3 Kildare GAA Teams in action; FA Cup Weekend; URC & AIL; McIlroy & Reed Share Dubai Lead; Liffey Celtics in Basketball Superleague; Kildare Indoor T&F Championships. Kfm's Weekend Sports Preview, this evening from 6.30pm including GAA manager interviews: Glenn Ryan, David Herity, Diane O'Hora; Racing preview.
Three Kildare GAA teams in weekend action.
Kildare footballers begin their League campaign vs Dublin tomorrow in Croke Park at 5 o’clock.
Manager Glenn Ryan is working off a panel of 34 which was announced this morning and elsewhere on our website.
Kfm will have full commentary of tomrorrow evening’s game with Ger McNally and Peter McConnon, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown
Full interview with Glenn on this evening’s preview from 6.30pm
Following their Keogh Cup wins over Carlow, Wicklow and Down, David Herity’s side returns to action tomorrow.
They play Meath in Dunganny Pitch 2 at 1pm. A draw will suffice to give Kildare the Cup. No lineout has been confirmed yet.
The team was announced last night and is on our website
Kfm will have live updates with Seamus Dillon, beginning with team news at 12.45pm
Kildare women footballers continue their National League campaign on Sunday vs Longford at 2pm in St. Conleth’s Park
No team lineout til later tonight after training.
Kfm will have live updates of Sundays game from 2pm with Tara Byrne
THIS EVENING’S WEEKEND PREVIEW FROM 6.30 WILL PREVIEW THE 3 GAMES.
Sean Dyche is expected to be appointed as the new manager of Everton today.
Dyche managed Burnley for almost a decade, and they finished seventh in 2018.
The weekend's FA Cup fourth round action begins tonight with a meeting of the top two sides in the Premier League.
Manchester City host Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium from 8pm.
World Rugby vice-chairperson Bernard Laporte has resigned as President of the French Rugby Federation.
In December he was given a two year suspended prison sentence and a 75 thousand euro fine for corruption.
Ulster defending champions Stormers in the United Rugby Championship this evening at 7.35 in Belfast.
In the AIL tomorrow, Naas are home to Banbridge (live updates on Kfm) at 2.30 in Division 1B
In Division 2a, 4th place MU Barnhall are away to Navan
Novak Djokovic is through to the final of the Australian Open tennis after a straight-sets win over Tommy Paul.
Djokovic will play Stefanos Tsitsipas in Sunday's final,
Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed are both one shot off the lead at the weather delayed Dubai Desert Classic.
The pair are 6 under par after rounds of 66 yesterday.
Shane Lowry is 2 under par after an opening round of 70 this morning.
The Kildare indoor Track and Field championships will take place in Athlone tomorrow.
Events will take place, from 9.30am, for under age to Senior
More Music Sportsbeat Saturday, from 2pm, will have live updates from the National Indoor Arena
Women’s Superleague, Liffey Celtics play league leaders Glanmire, tomorrow at7pm in Leixlip Amenities Centre.
Celtics are 6th in the table on 12 points
Dundalk Stadium from 4.30pm this afternoon
REMINDER TO JOIN Paul Power FOR THIS EVENING’S WEEKEND PREVIEW FROM 6.30: including manager interviews. GAA, Soccer, Rugby, Basketball, Athletics and Racing.