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The Kildare ladies footballers continue their unbeaten run.

Gaelic Games
 
Mixed fortunes for Kildare GAA and LGFA teams over the weekend.
 
After six straight defeats in the league, the men's senior footballers have been relegated to Division 3.
 
Glenn Ryan's side lost out to Donegal by 6 points and will play their final Division 2 game against Louth on Saturday night.
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Hurling
 
The hurlers narrowly missed out on a Division 2A league semi final , despite their 4 point victory over Carlow on Friday.
 
Down's 3-19 to 1-16 win over Meath was enough to send the Ulster side through on points difference.
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Ladies Football
 
The ladies footballers have extended their unbeaten run to 20 games.
 
After an entertaining game in Beragh, Kidare drew 2-8 to 3-5 against Tyrone.
 
Both teams have already secured promotion to Division 1 and will contest the league final at Croke Park on April 7th.
 
Speaking after yesterday's result, here's Kildare manager Diane O'Hora:
 
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Club Football
The Keogh Cup Final takes place at Manguard Park this evening.
 
Caragh take on Sallins from 6pm.
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SOCCER

Liverpool's attempt to win four trophies this season ended in heartbreak yesterday with a 4-3 defeat at rivals Manchester United in their FA Cup quarter-final.

They conceded in the last minute of extra time, after letting a 3-2 lead slip.


United have been drawn against Coventry City in the semi finals.


Chelsea come up against Manchester City in the final four after they won a thrilling game of their own 4-2 at home to Leicester.
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SNOOKER

The opening round of the World Snooker Open kicks off in Yushan, China this morning.

Northern Ireland's Mark Selby kicks off his tournament against world number 80 Daniel Wells.

Shaun Murphy is also in action as he takes on China's Xu Si.
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Basketball
The final round of regular season fixtures takes place in the Missquote.ie Women's Super League today.
 
Joint leaders Leixlip’s FloMax Liffey Celtics and Pyrobel Killester are deadlocked at the top of the table, with both teams on 48 points after 19 games.
 
Celtics play at home to the SETU Waterford Wildcats with tip-off at the Leixlip Amenities Centre from 3pm.
 
Kfm will have live updates with Stephen Leonard.
 
While Killester, who lead by +2 score difference are away to Brunell from 2pm.

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RACING
 
The opening races of the Irish Flat season are the highlight of a spectacular bank holiday of racing in the Curragh.
 
The 8 race card features the Lodge park Stud Park Express stakes and the Nua Healthcare Sponsored Irish Lincolnshire.
 
Kfm is broadcasting live from the course this afternoon from 1.30pm to 5pm, in association with the Curragh racecourse.

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