Sport Headlines July 4th
The draw for round 2 of the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifiers has taken place.
Following their win over Dublin, Cork have been drawn against Wexford.
The other tie sees Clare take on Limerick.
Those games will take place this weekend, with the times dates and venues to be confirmed by the CCCC this afternoon - however it's thought both games will be on Saturday.
Elsewhere Kilkenny won their 71st Leinster hurling title yesterday with a 7 point win over Galway.
And defeat for the Cork minor footballers in their Munster Final against Kerry.
France booked a Euro 2016 Semi Final Spot against Germany, the hosts with a comfortable 5-2 win over Iceland in Paris.
World number three Roger Federer will be aiming to book his place in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon today.
He faces American Steve Johnson on Centre Court at 1pm.
Second seed Andy Murray is also in action today, he faces Australian Nick Kyrgios.
Before that, defending women's champion Serena Williams faces Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova.
Peter Sagan starts today's stage three at the Tour de France wearing the leader's yellow jersey for the first time
Ireland's Daniel Martin was fourth yesterday and is in 10th place overall, 14 seconds off the pace.
The Irish HockeyTeam Continue their Olympic Preparation here in Cork this evening.
They take on reigning European Champions and 2nd ranked team in the world the Netherlands, and take place at the UCC grounds at the mardyke.
7pm is the start time there.
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