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Big day for Kildare Hurling and Football.

Diane O'Hora has named the Kildare team for tomorrow's Lidl National Football League Division 3 match against Longford.

The sides sees three changes from that which beat Down in the opening game of the campaign.

Lara Gilbert of Kildangan-Nurney, Leixlip’s Mia Doherty and Sarsfields’ Roisin Forde come into the starting 15 at left corner back, right half back and left half forward.

Throw in at Mangaurd Plus Hawkfield is at 2pm.

Tara Byrne will report for Kfm

The Men’s Senior Hurlers are aiming to lift the Kehoe Cup by beating Meath this lunchtime.

After three wins in a row, a win or a draw will be enough for the Lillywhites to lift the trophy.

The game throws in at Dunganny at 1pm and Seamus Dillon will cover it for Kfm.

Glenn Ryan's senior footballers’ take on Dublin in their Allianz National Football League Division 2 opener at Croke Park this evening.

Throw in is at 5.00 pm

Kfm will have live commentary of the game with Ger McNally and Peter McConnon in association with Hanlon Concrete Robertstown.



Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-nil last night to move into the last 16 of the F-A Cup.

League Two's Walsall will look to cause a shock when they play Leicester City at lunchtime

Accrington Stanley host Leeds at the same time.

There are seven games down for decision at 3pm, with Mick McCarthy's Blackpool away to Southampton.

Tottenham are away to Preston and Manchester United host Reading tonight.



Ulster scored five tries to account for the challenge of the DHL Stormers in the United Rugby Championship last night.

Dan McFarland's side were 35 points to five winners at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.

Three Irish provinces are in action today.

Leaders Leinster welcome Cardiff to the RDS from 5.05.

Before that, Munster take on Benetton in Italy at 2.30

Connacht's meeting with the Emirates Lions at the Sportsground gets underway at 7.35pm.

The Irish women's team have qualified for the semi-finals at the World Rugby Sevens Series in Sydney.

Two tries from Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe helped them overcome Fiji 26-12 to set up a last-four clash with New Zealand tomorrow.

The Irish men's side lost 26-12 to South Africa in their quarter-final and they'll play Britain in the fifth place playoff.



Rory McIlroy is three shots off during the second round at the weather delayed Dubai Desert Classic

He lies on 7 under par at the turn.

Leader Richard Bland is in the clubhouse on 10 under.

On1 over Shane Lowry is set to miss the cut.



Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus has claimed her first Grand Slam tennis title after winning the Australian Open.

The fifth seed came from a set down to beat Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.



There's racing at Fairyhouse this afternoon.

The first of seven races goes to post at 12.26.





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