Throw-in at 8pm!
Tonight in the LGFA Senior Football Championship Final, holders Eadestown play Sarsfields.
Throw-in at 8pm, in Manguard Plus Hawkfield.
Tickets available here.
This morning Sarsfields GAA have announced men's Senior Football Manager Davy Burke, has decided not to continue his role for the 2023 season.
This weekend's 'Sportsbeat', Saturday and Sunday from 2pm, is in association Pat Keogh Skoda Ballybrittas.
At 2pm in St. Conleth’s Park, Éire Óg Corra Choill play Naas in the Senior B Hurling Final.
Second semi-final of Joe Mallon Motors SFC
Athy v Clane at 4pm in St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge
KFM will have full commentary of the game with Ger McNally & Phillie Wolfe.
UPMC Senior Hurling Final, Maynooth V Naas at 3.30pm
Ger McNally & Seamus Dillon will have full commentary, in association with PhysioFit Kildare, Buckley's Lane, Maynooth.
KFM will also have updates of the Future Ticketing Minor Hurling A Final:
Celbridge v Naas at 1.30pm, also in St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge
Local derby tonight, in the Leinster Senior League Newbridge Town face Leixlip United, in Station Road.
Kick-off at 7.45pm.
The Republic of Ireland Under 21s take on Israel in the first leg of their European Championship play off at Tallaght Stadium this evening.
Senior player Aaron Connolly is set to start.
An under 21 team has never qualified for a UEFA finals tournament before.
Kick off is at 7pm.
Sanita Puspure and Zoe Hyde are into the A-final of the women's double sculls of the World Rowing Championships in the Czech Republic
They finished second in their semi final.
Lydia Heaphy came home in third place in the lightweight women's single sculls B final.
Hugh Moore was also third in the D Final of the lightweight men's single sculls.
Leinster face Benetton in the United Rugby Championship at the RDS this evening, where kick-off is at 7.35pm.
Roger Federer brings the curtain down on an outstanding tennis career by playing doubles with Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup in London later.
The Listowel festival continues with 8 races from 1.40pm; Dundalk also hosts 8 races from 5pm.