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Big Weekend for Kildare LGFA; Loughman and Beirne in Munster side for URC final; Guineas Weekend begins this evening at the Curragh; Kfm Weekend Sports Preview, 6.30pm - previewing all the weekend action.

 

A big weekend ahead for Kildare Ladies football.

On Sunday, the senior ladies play Wexford in the Leinster Intermediate final in Laois Hire O’Moore Park at 2pm.

Kfm will have full commentary of the game with Seamus Dillon and Tara Byrne, in association with Dowlings Bar, Ballyshannon

 

Live music & sport bar: Proud Sponsors of Kildare Ladies Footballers 045 485 229

 

Meanwhile, the Leinster champions Kildare U14 girls go to Roscommon tomorrow to play Mayo in the Platinum Under 14 All Ireland semi final at 2pm

More Music Saturday Sportsbeat, with Ross Lindsay, will keep you up to date with the scores.

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Shamrock Rovers can return to the top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table tonight, if they avoid defeat away to Cork City.

Bohemians and Shelbourne meet in Dalymount Park.  

St Pat's play Dundalk.  Drogheda United host UCD
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Conor Murray, Malakai Fekitoa and Calvin Nash have been named in the Munster side for tomorrow's BKT URC final against DHL Stormers,

All four missed the semi-final win over Leinster

Jack Crowley, who started at 12 at the Aviva Stadium two weeks ago, moves to out-half

Fekitoa resumes his centre partnership with Antoine Frisch in midfield

Nash joins full-back Mike Haley and Shane Daly in the back three.

The pack is unchanged with captain Peter O'Mahony joined by John Hodnett and Gavin Coombes in the back row.

Athy’s Jeremy Loughman, Diarmuid Barron and Stephen Archer pack down in the front row

Jean Kleyn, and Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne start in the engine room.

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Ireland's Women's Four secured their place in the 'A' final after finishing third in this morning's repechage at the European Rowing Championships in Slovenia.

Olympic medallists Aifric Keogh, Eimear Lambe and Fiona Murtagh are joined by Tara Hanlon.

Siobhan McCrohan won her lightweight single sculls repechage this morning to also seal her spot in the A final.

Sanita Puspure and Zoe Hyde powered to victory in the Women's Double Sculls repechage, securing passage to the A final.

Aoife Casey and Margaret Cremen are also through to the 'A' final in the Lightweight Women's Double Sculls,

Later on, Fintan McCarthy and Hugh Moore will go in their semi-final of the men's lightweight double sculls, having edged out Poland in yesterday's heat.

McCarthy is seeking a third European title in a row

This time he is partnered by World U23 silver medallist Moore, who replaces Paul O'Donovan, with the latter currently sitting exams.

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Stage 19 of the Giro d'Italia is underway

Cork's Eddie Dunbar is fourth in general classification. Ben Healy is second in the mountain classification.

Today's route is one of the toughest, with five climbs across 183 kilometres.

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Padraig Harrington leads the field after his opening round at the Senior PGA Championship.

He’s eight-under-par after carding a course record 64 in Texas.

Darren Clarke is three-under, with Paul McGinley on one-over.

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Its Tattersalls Guineas weekend at the Curragh from this evening

There's an eight race card today from10-to-five.

Tomorrow is 2000 Guineas day, while Sunday features the 1000 Guineas.

Kfm will broadcast live from the Curragh tomorrow and Sunday from 1.30 to 5.30 both afternoons, in association with the Curragh Racecourse, home of the Classics:  see curragh.ie. for details of the weekend.

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Finally a reminder about the Weekend Preview from 6.30 this evening: analysis of all the weekend sport, including Sunday’s LGFA Leinster Intermediate football final.
 

 

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