Evening Sports Update


There’s a Dublin derby just kicking off in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

St Patrick’s Athletic are hosting leaders Shamrock Rovers at Richmond Park.

A win for the Hoops would see them extend their lead at the top of the table to six points.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will attempt to reach his first final as Manchester United manager tonight.

The Red Devils take on Sevilla in the last four of the Europa League.

United have been beaten in the League Cup and FA Cup semi-finals already this seasons.
It’s an 8PM kick-off in Cologne.


Meanwhile United winger Tahith Chong has joined up with Werder Bremen after agreeing a loan move to the Bundesliga club.

The Holland under-21 international only signed a new deal at Old Trafford in March, which keeps him contracted to United until June 2022.

Chong will spend a full season on loan with the German outfit.


In the Scottish Premiership, Rangers and Livingston are scoreless after 20 minutes at Almondvale.

A win for Steven Gerrard’s team will see them go top of the table.


It’s been a disappointing final round for both Irish golfers at the Celtic Classic in Wales.

Cormac Sharvin started the day just 5 strokes off the lead.

After 10 holes, he’s 2 over par for the round today which leaves him on 8 under par and 9 strokes off the outright leader – England’s Sam Horsfield.

Jonathan Caldwell carded a final round 72 to end on 6 under.


Seamus Power has ovvertaken Shane Lowry on the Wyndham Championship leaderboard on the final day.

Power has picked up four shots on the front nine to move up to 10 under par and 8 strokes behind Korea’s Kim Si-Woo who leads on 18 under.

Lowry’s level par after 2 holes of his final round and remains 9 under.


Ronnie O’Sullivan is just one frame away from winning his sixth World Snooker Championship title.

The Rocket leads Kyren Wilson 17-8 after the end of the third session of the decider at the Crucible.

The two men will resume the match at 7:30PM.


And Lewis Hamilton has extended his World Championship lead to 37 points over Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.

The British driver won the Spanish Grand Prix this afternoon – ahead of Verstappen – which is his fourth victory in six races so far this season.