Morning Sports Update

Aug 18, 2020 10:10 By radiokerrysport
Morning Sports Update
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Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez both scored twice as Inter Milan cruised through to the Europa League final.

Antonio Conte's side beat Shakhtar Donetsk 5-nil in their semi-final in Dusseldorf.


Inter will face Sevilla in Friday's final in Cologne.

Lisbon hosts the first of this week's Champions League semi-finals this evening.

Both R-B Leipzig and Paris Saint Germain are hoping to reach the final of European football's premier club competition for the first time.


Kick off is at 8pm.

Neil Lennon admits getting through to the Champions League group stages is a "priority" for Celtic.

The Scottish Premiership champions host Iceland's KR Reykjavik in the first qualifying round of the competition this evening.


They've not progressed to the main phase of the tournament since 2017 and the Celtic boss knows they need to put that right.

David Silva has joined Real Sociedad.

The 34 year old was a free agent after a decade at Manchester City.


Silva had looked set to join Serie A side Lazio, but signs a two year deal with the Basque club instead.

Cabinteely opened up a five point lead at the top of the SSE Airtricity First Division last night with a 3-1 win at Longford Town.

Drogheda are up to second courtesy of a 1-nil win over Galway.


And nine-man UCD beat ten-man Athlone 2-1.

Waterford go to Sligo Rovers in the Premier Division tonight.

Kick off at the Showgrounds is at 5.45.

In the First Division, Cobh Ramblers face Wexford, and Bray Wanderers entertain Shamrock Rovers Two.

Those matches begin at 7.45.


The Club Players' Association have joined the GPA in backing a split season.

The GAA's Fixtures Review Committee is due to meet tomorrow.

CPA boss Micheál Briody says the current circumstances have presented the GAA with a golden opportunity to trial a clear split in the season.


There's a seven race card at Roscommon this afternoon.

The first is off at ten past 4.

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