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Spurs can go top tonight with a victory over London rivals


Naas won the Joe Mallon Motors Senior Football Championship for the third year in a row, with a victory over Celbridge on Sunday afternoon.

The final score was Naas 0-13 Celbridge 0-11 in Netwatch Cullen Park.

Earlier, Allenwood returned to Senior football, after they won the Auld Shebeen Athy Intermediate Football Championship.

They beat Castledermot on a scoreline of 0-11 to 1-7.

Kildare Scoreboard at 6.20pm will have analysis and post-match reaction.


The first round of the AIB Leinster Junior Football Championship took place on Saturday.

Milltown got off to a bright start, beating St. Mary's Rosslare by 0-15 to 0-9.

Their second round tie is away to Kilbride of Meath in two weeks time.


There was a mixed weekend for Kildare LGFA clubs in Leinster Championship action.

Suncroft beat Naomh Molaoise of Offaly and Carbury lost to Gusserane of Wexford .

Senior champions Eadestown also lost out to Offaly's Naomh Ciaran 5-12 to 1-12.


The draw for the 2024 Leinster Senior Football Championship has taken place.

Kildare will play the winners of Westmeath and Wicklow in the Quarter Final.



Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou insists they won't get carried away by their strong start to the season.

Spurs can move to the top of the Premier League table if they beat Fulham tonight.

Kick off is at 8pm.

St Patrick's Athletic will look to keep the pressure on SSE Airtricity League Premier Division leaders Shamrock Rovers tonight.

A win for the Saints over Sligo Rovers at Richmond Park would close the gap at the top to three points.

Kick off is at half seven.


The second weekend of fixtures in the Energia AIL saw MU Barnhall register a victory, while Naas were beaten.

Barnhall defeated Banbridge in Division 2A by 46 points to 40.

Naas however lost out to Old Wesley, 48-26.

World Rugby is set to review an allegation of discriminatory language in South Africa's Rugby World Cup semi-final win over England.

It comes after an allegation made by England's Tom Curry about an incident during the match on Saturday evening.

World Rugby say they won't make any further comment until the investigation concludes.

Meanwhile England forward Courtney Lawes has announced he will retire from international rugby after the World Cup.

During a 14-year career with England he is the nation's fifth most capped player with 105 appearances and won three Six Nations Championships.

Lawes played five times for the British and Irish Lions.

His final match will be Friday's bronze medal clash against Argentina.


Week 5 of the MissQuote.ie Women’s Super League saw the undefeated Leixlip’s FloMAX Liffey Celtics at home to The Address UCC Glanmire on Saturday.

They remain undefeated 5 from 5, winning by 75-68, to move top of the table on 15 points.

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