Naas complete preparations Leinster Club senior hurling semi final
The Naas hurlers are completing preparations for tomorrow’s Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championships Semi Final.
They play All Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks at Croke Park at 1.15pm.
Kfm will have full commentary with Ger McNally and former Kildare goalkeeper, current selector Paul Dermody.
Maynooth Junior Camogie team are also in Leinster action tomorrow
They play Wicklow’s Knockananna in the Leinster Junior final at 12 noon in Clane GAA
It could be a pivotal evening for Lionel Messi and Argentina’s World Cup hopes tonight.
Having surprisingly lost their opening Group C game to Saudi Arabia, Lionel Scaloni’s charges face Mexico in Lusail from 7.00pm.
Poland beat Saudi Arabia 2-0.
Australia have beaten Tunisia 1-nil in today's first match.
Defending champions France will hope to make it two-wins from two as they face Denmark.
The results from Friday's Leinster Senior League fixtures.
Newbridge Town 0 Usher Celtic 3
Maynooth University Town 1 St. Mochta’s 3
Major Division: Ballyoulster (Celbridge) 3 Mid Sutton Sportslink 3
Leinster, Munster and Connacht welcome back their international contingents for today’s United Rugby championship action.
Naas’ Jamie Osborne will start only his second game at full back for Leinster when play Glasgow Warriors at the RDS at 3.15pm.
Athy’s Joey Carbery has overcome a head injury to start at out-half, in Munster’s inter-provincial against Connacht at Thomond Park at 7.35pm
Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne makes his 50th Munster appearance.
Athy’s Jeremy Loughman is named on the bench.
Suncroft’s Cian Prendergast lines out in the Connacht pack.
There are also two November internationals today
Wales v Australia at 3.15pm and England v South Africa at 5.30pm.
The ENERGIA AIL resumes today at 2.30pm.
In Division 1B, Naas are away to Banbridge, while Division in 2A, MU Barnhall are at home to Navan
Leona Maguire goes into the penultimate round of the Open de Espana just two shots off the lead.
The Cavan golfer tees off from 9-under par today.
Spanish amateur Cayetana Fernandez leads on 11-under.
There’s a seven-race card at Gowran Park this afternoon, with the first off at 1 o’clock.