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The Kildare U20 footballers are All Ireland Champions, following victory over Sligo on Saturday.


The Kildare U20 footballers are All Ireland Champions, following victory over Sligo on Saturday.

In a pulsating game in Breffni Park, the Lilywhites defeated Sligo on a scoreline of 1-17 to 0-12.


The Kildare Senior Hurlers have been relegated from the Joe MacDonagh Cup.

Kildare will play in the Christy Ring Cup next season after their 3-13 to 1-27 loss to Down in Hawkfield on Saturday.


The Kildare women footballers beat Wexford yesterday afternoon in the Leinster Intermediate championship.

The Ladies travelled to Chadwicks Wexford Park, where their win secured them top spot in the group.

The Full Time score was Kildare 5- 8 Wexford 2-8.


Derry are back-to-back Ulster football champions.

They beat Armagh 3-1 on penalties following a 1-15 to 18 points draw after extra-time in yesterday's final at Clones.

In the Leinster decider, Dublin hammered Louth by 5-21 to 15 points at Croke Park.

Sean Bugler scored 1-3 as the Dubs lifted the provincial title for the 13th season in a row.


Manchester City are one win away from retaining their Premier League title.

Pep Guardiola's side enjoyed a comfortable 3-nil victory at Everton, while nearest rivals Arsenal were beaten 3-0 by Brighton.

City are now four points clear at the top with a game in hand.

Brentford guaranteed themselves a top half finish with a 2-0 win at home to West Ham.

Tonight, Leicester take on Liverpool from 8pm at the King Power.


The top two are in action in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.

Leaders Shamrock Rovers host Dublin rivals St Patrick's Athletic at Tallaght Stadium from 8pm.

Before that at 7:45, second placed Derry City welcome Dundalk to the Ryan Mc Bride Brandywell.


Jason Day carded a final round of nine-under-par 62 to land the honours at the Byron Nelson tournament on the PGA Tour.

The Australian finished one shot clear of the chasing pack on 23-under-par.

Seamus Power posted a final round of 64 to end in a tie for 19th on 16-under-par.


Cork's John Murphy carded a final round of 71 at the Soudal Open in Antwerp to finish up on eight under par.

Sweden's Simon Forsström clinched the title on 17 under.


There's racing at Killarney this evening, with the first off at five-to-five.

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