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Kildare play Fermanagh at Brewster Park today.

GAELIC GAMES

The Kildare Senior Footballers will look to return to winning ways in round 2 of the Allianz Football League.

They play Fermanagh at Brewster Park in Enniskillen at 6 o’clock.

Kfm will have full live commentary with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe in association with Hanlon Concrete Robertstown.

Also in Division 2 today,  Meath will look to build on last week’s draw with Fermanagh as they go to Armagh.

After an impressive showing in Salthill last week, Paul Towey parachutes into the Mayo attack for their Division One football summit with Dublin.

Down’s promotion push in Division Three continues against Limerick in Newry.

And in Division 4, Carlow play Waterford, and Wexford face Laois.


This afternoon also sees the start of the new Allianz Hurling League season.

Parnell Park hosts the Division One meeting of Dublin and Tipperary.

While Galway play Westmeath.

 

RUGBY

Ireland made the perfect start to the Six Nations last night.

Andy Farrel’s men ran in five tries in a 38-points to 17 bonus point win over France in Marseille.

Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne was among to touch down, in Ireland’s biggest win over the French.

Next week’s opponents Italy welcome England to Rome in the first of this afternoon’s two fixtures.

That’s followed by the clash of Wales and Scotland in Cardiff.


SOCCER

Tottenham have the chance to pull level on points with Manchester City and Arsenal in the Premier League this lunchtime.

They travel to the out-of-form Everton, with kick-off at 12.30.

Newcastle can move up to 7th with a win at home against Luton.

Also at 3.00, Brighton take on rivals Crystal Palace.

Second-from-bottom Burnley host Fulham.

And having surrendered their unbeaten home record in midweek, Aston Villa are on the road away to Sheffield United at 5.30.


RACING

There are four Grade Ones down for decision as the Dublin Racing Festival gets underway at Leopardstown this afternoon.

The Irish Gold Cup is the feature, but the first of seven races goes to post at 1.20.

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