Naas and Allenwood in Leinster Finals
Two Kildare clubs are aiming to win Provincial Championships this afternoon.
Naas play Kilmacud Crokes in the Leinster Senior Final at Croke Park at 2.15.
Kfm will have full commentary.
Ger McNally and former Kildare star Ronan Sweeney will describe all the action in association with Abbey Electrical, Naas.
Before that Allenwood play Scoil Ui Chonaill in the Intermediate decider.
Throw-in in Parnell Park is at 1 o’clock.
Kfm will also have full commentary of that game in association with McKenna Haulage.
The Republic of Ireland maintained their 100 per cent record in the Women’s Nations League last night.
The beat Hungary 1-nil in Tallaght, thanks to a second half own goal.
Ireland complete their campaign on Tuesday night at Windsor Park where they play Northern Ireland.
Arsenal have the opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League this afternoon.
A victory at home to Wolves would take them four points clear.
Newly promoted sides Burnley and Sheffield United meet at Turf Moor in a relegation "six pointer".
Luton look to move further clear of the drop zone with a positive result at Brentford.
Everton go for their first victory since their 10-point deduction for breaking financial rules at Nottingham Forest.
Newcastle and Manchester United both aim to bounce back from disappointing Champions League results in midweek when they face each other in the late game at St James' Park.
Munster ran in six tries as they beat the URC leaders Glasgow Warriors by 40-points to 29 at Musgrave Park last night.
Former Naas and Newbridge College prop Oli Jager made his debut for the Province following his recent signing from the Canterbury Crusaders.
Leinster will be aiming to replace Glasgow in top spot when they place Connacht in Galway this evening.
The All Ireland League resumes today with Naas at home to bottom side Buccaneers in Division 1B.
MU Barnhall are away to UL Bohemians in Division 2B
There’s an eight-race card at Fairyhouse today, with the first off at 11.45.