O'Rourke to Manage Meath; Local GAA Fixtures; England v Sweden Women's Euro Semi Final; Ronaldo in Utd. Talks; Garcia Holds Off on LIV; Aldo McGuinnes 4 In a row at Galway? Stradivarious 5 in a row at Goodwood?
Colm O'Rourke will be ratified as Meath's new senior football manager tonight.
Barry Callaghan and Stephen Bray will form part of O'Rourke's backroom team.
Down's search for a new manager has begun following the departure of James McCartan after one season in charge.
Down were relegated to Division 3 and lost their matches in the
Local GAA Fixtures this evening Tuesday 26th July
Manguard Plus Minor Football League 3A Venue: Robertstown,
Minor Hurling League Division 1 Final Venue: Manguard Plus Hawkfield Pitch 1, Maynooth V Naas 20:00
Minor Hurling League Division 3 Semi Finals
Venue: Moorefield, Moorefield V Kilcock 19:00
Venue: Cappagh, Cappagh V St. Laurence's 19:30
They exited the World Cups in 2015 and 2019 and the previous European Championships at the last four stage.
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to hold talks with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag today to discuss his future at the club.
Ten Hag has said Ronaldo is not for sale and remains in his plans for the season.
Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley says they'll need an early goal if they're to stage a comeback against Ludogorets in the Champions League qualifiers tonight.
The Bulgarian champions take a 3-nil lead to Tallaght Stadium from last week's first leg.
Rovers are set to be without injured midfielder Jack Byrne while Roberto Lopes is a doubt for the 8pm kick-off.
Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia has held off quitting the DP World Tour so he can potentially remain eligible for next year's Ryder Cup.
He announced his intention to resign from the European circuit after joining the breakaway LIV series.
But Garcia says he'll wait to see what qualification rules are in place for the Ryder Cup.
Trainer Ado McGuinness is hopeful of making it four-in-a-row in the Colm Quinn BMW Mile, the feature race on Day two of the Galway Race.
He saddles seven of the 18 runners in this evening’s renewal..
The Henry de Bromhead-trained Mosala is likely to go off as favourite.
Racing begins at 5.10pm.
Stradivarius hopes to make history on the opening day of racing's Glorious Goodwood this afternoon.
The eight-year-old goes for an unprecedented fifth Goodwood Cup victory with jockey Andrea Atzeni replacing Frankie Dettori.