CRKC Sports News 17th April 2024

CRKC Sports News 17th April 2024

WED KK SPORT 17 – 04 – 24

Antrim hurling team has been boosted with the welcome return of some prominent players from Dunloy

With a number of other players recovering from injury which kept them out of the National Hurling League campaign.

Eoghan Campbell has seen a new energy and buzz in training ahead of their visit to Nowlan Park on Sunday…………

Kilkenny minor hurlers begin their Leinster Championship campaign with an appetising opener against Galway in Nowlan Park on Saturday at 2pm

Kilkenny will play Wexford away and Dublin at home in the Round robin series

The top team in the group will go through to the Leinster semi finals.

Cumann Na mBunscoil competitions

Continue today across the county after school

Check with your school for a time and venue for your local school

James Stephens GAA Club have a big fundraising night at Kilkenny Greyhound Track this Friday night

CRKC will be there broadcasting live from the venue Sponsored by TC Tyres

Richie Manogue is delighted with the Greyhound Track and The GAA ………..

SOCCER

Chris Hughton is the latest name to crop up in the FAI’s search for a manager for the Republic of Ireland’s mens team

John O’Shea is available and he wants the job

But he hasn’t been interviewed for the position.

John O’Shea took charge of Ireland’s recent friendlies

Against Belgium and Switzerland.

Champions League Quarter Finals

PSG overturned a 3 – 2 deficit against 10 man Barcelona last night as they went through 6 – 4 on aggregate.

Borrussia Dortmund turned a 2 – 1 deficit into a 5 – 4 victory over Atletico Madrid

PSG v Borussia Dortmund in the semi final.

Tonight – 8 pm KO

Man City (3) v (3) Real Madrid

Bayern Munich (2) v (2) Arsenal

Boxing

Katie Taylor will put her World Titles on the line as she steps into the ring against Amanada Serrano in Texas on July 20th.

The re – match is live on Netflix

Katie Taylor is expected to earn around $6m

Racing

Aintree Grand National winner I am Maximus was paraded through Leighlinbridge last night

Golf

Rory McIlroy has pledged to play the rest of his career on the PGA Tour.

Dismissing links to the Saudi Arabia backed LIV Golf Tour.