Europa League Action For 3 Irish Sides This Evening

Europa_league.svgCork City, UCD and St Pat’s all see action this evening in the first round of qualifying for the Europa League. St Pat’s have made the trip to Lativa to face Skonto Riga in the first-leg of their tie, which will kick-off at 5. Later this evening, Cork City host KR Reykjavík at Turners Cross, while UCD are at home to Dudelange of Luxembourg. Both games kick-off is at 7.45. The Denny Ladies League Final takes place this evening. Tralee Dynamos take on Inter Kenmare at 7.30pm in Mounthawk Park. Tune into Radio Kerry for updates after news at 8, 9 and 10. Paul McShane has found a new club. After being released by Hull at the end of the season, he’s joined former Tigers team-mate Stephen Quinn in joining Championship side, Reading. The Womens World Cup final will be a repeat of the decider of four years ago. This follow’s an injury time own goal from Laura Bassett handing Japan a 2-1 win over England in their semi final. The defending champions move on to a final with the USA in the small hours of Monday morning. = Sepp Blatter says anyone who calls him corrupt without proof, should be jailed. The FIFA President has told a German magazine he has a clear conscience, despite the corruption investigations currently ongoing into world football’s governing body. Blatter announced he would step down last month, and his successor will be appointed at an extraordinary congress.