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Thursday Lunch: The Republic of Ireland's Women's World Cup Playoff Opponents To Be Confirmed Tonight

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Mayo All Star Diane O' Hora is to be ratified by the County Board as the new Kildare Intermediate Ladies Manager.

Diane O' Hora is to be ratified by the County Board as the new Kildare Intermediate Ladies Manager.

O’Hora is a native of Ballina, Co. Mayo and was a selector with the Kildare Ladies team last year.

Four times an All-Ireland winner with her native county, O’Hora has significant experience in the game.

She previously managed Down and Meath, and coached Longford in addition to involvement with Meath and Dublin club teams. 

The two-time All-Star was in charge of Roscommon in 2021 before stepping down days before they played a relegation play-off following a player heave against her.

In a statement Kildare LGFA said O’Hora’s experience as a player, coach and manager, along with her backroom team will bring a wealth of experience to the county team.


The Republic of Ireland's Women's World Cup playoff opponents will be confirmed tonight.

Scotland take on Austria in the first round, with the winner set to host Vera Pauw's side next Tuesday.

Kick off in Glasgow is at 25-to-8.

Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley believes his side can still qualify for the knockout stage of the Conference League.

The Hoops go into tonight's game away to Molde without a win in Group F.

Kick off is at 5.45.

At the same time in Group B, Anderlecht host West Ham.

In Group A from 8, it's Hearts versus Fiorentina at Tynecastle.


After their loss to Manchester City at the weekend, Manchester United will look to bounce back tonight.

Erik ten Hag's side are in Cyprus for a Group E meeting with Neil Lennon's Omonia Nicosia from 5.45.

There's an 8 o'clock start for Arsenal's clash with Bodo/Glimt at the Emirates.


David Carey, amd Cormac Sharvin are currently out on course at the Spanish Open.

Jonathan Caldwell, Paul Dunne, Niall Kearney and Gavin Moynihan are all tee off later.


On the PGA Tour, Seamus Power is in the field for the Shriners Children’s Open in Las Vegas.

The Waterford golfer tees off just after 3.30, Irish time.


The Mediheal Championship is the latest stop on the LPGA Tour, with Stephanie Meadow among the competitors in California.


There’s a seven-race card at Thurles this afternoon with the first off at 2pm.

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