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Cold Weather Forces A Number Of Venue Changes


The Kildare Senior Camogie team continue their Very National League Division 3-A campaign away to Roscommon this afternoon.

There has been a late change to the venue, with the match now set to be played at Padraig Pearses GAA ground in Woodmount.

There will be live updates on Kfm, with Kevin Egan reporting.


There has also been a venue switch for the Kildare Minor Ladies Football Championship opener against Laois.

The match will now be played at Glen Easton Pitch in Leixlip

The throw in time has been brought forward to 12.00


Derry’s 100 per cent start to Division 1 of the Allianz Football League will be given a stern test this evening.

Dublin visit Celtic Park, where throw-in is at 5.

And Castlebar hosts the Connacht derby meeting of Mayo and Roscommon.

Meath are seeking a third consecutive win in Division 2 as they go to Cavan

Armagh can bolster their promotion hopes with a win away to Fermanagh.



Liverpool have the chance to re-open a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League this afternoon.

Darwin Nunez and Dominik Szoboszlai are back in contention for the game away to Nottingham Forest.

Tottenham entertain Crystal Palace, aiming to close the gap on the top-four.

Chelsea make the short trip to Brentford.

Fulham host Brighton

Everton welcome West Ham to Goodison Park.

Newcastle play Wolves

And at 5.30, Aston Villa are away to Luton.


Derry City left it late to beat St. Pat’s in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division last night.

Danny Mullen’s brilliantly taken injury time strike saw the Candystripes win 2-1 at the Ryan McBride Brandywell.

John O’Sullivan’s first half strike saw Shelbourne come away from Sligo Rovers with a 1-nil win.

And despite taking the lead at Eamon Deacy Park, Waterford suffered a first defeat of the campaign - going down 2-1 away to Galway.



Munster moved up to fifth in the URC last night, with a 45-points to 29 bonus point win over Zebre in Cork.

This evening, The Byrne brothers - Harry and Ross - both start in Leinster’s game away to Cardiff.

Hooker Eoin de Buitléar makes his first start for Connacht in their fixture with the Scarlets.

And Dan Soper is in temporary charge of Ulster for the visit of the Dragons.



Bahrain is the venue for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix of the year.

Reigning champion Max Verstappen starts on pole, and it’s lights-out at 3 o’clock.



Today's seven-race card at Navan goes ahead following an early morning track inspection, with the first off at 1.35.


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