Tonight's local GAA fixtures:
2019 Haven Hire Senior Hurling Championship Section B
Clane V Coill Dubh in Manguard Plus, Hawkfield
Confey V Celbridge in Naas.
Both games at 8pm
2019 Joe Fox Tool and Plant Hire Reserve B Football Championship Semi Final
Kilcock V Eadestown, in Straffan at 7pm
In the Reserve D Football Championship Semi Final
Ballyteague V Monasterevan in Paddy Martin Memorial Park, at 7.30pm.
Eoin Beatty, on this evening's Sports Preview Show from 6.30pm, will look look ahead to all of the weekend's fixures
Rory Best says Twickenham will be an intimidating venue for Ross Byrne's first Ireland start.
The Leinster out-half will take his place in the starting fifteen against England in tomorrow's latest World Cup warm-up game.
There are five-games in the FAI Cup second round this evening, with holders Dundalk making the trip to Derry.
Cork City play Galway.
U-C-D play St Pat's
Bohemians play Longford
Shamrock Rovers take on Drogheda
Everton put their unbeaten start to the new Premier League season on the line when they travel to Aston Villa tonight.
Kick-off at Villa Park is at 8.
Rory McIlroy's just one-shot off the lead heading into the second round of the Tour Championship.
He starts the day on 9-under par, and believes he needs three-more rounds in the 60s if he's to win the 15-million dollar top prize on Sunday.
The American trio of Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas head the field in Atlanta on 10-under par.
A late goal from Anna O'Flanagan saw Ireland beat Belgium 2-1 in their relegation pool game at the Women's EuroHockey Championship in Antwerp.
The win means Ireland need only to draw with Russia on Sunday to preserve their top tier status.