Kildare suffered another defeat, this time to Louth
Yesterday in Allianz Football League Division 2, Round 5 in Ardee.
Kildare suffered another defeat to Louth, they've only won one game out of five.
The Lilywhites sit second from the bottom of the table.
Louth 2-11(17) Kildare 0-12 (12).
U20 Footballers Development League John Kerins Cup - Round 2
Kildare: 1-8(11) Dublin: 1-8(11)
Ireland National Camogie League, Div 3A
Kildare 7-9 (30) Tyrone 1-9 (12)
Ladies football, U 16 Leinster Championship.
Kildare 6-3 Wexford 1-3.
Tyrone boosted their Division One survival prospects in the Allianz Football League yesterday.
They were 1-15 to 2-9 winners over Kerry in Omagh to pick up a second win of the campaign.
Mayo remain unbeaten, after a 1-16 to 2-11 victory against Roscommon.
Galway beat Monaghan by 1-13 to 10 points in Salthill.
AIL Div 2A
Cashel RFC 17
AIL div 1B
Liverpool scored six second half goals in a 7-nil hammering of Manchester United at Anfield yesterday.
Mo Salah netted twice to become the club's all-time top scorer in the Premier League, while Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez also scored twice.
Roberto Firmino was the other goalscorer for the hosts at Anfield.
In yesterday's other top flight fixture, Nottingham Forest and Everton played out a 2-all draw.
Tonight, Brentford take on Fulham from 8pm.
Derry City will look to continue their promising start to the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season tonight.
The early leaders take on UCD in Belfield from 7.45.
At the same time, Bohemians host Drogheda United, Dundalk are at home to Shelbourne, and Sligo Rovers take on St Patrick's Athletic.
Shamrock Rovers bid for their first win of the season when they host Cork City from 8.
Kurt Kitayama bounced back from a triple-bogey on the ninth hole to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational last night.
On nine-under-par, he finished one shot clear of Rory McIlroy and Harris English at Bay Hill in Florida.
Padraig Harrington ended on two-over, with Shane Lowry five-over and Seamus Power 12-over-par.
Darragh McElhinney just missed out on a medal at the European Indoor Championships in Istanbul yesterday
The 22-year-old Corkman finished fourth and set a personal best with a time of seven minutes, 44-point-72 seconds in the final of the 3000 metres.
Sophie Becker, Sharlene Mawdsley, Cliodhna Manning and Phil Healy were fifth in the final of the Women's 4-by-400 metres relay.
Limerick's Sarah Lavin finished sixth in the 60-metres hurdles final with a time of 8.03 second.
Defending champion Max Verstappen clinched the season-opening Bahrain F1 Grand Prix.
The Red Bull driver led from pole, as team-mate Sergio Perez took second.
Fernando Alonso was third.
There's racing at Leopardstown later, where the first is off at 20-to-two.