The annual Kildare GAA County Board convention takes place tonight in the Osprey Hotel, Naas
The World Cup quarter final line up is now complete and Portugal will face Morocco in the last eight in Qatar.
21 year old Benfica striker Goncalo Ramos scored a hat trick on his first international start as Portugal thumped Switzerland 6-1 last night.
Cristiano Ronaldo spent most of the match on the bench.
Morocco beat Spain 3-0 on penalties following a scoreless draw after extra time.
Morocco are into a quarter final for the first time in their history.
Meanwhile, France star Kylian Mbappe didn't train yesterday as he nurses an ankle complaint.
However he is expected to be fit for the quarter final against England on Saturday night.
Achraf Hakimi celebrating with his mother after Morocco's win against Belgium is everything ❤️🇲🇦 pic.twitter.com/GgAaM0nXl6— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) November 27, 2022
Elsewhere, Republic of Ireland captain Katie McCabe is likely to feature for Arsenal in their Champions League match with Juventus tonight.
That match kicks off at the Emirates Stadium at 8pm.
In the same group, defending champions Lyon play Zurich from 5.45.
The Arsenal men's team are set to be without Gabriel Jesus for up to two months once the season resumes as he recovers from knee surgery.
The Brazilian scored five goals and provided six assists for the Gunners in the Premier League before the World Cup break.
The annual GAA County Board convention takes place tonight in the Osprey Hotel, Naas.
All the outgoing officers will be returned unopposed.
Treasurer Alan Dunny will report a surplus of €1.1 million for the year.
€650,000 of that will be transferred to the St. Conleth’s Park Development Fund, which will now stand at €1.65 million.
A total of €819,000 has been spent on the project so far, but no redevelopment work has begun.
Team preparation expenses were €839,000, while payroll costs were €93,000.
The All Ireland club hurling championship semi finals will clash with the World Cup final on Sunday week.
St Thomas' are to play Dunloy at 1.30, with Ballygunner up against Ballyhale Shamrocks from 3.30.
The World Cup final kicks off at 3pm, Irish time.
Steve Borthwick is expected to be in charge of England for the Six Nations Championship.
The Rugby Football Union sacked Eddie Jones yesterday, bringing the Australian's seven year tenure to a close.
Borthwick is a former England forwards coach who guided Leicester to the Premiership last season.
There's a meeting on the all weather at Dundalk today from 1.30.