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Monday Morning: Double Success For Kildare GAA Teams Over The Weekend

Arsenal's lead at the top of the Premier League table is back to five points.


Kildare hurlers 3 wins from 3 in Keogh Cup,

Kildare 0-26 Down 0-15.

In The Lidl Ladies National Football League,

Kildare 3-13 Down 0-6.

Ballyhale Shamrocks further cemented their status as the country's most successful hurling club yesterday.

The Kilkenny men beat Dunloy of Antrim by 1-22 to 1-15 in the final at Croke Park to win their ninth All-Ireland title.

Meanwhile, Glen of Derry say they will seek 'clarification' from the GAA over an incident late on in their football final defeat to Kilmacud Crokes.

The Dublin club appeared to have an extra player on the field for a period of time.

Crokes ended as 1-11 to 1-9 winners to collect their third All-Ireland crown.


Arsenal's lead at the top of the Premier League table is back to five points.

The Gunners beat Manchester United 3-2 at the Emirates yesterday, with Eddie Nketiah scoring a late winner.

Arsenal have a game-in-hand on second-placed Manchester City, who were 3-nil winners over Wolves, while Leeds and Brentford played out a nil-all draw.

There's one game tonight, with Fulham at home to Tottenham from 8.


Leinster Senior League Premier 1 Sunday

Kilcock Celtic 3 Knocklyon United 0


Leinster Senior League Division 3B Saturday

Kilcock Celtic 4-1 Dundrum FC


FAI Junior Cup 5th Round

 Clonmullion 1​Salthill Devon 1

(Salthill Devon win 4-3 on penalties AET)

 Leinster FA Womens Junior Cup (Round 2)

Sallins Celtic 1 Ashboune United 0 

Leinster FA Womens Junior Shield (Round 2)

Mountmellick United 5 Rathangan1


In Basketball, Leixlip’s Liffey Celtics Senior Ladies team are the insuremyhouse.ie Intermediate National Cup Champions.

They defeated 55-47 on Saturday morning.

Niamh Masterson and Karen Mealey both scored 16 points in the victory for the Kildare club in the National Arena.


Reminder. Kildare Today review 10.45am. Kildare Scoreboard this evening at 6.30pm.



Fifth seed Andrey Rublev is through to the quarter-finals of the men's singles at the Australian Open.

He came through in five sets against Holger Rune this morning.

Nine-time winner Novak Djokovic is in action shortly when he plays Alex de Minaur in the last 16.

In the women's draw, fourth seed Caroline Garcia of France is out after losing in straight sets to Magda Linette.



Leona Maguire secured a top-ten finish at the LPGA Tour's Tournament of Champions last night.

A total of six-under-par helped the Cavan native into a tie for ninth, after a final round of 69 in Florida.

Canada's Brooke Henderson was the winner on 16-under-par.


Mark Allen endured a nervous finish before landing the World Grand Prix title in Cheltenham last night.

The Antrim native held off a late comeback by Judd Trump to win by 10 frames to nine.


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