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U20 footballers take on Sligo in the All Ireland Final

It is a major day for Kildare hurling and football.

The U20 footballers play Sligo in the All Ireland Final in Breifne Park, Cavan at 1.30.

The Senior Hurlers will be aiming to avoid relegation when they face Down in the Joe McDonagh Cup at Hawkfield at 5.30.

Kfm will have commentary of the Under 20 final with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe.

Coverage begins from 1.00 and is in association with Johnstownbridge Service Station, Workwear and Topline Shop.

Seamus Dillon will bring us commentary of the hurling match in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.

The Under 20s team has been named and there is just one change from the side that beat Down in the semi finals.

Naas midfielder Sean Hanafin replaces the injured Fionn Cooke.

Corner forward Oisin O’Sullivan has been passed fit to start after an injury scare.

Waterford and Clare clash in a Munster senior hurling championship round robin game this evening.

Clare are bidding for their second win, Waterford their first.

Throw in at Semple Stadium is at 6pm.



Leeds United need to beat Newcastle United in the Premier League lunchtime game to move out of the relegation zone.

Kick off at Elland Road is at 12.30.

Manchester United are under pressure from Liverpool for fourth spot and they host Wolves at Old Trafford in the pick of the 3 o'clock games.

Elsewhere at that time, Chelsea entertain Nottingham Forest,

It's Aston Villa versus Tottenham Hotspur,

Crystal Palace meet Bournemouth,

And it's Southampton up against Fulham.

Sunderland and Luton Town contest a Championship play off semi final first leg from 5.30.

And Sligo Rovers take on Shelbourne in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.

Kick off at the Showgrounds is at 7.45.


The United Rugby Championship semi finals take place today.

Connacht play holders Stormers in South Africa at 3pm

Leinster play Munster in the Aviva at 5.30pm

Leinster welcome back Robbie Henshaw and Ronan Kelleher.

Eadestown’s Jimmy O'Brien starts at full-back, Donadea’s Will Connors is in the back row.

For Munster: Athy’s Jeremy Loughman is in the front row.

Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne is in the 2nd row.



Seamus Power is in a tie for 26th, seven shots behind leader Scottie Scheffler at the halfway stage of the Byron Nelson Tournament in Texas.

John Murphy has moved into the top 20 on 6 under par on day three of the Soudal Open in Antwerp.

He is currently 5 shots behind leader Simon Forsstrom.


A meeting on the flat at Navan is underway from 1.45.



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