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The Kildare Hurlers are Keogh Cup champions.

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Mixed fortunes for Kildare hurlers and footballers yesterday.

David Herity’s hurlers are Keogh Cup champions following their 2-24 to 0-18 points win over Meath yesterday in Dunganny.

Next up for Kildare is their opening League game away to Carlow next Saturday at 2pm.


The footballers were much improved on their O’Byrne Cup performance.

They put Dublin to the pin of their collar losing by a single point 1-11 to 0-13 points.

Next up for Kildare is Cork in St. Conleth’s Park next Sunday at 2pm.

We’ll have post match interviews with the respective managers later this afternoon on Sportsbeat between 2pm and 6pm


Today in Division 1: Roscommon play Tyrone at 1.30.  Donegal host Kerry at 2pm

In Division 2, Cork play Meath at 1.30.  Clare are home to Louth at 2pm

Kildare Lady footballers continue their League today following last weekend’s win over Down.

They play Longford in Manguard Plus Hawkfield at 2pm

Kfm will have live updates of the game with Tara Byrne



The fourth round of the FA Cup continues today with three fixtures taking place.

First up Brighton host Liverpool having beaten them 3-0 in the Premier League just two week's ago.

The Republic of Ireland's Evan Ferguson should feature for the Seagulls.

That kicks-off at half-past-1.

Elsewhere the EFL Championship's Stoke City welcome Stevenage to The Bet365 Stadium from 2-o'clock.

And then later on Wrexham will hope to continue their dream run when they play Sheffield United at 4:30pm


Celtic will look to open up a nine point gap on Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership table today.

They're away to Dundee United at 4-o'clock.

Before that Livingston host Hearts at half-past-1.



After wins for Connacht, Leinster and Munster yesterday there's more URC action this afternoon.

Zebre host the Ospreys from 3pm.



Rory McIroy is in a tie for the lead playing his third round of the Dubai Desert Classic.

The Northern Irishman 4-under-par thru 11 holes today which leaves him 12-under for the tournament alongside Spain's Adrià Arnaus.

The event will finish tomorrow as a result of several weather delays over the first two days.



Today’s fixture is in Naas featuring two Grade 3 races.  Racing begins at 12:57pm

 We’ll have all the results during Sportsbeat with Rob Garvey and Oisín Coyne.

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