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Tuesday Morning: LGFA Semi-Finals & Relegation Finals In Senior & Intermediate Championships

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Liverpool & Spurs in Champions League action tonight


This evening's LGFA club Championships semi-finals:


Confey v Sarsfields 6.30pm 

Eadestown v Maynooth 6.30pm



Suncroft v Naas 6.30pm 

Balyna v Kilcullen 6.30pm


Junior A 

Raheens v Celbridge 8.15pm

Na Fianna v Kildangan Nurney 8.15pm


Junior B 

Athy v Milltown 7.30pm

Ballymore v Two Mile House 6.30pm


Junior C

Maynooth(2) v St Laurences(2) 6.30pm

Sarsfields(2) v Rathcoffey 7.30pm


This evening's relegation finals in the Ladies Senior & Intermediate Championships:

First named at home,

Senior relegation

Kilcock v Leixlip - throw-in at 8pm

Intermediate relegation 

Carbury v Cappagh at 7.30pm


Willie Maher is the new manager of the Laois senior hurlers.

The Tipperary native succeeds Cheddar Plunkett in the O'Moore County.


The Champions League resumes tonight, with Liverpool at home to Ajax in Group A.

Kick off at Anfield is at 8pm.

Andy Robertson has a knee injury and will miss the match and he's also out of Scotland's Nations League game against the Republic of Ireland on Saturday week.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp described the 4-1 defeat to Napoli last week as a "horror show".

Reds defender Joel Matip says the players need to stand up and be counted.

There's a 5.45pm kick off in Portugal for the Group D match, Sporting V Tottenham Hotspur.

Lucas Moura is the only injury doubt for Spurs.

Both clubs won their opening matches.

The other game in that group sees Marseille play Frankfurt.

In Group C, Robert Lewandowski returns to Munich as his Barcelona side visit Bayern.

The other fixture in that group is between Viktoria Plzen and Inter Milan.

In Group B, Bayer Leverkusen meet Atletico Madrid and it's Porto up against Club Brugge.


Seven Premier League games will take place this weekend in advance of Monday's funeral of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.

But the matches involving Chelsea and Liverpool, Manchester United and Leeds United and Brighton and Crystal Palace are off due to police redeployments.


Here at home, Derry City face Sligo Rovers in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division at the Ryan McBride Brandywell - kick-off at 7.45pm.


There's a meeting today at Punchestown, with the first off there at 1.25pm.

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