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The Kildare U20 Footballers are All Ireland Champions.

Gaelic Games

The Kildare U20 footballers are All Ireland Champions, following victory over Sligo yesterday.

In a pulsating game in Breffni Park, the Lilywhites defeated Sligo on a scoreline of 1-17 to 0-12.

This afternoon's More Music Sportsbeat programme will have player and management interviews from yesterday's win.

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The Kildare Senior Hurlers have been relegated from the Joe Macdonagh Cup.

Kildare will play in the Christy Ring Cup next season after their 3-13 to 1-27 loss to Down in Hawkfield last night.

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The Kildare women footballers are away to Wexford this afternoon in the Leinster Intermediate championship.

Throw in at Chadwicks Wexford Park is at 2pm.

The result will decide who tops the Group.

Kildare have qualified for the semi final after wins over Carlow and Longford.

Kfm will have live updates throughout the game with Seamus Dillon.

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Dublin play Louth in the Leinster Senior Football Final this afternoon.

Throw-in at Croke Park is at 1:45pm.


Armagh play Derry in the Ulster decider in Clones from 4pm.
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There are 4 games in the Tailteann Cup today:

Antrim v Leitrm in Corrigan Park 1pm.

Fermanagh V Wexford in Brewster park at 1pm.

Offaly V London, Glenisk O'Connor Park at 2pm.

Wicklow V Carlow, Echelon Park, Aughrim at 4pm.

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Soccer

There are 3 games in The Premier League this afternoon.

At 2pm:

Everton host leaders Man City.

Brentford play West Ham.

At 4:30pm Arsenal host Brighton at The Emirates.

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Rugby

Munster head coach Graham Rowntree says his side head to the URC Grand Final with a lot of belief after knocking out Leinster in the last 4.

Jack Crowley's drop goal 3 minutes from time secured the 16-15 victory at the Aviva Stadium.

Munster will face Stormers in the decider on Saturday week after they beat Connacht 43-25.

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Golf

Ireland's John Murphy is inside the top 20 as he prepares to get his final round of the Soudal Open in Antwerp underway.

He'll tee-off from 8-under-par at 20-past-11 Irish time, in a tie for 17th, seven shots off the lead.

Seamus Power shot a 2-under-par third round of 69 at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Texas overnight.

That leaves him 9-under for the tournament, in a tie for 33rd and seven shots off the lead.

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Racing

Today's racing is in Killarney with the first of an 8 race card off at 1:55pm.

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