According to today's Irish Independent, Tyrone defender Cathal McCarron is on the verge of a club switch to Athy.
The Dromore player tweeted following the his club's Tyrone senior football championship defeat last weekend that he was saying ‘goodbye’ to his home club.
McCarron, a 2011, '13 and '16 All-Star nominee, has previous links with Athy, where he attended Cuan Mhuire. He trained with Athy during his time there. His partner is a native of Athy.
Club chairman Marty McEvoy is quoted in today's report: “The club would be aware that he (McCarron) would hope to move to Athy
Brian Cody will continue as the Kilkenny Senior Hurling manager for a 20th season.
The 11 time All Ireland winning manager and his back room team were ratified for another season by the County Board last night.
Cody has overseen 11 All-Irelands and eight Allianz League titles to date.
In the Manguard Plus Football Championship last night
Minor B Play-Off: Two Mile House 3-16 Kilcullen 2-11
Minor C Semi Final: Raheens 5-7 Newtown Gaels 0-4
Minor D Semi-Final: Milltown 3-11 Grangenolvin 2-2
Reserve D Semi-Final Replay: Celbridge 1-16 Rathcoffey 0-7
Manguard Plus Minor A Football Quarter-Finals
Clane V Maynooth
Celbridge V Naas
Carbury V Moorefield
UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Celtic, after a supporter ran onto the pitch during last night's defeat to Paris Saint Germain.
The Celtic fan aimed a kick at French star Kylian Mbappe before being hauled off and arrested.
Tonight Liverpool play Sevilla; Spurs play Borussia Dortmund; Manchester City play Feyenoord.
The Listowel Festival continues this afternoon, with the first of an eight-race card underway at 2.05. The feature is the Kerry National at 4.05