Sexton makes 100th appearance for Ireland tomorrow
Tomorrow, Saturday Ballymore take on Kilcock in the replay of the men’s intermediate football final at St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, with throw-in at 1.30pm.
Phillie Wolfe & Ger McNally will have full commentary in association Moyglare Sand & Gravel, Kilcock.
It's men's senior football county final weekend here in Co. Kildare.
On Sunday Naas take on Sarsfields in the final, for the first time since the early 1900s.
The Minor A football final will take place at 12pm, when Balyna take on Maynooth.
Ger McNally will have coverage of the game.
Then at 2pm, the men's senior football final will throw-in.
Naas haven't won the title since 1991.
Here's player/manager Eoin Doyle on his team:
Sarsfields selector, Michael Brown:
But tonight, the women's county final takes place in Manguard Plus Hawkfield.
The game between Leixlip & Eadestown throws-in at 8pm.
Antonio Conte earned his first win as Tottenham Hotspur manager as the North London club beat Vitesse Arnhem 3-2 in the Europa Conference League.
West Ham are into the knockout stage of the Europa League following a 2-2 draw at Genk.
Celtic kept alive their hopes of progressing out of their group after they beat Ferencvaros 3-2.
Here at home, Dundalk gained a vital 1-0 victory over Drogheda United in the League of Ireland Premier Division.
Tonight, Finn Harps host Derry City, it's Waterford up against champions Shamrock Rovers, and St Patrick's Athletic face Sligo Rovers.
Elsewhere, Eddie Howe has agreed in principle to become the new manager of Newcastle United on a 2 and a half year deal.
The Magpies are in the relegation zone of the Premier League.
In the Premier League tonight, Southampton host Aston Villa.
Johnny Sexton will make his 100th appearance for Ireland against Japan in tomorrow's November international at the Aviva Stadium.
Here's former Irish international Alan Quinlan on the Leinster player's contribution to the national team:
Padraig Harrington is tied for fourth going into round 2 of the Portugal Masters.
He's 4 under par, with Nino Bertasio out in front on 10 under.
Jonathan Caldwell is 2 under and Cormac Sharvin is 5 over.
Seamus Power leads the Irish challenge on 3 under par following round one of the World Wide Technology Championship in Mexico, 7 shots behind leader Matthew Wolff.
Graeme McDowell is 1 under and Shane Lowry is level par.
There's a meeting on the all weather today at Dundalk, with the first off at 3.45pm.
It's also the first day of the Breeder's Cup meeting at Del Mar in California.