Kildare Hurlers and Under 20 Footballers both in action
Kildare can secure their place in the All Ireland Under 20 Football final this evening.
Brian Flanagan’s side face Down in a semi final at Parnell Park.
Throw in is at 7.00.
Kfm will have full commentary on an extended More Music Saturday Sportsbeat.
Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe, will describe the action in association with Johnstownbridge Service Station Hardware and Topline Shop.
Kerry and Sligo contest the other semi final at Pearse Stadium at 4.45.
Before that the Kildare hurlers play Laois in the Joe McDonagh Cup.
Throw in is at 2.30.
Kfm will have live up dates with Seamus Dillon reporting.
David Herity and his management have named the Kildare Senior Hurling team to play Laois, in Round 4 of the Joe Mc Donagh Cup in Portlaoise, tomorrow, Saturday, May 6th at 2.30pm.— Kildare GAA (@KildareGAA) May 5, 2023
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Cork take on Tipperary this evening in the Munster Hurling Championship, with both sides already having one win to their name.
Galway and Dublin will look to extend their unbeaten starts to the Leinster Championship - they face Westmeath and Wexford respectively.
Sam Allardyce begins his rescue mission with Leeds this afternoon away to Premier League leaders, Manchester City.
Chelsea are looking to avoid a fifth consecutive defeat, and go to the side just below them in the table - that’s Bournemouth.
Wolves host Aston Villa, Tottenham play Crystal Palace.
And Liverpool will look to increase the pressure on the top-4 as they welcome Brentford to Anfield.
Keep an eye out for these kits during Matchweek 35 💫 pic.twitter.com/2qj2nY2Xvu— Premier League (@premierleague) May 6, 2023
Second half goals from Trevor Clarke and Rory Gaffney saw Shamrock Rovers get the better of last night’s top of the table clash in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.
They beat Bohemians by those 2-goals to nil at Tallaght Stadium to cut their Dublin rivals lead to a single point.
Bohs were denied a stonewall penalty just before Gaffney’s strike.
Adam O’Reilly’s first-half goal saw Derry City return to winning ways with a 1-nil victory at Drogheda.
Shane Griffin scored the only goal of the game as Shelbourne beat UCD at Tolka Park.
And St. Pat’s edged a five-goal thriller at Turner’s Cross, beating Cork City 3-2.
Tonight, Sligo host Dundalk from 7.45.
Connacht got the better of a tight affair in Belfast last night to reach the semi-finals of the URC.
Jack Carty kicked all of their points in a 15-points to 10 win over Ulster.
Connacht will face either the DHL Stormers or the Vodacom Bulls in those semi-finals.
The South African sides meet this afternoon in a re-run of last season’s final.
Luke McGrath captains a much-changed Leinster as they welcome the Cell C Sharks to the Aviva Stadium from 5.00
Eadestown's Tadhg Beirne makes his first appearance for Munster since January in their quarter-final away to Glasgow Warriors this evening.
There’s a 7.35 start at Scotstoun.
MU Barnhall are in the AIL Division 2A promotion final this afternoon.
They play they play Blackrock College at Stradbrook at 2.30
There’s an eight-race card at Naas this afternoon with the first off at 1.00
Join us tomorrow for our Family Fun Day here at Naas🏇— Naas Racecourse (@NaasRacecourse) May 5, 2023
Plenty of FREE activities for the kids including face painting, mini- golf, giant games, Wooly Wards petting farm, magic show & more! 🎨
First race 1.00pm ⏰ pic.twitter.com/eLohLrCRTH
While a seven-race programme at Cork gets underway just before 2.00
Newmarket hosts the first Classic of the season - the 2000 Guineas.