Kildare Hurlers play Kerry on Saturday
David Herity's Kildare Hurlers continue preparations for their game against Kerry in St. Conleth’s Park tomorrow.
It's round 4 of Division 2A
Throw in is at 2.
Before , that The Kildare Camogie team play Armagh tomorrow at 11.30 in St.Conleth’s.
Manchester United have one foot in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
Erik ten Hag's side beat Real Betis in the first leg of their last 16 tie by four goals to one at Old Trafford last night.
Elsewhere, Arsenal played out a 2-2 draw with Sporting.
And in the Conference League, West Ham beat AEK Larnaca by two goals to nil.
Shamrock Rovers bid for their first win of the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season tonight.
With three draws and a loss from their opening four matches, Stephen Bradley's side are away to Shelbourne.
There's another Dublin derby at Inchicore, where St Pat's host Bohemians.
Leaders Derry City take on Dundalk, while UCD face Drogheda United.
In the First Division, early pacesetters Galway United take on Kerry, while second-placed Bray Wanderers meet Longford Town.
Elsewhere, Athlone play Waterford, Wexford go to Finn Harps, and Treaty United host Cobh Ramblers.
A host of experienced players should return to the starting fifteen when Andy Farrell reveals his Ireland team to play Scotland today.
Captain Jonathan Sexton’s recovered from the groin injury that kept him out of the win in Italy.
Garry Ringrose, Jamison Gibson-Park and Tadhg Furlong are all likely to be recalled too.
Ireland’s under-20s are in Glasgow, looking to keep alive their Grand Slam hopes this evening.
Richie Murphy’s side take on their Scottish counterparts at Scotstoun from 7.15.
Rory McIlroy will be in a battle to make the cut at the Players Championship today.
The world number-3 resumes from four over par, having opened with a 76.
Seamus Power is the best-placed Irish player on two over, with Shane Lowry five over.
Chad Ramey is the leader on eight under par.
Gary Hurley has endured a difficult start to his second round at the Magical Kenya Open.
A quadruple bogey seven on his fourth hole means the Waterford man is now five-over-par.
Tom McKibbin is two-under, with John Murphy eight-over.
John Catlin and Dylan Mostert head the field on seven under.
There’s an eight-race card at Dundalk this evening.
The first is off at quarter-to-5.