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Saturday Sport, with Joe Mallon Motors, Sallins Rd., Naas

The Premier League returns after the international break.


Leinster are nine points clear at the top of the United Rugby Championship table this morning.

Leo Cullen's side scored seven tries as they beat second-placed The Bulls 47-14 win at the RDS last night.

Today Connacht are away to Benetton from 1-o'clock, while this evening Ulster take on the Stormers and Munster play Cardiff.


Ireland are continuing their preparations for tomorrow's Women’s Six Nations against Italy.

The second weekend of the tournament kicks off with Scotland hosting France at 2.15.

That will be followed by the meeting of England and Wales.  


Naas away to Queens University in Division 1B of the Energia All Ireland League.

That match kicks off in Belfast at 1.30.

At 2.30, MU Barnhall are away to Nenagh in a Division 2A top of the table clash.



The Premier League returns after the international break today.

Newcastle welcome West Ham to St. James' Park in the lunchtime game at 12.30

At 3-o'clock Chelsea and Burnley meet at Stamford Bridge.

Fulham go to Sheffield United.

Nottingham Forest host Crystal Palace.

Everton are away to Bournemouth and Tottenham play Luton Town in north London.

This evening Aston Villa host Wolves before Manchester United make the trip to Brentford.


Shelbourne remain top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division table.

Damien Duff's side are also still unbeaten so far this season after a 2-1 win over bottom side Dundalk at Tolka Park last night.

Shamrock Rovers meanwhile have the bragging rights after beating their bitter rivals Bohemians 3-1 at Tallaght Stadium.

Elsewhere Galway United beat Derry 1-0 away from home, 10-men Sligo were 1-0 winners over Waterford and it finished scoreless between Drogheda and St. Pat's.



There are two Allianz National Football League finals down for decision at Croke Park today.

First up Laois and Leitrim meet in the Division 4 decider from 5-o'clock.

Then at 7.15 it's Down against Westmeath in the Division 3 final.


The Easter Festival gets underway at Fairyhouse, with the first of a seven race card at 2.10.

Elsewhere the first of eight races at Cork goes to post at 1.15.


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