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

It's a busy weekend for Kildare clubs in the Leinster Championships.

Gaelic Games

In the AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Football Quarter Final:

Allenwood play St Malachys of Westmeath at 2pm in Manguard Park, Hawkfield.
AIB Leinster Club Junior Football Quarter Final:

Milltown play Kilbride of Meath, at 2pm in Ashbourne.

Kfm will have live updates of both games with Tara Byrne and Seamus Dillon.

At the same time, Ballinacor (Wicklow) play Man O’War in Echelon Park, Aughrim.

AIB Leinster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final

Éire Óg Carlow play Kilmacud Crokes in Netwatch Cullen Park at 7:45pm.


On Sunday:

Leinster Club Senior Football Quarter Final:   

Naas play Summerhill of Meath at 2pm in Manguard Park.

Kfm will have full live commentary with Ger McNally and former Kildare star Ronan Sweeney.


Elsewhere, Blessington play Ardee St Mary’s in Echelon Park, Aughrim at 2pm.

Killoe Young Emmets V St Loman’s Mullingar, managed by Kfm match
analyst, Moorefield’s Philie Wolfe, in Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, also throws-in at 2pm.


Ladies Football

Following an incredibly successful season in which they completed the treble, six players from the Kildare ladies panel were included in the TG4 Intermediate Team of the Year.

The six players are goalkeeper Mary Hulgraine, backs Laoise Lenehan and Lauren Burke, midfielder Grace Clifford and forwards Neasa Dooley and Roisin Byrne.
They were presented with their awards at a special ceremony last night. 
Leinster Intermediate semi final:
Na Fianna (Meath) v Suncroft at 2pm this afternoon.


There's seven games in the Premier League today.

Manchester United go to Fulham in the lunchtime kick-off.

With Tottenham not in action until Monday, Manchester City can go top with a win at home to Bournemouth from 3pm.

Everton play Brighton

West Ham play Brentford.

Burnley play Crystal Palace.

Sheffield United take on Wolves.

And there’s a 5.30 start at St. James’s Park, where Newcastle host Arsenal.


League of Ireland

Shelbourne came from 2-0 down at the break last night to book a return to European football.

Aided by a Luke Heeney red card, Damien Duff’s side were 4-2 winners away to Drogheda.

That means Bohemians need to win the FAI Cup to claim a European place - they signed off on the league season with a 4-nil defeat of Cork City.

Pat Hoban scored what will likely be his final goals for Dundalk in a 5-1 victory at UCD.

Champions Shamrock Rovers finished the season with a 4-2 defeat of Sligo Rovers.

While Cup finalists St. Pat’s lost 3-nil away to Derry City.


Cork City’s opponents in the promotion-relegation will be revealed this evening.

Their own Turner’s Cross ground is the venue for the playoff final clash of Waterford and Cobh Ramblers.

Kick-off is at 5.


In the Women’s Premier Division, Shamrock Rovers away to Treaty United.

Shelbourne host Bohemians.

Champions Peamount go to Galway.

Sligo Rovers host DLR Waves.

Athlone play Wexford Youths.



The Sportsground hosts the first inter-pro derby of the season this evening.

Connacht welcome Jack Carty back to their starting fifteen for the meeting with Ulster.

Munster are looking to return to winning ways as the Dragons visit Musgrave Park.

Naas’s Jamie Osborne is named at centre in the Leinster team to play Edinburgh at the RDS.



In Division 1B, Naas are at home to leaders St. Mary’s in Fournaughts.

In Divison 2A MU Barnhall play bottom side Malone.

Kick off in both games kick off at 2:30pm.

Kfm will have live updates with Anthony Lawlor and Sean Kirby.

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