Kildare Minor Football Team to Play Laois Named & Donnacha Ryan Transferring to Racing Metro
The Kildare minor football team to play Laois in the Leinster minor quarter final tomorrow in St Conleth’s Park at 3pm has been named.
In Goal, Aaron O’Neill Carbury
Full backs: Daniel Reilly, Clane; Mark Barrett, Ballymore Eustace; Lee Loughnane, Kilcock
Half backs: Adam Cronin, Naas; Niall O’Connor Sarsfields; Darragh Ryan, Sarsfields
Centre Field: James Carey, Carbury; David Kelly, Carbury
Half Forwards: Brian McDonnell, Sarsfields, Niall O’Sullivan, Maynooth; Findlay Nairn, Kilcock
Full Forwards: Shane O’Sullivan, Clane; Jack Cully, Carbury; Darragh Kirwan, Naas.
Louth have named two debutants corner back Kevin Carr and wing back Darren Marks in their team to play Wicklow in Parnell Park on Sunday.
Results from last night’s GAA Club games.
The Court Yard Hotel Leixlip Intermediate Football Championship Replay Kilcock 0-11 Kilcullen 0-06
MD Sports Senior Football League Division 3 Ballymore Eustace 2-14 Eadestown 1-15
Reserve Football League Div. 2 Rathangan 1-17 Carbury 0-08
Senior Hurling League Div 2 Ardclough 3-16 St. Laurences 0-15
Munster Rugby has confirmed the departure of Donnacha Ryan to Top 14 Racing Metro.
The Tipperary native, who has won 47 caps for Ireland, was not offered a renewal of his IRFU contract.
Francis Saili is also leaving; but, Ian Keatley and Jaco Tauite have signed new deals.
In the Pro 12 semi final this evening at 7.45, Leinster host Scarletts at the RDS.
Kildare players Joey Carbery, Adam Byrne and James Treacy are named in the starting 15.
Munster play Ospreys in the other semi final tomorrow at 6.15.
Connor Murray starts. Simon Zebo is at full back.
Donnacha Ryan has been named in the second row for his last game at Thomond Park.
Arsene Wenger says his future will be finalised after next week's FA Cup final.
The 67-year-old has just two matches remaining before his current contract expires after 21 years in the job.
Arsenal go into the final round of league fixtures on Sunday, in fifth, needing to beat Everton at home and hope either Liverpool or Manchester City slip up to allow them to take the Champions League spot.
After that, Wenger will prepare for a third FA Cup final in five years when they play Chelsea at Wembley on May tomorrow week.
In the SSE Airtricity league Premier division this evening:
Leaders Cork City host Drogheda, Dundalk go to Limerick, Bray host Bohemians, Derry play Shamrock Rovers, Galway host Finn Harps and St Pats are home to Sligo.
Michael Hoey leads by 1 on 13 under after a 68 on day 2 of the Rocco Forte Open in Italy.
Gary Hurley is 8 under.
Today’s racing is in Cork from 4.45 and Downpatrick from 5.05.
Reminder to join Ger McNally this evening for the Weekend Sports Preview from 6.25.