DORAL, Fla. – Whatever your preferred standard of measurement – Big Three, Fantastic Four, Fab Five, Sensational Six – they’re all assembled. Jordan, Jason, Rory, Rickie, Bubba . . . even The Donald. Well, the potential Commander In Chief and current Candidate In Course Owner won’t show up at Doral until Sunday, but if the week goes according to script, Trump won’t be the only topic of interest when Doral hosts what could possibly be its final PGA Tour round. For the first time since last September, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy – Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively, in the Official World Golf Ranking – find themselves on the same tee sheet, and for just the second time on Tour, the threesome will be grouped together. “The next two days are going to be enjoyable. It will be good out there, hopefully a little bit of buzz around that group,” McIlroy said of the potential heavyweight title bout. As compelling as that three-ball may be, it’s the undercard that makes the WGC-Cadillac Championship the year’s most anticipated event to date. While the basic narrative of Jordan, Jason and Rory remains the same, the broader ensemble has spent the last few months chipping away at the Big Three’s exclusive club. Enter the Fantastic Four. With his victory two weeks ago at Riviera, Bubba Watson reminded everyone that he might not be the most consistent player but that he is arguably the most entertaining, and his third-place showing at bomber-friendly Doral last year suggests he’s much more than a bit player in the larger scheme. Then again, Bubba isn’t interested in the added attention. He’d rather be left out of the discussion. “No, it doesn’t bother me at all. Like I said, I play a lot better when the media is not asking me questions,” Watson said. “At the end of the day, it’s not about what people say about me. It’s what’s in my head. I’m trying to get better at the game of golf, trying to get better at the game of life. So I’m not worried about Big Three, Big Four, Big Five.” WGC-Cadillac Championship: Articles, photos and videos Of course, Watson prefaced his answer by interjecting, “It’s ‘Big Four’ now because of Rickie [Fowler].” Ladies and gentlemen, the Fab Five. Fowler has been elbowing his way into the conversation for two years now but raised the stakes with his victory over Spieth and McIlroy in January at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship and his runner-up showing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open last month. Fowler has as many worldwide victories (three) as Spieth the last three months and, by his own assessment, is a major away from officially joining the game’s marketed elite. However many more you include atop golf’s billboard depends on your point of view. Dustin Johnson, winner of last year’s WGC at Doral, has been consistent but not clutch when he has needed to be on Sunday; his closing 69 two weeks ago at Riviera serves as his most recent crunch-time lapse. Adam Scott has emerged from what some predicted would be a career nadir with a runner-up at the Northern Trust Open and a win at the Honda Classic. “Sometimes when you’re starting further down the list, you’re more driven to kind of get back up to the top, and I’m kind of on that path again like I was maybe a few years ago,” Scott said. However many seats there are at the big table, and however reactionary the obsessive desire to label has become, having all of the principals in the same zip code for a week is a reason to take notice. Not that the game’s top players need extra motivation. “I don’t think any of us are buying into any added motivation or excitement based on a pairing. I don’t think we would at any point,” Spieth said. “For me personally, I would say, sure, it’s going to be a lot of fun, because I enjoy playing with both of them. But I don’t think anyone’s buying into the Big Three, because I’ve spent a good amount of time on this stage saying that I don’t think that’s a necessary comparison when you look at the Big Three from the past.” The members of golf’s most exclusive club seem to find incentive elsewhere. “There’s going to be a lot of people out there. I’ve just got to try to get in my own little world out there,” said Day, who in 16 rounds at Doral has only two rounds in the 60s. “I really want to play well this week. I don’t know if it’s the last — is it the last time we’re going to be playing here at Trump? I’m not sure.” With Cadillac ending its sponsorship of the Miami stop this year, the future for Doral depends on the circuit finding a new title sponsor willing to share the spotlight with Trump – which is proving more difficult than one would think. But if this is Doral’s exit from golf’s top stage, at least there is an all-star cast, however many may be in that group, to send it off in style.
ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, EMILY SHAPIRO, MELISSA GRIFFIN and IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(NEW YORK) — At least two fatalities have been reported so far after fast-moving Hurricane Zeta, a Category 2 storm, made landfall on the southeastern coast of Louisiana.The storm landed near Cocodrie, Louisiana, around 5:15 p.m. with wind speeds reaching 110 mph. This is the strongest hurricane landfall in the continental U.S. this late in the season in over 100 years, and the storm could potentially delivering a storm surge of up to 11 feet.Zeta, as of 2 a.m. Thursday, is now a tropical storm as it weakens over central Alabama. The hurricane and storm surge warnings for the Mississippi coast and Florida panhandle have been discontinued.In New Orleans, where fierce winds ripped through the city Wednesday night, New Orleans EMS reported an electrocution fatality in the 8200 block of Palm Street shortly before 8 p.m. The agency said it was tracking many down power lines and urged people to stay inside. New Orleans police also asked residents to shelter in place due to downed power lines, trees and tree branches.The storm disrupted power for more than 542,000 customers throughout the southeast section of Louisiana as of 9 p.m. local time. As a result of the power loss, Lafourche Parish announced a curfew went into effect at 7 p.m. and was slated to be lifted at 6 a.m. Thursday.Mississippi reported more than 167,000 customers had lost power because of the storm, while over 105,000 had lost power in Alabama.At least one person was reported dead by Biloxi, Mississippi, Police Chief John Miller, who told ABC News affiliate WLOZ-TV that there was a storm-related fatality.“I know that we have at least one death related to the storm right now, I do not have any details to give you on that other than we know that one person has perished because of the storm,” Miller told the station.In Jefferson Parish, Zeta breached three major levees in Grand Isle, the town said, also sharing a photo of the damage.Waveland, Mississippi, saw a gust of 104 mph.Tropical storm watches were issued from Mississippi to Alabama to the Florida Panhandle, and even parts of the western Carolinas, including Greenville and Asheville.The forecastA major threat will be a storm surge of up to 9 feet in Alabama and Mississippi.Gulfport and Biloxi could see wind gusts topping 90 mph.Powerful wind gusts could also reach 90 mph in New Orleans. The city canceled all public school classes for Wednesday.New Orleans Regional Transit Authority is suspending all bus, streetcar and ferry services beginning at noon.Rain won’t be as big of a threat. Some areas could see up to 6 inches of rainfall and possible flooding.Tornadoes are possible in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.Louisiana has been especially hard-hit this hurricane season. Zeta is the third hurricane to make landfall in Louisiana in two months.Because Zeta is moving so quickly, heavy rain and powerful wind gusts will extend well inland across the Southeast, which could cause power outages overnight. Wind gusts Thursday morning could top 50 mph from Atlanta to the western Carolinas.Zeta’s remnants will then slam the Northeast with rain and snow Thursday into Friday. The first accumulating, widespread snowfall of the season is possible for Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York’s Hudson Valley.The last time a hurricane made landfall in the U.S. so late in the calendar year was Hurricane Kate in November 1985.Hurricane Zeta is the 27th named storm of the season. In 2005, there were 28.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and acurriculum vitae or resume to [email protected] In addition to Lipscomb’s main campuses in the Green Hills areaof Nashville, Tennessee, there are two satellite locations inNashville, one branch campus in Austin, Texas and numerous onlineprograms. As a private, Christian institution, Lipscomb Universityis committed to developing students whose academic excellence,faith and practice reflect the university’s ideas of globalcitizenship. Recognized for its academic excellence, distinctivelyChristian identity, and heritage in Churches of Christ, Lipscombhas been on a substantial growth trajectory for more than a decade.Founded in 1891, the institution includes both Lipscomb Universityand Lipscomb Academy. At the heart of Lipscomb University are morethan 860 full-time faculty and staff at the University and 160full-time faculty and staff at the Academy who are committed tocreating a lasting impact beyond the campus, serving the good ofhumanity to the glory of God. Lipscomb University invites nominations and applications for theposition of President who will serve as the chief executive officerfor the university. Lipscomb University seeks a visionary leader to oversee allaspects of the institution, advance its mission, and articulate astrong vision for Christian higher education, the centralimportance of the liberal arts and sciences in undergraduateeducation, and integration of Christian faith and practice withacademic excellence in both undergraduate and graduateprograms. Andrea McDaniel [email protected] President, Lipscomb University Visit https://carterbaldwin.com/opportunities/liupre/to learn more. Lipscomb University complies with all applicable federal andstate nondiscrimination laws and does not engage in prohibiteddiscrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, color,national or ethnic origin, or disability in its employmentpractices.
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Payton Vince Before the Cleveland Indians played their first game of two for Thursday’s double header, the team tweeted out a video of Indians players’ commenting on their “Most Amazing Moment”.Here are some of the memories players have had:Lonnie Chisenhall :“My most amazing moment was when we clinched in Toronto to go to the World Series. We answered back so many times throughout the playoffs, where a guy would go down, we would be doubted, then we would prove ourselves. Once we were there it was the best thing I have been apart of.”Roberto Perez :“Last year in the World Series. Game One I hit two homers in one game. I was so excited, I was able to do that in front of my family. They don’t come to the United States much but ya know having that day, they were there. To be able to do that in front of them was a special moment.”Jason Kipnis :“It has to be the home run at Wrigley in the World Series. Everything went silent after that, including the crowd. Which was pretty cool for me because then they tried to do the 7th inning stretch right then and no one was singing. I was able to enjoy it even longer”Andrew Miller :“I don’t really tend to think of the things I do on a baseball field as special individually, I think the teams I have been on are what stand out the most. Obviously, we had a pretty special team last year. The moment I think of from last year is honestly Rajai’s homer. I know that game didn’t go our way we didn’t quite finish it, but I don’t know if I have been part of such an exciting/ emotional swing of possibilities is when Rajai hit that ball.”Brandon Guyer :“I’m going to have to say that last year was probably the coolest moment. Coming to this team, getting through the postseason, getting to the World Series and playing in the World Series because not everyone can say that. Then going to Game 7, Raj’s home run to tie it up has to be the coolest moment I have had on the baseball field.”Carlos Carrasco :“For me, it’s every day. Every time when I come to the stadium I enjoy it, this is my family.”If you would like to see the full video, see the tweet below.We think you’ll really like Clubhouse Confidential vol. II: Our players’ most amazing on-field moments. https://t.co/hOYFZgA523 pic.twitter.com/3R2Uou9iZH— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) August 17, 2017 Related TopicsAndrew MillerBrandon GuyerCarlos CarrascoCleveland Indians MemoriesJason KipnisLonnie ChisenhallRoberto Perez Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com.
COLUMBIA – It probably would be hard to find an athlete who has enjoyed donning the garnet and black of the University of South Carolina football team more than Dylan Thompson.Preparing to play his final game as the Gamecocks’ quarterback, the fifth-year senior who already has his diploma in his back pocket just wants to find a way to send his teammates out of what has been a disappointing season with a win in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl.Thompson set the program record for most passing yards in a season, but as far as he is concerned, the only thing that matters is the team.“I wouldn’t choose anyone else to play with other than the guys on this team,” said Thompson, who was not made available to the media during the pre-bowl practices, after the Gamecocks’ 35-17 loss to Clemson. “We all love each other. It is a blessing to do what we do and we’re looking forward to playing in the bowl game.”Gamecocks fan guide to the 2014 Independence BowlSpurrier: “I’m just not that important.”Thompson has completed 278 of 417 passes for 3,280 yards with 24 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. The 2014 season, his first as the team’s starter, has not gone to plan, however.With a 6-6 record, the Gamecocks have dropped as many games as they had in the three previous seasons combined.Thompson has made mistakes along the way but showed he had what it takes not only to be USC’s quarterback but also its leader.“We’ll sum it up here in another week and see,” USC quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus said when asked to sum up Thompson’s career with the Gamecocks. “But Dylan has done some good things and been a great leader here. Hopefully, he can finish the thing off the right way next week.”There have been many big moments for Thompson. Probably the best came in 2012 when he started against Clemson in place of Connor Shaw, who was out because of an injury.He led the Gamecocks to a 10-point road win against their rival.Things did not do as well against the Tigers in Death Valley this season, however, as they outplayed USC in every phase of the game.“Obviously, you can imagine it is not the best feeling in the world,” Thompson said after the loss. “But this is not going to define who we are. We have had many wins — many wins — over these guys, but today they came to play and they beat us.”With the graduation of Shaw, Thompson took ownership of the squad. He proved to be very good at it, and the team gravitated to his leadership style.“I just enjoy my teammates,” Thompson said. “That’s the biggest thing. We just have a blast together. I love every guy in that locker room. That’s what really matters. Records, those things will be broken by different people down the road. Those things are fleeting. But, my teammates, the relationships we have, that will last.”Mangus is confident Thompson will come to play Dec. 27 when the Gamecocks take on Miami in Shreveport, Louisiana.“He has prepared like he always has,” Mangus said. “He has had some good practices so far. It is his last one. I know he wants to play well in his last one, and I think he will.”USC senior wide receiver Nick Jones, who has been a friend of Thompson for most of his life, said he appreciates what Thompson has given to the program.“I honestly think he will go down as one of the all-time great leaders to ever come to this school,” Jones said. “We didn’t have the season we wanted, but Dylan has been a leader on and off the field. He truly shows it.”
NEW YORK | Parents around the world have been understandably shaken by the hacking of a VTech database containing information on the more than 6 million children who use the company’s toys.But what’s a parent to do? Internet-connected toys such as VTech’s tablets, which ask parents to create personalized profiles for their children, continue to grow in popularity and are expected on many holiday gift lifts this season.Meanwhile, children have larger digital footprints than ever before, often starting at birth with an announcement on Facebook or other social media.Here are some answers to common questions about VTech’s breach and how to protect your kids’ information online:FILE – In this Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010, file photo, a boy looks at VTech’s V.Reader, an interactive e-reader for children ages 3 and older, in New York. Parents around the world have been understandably shaken by the hacking of a VTech database containing information on the more than 6 million children who use the company’s toys. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)WHAT KIND OF INFORMATION DID HACKERS ACCESS IN THE VTECH BREACH?The attack compromised the profiles of 6.4 million kids around the world, along with the 4.9 million parent accounts that they were connected to.The parental accounts included names, email addresses, secret questions and answers for password retrieval, numeric Internet Protocol addresses, mailing addresses, download histories and encrypted passwords. But information in the children’s accounts was restricted to names, ages and genders, the Hong Kong-based company says.The breach didn’t expose any credit-card or other financial account information, as payments are handled by an outside company on a separate website.Some reports suggested that photos of children and chats between kids and their parents might also have been accessed, but VTech Holdings Ltd. says it’s still investigating and can’t confirm that yet.WHY IS THIS A BIG DEAL?The worry is that even basic pieces of information could allow nefarious people to start building profiles of children, potentially setting them up for identity theft or worse down the road.David Dewey, director of research for Pindrop Security, says kids have no credit history and their parents generally aren’t checking their credit reports, making them easy targets.“Fraud could go undetected for years, till they try to open what they think is their first credit card account,” says Dewey, also a father to a pair of elementary school-aged girls.While the worst case scenario would be for the information to be used to kidnap a child, the scenario of a “virtual kidnapping” is more likely, he says.In that kind of situation, a person would call a parent and use the information they had about their child to convince them that they had kidnapped the child and demand a ransom. A voice recording would make such a scam much more convincing, Dewey says. Voice is something that some VTech devices collect, but it’s unclear if any got stolen in the breach.IS IT SAFE TO ENTER INFORMATION ABOUT MY KIDS INTO TOYS LIKE THESE?Parents have become very accustomed to handing over personal information to companies in order to get a more personalized experience, whether they’re setting up a kid’s toy or signing up for Netflix. But there’s always a chance that the database where it’s stored could be hacked.Parents have to weigh the importance of the information they’re giving up against the benefits of having it collected.Mark Nunnikhoven, vice president of cloud research for the IT security company Trend Micro, notes that when it comes to toys like VTech’s, there’s nothing stopping you from setting up your child’s account with a different name, fake picture and other false information. And most of the time, you can refuse to provide it all together.WHAT ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA?It’s not realistic to expect most parents to stop posting childhood milestones of Facebook. Social media is often the most efficient way to share pictures and videos with friends and family who live far away.But Nunnikhoven, also a father to two young kids, says it’s important that parents monitor their privacy settings and make sure that what their posting is only going to friends and family. Parents also should think twice before posting pictures of events like school outings and concerts where there are other children involved.And it’s generally a good idea to stay away from Twitter, which basically broadcasts your information to the entire world, he says.WHAT ABOUT TWEENS AND TEENS WITH THEIR OWN ACCOUNTS? IS IT EVEN POSSIBLE TO CONTROL THEM?Add this to the long list of things that make parenting hard.Dewey, who doesn’t have a Facebook account because of security worries, tells his daughters to question whether the world really needs to know what they’re about to say online before they say it.Nunnikhoven says that like any other tough issue you talk about with your kids, the important thing is to keep talking about it.“Not only are the children changing faster than we would like, so is the technology,” he says. “As a parent, you need to stay on top of those things.”Follow Bree Fowler at https://twitter.com/APBreeFowler . Her work can be found at https://bigstory.ap.org/author/bree-fowler.
OLYMPIC LEGENDS—From left: Bob Beamon, Wyomia Tyus, Franco Harris, John Carlos, Herb Douglas, unknown man, Charles Jenkins, and Andrew Masich.“I was in the air so high and so long I thought I was never going to come down!” That was the response Olympic legend and historic record holder Bob Beamon offered when I asked him what it felt like in the moment. That moment being setting the world record in the long jump at the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games. He still holds that record and if it is not broken this year in the 2016 Games, it will reach 50 years in 2018. Simply unbelivable.Robert “Bob” Beamon joined several other Olympic legends this past July 18 at the magnificent Senator John Heinz History Center and Western Pa. Sports Museum. Also on hand were Harrison Dillard, Dr. John Carlos, Herb Douglas, Wyomia Tyus and Dr. Charles Lamont Jenkins.Officially entitled the Renaissance Period of the African American in Sports, the evening was a showcase, dedication, and tribute to the nine (9) track and field medalists of the 1936 Olympic games.MORE OLYMPIANS—From left: Listening to speaker are Harrison Dillard, John Carlos, Bob Beamon, and Wyomia Tyus.Certainly and obviously we are aware and often times reminded of the legendary greatness that was Jesse Owens, but the documentary that the living legends represented reminds and informs us that there were other Black athletes in the infamous Hitler controlled German Olympics that helped dispel the “White Aryan race dominance” put forth at that time.
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Annaghdown 18:00, Ref: Frank KinneenDivision 3 League, Venue: Inis Oírr, (Round 2), Oileáin Arainn V Barna 13:00, Ref: Máirtín GríofaDivision 3 League, Venue: Dunmore, (Round 6), Dunmore MacHales V Headford 18:00, Ref: Gerry DalyJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 6), Sylane V Meelick-Eyrecourt 19:30, Ref: Leonard FayJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 5), Ballygar V Craughwell 18:00, Ref: Joe LarkinJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5), Gort V Michael Breathnach 18:00, Ref: Seamus MoranJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 5), St Thomas V Skehana 19:30, Ref: Christopher BrowneJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Mullagh Hurling Club Grounds, (Round 7), Mullagh V Pádraig Pearses 19:00, Ref: Peter MurphyJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Clarinbridge, (Round 7), Clarinbridge V Ballinasloe 19:00, Ref: John Mc DonaghJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Cappataggle, (Round 7), Cappataggle V Kiltormer 19:00, Ref: John RosneyJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Ballinderreen, (Round 7), Ballinderreen V Ahascragh/Fohenagh 19:00, Ref: Ger O ConnorJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Carnmore GAA Club , (Round 6), Carnmore V Oranmore-Maree 19:00, Ref: Fergal BerminghamJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Baile Doite Pitch & Clubhouse, (Round 6), Moycullen V Annaghdown 19:00, Ref: Murt CulainUnder 12 Hurling League – Group 5, Venue: Ballymacward, (Round 8), Pádraig Pearses V Micheal Breathnach 12:00, Ref: David CorbettCar Parts Warehouse Division 5 (West), Venue: Renvyle, (Round 7), Renvyle V Micheal Breathnach 18:30, Ref: Mairtin O MaininDivision 5 (North), Venue: Mountbellew, (Round 7), Mountbellew/Moylough V St. James 18:00, Ref: Sean LyonsDivision 6 (North), Venue: Williamstown, (Round 5), Williamstown V Caltra 18:00, Ref: John CahillDivision 7 (North), Venue: Ballymacward, (Round 7), Padraig Pearses V St Brendan’s 18:00, Ref: Lloyd KellyDivision 8A (North), Venue: Glenamaddy, (Round 5), Glenamaddy V Annaghdown 17:00, Ref: Charlie WardDivision 8A (North), Venue: Corofin , (Round 5), Corofin V Milltown 17:30, Ref: Padraic KellyDivision 8B (North), Venue: Oranmore, (Round 5), Oranmore-Maree V Claregalway 18:00, Ref: Michael RuaneMon 31 Jul Junior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Carnmore, (Round 6), Turloughmore V Liam Mellows 19:00, Ref: Kevin EganJunior C Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Leitrim Community Centre, (Round 5), Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Ballinderreen 19:00, Ref: Joe LarkinTue 01 Aug Division 1 League, Venue: Tuam Stars, (Round 6), Tuam Stars V Mountbellew/Moylough 19:45, Ref: Austin O’Connellprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Thu 27 Jul U13 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Duggan Park , (Cup Semi-Final), Craughwell V Loughrea 18:30, Ref: TBCU13 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Duggan Park , (Cup Semi-Final), Turloughmore V Castlegar 19:30, Ref: TBCU13 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Clarinbridge, (Shield Semi-Final), Clarinbridge V Athenry 18:45, Ref: TBCU13 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Bullaun, (Shield Semi-Final), Sarsfields V Kilnadeema-Leitrim 18:45, Ref: TBCU13 B Hurling Championship, Venue: Craughwell, (Cup Semi-Final), Liam Mellows V Sylane 18:30, Ref: TBCU13 B Hurling Championship, Venue: Craughwell, (Cup Semi-Final), Cois Fharraige V Tommy Larkins 19:30, Ref: TBCJunior C Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Bullaun, (Round 5), Kilbeacanty V Sarsfields 19:00, Ref: James LundonCar Parts Warehouse Division 7 (West), Venue: Páirc an Chathánaigh, (Round 7), An Cheathrú Rua V Barna 20:00, Ref: Alan Carr Wed 26 Jul U16 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Loughrea, (Shield Final Replay), Carnmore V Gort 19:30, Ref: Liam GordonU16 B Hurling Championship, Venue: Duggan Park , (Shield Final Replay), Ballygar V Clarinbridge 19:30, Ref: Conor QuinlanU16 C Hurling Championship , Venue: Duggan Park , (Cup Final Replay), Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Mountbellew/Moylough 18:15, Ref: Ronan StankardJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Portumna, (Round 6), Portumna V Castlegar 19:30, Ref: Peter CampbellU13 A1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Oranmore, (Playoff), Oranmore-Maree V Ballinasloe 19:00, Ref: Paul FahyCar Parts Warehouse Minor B Football Championship – West, Venue: Killannin, (Round 1), Killanin V Clifden 19:30, Ref: Frank KinneenCar Parts Warehouse Minor B Football Championship – West, Venue: Pairc an Chathánaigh, (Round 2), An Cheathrú Rua V Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh 19:30, Ref: Liam Conghaile