Evening Sports Update

Apr 10, 2021 17:04 By radiokerrysport
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Shane Lowry is preparing to get his third round underway at The Masters.

The Offaly native tees off his 'moving day' action at 20-past-5 from level-par.


England's Justin Rose has a one stroke advantage over the chasing pack on 7-under.

Rose came second at Augusta in 2015 and 2017 and this would be his maiden green jacket.



It's 1-1 approaching full-time between Liverpool and Aston Villa in their Premier League game at Anfield.

Ollie Watkins put Dean Smith's side ahead just before the break with Mo Salah equalising in the second-half.

Elsewhere, there's a London derby between Chelsea and Crystal Palace at Selhurs Park in just under half-an-hour's time.


And a goal in each half from Stuart Dallas saw Leeds beat Manchester City 2-1 in the first game of the day at the Etihad.

The visitors were reduced to 10 men just before half-time with Liam Cooper shown a straight red card for a dangerous high tackle.

City boss Pep Guardiola says the game really changed with the card.



In the EFL Championship leaders Norwich City still lead Derby County 1-0 approaching full-time Pride Park.


While Brentford lead Preston 4-0 at Deepdale.

The Bees will go back to third with three points here.


Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps both have the chance to join St Pat's at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.

The Bit O'Red will look to maintain their strong start to the campaign when they welcome reigning champions Shamrock Rovers to the Showgrounds.

Ollie Horgan's Harps, who are unbeaten this term, host Waterford while Longford take on Drogheda with all three matches getting underway inside the hour at 6-o'clock.


30 fences stand between Rachael Blackmore and yet more history.

The Tipperary native will become the first ever female rider to win the Randox Grand National if she guides the Henry De Bromhead trained Minella Times to victory.

The Jojo O'Neill trained Cloth Cap will go off the favourite when the feature of the day at Aintree goes to post shortly at 5.15.


Leinster are looking to make it into the last four of the Heineken Champions Cup this evening.

Leo Cullen's side are away to Exeter for their quarter-final from half-past-5.

Meanwhile, Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle lead Sale Sharks 45-21 approaching full-time in France.


Ulster are in quarter-final action in the Challenge Cup tonight.

Dan McFarland's side go up against Northampton Saints at Franklin's Gardens from 8-o'clock.


Ireland have just gotten their Women's Six Nations in association with Guinness campaign underway.

They're away to Wales where they've just kicked-off.

England scored nine tries this afternoon in their 67-3 victory this afternoon.

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