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Sunday sport: Clare looking to stop Limerick's bid for sixth consecutive Munster title

All eyes will be on Semple Stadium today as Limerick chase a record sixth consecutive Munster senior hurling title.

It is once again Clare who stand in their way. However, they have not won a provincial crown since 1998.

2013 Hurler of the Year Tony Kelly has been named on the bench for the Banner, while Limerick boss John Kiely will be without Sean Finn and Seamus Flanagan.

Throw in at Thurles is at 4pm.


In the preliminary quarter-finals of the Tailteann Cup Laois have beaten New York 1-13 to 1-9 at O'Moore Park.

While Antrim and London are tied at 1-5 to 2-2 at half-time at Corrigan Park.


In the TG4 Ladies senior football championship, Donegal and Kerry played out a 1-6 to 0-9 draw in Ballybofey.

Coimhe Keon with the goal early on for the home side.

They've just thrown in at Parnell Park where All-Ireland champions Dublin are taking on Mayo.

And action has also just got underway at O'Moore Park between Loais and Cork.

At the European Championships in Rome, Ireland's Ciara Mageean will race for gold in the women's 1500 metres this evening.

Also lining up in that race will be Sarah Healy.

Meanwhile, Mark Smyth produced his season's best run to qualify for the men's semi-final of the 200 metres this morning.

And Nicola Tuthill has qualified for tomorrow night's final of the hammer throw.

Elsewhere, Rhasidat Adeleke, Sharlene Mawdsley and Sophie Becker compete in the semi-finals of the women's 400 metres.

And Thomas Barr is into the men's 400metre hurdle after winning his heat earlier today.

The French Open final is taking place in Paris this afternoon between Spain's Carlos Alcaraz and German Alexander Zverev.

21-year-old Alcaraz leads the first set