Kildare vs Westmeath in Leinster Semi Final, 2pm.
The line-up for the
Kildare and Westmeath meet at
Kfm will have commentary of the match with Ger McNally, Peter McConnon and Johnny Doyle, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown
Sportsbeat with Paul Power begins at the earlier time of 1.30pm
John Kiely's side are going for three in a row. Tipp last won it in 2016.
Throw-in at Pairc Ui Chaoimh is at 4.15
Kilkenny hurlers are
Last night, they beat a Covid depleted
Kildare hurlers will be back in the Christy Ring Cup again next season.
Yesterday, they lost to Meath by 28 points to 1.15 in
Donegal and Tyrone meet in the second of this year's Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-finals today.
Captain Michael Murphy has been named in the Donegal starting 15.
Throw-in at Brewster Park is at 1.45
Yesterday, Monaghan came in the final minutes to beat
Kerry last won at minor level in 2018 while
The opening weekend of the All-Ireland Camogie Championship continues today.
Defending champion Shane Lowry will tee off best of the Irish on the final day of The Open today.
The Offaly native will be out from 5-under-par just before 1.30pm this afternoon.
He's seven shots off leader Louis Oosthuizen who has a one-stroke lead over the chasing pack.
Rory McIlroy will tee off at Royal St. George's from 1-under-par just after 11am this morning.
Padraig Harrington starts on 3-over at 8.50am.
***Kfm Sportsbeat will have hourly live updates, from Royal St. George’s course, with Nick Dye
Nick's first report is at 1.40pm
There's two games in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this afternoon.
A win for the Bit O' Red would see them go level on points at the top with Shamrock Rovers and St. Pat's.
At the same time, fourth placed Bohemians welcome basement side
Defending champion Tadej Pogachar (Tad-ay Pog-a-char) effectively clinched victory in this year's Tour de France yesterday.
He ended the time trial five minutes 20 seconds clear of the field.
Tradition dictates there is no battle for the yellow jersey on the final day, which is today.
Dan Martin is 41st in General Classification ahead of today's stage into
Max Verstappen will start from pole position in today's British Grand Prix.
The Red Bull driver won yesterday afternoon's 'sprint' race which decided the grid positions, with Lewis Hamilton second.
The first of eight races at The Curragh goes to post at 1.35pm.
There's an eight race card at