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Six Kildare clubs are in Leinster football club action this weekend.


7 Kildare clubs are in Leinster football club action this weekend.

On Sunday  senior champions Naas play Tullamore at 1pm in St. Conleth’s Park.  We’ll have commentary with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe.

Also on Sunday, senior women’s champions Eadestown are home to Dublin champions Foxrock Cabinteely at 2pm.  We’ll have live updates with Caoimhe Harney.

Tomorrow Kilcock are away to Wicklow intermediate champions An Tochar at 1pm, while Kilcullen play that county’s junior champions Barnderrig in St. Conleth’s also at 1pm.

We’ll have commentary of the Kilcock/An Tochar game with Ger McNally, and live updates of Kilcullen’s game with Seamus Dillon: both games from 1pm

Also, tomorrow,

In Ladies football, Kilcock are away to Navan O’Mahoney’s in the Leinster intermediate championship, while Cappagh, with 5 Mulligan sisters, on board go to Killarerin in Wexford in the Junior Championship.

Sportsbeat Saturday, 1pm to 6pm with Paul Power is in association with Moyglare Sand and Gravel, Kilcock

Sportsbeat Sunday, also from 1pm to 6pm, with John Dunne is in association with, Auxilia Consultants, Millennium Park, Naas,

Last night’s local results:

U23 Football A Championship Quarter Final 

Clane 1-21 V Athy 0-7 

Celbridge 2-10 V Sarsfields 2-5


Shane Lowry is the clubhouse leader on the second day of golf's D-P World Tour Championship.

The former Open champion moved to 10-under-par with a bogey-free round of 65 which included an eagle and five birdies.

Rory McIlroy slipped back to nine-under with a double bogey on his last hole today.

Jack Byrne has completed his return to Shamrock Rovers.

The Republic of Ireland international has signed a two-year contract at Tallaght Stadium.

The Hoops will lift the Premier Division trophy after tonight’s match against Drogheda.

Finn Harps know a win at home to Longford Town would secure their top-flight status for next season.

Waterford are behind Harps on goal difference in the relegation playoff spot ahead of hosting cup finalists St Pat's.

Bohemians can book their place in Europe with victory at third-place Sligo while Dundalk take on Derry at Oriel Park.

Ireland head-coach Andy Farrell will probably pair Munster’s Conor Murray and Joey Carbery for Sunday’s Autumn international against Argentina.

They’re due to replace injured duo Jamison Gibson-Park and Johnny Sexton.

James Ryan will skipper the team with Robbie Henshaw pushing for a start in midfield having overcome a foot injury.
Today’s racing is in Dundalk from 4pm.


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