Sun 02 Aug
Joe Mallon Renault Senior Football Championship in Newbridge GER McNALLY with live updates
Group C Venue: Newbridge, St. Laurence's V Eadestown, 12:00
Group A Venue: Newbridge, Clane V Monasterevan, 15:00
Group C Venue: Newbridge, Sarsfields V Johnstownbridge, 18:00
Tom Cross Junior Football Championship (score updates)
Group B Robertstown V Kill, 12:00
Group B Castlemitchell V Grangenolvin, 14:00
Group A Rathcoffey V Athgarvan 15:00
Pittman Traffic Intermediate Football Championship
Group C Venue: Manguard Plus Hawkfield Pitch 1, Leixlip V St Kevin's, 18:00 TARA BYRNE with live updates
Senior Camogie Championship (first named at home)
Maynooth v Johnstownbridge 1 @ 3.30pm
Intermediate Championship @ 6pm (first named at home)
Rathcoffey/Straffan v Athy
Moorefield v Naas 2
Eddie Howe has left his role as Bournemouth manager by mutual consent.
His departure follows the club's relegation after five years in the Premier League.
Howe was in charge of more than 450 games during two spells at Bournemouth, where he also played more than 300 times as player.
Shamrock Rovers have gone 5 points clear of Dundalk at the top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table.
First-half goals from Jack Byrne, Dylann Watts and Aaron McEneff saw Stephen Bradley's side beat Finn Harps 3-1 at Tallaght Stadium this evening.
Waterford beat Shelbourne 1-nil at Tolka Park in John Sheridan's first game in charge.
The resumed SSE Airtricity League continues this evening.
In the Premier Divison, bottom side Cork City host Bohemians from 5-o'clock at Turners Cross.
Third place Bohs can cut the gap between them and Dundalk to just one point with a win.
Shamrock Rovers are 5 points clear at the top of the table after a 3-1 win over Finn Harps last evening.
At 3-o'clock Shamrock Rovers II welcome Drogheda United to Tallaght Stadium in the First Division.
Celtic get their new season underway in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.
Neil Lennon's side host Hamilton at half-past-4.
The Bhoys are attempting to win a record breaking 10th consecutive title this season.
Shane Lowry will tee off best of the Irish on the final day of the St. Jude Invitational in Memphis.
The Offaly native shot a 3-under-par round of 67 yesterday which leaves him 6-under all round.
Graeme McDowell meanwhile carded a level-par round of 70 to leave him on 2-under.
Four bogeys saw Rory McIlroy shoot a disappointing 3-over-par round of 73 to leave him 2-over for the tournament.
Lewis Hamilton is on course for a seventh win at the British F1 Grand Prix.
The world champion qualified fastest and will be on pole position for tomorrow's race at Silverstone.
Hamilton's Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas will once again share the front row of the grid.
The final day of the 2020 Galway Races Summmer Festival takes place today.
The feature race of the day, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF 'Ahonoora' Handicap, goes to post at 4.20pm, while the first of seven races gets underway at 2.45pm.
There's also seven races at Cork from 2 o'clock.