Morning Sports Update


Manchester City will meet Lyon in next week’s Champions League quarter-finals.

City’s 2-1 win at home to Real Madrid secured a 4-2 aggregate victory.

While a first half penalty from Memphis Depay was the away goal Lyon needed in a 2-1 defeat away to Juventus.

Despite a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo, it’s Lyon and not Juventus who’ll play City in Lisbon next Saturday.

Chelsea need something close to a miracle if they’re to make the quarter-finals.

Frank Lampard’s side are away to Bayern Munich needing to overturn a 3-nil first leg deficit.

While Barcelona and Napoli are tied at a goal apiece going into their second leg at the Camp Nou.


Bohemians go into the weekend second in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division table.

Keith Long’s side further dented Dundalk’s title hopes with a 2-1 win at Dalymount.

And a Georgie Kelly brace gave St. Pat’s a 2-nil win at home to Finn Harps.

Cork City are without an away win in 2020, but head to a Waterford side beset by off-field problems.

Kick-off at the RSC is at 2.

While Sligo Rovers and Shelbourne are both looking to secure back-to-back wins when they meet at the Showgrounds from 5.


The GAA say their COVID-19 advisory group will discuss the situation in the midlands on Monday.

All activities in Offaly, Laois and Kildare have been suspended for the next fortnight.

A spike in COVID-19 cases in the midlands has prompted the temporary lockdown from the government.


Having received a first round bye, Kyren Wilson enters the World Championship in the second round this morning.

He faces Martin Gould with the eventual winner facing Judd Trump.

The defending champion beat China’s Yan Bingtao by 13-frames to 11 at the Crucible last night.

On the other table, Neil Robertson takes on Barry Hawkins.


There’s an eight-race card at Cork this afternoon with the first off at 2.

While at Kilbeggan, a seven-race card gets underway at twenty-to-5.