Munster Senior Hurling Championship final Clare v Cork (tomorrow, Semple Stadium, 2pm) IT may have been a new, shiny Munster Championship this year, but the old tradition of the final being one of the highlights of the sporting summer lives on.
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Championship: Carlow 0-14 Down 2-13 IT WASN’T easy or pretty for Down in the Network Training Centre, in Fenagh on Saturday but goals from starting midfielders Dearbhla Magee and Paula O’Hagan at the start of final quarter secured the points for the Ulster side and extended their unbeaten run to five games.
Christy Ring Cup semi-final: Derry v Kildare (tomorrow, Inniskeen, 4pm) DRAMA has followed Derry’s every move on the meandering path through their Christy Ring campaign, with Collie McGurk’s side well tested ahead of tomorrow’s semi-final clash with 2014 winners Kildare.
Joe McDonagh Cup Round Five: Antrim v Kerry (today, Cushendall, 3pm) THE inaugural Joe McDonagh Cup has been an unqualified success with the fate of every county, bar Westmeath, still in the balance going into today's final round of fixtures.
The person charged with leading the £1m Gaelfast plan is set to be revealed this evening – and The Irish News understands that St Paul’s clubman Paul Donnelly will be confirmed as the new regeneration manager.