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Ireland aim to lift Six Nations trophy at the Aviva Staidum.


The Kildare Senior Footballers entertain Donegal in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League at  Netwatch Cullen Park this evening.

Glenn Ryan’s side are still without a win in this year’s competition and defeat will confirm relegation to Division 3.

Throw in is at 5pm.

There will be full commentary of the game here on Kfm.

Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe will describe the action.

At the same time Armagh’s promotion push will be tested by Cavan.

Meath face Cork and Louth, Fermanagh at 2.00

Monaghan’s near decade-long spell in Division 1 could end this evening.
They take on Tyrone in Omagh.

Dublin will edge closer to the Division 1 final if they collect a win from Galway.

This afternoon also sees the final round of fixtures in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League.

Captain Declan Hannon returns from injury for Limerick’s meeting with Galway at Pearse Stadium.

Tipperary need a win away to Antrim to secure a semi-final spot.

While Dublin play Westmeath.


The Irish Rugby team will look to bounce back from last week’s defeat to England, by beating Scotland at the Aviva Stadium this evening.
A draw would be enough to retain the Six Nations title, but captain Peter O’Mahony says they’re going all out for the win.

Kick-off is at 4.45.

The final day’s action begins in Cardiff, with the wooden spoon decider between Wales and Italy.

Should Ireland slip-up, England will look to capitalise with a big win over France in Lyon from 8.00
The Irish Under20’s recorded a bonus point 36-nil win over Scotland at Virgin Media Park, but England ran in seven tries to beat France and win U20s title.


Manchester City continue their defence of the FA Cup at home to Newcastle this afternoon.

The holders are aiming to reach the semi-finals for a sixth consecutive season.

Kick off is at 5.30
Championship side Coventry will try to cause an upset at Wolves in the lunchtime kick-off.


Luton Town host Nottingham Forest in a Premier League relegation zone six pointer.

Also a 3.00, Burnley are at home to Brentford

The late kick-off is a London derby between Fulham and Tottenham.


There’s a seven-race card at Thurles this afternoon, with the first off at 1.55.


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