Both the Kildare Senior Footballers and Hurlers in action today.
The Kildare Senior Footballers get their 2024 Allianz National Football League Division 2 campaign underway this evening.
They play Cavan in Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow at 5pm.
Kfm will have full commentary of the game.
Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe will describe the action in association with Hanlon Concrete Products Robertstown.
Also today, the Kildare hurlers play Meath in the Kehoe Cup, with that game throwing in at 1pm.
There will be live updates on Kfm with Seamus Dillon.
The Kildare Senior Football Ladies Football team will be unchanged for Sunday’s of the Lidl LGFA League Division 2 Round 2 game away to Donegal
Manager, Diane O’Hora has selected the same starting 15 from that which beat Monaghan by 1-06 to 0-05 at Manguard Park last week.
Throw in, in Letterkenny, is at 12 noon.
Daragh Nolan will provide updates of Sundays match for Kfm.
It is a busy day across all National Football League Divisions.
All Ireland champions Dublin face Monaghan at Croke Park.
Tralee hosts the meeting of Kerry and Mickey Harte’s Derry.
Armagh begin life back in Division 2 with a home fixture against Louth.
Meath welcome Fermanagh to Navan.
There’s a midlands derby in Division 4, with Laois playing Longford.
While Tipperary play Carlow.
Aryna Sabalenka could become the first woman since 2013 to retain the Australian Open tennis title.
She play’s China's Qinwen Zheng in the women’s singles final this morning.
The world number two - who's not dropped a set all tournament in Melbourne - is hoping to follow in the footsteps of fellow Belarusian Victoria Azarenka.
It's 21-year-old Zheng's first Grand Slam final.
There are six more FA Cup fourth ties down for decision today, starting at Portman Road where Ipswich play non-League Maidstone.
At 3.00 Everton welcome Luton to Goodison Park.
Brighton go to Sheffield United.
Leeds entertain Plymouth.
And Leicester play Birmingham.
There’s a 7pm start at Craven Cottage where Fulham face Newcastle.
Manchester City beat Tottenham 1-nil last night.
Aston Villa and Chelsea must replay following a scoreless draw at Stamford Bridge.
There’s a seven-race card at Fairyhouse today, with the first off at 1.05