Kildare take on Mayo at Croke Park
It’s a key weekend for Kildare senior and minor footballers.
Following the defeat to Dublin in the Leinster final by 5-17 to 1-15, Kildare play Mayo in an All Ireland Senior Football Championship Round 4 qualifier at Croke Park at 6pm this evening.
KFM will have full commentary with Ger McNally and Peter McConnon in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.
Sportsbeat Saturday with Ben Atkinson from 2pm is extended from 6pm to 8pm, with Clem Ryan, for the pre-match news, commentary and post-match analysis.
The Kildare minor footballers play Mayo at O’Connor Park in Tullamore at 2.30 tomorrow.
They also lost out to Dublin in the Leinster final.
Sportsbeat Sunday, with Eoin Beatty, begins at 2pm in association with Johnstownbridge Service Station, Workwear and Newly Opened Hardware Store.
We’ll have the pre-match team news and all the action with our commentary team of Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe.
The county's senior Camogie team, complete their All Ireland Intermediate championship round robin campaign against Wexford at Manguard Plus Hawkfield at 5pm.
Having lost to Kilkenny and Derry, Kildare can no longer progress, but will be hoping to complete the tournament on a high.
The Republic of Ireland will look to end their long wait for a first win in the Nations League this evening.
Scotland visit the Aviva, with Ireland having suffered back-to-back 1-nil defeats in the group.
John Egan is a confirmed absentee, with manager Stephen Kenny promising to freshen up his side.
Kick-off at Lansdowne Road is at 5pm.
The group’s other game kicks off at 2, and sees Ukraine take on Armenia in Poland.
Leinster will end a season empty-handed for the first time in five years.
They were beaten 27-points to 26 by the Vodacom Bulls in last night’s United Rugby Championship semi-final at the RDS.
It’s now up to Ulster to provide Irish representation in next week’s Grand Final.
They’re unchanged for their semi-final with the DHL Stormers in Cape Town this afternoon, which kicks off at 2pm.
The Ireland women's team will be seeking redemption today, having narrowly lost their T-20 series to South Africa.
The sides meet in the first of three one-day internationals at Malahide.
There’s a seven-race card at Limerick this afternoon, with the first off at 2.05
Twenty minutes before that, a seven-race programme gets underway at Downpatrick.