All Irish Hurling Quarterfinal Day at Semple Stadium.

Galway led Claire 2-5 to 0-6 early in the All-Ireland Hurling quarterfinals.

The long range shooting from Jack Grealish ended with a cork net for the opening minute.

Claire can use Peter Duggan and Rory Haze to collide with Wexford at 15:45 pm.

Cork faces Waterford at Walshpark, so tonight we can get closer to securing a spot for the All-Ireland Camogie semi-finals.

Dublin plays Claire behind Group 1 in Ennis.

And since Tipperary plays Wexford at Enniscorthy, he still wants the first win of the campaign.


Seamus’Cheddar’ Plunkett has resigned from Laois’s hurling manager after a two-year tenure.

Following his demotion from the Leinster Championship last month, Omoor will be competing in the Joe McDonough Cup next season.

Plankett said the panel will quit its role because it plans for a minimum of two years and believes it will receive “best service” from new management.


Rory McIlroy says he’s playing better than he’s been playing for a long time because he’s been fighting to win the US Open golf.

He is part of a group of four under pars on a half-finished stage, one shot behind leaders Collin Morikawa and Joel Dahmen.

McIlro is one of four major golf champions who are challenging, along with Morikawa, Jon Rahm and Scottie Scheffler.

Rory McIlroy will return to the track for the third round after 8pm, just after 8pm in Ireland, and Shamus Power will tee off at 5:50 pm.


Sligo Rovers will host Finn Harps in the SSE Air Tricity League Premier League tonight.

Bitored’s victory will see them move to fifth place over the bohemian.

Finn Harps is aiming for a third victory in the campaign with a kick-off at 7:45 pm on the showground.

Longford will take on Cork City in the first division at Half Seven with Cork hoping to win to return to the Summit on the second flight.


Nicole Turner and Ellen Keene will be in the finals of the World Para Swimming Championships tonight.

Turner, who has already won the bronze medal this week, won the S-6 500m butterfly heat in Portugal.

Previously, Paralympic champion Keane also came first in her heat in the 100-meter breaststroke SB-8.

Roisin Ni Riain’s latest attempt to win a hat-trick medal will take place tonight in the final of the 200-meter individual medley SM-13 just before 6.30.


This afternoon, Downroyal will have seven race cards, the first of which will be off at 14:00 pm.

And Platinum Jubilee Stakes is a feature of Royal Ascot’s final day.


Formula One World Champion Max Verstappen hopes to take the lead in the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend.

Red Bull drivers are the fastest in both of yesterday’s practice sessions and will qualify after winning the last race in Azerbaijan.

He is a teammate and has a 21 point advantage over his closest rival, Sergio Perez.

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