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Allenwood and Milltown in Leinster semi final action.


Both Allenwood and Milltown are aiming to secure their place in a Provincial final this afternoon.

Allenwood take on Ballylinan of Laois in the AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi finals.

That match throws in at O’Moore Park at 1.30.

There will be live updates on Kfm.

Seamus Dillon will report.

Milltown travel to Westmeath to play Kilbeggan Shamrocks in the Junior Football Championship semi finals.

That match also throw in at 1.30.

There will be live updates on Kfm with Richard Commins.


The Republic of Ireland take on the Netherlands in Amsterdma this evening.

It is the Boys in Green’s final Euro 2024 qualification Group B away game.

Kick off is at 7.45.



A host of Ireland World Cup players return to the Leinster team for this evening’s URC game against the Scarlets at the RDS.

There’s also a third provincial start for Suncroft out-half Sam Prendergast.

Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne and Peter O’Mahony are back in the Munster pack for the 5.15  meeting with the Stormers at Thomond Park.

While Connacht play the Sharks in Durban from 3.00.

Naas away to Blackrock Division 1B of the Energia All Ireland League

MU Barnhall are at home to Cashel in Division 2A


Charles Leclerc has claimed pole position for the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix.

Ferrari dominated qualifying with Leclerc just quicker than team-mate Carlos Sainz, who has a 10-place grid penalty and will start 12th.

Red Bull's Max Verstappen, third but will join Leclerc on the front row of the grid.


The MissQuote.ie Women’s Super League resumes this weekend after a two week break.

Undefeated Leixlip’s FloMAX Liffey Celtics are home to 7th place Catalyst Fr.Matthews this evening at 7pm in the Leixlip Amenities Centre.

Celtic’s are the only unbeaten team in the League; they are 2nd on score difference from Brunell who have played one game more.

The two sides meet in Cork next weekend in a table topper.


There’s an eight-race card at Navan today, with the first off at 11.50

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