Kill secure place in Tom Cross Transport final
Kill booked their place in the final of the 2022, Tom Cross Transport, Junior Football Championship last night.
They beat Grangenolvin by 1-11 to 11 points at Manguard Plus Hawkfield.
They will now play either Straffan or Robertstown
Those clubs contest the second semi final at St Conleth’s Park this afternoon.
That throws in at 2 o’clock.
It will be followed at 4.00, by the Auld Shebeen Bar Athy, Intermediate Semi Final, between Ballyteague and Caragh.
KFM will have live updates from both of those games throughout the afternoon
Seamus Dillon will report from Newbridge.
The Tom Cross Transport Junior Playoff between Athgarvan and Cappagh throws in at Hawkfield at 6.00.
That is also the venue for the Joe Fox Plant Hire Reserve A Semi final between Naas and Clane
Also down for decision today:
Reserve B: Quarter finals: first named at home, games at 6pm
Kilcock V Round Towers
Johnstownbridge V Maynooth
Reserve C: Quarter finals: first named at home, games at 6pm
Moorefield V Rathangan
St Kevin's V Kilcock
Sallins V Celbridge
Naas V Castledermot
Reserve D: Semi final Two-Mile House at home vs Athy at 5.00
Reserve E: Semi final Clane home to Carbury 6:00.
Reserve F: Semi final Straffan home to Athgarvan 6:00.
Champions Manchester City open today’s Premier League action with a lunchtime trip to Wolves
Newcastle host Bournemouth and Tottenham meet ‘yet to win’ Leicester in the evening kick-off
All four Irish provinces begin their new United Rugby Championship season today.
Leinster are away to Zebre at 1.00.
Munster travel to Cardiff.
While Ulster welcome Connacht to Belfast.
Rory McIlroy holds a one-shot off lead heading into the third round of the Italian Open.
The world number-2 sits on top of the leader board on 9-under par.
Matt Fitzpatrick is his closest rival.
There’s a seven-race card at Gowran Park this afternoon
The first goes to post at 1.35.
Twenty-five minutes later an eight-race programme gets underway at Navan.