At the European Athletics Championships last night, Thomas Barr smashed his seasonal best time to win a bronze medal in the 400 metres hurdles.
Its Ireland’s first ever sprint medal in the 80 year’s history of the championships.
Ciara Mageean will be in action in the 1500 metres heats this morning.
Phil Healy runs in the heats of the 200 metres.
Cork City lost 2-nil to Rosenborg in the first leg of their Europa League third round qualifier at Turners Cross last night.
The new Premier League season kicks off at Old Trafford this evening.
Manchester United get their bid to win a first league title since 2013 underway at home to 2016 champions Leicester City.
The Irish Daily Mail FAI Senior Cup kicks off this evening.
Last years beaten finalists Dundalk are home to Cobh Ramblers.
Tyrone have made one change to their team for Sunday's All-Ireland football championship semi-final against Monaghan.
Rory Brennan comes in a corner back instead of the injured Conor Meyler.
Last night's club results
2018 Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Football Championship Group A: St. Kevins 1-19 Straffan 2-8
Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Football Championship Group B: Sallins 2-8 Ellistown 1-8
Senior Football League Div. 1: Leixlip 3-12 Raheens 2-10
***Raheens and St. Kevins are relegated to Division 2
Senior Football League Div. 2
Rathangan 2-6 Kilcock 0-9
Two Mile House 2-11 Monasterevan 1-6
***Monasterevan and Allenwood are relegated to Division 3
Reserve A Football Championship Quarter Final: Sarsfields 4-15 Clane 1-5
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Group A: Naas 0-15 Maynooth 0-11
Fixtures for Fri 10 Aug
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Group B: Moorefield V Celbridge 7:30 in Clane (note: change of venue)
Senior Football League Div 3 Final Eadestown V Ballyteague 7:00 in Newbridge
Tom Cross Coaches Junior Football Championship Section B Robertstown V Castlemitchell 7:30 in Hawkfield
Reserve B Football Championship Quarter Final: Raheens V Johnstownbridge 7:30 in Maynooth
Haven Hire Junior Hurling Championship
Kilcock V Sarsfields 7:30
Naas V Clane 8:00
Éire Óg Corra Choill V Sallins 8:00
Shane Lowry leads the Irish challenge heading into the second round of the U-S P-G-A Championship in St Louis.
He’s 1 under par, 5 shots behind the leader Gary Woodland.
Rory McIlroy is a further shot back. Padraig Harringon is 1 over par, Paul Dunne 3 over.
There is racing this evening in Tipperary from 5.05pm.