Sport Headlines 7th July
In Euro 2016 news hosts France take on Germany in tonight's semi final.
Matts Hummells is suspended for the Germans while Sami Khedira ( Ked-era) and Mario Gomez are injured.
N'Golo Kante returns from suspension for the hosts. Kick off is at 8.
Meanwhile Chris Coleman says he's proud of Wales' efforts at the tournament, after going out in last night's semi-final. Portugal beat them 2-0 in Lyon, Ronaldo and Nani with the goals.
In the Europa league Cork City host Linfield in their first qualifying round second leg at Turners Cross. The Leesiders lead 1-0 from the first leg.
Kick off is at 7.45
Shamrock Rovers are 2-0 down as they travel to Finland to play ROPS Rovaniemi- kick off is at 5
Reports suggest Liverpool's owners have approached Jurgen Klopp about a contract extension.
He only took over as a replacement for Brendan Rodgers last October and the German's current deal runs for another two years.
In Hurling Dublin outscored Offaly 2-10 to 4 points in the second half to capture the Bord Gais Energy Leinster under 21 title in Tullamore last night.
Clare captured the Munster intermediate title beating Limerick 1-26 to 2-18 while in football Kildare will play Laois in the Electric Ireland Leinster minor final.
The Lilywhites beat Meath 19 points to 15 after extra time in Navan last night.
In Tennis it's ladies semi final day at Wimbledon.
At one o'clock Serena Williams plays Elena Vesnina. After the first match 4th seed Angelique Kerber take on Venus Williams.
In Athletics Thomas Barr, Brian Gregan and Sinead Denny will all be involved in semi-finals today at the European Championships in Amsterdam.
They're all going in the afternoon session with Barr off at quarter past three, Gregan running at quarter to four and Denny going at twenty past five.
In the morning session Tori Pena competes in the pole vault while Marcus Lawler, Karl Griffin, Declan Murray and Amy Foster are all on the track.
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