A new-look league format for the Carlow football leagues springs into action this tonight. While the inter-county season moves into round 4 of the Allianz Football League with Carlow away to Leitrim on Sunday, club players will have the first chance to step out in competitive action with five games across the county tonight. See also: New look Carlow football leagues get underway this FridaySETU Carlow came away from their Division 2 Fresher Hurling round three clashes with a two-point victory. While Closer to home there’s one game in the White’s Pharmacy Division in Carlow. Shane Lowry is 2 under par following his opening round at the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour in Florida.
GAAIn Leinster’s O’Byrne Cup, Colm O’Rourke made a winning start in charge of Meath, with a 16-point to 1-9 win over Carlow at Netwatch Cullen Park. Meath visited NCP under Colm O'Rourke and emerged winners after a very shaky start… Carlow showing promise… but early days! Carlow senior hurlers are in action this evening when they travel to play Kildare in the opening round of The Keogh Cup. SoccerHarry Kane’s first goals of the year coincided with Tottenham’s return to winning ways in the Premier League last night. Nottingham Forest are two points clear of the relegation zone this morning following their 1-nil win at bottom side Southampton.2 months ago Scoreline.ie
Beginning with Gaelic Games and eight-time All-Ireland winner Aidan Fogarty has been telling KCLR that it was the fundamentals that let Kilkenny down in Sunday’s hurling league defeat to Tipperary. Speaking to Martin Quilty on last evening’s Full Time, Fogarty says for some of Kilkenny’s play, it’s a work in progress. Describing the discovery as potentially fatal, Allaho will set out the remainder of the current season and hopefully returns to action next season. It’s a midweek competition in April all as part of the prepartions for the FIBA Under 18 European Championships. Spurs meet AC Milan later while the tie of the round sees PSG take on Bayern in Paris.1 month ago Scoreline.ie
Wolves 0Manchester United 1Manchester United substitute Marcus Rashford’s introduction at half-time proved crucial as the English international scored the winning goal at Molineaux to move Erik Ten Hag’s side into the top four of the Premier League. The best of the chances in the first half fell to United as they looked to secure a third consecutive Premier League victory. A deflected Fernandes shot fell to Antony but his effort was smothered by Sa. Despite remaining solid for the manority of the hard-fought encounter, Wolves failed to threaten United until late on with a long-distance Neves free-kick that was on target the most noteable of their opportunities. That save, alsongside Rashford’s game-defining moment saw United climb up to fourth while Wolves remain in the relegation zone as both clubs look forward to 2023.2 months ago Scoreline.ie
It followed the club’s 3-nil defeat away to Fulham that left them hovering above the Premier League relegation zone. And Leeds boss Jesse Marsch is under pressure this morning after they went down 2-nil away to Leicester. BOXINGAn incredible seven Irish boxers are looking to upgrade their bronze medals at the European Elite Women’s Championships in Montenegro today. The first into semi-final action is Westport’s Shannon Sweeney who faces Bulgaria’s Sevda Asenova in the 48-kg division. GOLFAll three Irish golfers are well-placed going into day two of the CJ Cup on the PGA Tour in South Carolina.5 months ago Scoreline.ie