Sunday Morning Sports Update

Apr 11, 2021 12:04 By radiokerrysport
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Hideki Matsuyama holds a four-shot lead ahead of the final round of the Masters tonight.

The Japanese player sits at 11-under-par after a seven-under 65 on Saturday.


England's Justin Rose is among a three-strong group in second at seven-under.

Shane Lowry starts the final day at Augusta from even par, which is currently in a tie for 21st.




The first Premier League game of the day is just underway.

Ciaran Clark is in the Newcastle starting team for their clash away at Burnley.


It's in the very early stages having kicked off at 12pm.

From five-past-two, West Ham can move back into the top four with a win over third-placed Leicester.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers says it's a chance to take a step closer to Champions League qualification.


Tottenham have home advantage as Jose Mourinho comes up against former club Manchester United at half four.

The day's final game is the meeting of Sheffield United and Arsenal at 7pm.



Katie McCabe is in line to win a 50th international cap this evening.

Vera Pauw's Republic of Ireland are away to Belgium in a friendly.

Kick-off in Brussels is at half-six.



Leinster’s Heineken Champions Cup semi-final opponents will be confirmed today.

The remaining two quarter-finals are all French affairs with Bordeaux and Racing 92 kicking off at 12.30 followed by the meeting of Clermont and Toulouse at 3pm.

Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle are also in the last four draw, which takes place later.



There's an 8-race card at Leopardstown this afternoon where the first goes to post at 20-to-two.

The going is good.


In the UK…

They race in Warwick from 1.50, Kelso from 2 and Plumpton from 2.15, the going on all three courses is good.



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