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The Club Minor Football Championship Finals took place over the weekend.

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The Club Minor Football Championship Finals took place over the weekend.

Maynooth have been crowned Minor A Champions after their 2-5 to 0-8 win against Sarsfields.

Athy are Minor B Champions after beating Newtown Gaels by 2-11 to 2-5.

Ellistown claimed the Minor C title with a 7-9 to 0-7 win over Aylmer Gaels.

St Kevins beat St Edwards in the Minor D final by a goal on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-10.

Clane are Minor E champions after their 2-6 to 0-9 win against Maynooth.



Leixlip got off to a bright start in the first round of the AIB Leinster Junior Hurling Championship.

They beat Navan O'Mahonys by 3-17 to 0-11.



Ladies Football

The Suncroft ladies have booked their place in the Leinster Intermediate Football Championship Semi Final.

They beat St Joseph's of Westmeath on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-7.

They will play Na Fianna of Meath in the last 4 after they beat Fingallians of Dublin by 5-7 to 3-6 in their quarter final yesterday.




Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he's proud of his team's 3-0 win over Manchester United yesterday.

They beat their cross city rivals at a canter at Old Trafford to move to 3rd in the Premier League.

Pep says they have changed how the derby is now viewed in Manchester and beyond:

City remain 2 points off the top and currently sit in third place one point ahead of Liverpool who were 3-0 winners over Nottingham Forest.

Aston Villa are 4th after a 3-1 win over Luton,

Everton beat West Ham 1-0

It finished Brighton 1-1 Fulham

Here at home, Premier Division champions Shamrock Rovers play their first game since winning their 4th title in a row.

They travel to Cork City as their hosts prepare for the Promotion Relegation playoff.

Kick off at Turners Cross is at 4:45pm.


The Ballon D'Or in both Mens and Women's football will be announced today.

Lionel Messi is a heavy favourite to pick up the award for the 8th time after leading Argentina to World Cup glory last year.

Man City goal machine Erling Haaland and Jude Bellingham are also up for the gong.

Katie McCabe is the sole Irish representative for the women's award.

The Arsenal full back has been rewarded for leading Ireland into their first World Cup and a semi final appearance with her club in the Champions League.

Spain's World Cup final goalscorer Olga Carmona and midfielder Aitana Bonmati are two of the favourites for that award.


Ulster have joined Connacht in second place in the URC table as they kept up their unbeaten start to the season.

Dan McFarland's men held on to beat the Bulls 26-19 at the Kingspan Stadium

Munster are also unbeaten so far but needed a late Thomas Ahern try to rescue a 13 all draw with Benetton.

That means Munster have picked up 7 points from their opening 2 games and sit 5th in the table.


Despite not making it to the World Cup semi finals, Ireland are the side with the most representatives on the World Rugby team of the year.

The selection was announced last night with 5 players from Ireland, 4 from New Zealand and only 1 from World champions South Africa.

Garry Ringrose and Bundee Aki were chosen in the backs with places in the forwards for Dan Sheehan, Tadhg Furlong and Caelan Dorris.

Elsewhere, Ireland head coach Andy Farrell was named the World Rugby Coach of the Year.

The Englishman lead Ireland to the Grand Slam and a 17 game unbeaten streak.


There's racing at Galway this afternoon.

The first of 8 races goes to post at 12:30pm.

Racing organisers have abandoned racing at Wexford today due to poor weather in the south east over the weekend.



It's Week 6 of the MissQuote.ie Women’s Super League.

Leixlip’s FloMAX Liffey Celtics are looking to make it six wins from six away to the SETU Waterford Wildcats this afternoon.

Tip-off at Mercy Gym is at 3:30pm.

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