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Saturday Sport

Ireland take on Australia at the Aviva Stadium


Maynooth and Raheens contest the WhiteWater Shopping Centre u23 A football semi-final in Newbridge this afternoon

The match throws in at St Conleth’s Park at 2 o’clock.

There will be updates on KFM, with Seamus Dillion.

Rathangan beat Allenwood by 11 points to 10 in the U23 C Football final last night.

Maynooth can secure their place in the Leinster Junior Camogie final today.

They entertain Naomh Eamoinn of Laois at 1.30.

Tara Byrne will bring us updates from the match here on KFM this afternoon.


The Leinster Senior Football semi-finals are down for decision at Croke Park this evening

Ratoath face The Downs of Westmeath, and Portarlington take on Kilmacud Crokes



Ireland are hoping to complete a clean sweep of autumn international wins tonight.

Jonathan Sexton returns as captain for the visit of Australia to the Aviva Stadium.

Eadestown’s Jimmy O’Brien switches to the wing, while Tadgh Beirne starts in the second row.

Kick-off is at 8.00

Elsewhere today, Springboks director of rugby Rassie Erasmus is banned from having any involvement in their test with Italy in Genoa.

Wales welcome Georgia to the Principality Stadium.

Scotland and Argentina meet at Murrayfield.

While both Owen Farrell and Brodie Retallick will win their 100th caps for their respective countries as England face the All Blacks at Twickenham.



Rory McIlroy began the day seven shots off the joint leaders at the DP World Tour Championship.

He teed off from 5-under par.

Matt Fitzpatrick and Tyrell Hatton were the joint overnight leaders on 12-under.

Seamus Power will go into the penultimate round of the RSM Classic just four shots off the lead.

A bogey at the last checked his progress, with a second round 68 leaving him on 8-under par.

American trio Cole Hammer, Harry Higgs and Andrew Putnam jointly lead in Georgia on 12-under par.


Newbridge Town claimed a third win in a row last night, beating Larkview Boys 8-nil in Leinster Senior League at Station Road.

Ballyoulster United were 2-nil winners at Ratoath.


There’s a seven-race card at Punchestown this afternoon, the first off at 12.30.

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