1. #RWC2011 There’s just one game down for decision in New Zealand today as Wales go off in search of a bonus point against Namibia.
The second half is well underway in New Plymouth, and you can catch up with all the latest in our minute-by-minute report here.
2. #GAA Cork dual star Teddy McCarthy is expected to be named as Laois senior hurling manager next week, pending ratification by the O’Moore’s county board.
McCarthy, who won two All-Ireland hurling titles with the Rebels as a player, will replace Brendan Fennelly who walked away from the post after a drubbing by Cork in this year’s All-Ireland qualifiers.
Late fightbacks from Irish Open champion Suzann Pettersen and Caroline Hedwall turned the tide over the closing holes, helping Europe to a 15-13 win.
4. #GAA Cork are the All-Ireland Ladies Football champions once again after they edged Monaghan by just two points, 2-07 to 0-11, in Croke Park yesterday.
Goals from Nollaig Cleary and Rhona Ní Bhuachalla ensured that the Rebels took home their sixth All-Ireland crown in seven years.
5. #FEDEX CUP America’s Bill Haas is over $11m richer this morning after he defeated Hunter Mahan in the Tour Championship play-off last night.
After saving par with a superb up-and-down on the second extra hole, Haas went on to pick up the tournament first prize of $1.4m as well as the tasty FedEx Cup bonus of $10m.
6. #GOLAZO How about this for a long-range header by Odd Grenland’s Jone Samuelsen? We really need to start watching more Norwegian football.