Tottenham with a chance to go back top this evening
It was a very successful weekend for Kildare GAA clubs in Leinster Championship action, with Naas, Allenwood and Milltown all winning their respective games.
In the AIB Leinster Senior Football Quarter Finals, the results are as follows:
Naas 2-12 Summerhill 0-8
St Lomans 1-20 Killoe (pron. Kill-Lew) Young Emmets 1-10
Ardee St. Mary's 3-9 Blessington 2-5
Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 Eire Óg Carlow 0-4
In the semi finals, Naas will play St. Loman's of Westmeath, who are coached by Kfm Sports Analyst and Moorefield man, Philie Wolfe.
In the Intermediate Football Quarter Finals it finished:
Allenwood 1-17 St Malachys 1-14 after extra time
Ballylinan 5-16 Barndarrig 1-10
In the semi final, Allenwood will be away to Ballylinan
In the Junior Football Quarter Finals the results were:
Milltown 1-11 Kilbride 1-7
Kilbeggan Shamrocks 4-6 Ballymore 2-2
In the semi final, Milltown will be away to Kilbeggan
And, in the Leinster Ladies Intermediate Football Semi Final Na Fianna beat Suncroft on a scoreline of 2-11 to 0-8.
Kildare Scoreboard from 6.25pm, will review all the action.
This evening, Manguard Park Pitch 1, Maynooth V Celbridge at 19:30 in the Westgrove Hotel Clane U23 A Hurling competition final.
Tottenham have the chance to return to the top of the Premier League table tonight.
They go up against former manager Mauricio Pochettino and Chelsea at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The visitors are 13th in the standings ahead of the game, with just three wins from their first ten matches this season.
Kick off is at 8pm.
Reigning World Champion Luca Brecel is out of the International Championship in China.
The Belgian slumped to a 6-3 defeat to Mark Davis and so misses out on the chance to move to the top of the world rankings.
Ronnie O'Sullivan is among the players currently in action.