GAA club focus was again on the county hurling and football championships.
The weekend’s GAA club focus was again on the county hurling and football championships:
UPMC Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final Maynooth 1-20 Éire Óg Corra Choill 2-16.
Joe Mallon Motors senior football pre-quarter finals
Sarsfields 2-15 Eadestown 0-11.
Moorefield 0-11 Clogherinkoe 0-8.
Intermediate Football Championship Pre-Quarter Finals
Allenwood 2-15 Kilcullen 4-06.
Nurney 1-5 Round Towers 0-9.
This morning’s Kildare Today with Eoin Beatty, from 10.40am and this evening’s Kildare Scoreboard, from 6.30pm, will review all the weekend games, in association with Pat Keogh Skoda, Ballybrittas: selling Skoda in the Midlands since 1996.
Ireland are now turning their attention to Saturday's World Cup Pool B showdown with South Africa in Paris.
Prop Finlay Bealham is Ireland's biggest injury doubt, while the Springboks have called out-half Handre Pollard into their squad.
Captain Johnny Sexton became Ireland's record points scorer during the Tonga game on Saturday.
In Pool C yesterday, Fiji shocked Australia by winning their match on a scoreline of 22 points to 15.
It's two wins out of two for England in Pool D - they got the better of Japan by 34 points to 12.
Everton remain winless in the Premier League this season and in the relegation zone after losing 1-nil at home to Arsenal yesterday.
Leandro Trossard scored the Gunners' goal in the second half - a result which puts them fourth in the table.
Elsewhere, Chelsea were held to a scoreless draw at Bournemouth.
Tonight, Nottingham Forest host Burnley with a 7.45 kick off at the City Ground.
And Shamrock Rovers booked their place in the semi finals of the Women's FAI Cup with a 5-nil win at Cork City yesterday.
Ryan Fox of New Zealand won the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Rory Mcllroy finished inside the top ten with a closing 65 to demonstrate decent form ahead of the Ryder Cup.
The Harvest Festival continues at Listowel today from 2.10.
A meeting at Fairyhouse begins an hour later.