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Monday Sport, with Joe Mallon Motors, Sallins Rd., Naas

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:

 The Results:

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.


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