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Thurs pm Sport: Kerry Confidence Vote in Ref David Gough; Wales Rugby Make 3 Changes for England Game.

: 08/15/2019 - 17:33

Kerry say they have the utmost confidence in All Ireland football final referee David Gough.

The Slane official was handed the September 1st meeting of the Kingdom and Dublin despite questions over his suitability from some pundits formerly involved with Kerry.

But County Chairman Tim Murphy told Radio Kerry that the team and the management have no issue with Gough's appointment.

Murphy also says they hope to have Stephen O'Brien's appeal against his final suspension resolved inside the next three to four days.

They're appealing the second of three black cards shown to the Kenmare forward this year.

 

The GAA is warning supporters about a fake email scam offering hospitality tickets for Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling final between Tipperary and Kilkenny.

The Association say they don't sell hospitality packages through third-party sellers.

Just one Club GAA fixture tonight: Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Group A in Donore: Ardclough V Naas at 7.30

Wolves, Rangers and Aberdeen will bid to reach the play off round of the Europa League this evening.

Wolves are 4-0 up on Armenians Pyunik entering the second leg of their third qualifying round tie at Molinuex .

Rangers lead Danes Midtylland4-2 going into their game at Ibrox.

Aberdeen trail Rijejka by 2 goals to nil for their second leg at Pittodrie.

 

Wales have made three changes for their World Cup warm up match against England in Cardiff on Saturday.

Dan Biggar comes in at fly-half, after Gareth Anscombe was ruled out of the tournament through injury.

James Davies is included in the back row, he will play a Test match alongside brother Jonathan for the first time.

Jake Ball is picked in the second row.

 

Paul Dunne is best of the Irish on 2-under par as the opening day of the Czech Masters draws to a close.

Gavin Moynihan shot a 1-under par round of 71

While Padraig Harrington finished the day on 1-over.

There's a three-way tie for the lead with Erik van Rooyen, Lee Slattery and Gavin Green all on 7-uner par.

Two race cards today: Leopardstown 4.50 Winner: No. 6, Lost Opportunity 7/1

5.20, No. 2 Tony The Gent 4/6 fav

and Tramore 5.15. No.6, Cusp of Carabelli 6/1

 

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