County Hurling League Final Tonight As National Football Feile Begins Today

The Credit Union 2014 County Senior Hurling League Division 1 Final is on tonight. Ballyduff host St.Brendan’s at 7.30. This game also doubles up as Round 6 of the 2015 League & the North Kerry Championship semi-final. Extra time will be played in the event of a draw to decide the 2014 League champions. Ballyduff team St.Brendan's team National Football Feile begins this evening. Stacks are in Division 1, Group and open at 5 against Ballinstragh Gaels of Wexford. One hour later they face Balyna from Kildare, then play St Nicks of Wicklow at 11am tomorrow. St Pats are in Division 5, Group C. First up for them at 5 today are Craanford of Wexford. At 6 today they meet Newry Shamrocks from Down, then Newtown of Wicklow at 11 in the morning. Listowel, in Division 9, Group D, open at 5 today against Bannow Ballymitty of Wexford. The opposition at 6 today are Killucan from Westmeath, with Listowel going up against St Fintans of Wexford at 11.15 tomorrow morning. The Currow ladies also compete at National Football Feile this weekend. They play twice today, against St James of Wexford and the Banner Club from Clare, and tomorrow against their hosts St Annes in the morning. Rathkeale hosts Munster Football Feile tomorrow. Rahillys and An Ghaeltacht are in Group 2. Rahillys open at 10.30am against Bishopstown and An Ghaeltacht are in action for the first time at 11.20 against Monaleen. Regional Feile is on in Mallow. Laune Rangers, in Group 1, start against Mallow at 11.30. Kenmare, in the same group, play at the same time against Clanna Gael Fontenoy, Dublin. Legion are in Group 2 and begin at 11.30 against St.Finbarrs. Stacks host Southern Gaels at 7.30 this evening in the Trophyworld Tralee Ladies County Under 16 Football League Division 1. At the same time in the Glebe Kitchens Under 12s Div 3 Moyvane take on Milltown-Listry. There’s one change in the Kildare team to face Dublin in Sunday’s Leinster semi final at Croke Park. Eoin Doyle replaces the injured Fergal Conway at wing back. Mickey Burke is among those returning to the Meath starting 15 for their Leinster semi final with Westmeath. Burke starts at wing back with Bryan Menton returning on the other side of centre back Donal Keoghan. Kevin Reilly replaces Adam Flanagan in midfield while Michael Newman replaces Joseph Wallace in the full forward line. Derry have made on change for tomorrows Ulster semi final with Donegal in Clones. Cailean O’Boyle replaces Benny Heron in the forward line.