Louth beat Carlow yesterday.
Kildare will play Louth in the Quarter Final of the Leinster Championship next Sunday in Tullamore at 4pm.
Mickey Harte’s side beat Carlow 5-10 to 0-10 yesterday.
A hat-trick from Kevin Quinn was the highlight as Wicklow beat Laois for the first time in 36 years in the championship yesterday.
The hosts enjoyed a 5-15 to 4-12 win in Aughrim to advance to a
John Maughan's Offaly are heading for the Tailteann Cup following a 1-15 to 1-12 loss to Wexford.
Johnny Heaney's early goal proved decisive as Galway beat Mayo in their
The Tribesmen were 1-14 to 16 point winners at
They'll play Cavan in the last four.
They suffered a 3-21 to 2-16 defeat to Clare at Semple Stadium yesterday.
Tony Kelly scored 1-7 for the winners.
The old rivals will do battle once again in the
Kerry take on defending champions
Following victories over Mayo and
Leading by just a point at half time, the Lilywhites kicked on in the second half and outscored their opponents 1-16 to 0-5.
The minor hurling team lost out to Antrim in the
The Kildare senior women’s team defeated Longford in Round 2 of the Leinster Intermediate Championship yesterday, 1-11 to 2-7.
The U16 ladies team beat Westmeath in Rathangan on Saturday to book their place in a Leinster Final.
That game finished 3-14 to 0-9, while the u14 side booked their place in the final four of the All Ireland U14 Gold Championship, with a win over Monaghan.
They take on Crystal Palace at 8pm.
Palace are two places above their opponents ahead of the meeting at Selhurst Park.
Ireland women's rugby head coach Greg McWilliams says his charges will stay positive despite a heavy defeat to England in the Six Nations yesterday.
The visitors conceded 59 points in the second half, as they lost 69-nil at
Sene Naoupu received a second half red card, while Dorothy Wall was sin-binned.
Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay held their nerve on the back nine to win the
The American pair ended on 29-under-par - two shots better than Sam Burns and Billy Horschel.
Shane Lowry and Ian Poulter finished in 13th on 21-under.
Tour Championship winner Neil Robertson is in danger of an early exit at the World Snooker Championship.
The Australian trails Jack Lisowski by 9 frames to 7 ahead of the resumption of their second round match.
Meanwhile, Judd Trump is three frames away from booking his place in the next round.
The 2019 champion leads Anthony McGill by 10 frames to 6, with the first to 13 set to progress to the quarter finals.
There's racing at Naas this evening.
The first of 8 races goes to post at 4:45pm.