Kildare men's minor football & senior hurling teams named
Kildare Senior Hurling Team to play Westmeath in Saturday's Joe McDonagh Cup fixture in Cusack Park, Mullingar, has been named.
KFM will have live commentary with Ger McNally & Mark Moloney on Saturday Sportsbeat.
Manager David Herity looks forward to the game:
The Kildare Men's Minor Football Team to play Carlow in Saturday's Leinster MFC fixture in St. Conleth's Park, Newbridge, has been named.
Last night's local results, in the
2020 Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship
St. Laurence's GAA 2-15 V Ardclough 1-10
2021 EMS Copiers Senior Football League Division 4 Group A
Rathcoffey 0-20 V Cappagh 0-6
2021 Reserve Football League Division 2
Round Towers GAA Club Kildare Town 1-11 V Eadestown 0-7
2021 Senior Hurling League Division 3
Naas Hurling Club 2-15 V Maynooth Hurling Club 3-7
Broadford 1-10 V Kilcock 0-6
It was a night of mixed fortunes for the League of Ireland sides in Europe last night.
Dundalk hammered Newtown of Wales 4-0 in the first leg of their Europa Conference League qualifier.
Bohemians earned a 1-1 draw away to Stjarnan in Iceland.
But Greg Bolger was sent off as Sligo were beaten 1-nil by F-H, also in Iceland.
Meanwhile Dundalk boss Vinny Perth has called Derry City 'disgraceful' for announcing the signing of Patrick McEleney minutes after their game.
St. Patrick's Athletic can move level on points with Sligo and Shamrock Rovers, if they beat Derry in the Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.
Pat's go into the game at Richmond Park seeking their first league win in three games.
Kick off at 7.45pm.
At 5.45pm Finn Harps host second from bottom Waterford.
Novak Djokovic says he will "need to be at his best" if he's to overcome Denis Shapovalov and reach a third consecutive Wimbledon final later.
The world number one is the strong favourite to advance against Canada's 10th seed in the semi-finals this afternoon.
Queens winner Matteo Berrettini looks to extend his unbeaten run on grass to 11 matches by beating Roger Federer's conqueror Hubert Hurkacz in the other last-four tie.
Padraig Harrington's three shots off the lead heading into day two at golf's Scottish Open.
Englishman Jack Senior has a one-stroke advantage over the field at seven-under at the warm-up tournament for The Open.
Rory McIlroy has ground to make up from one-under, with Cormac Sharvin to tee off from the same score.
Irish Grand National winner Freewheelin Dylan will aim to defend his Midlands National title at Kilbeggan this evening.
There's also a seven-race card at Cork.