Evening Sports Update


Ronnie O’Sullivan leads Kyren Wilson 6 frames to 2 after the first session in their World Snooker Championship final.

The pair will be back out at half-past-7 in their best of 35 frames contest.

‘The Rocket’ is aiming to win his sixth world title while 28-year-old Wilson has never claimed snooker’s ultimate prize.

A limited amount of supporters are attending the game at The Crucible in Sheffield.


Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has played down suggestions they’re favourites to win the Champions League.

His side face Lyon in the quarter-finals this evening, after getting past Spanish giants Real Madrid in the last-16.

Barcelona are also out, having been thrashed 8-2 by Bayern Munich last night.

Kick-off in Lisbon is at 8-o’clock.


Bohemians have kept their 100% record since Irish soccer’s resumption intact.

They’ve beaten Finn Harps 1-nil in their S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division clash in Ballybofey.

Danny Grant with the goal for Keith Long’s side in the 24th minute.

Action has just gotten underway meanwhile between 6th placed Shelbourne and Derry City to Tolka Park.

Derry sit 7th in the table going into the game, with just two points between the sides.


The Dublin Senior Football Championship has been hit by coronavirus.

Tomorrow’s final group game between Raheny and St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh has been postponed as a Raheny player has tested positive for Covid-19.


Shane Lowry is in a tie for 9th at the Wyndham Championship on the P-G-A Tour.

The Offaly native is 2-under-par thru nine holes of his third round leaving him 11-under for the tournament and three shots off the lead.

Seamus Power is 2-under after ten holes today leaving him 5-under all round.