Ballyteague, Straffan & Maynooth in Leinster Club Championship action
Ballyteague can secure their place in a Leinster Intermediate Football Championship semi final today.
The Kildare champions take on Dunshaughlin of Meath in Páirc Tailteann at 1.30.
You can keep up to date on the match here on KFM.
Ger McNally will be reporting from Navan.
At the same time, Straffan play Clonmore of Carlow in a Leinster Junior Football championship quarter final.
Seamus Dillon will have updates from Netwatch Cullen Park.
Also today, Maynooth host Mount Leinster Rangers of Carlow in a Leinster Junior Camogie Quarter Final.
That also throws in at 1.30.
It was a tough night for Kildare players, Jimmy O'Brien, Cian Prendergast and Jeremy Loughman as Ireland A suffered a 47-19 defeat to an All Blacks XV.
Eadestown's Jimmy O'Brien joins Joey Carbury on the bench for this evening November Test against South Africa at the Aviva Stadium.
O'Brien comes into the squad due to an injury to Robbie Henshaw.
Tadhg Beirne starts in the second row, while scrum half Connor Murray is set to earn his 100th cap.
Also today, Wales host New Zealand and France face Australia.
Premier League champions Manchester City can go back to the top of the table with a win at home to Fulham this afternoon
Bottom side Nottingham Forest host Brentford.
Fellow strugglers Wolves entertain in-form Brighton.
While just a point separates Leeds and Bournemouth ahead of their clash at Elland Road.
All those games kick off at 3.00
Leicester travel to Everton for the late game.
There’s a seven-race card at Down Royal this afternoon, with the first going to post at 12.53.