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Kildare play Meath in the Minor Football Championship tonight

GAELIC GAMES

In the Electric Ireland Leinster minor football championship semi finals this evening,

Kildare play Meath at the Hawkfield in Newbridge from 7.30.

Offaly host Dublin in Tullamore from 7.

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Tipperary hurling manager Liam Cahill is set for a one month ban after his sending off in Sunday's Munster championship match against Limerick.

The Premier boss received a red card for alleged comments he made to linesman James Owens.

The central competitions control committee of the GAA have recommended the suspension - which would rule Cahill out of any involvement with Tipperary for Sunday's round robin finale against Waterford and a potential Munster final meeting with Clare should Tipperary win this weekend.

Cahill can seek a hearing, but if the ban is upheld, he can't have anything to do with managing the team either before a game or on the day.

 

SOCCER

The Republic of Ireland under 17's are into the quarter finals of the European Championship.

They beat the hosts Hungary 4-2 yesterday with a brace of goals by St Pat's players Luke Kehir and Mason Melia.

The young Boys in Green are likely to face Spain now on Saturday.

Ireland manager O'Brien is delighted that his players have rallied from an opening defeat to Poland.

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In the Premier League this evening, champions Manchester City go to Brighton.

Kick off at the Am-Ex Stadium is at 8pm.

18 year old Evan Ferguson has scored six Premier League goals this season and is set to lead the line again for Brighton this evening.


Scottish Premiership champions Celtic are away to Hibernian.

 

CYCLING

Eddie Dunbar is fifth on general classification going into today's 17th stage of the Giro D'Italia.

Another Irishman, Ben Healy, is in the king of the mountains jersey.

Geraint Thomas wears the race leader's pink jersey.



RUGBY

Ireland legend Brian O'Driscoll feels all of the key players must be fit for the national team to have a chance of winning the World Cup.

None of Johnny Sexton, James Ryan or Tadhg Furlong were on the pitch at the end of the game as Leinster lost to La Rochelle in the Champions Cup final last weekend.


 


 

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