U20 Kildare Footballer play Sligo in the All Ireland final in Breifne Park, Cavan on Saturday
A major weekend for Kildare hurling and football teams.
Tomorrow, the U20 play Sligo in the All Ireland final in Breifne Park, Cavan at 1.30pm
Kfm will have commentary with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe: coverage begins from 1pm in association with Johnstownbridge Service Station, Workwear and Topline Store
Also, tomorrow at 5.30 in Hawkfield, Kildare senior hurlers play Down in the Joe McDonagh Cup.
The losers will be relegated to the Christy Ring Cup
Kfm will have full commentary with Pat Costello and Seamus Dillon, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.
Then on Sunday, Kildare women footballers are away to Wexford in the Leinster Intermediate Championship.
Kildare have already qualified for the semi final; the winners of Sunday’s game will top the Group.
Kildare captain Grace Clifford misses the game due to injury
Kfm will have live updates of the game with Seamus Dillon
This morning’s Kildare Today, with Eoin Beatty, will preview the three matches from 11.40am with Ger McNally, while this evening’s Weekend Preview programme, from 6.30, will preview all the weekend sport, including team news and manager interviews
A second half comeback from West Ham has given them a 2-1 lead to take into the second leg of their Europa Conference League semi-final against AZ Alkmaar.
In the other semi-final, Basel were 2-1 winners over Fiorentina.
Jose Mourinho got the better of his former player Xabi Alonso last night.
Roma beat Bayer Leverkusen by a goal to nil in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final.
On the other side of the draw, it finished 1-1 between Juventus and Sevilla.
It's first versus third in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.
Leaders Bohemians host Derry City.
Second placed Shamrock Rovers go to UCD, while Dundalk face Cork City and St Pat's play Drogheda.
The Ireland Women’s team begin the final leg of what they hope will be Olympic qualification this morning.
They take on both France and Australia in the HSBC Series finale in Toulouse.
Ireland currently occupy fifth in the World Series rankings, which would be enough to qualify for the Paris Games.
There’s a seven-race card at Kilbeggan this evening, with the first off at 5.