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Wednesday Morning: Manchester United Into The Last Four Of The English League Cup

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In the Leinster Schools Senior Football 'A' Preliminary Knockout Round, Patrician Secondary School Newbridge play St Mels of Longford. 

SOCCER

Manchester United and Newcastle United are into the last four of the English League Cup.

Marcus Rashford came off the bench and scored twice as Man United beat Charlton 3-0 at Old Trafford.

Rashford was on the mark for the sixth game in a row.

Newcastle were 2-0 winners at home to Leicester City.

The semi final line up will be completed tonight.

Southampton host Manchester City at St Mary's from 8pm, with Gavin Bazunu set to feature in goal for the Saints.

It's Nottingham Forest versus Wolves at the City Ground from 7.45.

Leixlip’s Nathan Collins and Joe Hodge could play a part in the tie for Wolves.


GAELIC GAMES

Today, in the Leinster Schools Senior Football 'A' Preliminary Knockout Round, Patrician Secondary School Newbridge play St Mels of Longford. 

Throw in is at 1pm and Kfm will have live updates with Kevin Egan.

Yesterday, in the same competition Scoil Mhuire Clane lost out to Moate Community School.

The full time score was Moate Community College 5-15 Scoil Mhuire Clane 2-6. 

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Kildare's scheduled O'Byrne Cup game has been called off, as the Lilywhites claim they are unable to field a team. 

The game was due to be played in Kinnegad this evening.

Glenn Ryan's side couldn't qualify for the semi-finals of the O'Byrne Cup anyway, and neither could Westmeath, therefore it would've been a dead rubber.

Louth are already into the semi finals of the O'Byrne Cup and they will learn their opponents this evening, once Dublin and Offaly complete their encounter at Parnell Park.

The winners of the Meath - Longford game in Ashbourne will qualify for the final.

And the other game is a dead rubber between Laois and Carlow in Stradbally.

All of the matches throw in at 8.

SNOOKER

Mark Williams is into the quarter finals of the Masters in London.

Williams was a 6 frames to 2 winner over David Gilbert and will now face Ronnie O'Sullivan.

In the first round today, Judd Trump takes on Ryan Day in the afternoon session, with Kyren Wilson and Stuart Bingham to do battle this evening.
 

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