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.
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.
Seán O’Brien has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.
The Lions flanker had been named among the substitutes
.Kildare players Joey Carbery, Adam Byrne and James Treacy are named in the starting 15.
Munster play Ospreys 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.
Jose Mourinho says Paul Pogba will play on Sunday for the first time since the death of his father.
The France midfielder's missed United's last two games and hasn't trained during that time.
Mourinho says Pogba wants to be ready for the Europa League final next week, so will face Crystal Palace at the weekend.
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.
Dartmouth has won the Group 2 Betway Yorkshire Cup on the final day of the Dante Festival at York.
Jockey Ryan Moore was wearing the silks of the Queen as the Michael Stoute-trained 11-to-4 favourite edged out High Jinx and St Leger winner Simple Verse for victory.
The five year old scrambled home down the stand rails to beat game former Leger winner Simple Verse by a neck with High Jinks a similar distance away third.
And Moore will be in action at Naas on Sunday, when the Group 1 winner Caravaggio will put his unbeaten record on the line when making his seasonal debut in the EMS Copiers Lacken Stakes.
Aidan O’Brien’s four-time winning colt will face eight rivals in the feature race on Royal Ascot Trial’s Day, with Moore aboard.
Among those in opposition are the Ger Lyons-trained Psychedelic Funk and Jessica Harrington’s recent Navan winner Khukri.
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.