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Saturday AM Sport: Ireland play New Zealand and England Advance To Semi Final of Rugby World Cup.

: 10/19/2019 - 10:18


History beckons for Ireland in Tokyo this today.

For only the second ever time at a World Cup the Irish take on New Zealand.

The quarter final kicks off at 11.15am Irish time.

Ireland have won two of the three most recent meetings of the sides, including the historic 16-9 win at the Aviva last year.

England have advanced to the semi-final stage following a comprehensive 40-16 win over Australia.

In the AIL this afternoon, Naas play Highfield in Division 1B and MU Barnhall are against Nenagh Ormond in Division 2A.

Both games kick off at 2.30pm.


There's 8 games in the Premier League today.

Everton play West Ham in the lunch time kick-off.

At 3 o'clock, Spurs play Watford, Bournemouth take on Norwich, Aston Villa play Brighton, it's Chelsea v Newcastle, Leicester are against Burnley and Wolves play Southampton.

At 5.30pm, Man City will be looking to close the gap on Liverpool at the top of the table when they play Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.


Pádraic Joyce has been officially ratified as the new Galway senior football manager.

The three-time All Star has been handed a three-year term with a review after two years.

Joyce replaces Kevin Walsh who stepped down in September.


There's an eight-race card at Leopardstown with the first off at 1.25.


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