Kildare footballers beat Meath yesterday in St. Conleth's Park
Yesterday in the Allianz Football League Division 2 Round 7
It was the last game to be played in St. Conleth's ahead of it's redevelopment.
Monaghan pulled off another late escape to retain their Allianz Football League Division One status.
A 2-14 to 14 points win over Mayo was enough to keep Vinny Corey's side in the top tier for next season.
Armagh will play in Division Two next year after an 18 points to 16 defeat to Tyrone, while Donegal were also relegated following a 21 points to nine loss to Roscommon.
Galway will play Mayo in the final, following their 1-13 to 14 points win over Kerry.
Dublin secured promotion from Division Two with a 16 points to 1-6 win over Louth at Croke Park - with Stephen Cluxton making his return to the Dubs squad as a substitute.
In the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 Round 7.
The Republic of Ireland's bid to reach the 2024 European Championships begins tonight.
Stephen Kenny's side welcome France to the Aviva Stadium for their opening match in Group B.
Kick off is at 7.45pm.
Elsewhere, the Netherlands face Gibraltar.
Last night, Northern Ireland lost 1-0 to Finland in Group H, while England were 2-0 winners over Ukraine in Group C.
Antonio Conte has left his position as Tottenham manager by mutual consent.
His 16 months in charge has come to an end a week after a fiery outburst in which he called his players "selfish" and criticised the club's culture.
Cristian Stellini will lead the team on an interim basis for the remainder of the season, with coach Ryan Mason as his assistant.
Manchester City are level on points with Manchester United at the top of the Women's Super League.
City moved above Chelsea thanks to a 2-nil win over the defending champions yesterday.
Elsewhere, Aston Villa beat Leicester City five-nil, while Reading and Brighton played out a 2-all draw.
American Sam Burns won the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Championship after beating compatriot Cameron Young in the final.
Burns got past world number one Scottie Scheffler in his semi-final in Texas.
Rory McIlroy suffered a dramatic defeat in the last-four, with Young winnning their encounter on the 19th.