dundalk played out a 2-2 draw in Ballybofey.

This evening sees Bohemians look to end a run of three games without a win as they travel to bottom side Longford.

While Sligo Rovers entertain Waterford.



Two title contenders can turn the heat up on Women’s National League leaders Peamount today.

Shelbourne can move to within a point of the summit with a win at home to DLR Waves from 2.

Second placed Wexford Youths host Galway from 6.30.

Then at 7, Athlone play Cork City.
 

RUGBY

Tom Daly scored a pair of tries as Connacht sealed their first win of the new United Rugby Championship last night.

Andy Friend’s side notched a bonus point in a 34-points to 7 win at home to the Bulls.

19-year old scrum-half Nathan Doak makes his first start for Ulster this afternoon away to Zebre.

While Keith Earls is restored to the Munster starting-fifteen for their game with the Stormers at Thomond Park this evening.



GOLF

Shane Lowry and John Murphy go into the penultimate day of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship just four shots off the lead.

Both play the Old Course at St. Andrew’s today.

Murphy tees off just after 9.30 this morning from 6-under par.

While Lowry goes out just after 11.20am.

Michael Hoey resumes at Carnoustie from 4-under par.

The leader also plays St. Andrew’s this morning, and Tyrell Hatton tees off from 10-under just after 9.20.

RACING

There’s an eight-race card at Gowran Park this afternoon, with the first going to post at 1pm

25-minutes later, a seven-race card gets underway at Killarney.

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