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Another One Bites The Dust

Sunday Sport, with Joe Mallon Motors, Sallins Rd., Naas

It continues to be a busy weekend for Kildare GAA and LGFA teams.

Gaelic Games
The Kildare senior footballers suffered back to back defeats in their league campaign last night.
The Lilywhites are rock bottom of Division 2 following a 2-16- 0-12 loss against Fermanagh.
Manager Glenn Ryan was suspended for the first two games of the season, so selector Anthony Rainbow was on media duty:
Glenn Ryan makes his return to the dugout on Sunday 18th February when Kildare take on Armagh in round 3 at Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow.
Off the back of their Keogh Cup success, the Kildare senior hurlers begin their Division 2A league campaign today.
They face Meath once again at Pairc Tailteann, Navan from 2pm.
Kfm will have full live commentary of the match with Seamus Dillon.
Here's Kildare manager Brian Dowling:
Ladies Football
The Kildare ladies footballers are looking to make it three wins from three in their Division 2 campaign today.
After last week's win against Donegal, the Lilies are away to Cavan from 2pm.
Kfm will have live updates with Tara Byrne.
Three Premier League games are down for decision from 2pm this afternoon.

Manchester United welcome West Ham United to Old Trafford with David Moyes looking for his first win at his old club.

Chelsea take on Wolves.
Bournemouth clash with Nottingham Forest.

The big game of the day is a first v third meeting of Liverpool and Arsenal.

Kick off at the Emirates is at 4:30pm.
Three Kildare rugby teams are in action for round 1 of the  Provincial Towns Cup today.

Newbridge are away to Portlaoise.
Naas host Skerries.
North Kildare make the trip to Longford.
All of those games kick off at 3pm.

The Dublin Racing Festival continues at Leopardstown this afternoon.

There are 4 Grade One races on the card with the pick of the bunch the Chanelle Pharma Irish Champion Hurdle at 2:45pm.

The first of the 8 races goes to post at 12:40pm.


Miss Quote.ie Women’s Super League

Leixlips FloMAX Liffey Celtics beat DCU Mercy 97-65 yesterday.

The result puts Celtics joint top of the table alongside Brunell on 36 points.

Next up for the Leixlip side is a home tie against fourth placed SETU Waterford Wildcats on Monday.

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