Kfm will have live coverage of the racing in Naas today.
The Kildare Senior Footballers suffered a narrow defeat 0-14 to 1-10 defeat to Louth in Round 2 of the O’Byrne Cup yesterday.
Glenn Ryan's side got off to a great start at St Conleth’s Park, scoring 4 unanswered points, but were trailing by 3 points at the break.
Michael Joyce scored the game's only goal midway through the second half, but Louth held on for the victory.
Next up for Kildare is Westmeath on Wednesday evening.
Kilmacud Crokes play against Kerins O' Rahilly's in the AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championship.
Throw-in at Croke Park is at 1:30pm.
Maigh Cuilinn face Glen from 3:30pm.
Leinster remain unbeaten in the URC after a 24-19 win over Ospreys in last night's URC clash in Swansea.
Ulster lost 31-29 away to Benetton and Connacht were 24-12 winners at home to South African side Sharks.
There's more action in the URC later as Glasgow Warriors host the Stormers.
Kick off at Scotstoun is 3pm.
There are 8 further FA Cup ties to be decided later.
Leeds United are in action at Cardiff City from 2pm.
Then at 4:30pm, Manchester City take on Chelsea at the Etihad.
It's day 4 of the Sentry Tounament of Champions in Hawaii.
The American, Colin Morikawa, was the man to catch after Round 3, on 16 under par.
Seamus Power was tied for 8th on 11 under.
There's Racing at home today at Naas, with the first of a 7 race card off at 12:50pm.
The feature is the Grade 1 Lawlor's Of Naas Novice Hurdle, with 9 runners going to post from 2:20pm.
The Willie Mullins 7 year old, Grangeclare West, is favourite to land the spoils.
Kfm will be broadcasting live from the race course this afternoon.