Q Radio Sport
Sunday sees the final round of golf's Irish Open.
The overnight leader was Australian Lucas Herbert.
Rory McIlroy has slipped out of contention.
Armagh face Antrim in the Ulster Football Championship quarter-finals on Sunday afternoon.
Throw-in at the Athletic Grounds is 3.30pm.
The winners will progress to play Monaghan who beat Fermanagh on Saturday.
FT: Ulster Championship— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) July 3, 2021
Quarter-final, Clones @monaghangaa 1-21@FermanaghGAA 0-14 #Ulster2021 pic.twitter.com/Y5HvTDNKeX
Other weekend highlights so far include -
A maiden win in the North West:
FT: League of Ireland@derrycityfc 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) July 2, 2021
McLaughlin, Thomson @WaterfordFCie 0
Evan McLaughlin scores on impressive Derry debut at the Brandywell. First home win this year. As it stands, Candystripes move above Dundalk into 6th place #LOI
And in women's GAA, victory in another crunch match for the Orchard County:
FT: Ulster Senior Football Championship— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) July 2, 2021
Semi-final@ArmaghLGFA 2-20 @TyroneLGFA 1-10
There's no stopping the girls from County Armagh at the Athletic Grounds as the holders storm through to another Ulster final.