Sunday Sport: Mayo face Louth, Donegal host Derry

Sunday Sport: Mayo face Louth, Donegal host Derry
Ulster GAA Senior Football Championship Final, St. Tiernach's Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan 14/5/2023 Derry vs Armagh Derry's Ethan Doherty and Aidan Forker of Armagh Mandatory Credit Β©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo


There are four more All Ireland senior football championship round 2 matches today.

Mayo bid for two wins out of two against Louth at MacHale Park in Castlebar.

That game throws in at 2:00, as does the match involving Monaghan and Clare in Clones.

At 3:00, Roscommon and Sligo go head-to-head at Dr Hyde Park.


And then at 4:00, Donegal welcome Derry to Ballybofey.

In round 3 of the Tailteann Cup, O'Moore Park in Portlaoise is the venue for Limerick against Wicklow at 1:00 and Longford versus Carlow at 3:00

The other games have 3pm starts.

It's Fermanagh against Antrim at the Athletic Grounds and Wexford meet Leitrim at Parnell Park.


In hurling, there are two All Ireland finals at underage level in Thurles today.

Galway and Clare contest the minor final at 1pm, with Cork to play Offaly in the u20 decider at 3:00.


Rory McIlroy is in a share of the lead going into the final round of the Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour in Ohio.

The County Down star is 6 under par alongside Si Woo Kim and David Lipsky.


Shane Lowry is 1 under and Seamus Power is 2 over par.

McIlroy says being patient has put him in a decent position to win.

On the DP World Tour, Tom McKibbin is tied for the lead with six other players on 6 under par in the final round of the European Open in Hamburg.

McKibbin is playing the fourth hole.

The 20-year-old is bidding for his first tour title.

Formula One

World champion Max Verstappen is on pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix.

The Red Bull driver will be joined on the front row of the grid by Ferrari's Carlos Sainz.


Written By Michael Bolton

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