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David Herity’s hurlers are Keogh Cup champions following their win over Meath on Saturday


A second win for Diane O' Hora's Kildare Ladies Team on Sunday.

They beat Longford on a scoreline  4-16 to 0-6.

Mixed fortunes for Kildare hurlers and footballers on Saturday.

David Herity’s hurlers are Keogh Cup champions following their 2-24 to 0-18 points win over Meath in Dunganny.

Next up for Kildare is their opening League game away to Carlow next Saturday at 2pm.


The footballers were much improved on their O’Byrne Cup performance.

They put Dublin to the pin of their collar losing by a single point 1-11 to 0-13 points.

Next up for Kildare is Cork in St. Conleth’s Park next Sunday at 2pm.


A last-gasp point from newly-stalled captain Paddy McBrearty helped Donegal get off to a winning start in Division One of the Allianz Football League yesterday.

Paddy Carr's side beat Kerry by 13 points to 1-9 in Ballybofey.

At Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon scored three second half goals overcome Tyrone by 3-11 to 1-12.


Evan Ferguson has emerged as an injury concern ahead of the Republic of Ireland's European Championship qualifier against France in March.

The 18-year-old striker was substituted after sustaining what appeared to be an ankle injury in Brighton's FA Cup fourth round win over Liverpool yesterday.

The hosts won 2-1 at the Amex.

Elsewhere, John Egan salvaged a draw for Sheffield United against Wrexham.

He netted a stoppage time equaliser to earn a 3-all draw with National League side, while Stoke beat Stevenage 3-1.

Tonight, Derby County host West Ham from 7.45pm.


Celtic are nine points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

The leaders were 2-nil winners over Dundee United yesterday.

Livingston and Hearts played out a nil-all draw.


Rory McIlroy's lead on the final day of the Dubai Desert Classic is down to a single shot.

The world number one is level par for the day through eight holes and is 15-under overall.

That's one shot clear of Patrick Reed and Lucas Herbert in second.

McIlroy is bidding to win the event for the third time, after previous successes in 2009 and 2015.


Galway's good start to Division One of the Lidl Ladies National Football League continued yesterday.

They secured their second successive win with a 1-13 to seven points victory over Dublin.

Waterford and Cork played out a 2-9 apiece draw.


There's racing at Punchestown this afternoon.

The first of seven races is off shortly after 12.45.

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