In Gaelic games, Dublin senior hurling manager Mattie Kenny is to stay put with the county for the 2020 campaign, amidst rumours that his name was in the hat to replace Micheál Donoghue, and take charge of Galway.
Donoghue, a Clarinbridge man, departed his role with the Tribesmen this week after four years in charge.
Kenny accepted a three-year term from the Dublin County Board in November of last year, and it's understood he intends to see out that commitment.
Just one club result, in Haven Hire IHC Quarter Final:
Moorefield 1-14 St Laurence's 0-09.
Celtic moved a step closer to the group stages of the Europa League last night with a 2 - nil win over AIK Stockholm.
The goals came in the second half via James Forrest and Odsonne Edouard.
Elsewhere, Wolves beat Torino 3-2 away from home, Rangers drew 1-all with Legia Warsaw while Linfield beat Qarabag 3-2 in Belfast.
Derry City host Dundalk in this evening's FAI Cup second round.
Elsewhere, a Dublin derby, with UCD hosting St. Pat's, while Cork are on the road to face Galway United.
Bohemians welcome Longford Town FC to Dalymount Park, and Shamrock Rovers entertain Droogheda at Tallaght Stadium.
There's one game in the Premier League this evening.
Aston Villa, looking for their first points of the season, they welcome Everton to Villa Park at 8 o'clock.
In golf, Rory McIlroy is just a shot off the lead heading into Day 2 of the season-ending Tour Championship in Georgia.
The four-time major winner started the tournament five off the pace under the new handicapped format.
An opening 66 saw McIlroy move into fourth place on nine under par.
Americans Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka are setting the pace on 10 under.