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Tuesday Morning: Decision Expected On The Outcome Of The All-Ireland Club Football Final Today

West Ham will play Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup.


A decision from the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee on the All-Ireland club football final is expected today.

Representatives from Kilmacud Crokes and Glen both appeared before a meeting last night.

Crokes won the match by two points on the weekend before last - but had 16 players on the field towards the end of the match.

A replay could be ordered by the CCCC.


Waterford hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald will be without three-time All-Star nominee Pauric Mahony this season.

The Ballygunner man has announced his retirement from the inter-county game.

Mahony made his debut in 2011 and won a National League title in 2015.


West Ham will play Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

David Moyes' side were 2-0 winners over Derby last night.

Among the other ties in the last 16 is Manchester City's trip to Bristol City, while Tottenham will be away to either Sheffield United or Wrexham.

Brighton - who knocked out holders Liverpool - head to Stoke.

Birmingham and Blackburn meet tonight in their fourth round replay from 7.45.


A place in the Carabao Cup final is at stake at St James' Park this evening.

Newcastle take a one-nil lead into the second leg of their semi-final tie with Southampton.

Kick-off there is at 8pm.


A British record deal could be in the offing on transfer deadline day.

Chelsea are reported to be close to finalising a 120-million euro move for Benfica's Argentinian midfielder Enzo Fernandez.

Arsenal's pursuit of Brighton's Moises Caicedo continues - but the Gunners are also interested in Jorginho of Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Manchester United have rejected a women's world record bid from Arsenal for England forward Alessia Russo.

The London club reportedly offered more than what Barcelona paid Manchester City for the striker's international team-mate Keira Walsh - which was around €450,000.


Shane Lowry has split with his caddie Brian 'Bo' Martin.

The Irish Independent reports the pair have called time on their working relationship after four-and-a-half years.

Martin was on the bag for Lowry's historic Open Championship success at Royal Portrush in 2019.


There’s a seven-race card at Limerick this afternoon.

The first goes to post at 12.25.

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