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Champions League Group Stage Resumes This evening


Leinster GAA has confirmed the fixtures for Naas, Allenwood and Milltown's respective provincial championship games.

Naas will play St Loman's of Westmeath in Cusack Park, Mullingar on Sunday the 19th of November at 1.30pm.

On Saturday, the 18th of November, Allenwood will play Ballylinan in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise at 1.30pm.

At the same time, on the same day, Milltown will play Kilbeggan Shamrocks in Rochfortbridge.

Kfm will have live coverage of all games.

Celbridge are the U23 A Hurling champions, following a one point win over Maynooth last night.

The full time score was Celbridge 2-11 Maynooth 2-10. 

The Tullamore player who pushed referee Barry Tiernan to the ground following a Leinster club football match is facing a 96 week suspension.

The player was a non playing member of the Offaly club's panel during the defeat to Summerhill.

A Tullamore official is also facing a 48 week ban.



The Champions League group stage resumes tonight.

Striker Erling Haaland has an ankle injury and may not be risked for Manchester City's Group G encounter against Young Boys at the Etihad Stadium.

City will qualify with two games to spare if they win and kick off is at 8pm.

The other match in that Group is between Red Star Belgrade and RB Leipzig.

Celtic bid for their first win in Group E away to Atletico Madrid from 8pm.

At the same time in that Group, Lazio face Feyenoord.

In Group F, Newcastle United will aim to avenge their recent defeat to Borussia Dortmund when the sides meet in Germany.

That game has a 5.45 start - with AC Milan and Paris Saint Germain  to contest the other tie in that Group.

In Group H, Hamburg is the venue for the fixture involving Shakhtar Donetsk and Barcelona, with FC Porto up against Royal Antwerp in the other tie.
In the Championship this evening, second placed Ipswich Town are away to Rotherham United.


The Willie Mullins trained 'Vauban' failed to live up to the favourites tag as he trailed home in 14th place in the Melbourne Cup.

The race was won at Flemington by 7 to 1 chance 'Without A Fight'.

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