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The Kildare U20 Footballers are through to the All Ireland Final.

Gaelic Games

The Kildare Ladies footballers meet Longford in the second round of Championship this afternoon.

Throw in is at 2pm in Hawkfield.


The Kildare U20 footballers are through to the All Ireland Final after beating Down last night.

A last gasp Jack McKevitt point sealed the win for Kildare with a final scoreline in Parnell Park of Kildare 1-11 Down 2-7.

Brian Flanagan's side will play Sligo in the Final next Saturday after they beat Kerry by 1-8 to 0-9.


In the Joe McDonagh Cup yesterday, Kildare lost to Laois by 1-23 to 0-11 in O'Moore Park.

Their last is against Down next Saturday where they will be fighting to retain their Joe McDonagh Cup status.


In round 3 of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship, Antrim play Kilkenny at Corrigan Park in Belfast from 1pm.

The Munster Hurling final between Clare and Kerry also takes place today.

Throw-in at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick is at 4pm.

Galway and Sligo compete in the Connacht Senior Football final this afternoon.

Throw in at MacHale Park in Castlebar is at 13:45pm.



There are 2 games in the Premier League today.

Newcastle host Arsenal at 4:30pm.

Man United are away to West Ham at 7pm.


Celtic can retain the Scottish Premiership title if they win away at Hearts this afternoon.

Kickoff at Tynecastle Park is at 2:15pm.



Munster will play Leinster in the URC semi final next Saturday after beating Glasgow 14-5 last night.

Leinster booked their place in the last 4 after beating Sharks 35-5 at the Aviva Stadium.

Connacht will play Stormers in the other semi final in Cape Town next weekend.



Seamus Power has moved to 7 under par after shooting a 67 on his 3rd round at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina.

Rory McIlroy is 1 under after a 71.

The American Wyndham Clark held the lead on 15 under par heading down the back 9 of is 3rd round.



Max Verstappen has work to do if he's to win this evening's Miami F1 Grand Prix.

The world champion goes from ninth on the grid after Charles Leclerc's crash in qualifying.

Verstappen's Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez is on pole position, sharing the front row with Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso, while Carlos Sainz is third for Ferrari in Florida.

Britain's George Russell will go from sixth on the grid - seven places ahead of Lewis Hamilton.


There's an 8 race card at Leopardstown today where the first goes to post at 1:05pm.



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