Kildare hurlers play Kerry at St. Conleth’s Park
The Kildare Senior hurlers continue their league campaign against Kerry at St. Conleth’s Park at 2 o’clock.
David Herity’s team are on a 14 match unbeaten run in all competitions, and sit on top of Division 2A following a run of three successive League wins.
Kfm will have full commentary with Ger McNally and Seamus Dillon.
Second placed Offaly take on Carlow in Tullamore at the same time.
At 11.30, Kildare are at home to Armagh in Division 3-A of the ‘Very Ireland’ National Camogie League.
Seamus Dillon will also bring us live updates from that match in Newbridge.
The top two meet tonight in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League.
Thurles hosts the meeting of Tipperary and Waterford from 7.15.
Goals from Johnny Afolabi and Dean Williams fired Bohemians to the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division last night.
Declan Devine’s side were 2-nil winners away to ten-man St. Pat’s.
Previous leaders Derry played out a scoreless draw at home to Dundalk.
Shamrock Rovers’ are now five games and counting without a win, after a goalless draw at Shelbourne.
And Drogheda came away from UCD with a 1-nil victory.
There’s one outstanding fixture this evening - it’s at the Showgrounds where Sligo Rovers face Cork City.
Ed McCarthy scored a first-half hat-trick as First Division leaders Galway United beat Kerry 9-1 last night.
Waterford were 1-nil winners at Athlone.
While Cobh Ramblers went second with a 3-nil win at Treaty United.
Finn Harps and Wexford finished goalless, as did Bray and Longford.
In the Women’s Premier Division, Shelbourne make the short trip to Bohemians.
Cork City entertain Galway, and Peamount host DLR Waves.
At 5.30, Shamrock Rovers play host to Treaty United.
And there’s a 6pm start to the meeting of Wexford Youths and Sligo Rovers.
Manchester City have the chance to close the gap on Premier League leaders Arsenal to two-points this evening.
Pep Guardiola’s side are away to Crystal Palace.
Having put seven past Manchester United last week, Liverpool go to the side they beat 9-nil earlier this season - Bournemouth - in the lunchtime start.
Struggling Everton host Brentford at 3.
Leeds entertain Brighton
Chelsea travel to Leicester
And Tottenham face Nottingham Forest.
Ireland’s under-20s are one win away from becoming the first nation to win back-to-back Grand Slams at that age grade.
They ran in a dozen tries in an 82-points to 7 win away to Scotland.
Next week’s opponents - England - saw their Grand Slam hopes die with a 42-7 loss away to France.
Rome hosts a potential wooden spoon decider in the Six Nations this afternoon as Italy take on Wales.
Then England meet France at Twickenham.
The second round of the Players Championship will resume at midday after the weather called an early halt last night.
Rory McIlroy needs to pick up five shots from his final eight holes if he’s to make the cut - he’s 6-over par.
Shane Lowry’s a shot below the projected cut mark on 2-over.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Adam Svensson jointly lead on 8-under par.
The Webster Cup Chase is the feature of a seven-race card at Navan today.
While an eight-race card at Gowran Park commences at 1.25.