Kenny under pressure following Netherlands defeat
Republic of Ireland defender Nathan Collins has backed Stephen Kenny to stay on as manager.
Kenny is under pressure after last night's 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands in European Championship qualifying.
Ireland are second from bottom in Group B, with just one win from their five games to date.
Collins says he's fully supportive of Kenny and his management team.
Attention now turns to next month's double header against Greece and Gibraltar.
Wales are among the sides in action tonight.
They're fourth in Group D ahead of an away fixture against Latvia.
Kick off is at 7.45pm.
Rob Page's role as manager is under scrutiny with Wales on a run of just one win in 13 games.
Joe Mallon Motors Senior Football Championship
Celbridge 0-16 Clane 1-8
CClogherinkoe 2-15 Carbury 0-12
Group B (Sunday)
Naas 0-6 Athy 0-6 (Naas 0-3 Athy 0-2 at HALF TIME). Ends a 17 game winning streak for the champions Naas going back to heir last defeat vs Celbridge in 2020 .
Sarsfields 3-16 Maynooth 4-10 (Sarsfields 1-7 Maynooth 1-4 at HALF TIME)
Eadestown 3-12 St. Laurence's 1-7
Confey 2-10 Raheens 1-11
Group D, (Sunday)
Johnstownbridge 1-15 Moorefield 1-12 (JTB Top the Group; Moorefield vs Clogherinkoe in a pre-liminary final next weekend.
Kilcock 2-14 Ballyteague 0-9
The Auld Shebeen Athy Intermediate Football Championship
Castledermot 3-7 Allenwood 1-11
Leixlip 2-13 Sallins 1-16 a draw
St Kevin's 0-11 Round Towers 0-8
Caragh 0-17 Rathangan 3-8
Two Mile House 3-13 v Ellistown 0-11
Straffan 0-10 v Nurney 1-12
Monasterevan V Suncroft 1-10 Monasterevin 0-9 (Sunccroft avoid relegation, finishs level on points and score difference with Kilcullen, but miss out to Kilcullen on scores for for the knock out stages)
Kilcullen 3-11 v Ballymore Eustace 2-13
Tom Cross Transport Junior A Semi Finals
Ballykelly 1-9 Cappagh 0-9
Castlemtichell a walkover from Ardclough
Tom Cross Junior Football Championship Quarter Finals
Athgarvan 2-7 Rathcoffey 1-9
Grangenolvin 4-12 Kill 0-12
Kfm’s coverage of all the games over the weekend was in association with Pat Keogh Skoda, Ballybrittas: selling Skoda in the Midlands since 1996.
Novak Djokovic says he has no plans to retire from tennis while he's playing so well - after winning a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title.
The 36-year-old is the US Open champion for a fourth time after beating Daniil Medvedev in straight sets.
Djokovic has won three out of the four major trophies this year, only missing out on Wimbledon.
He's now level with Margaret Court's record of 24 Grand Slam titles.
There's racing at Galway later.
The first of an eight-race card is off at 3.20pm.