The Leinster Hurling Championship heats up and the Taileteann Cup begins
Update: 4 pm
Current champion Kilkenny will reserve a place for the Leinster Hurling final if he can beat Wexford at Nowlan Park tonight.
A victory is required for the model to have a chance to advance to the All Irish Championships.
Galway can compete in the state’s finals by avoiding a defeat against Dublin at Salthill.
Leash needs to defeat West Meath to avoid falling into the Joe McDonald’s Cup next year.
Offaly lost to Carlow 0-22 to 0-17 on the final day of the Joe McDonald’s Cup round-robin.
Due to its defeat, loyal people missed the opportunity to participate in Antrim in the final. Antrim defeats Saffrons 0-29 to 2-21, followed by Kelly.
Elsewhere, Down defeated Meath 2 to 28 to 2 to 20 in Barry Run.
The new Taileteann Cup also kicked off today, with Wicklow welcoming Waterford to Orgrim in the Southern Group’s qualifying round.
The homeside led Déise from 0-8 to 0-5 in half-time after the match was thrown in at 3 pm.
Will Zaratris of the United States is leading in the middle of the PGA Championship, the second major of the year, and Rory McIlroy is currently five strokes behind.
Zaratris will return at 7:50 pm while McIlroy begins his third round at 7:30 pm.
Shane Lowry will tee off from 2 over par at 4:20 pm Irish time and Shamas Power will resume at level par at 5:50 pm.
Rangers like to play Hearts at 0-0 Hampden Park in half-time and win the 34th Scottish Cup.
Sunderland will face Wycombe 1-0 in the League 1 playoff final at Wembley.
The Wembley victory will send them back to the championship for the first time since 2018.
The radically transformed Leinster team will face Münster at the United Rugby Championship at Aviva Stadium at 7:15 pm.
Andrew Conway is back on the Münster team as he pursues a victory to secure a finish in second place prior to the playoffs.
Meanwhile, Jordan Larmour and Ryan Baird have recovered from a host injury.
Only 5️⃣ time to kick off!
This is a team reminder 👇#LEIvMUN #URC pic.twitter.com/9t97RIGM8k
— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) May 21, 2022
Connacht concludes the campaign by hosting Zebre at the sports ground at 5 pm.
On the side of Andy Friend, Ireland’s international Bundee Aki and Mack Hansen have not been injured.
https://www.breakingnews.ie/soccer/saturday-sport-leinster-hurling-championship-comes-to-a-head-1308544.html The Leinster Hurling Championship heats up and the Taileteann Cup begins