The Republic of Ireland continue their World Cup Qualifier campaign in Azerbaijan
Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny says his side need to start turning draws into wins - starting this evening.
They’re in Baku to face Azerbaijan in their latest World Cup qualifier.
Kenny will make a late call on the fitness of both Adam Idah and Jason Knight, both of whom had a fever earlier in the week.
Kick-off at the Olympic Stadium is at 5pm, Irish time.
Elsewhere in Group A this evening, Luxembourg play host to Serbia from 7.45.
Under-21 manager Jim Crawford says he’s still unsure what players he’ll be able to take to Montenegro.
His side beat Luxembourg 2-nil in Tallaght yesterday evening to preserve their unbeaten start to Euro qualifying.
But Montenegro is on the UK and Germany’s ‘red’ travel list, impacting what players Crawford can select.
Sean Murray’s fourth goal in six appearances stalled Shamrock Rovers’ procession to the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title.
His was the only goal of the game, as Dundalk beat the Hoops 1-nil at Oriel Park.
It’s semi-finals day in the FAI Women’s Cup.
First up at 2, Shelbourne face Galway.
Then at 4, holders Peamount take on Wexford Youth.
Teenage scrum-half Nathan Doak continued his impressive start to the season for Ulster last night.
He scored a pair of tries in a 28-points to 8 bonus point win at home to Benetton in the United Rugby Championship.
Kildare's Adam Byrne starts a Leinster game for the first time in nearly two-years today.
He’s on the wing for their game with Zebre, which has a 1pm start at the RDS.
Meanwhile, Connacht head coach Andy Friend has made three changes to his side for their meeting with the Dragons.
There’s a 5.15 start at the Sportsground.
Back-to-back rounds of 68 have John Murphy well-placed going into the third round at the Spanish Open.
The Kinsale golfer is 6-under par.
Murphy is seven shots adrift of Wil Besseling, who heads the field on 13-under par.
Ireland’s women will look to take the lead in their one-day series with Zimbabwe today.
The series is tied ahead of today’s third match in Harare, with play getting underway at 8.30 this morning.
An eight-race card at Fairyhouse gets underway at 1.20 this afternoon.
And there’s a seven-race programme at Limerick where the first goes to post at 1.05.