It's a key day for Kildare footballers.
The Kildare Senior footballers begin their All Ireland Group series this afternoon away to Sligo.
Throw-in Markievicz Park is at 2.30pm.
Kfm will have commentary of the match with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.
The team was named on Friday:
In Goal: Mark Donnellan.
Full Backs: Mick O'Grady, Shea Ryan & Eoin Doyle.
Half Backs: David Hyland, Kevin Flynn & Jack Sargent.
In Centre Field: Kevin O'Callaghan & Aaron Masterson.
Half Forwards: Paddy McDermott, Ben McCormack & Alex Beirne.
Full Forwards: Paul Cribbin, Darragh Kirwan & Paddy Woodgate.
For today's game in Sligo, there is a supervised temporary car park directly across the road from the ground on Cairns Rd.
Three special parking areas have been set up. All are supervised and free.
The ground is in a residential area and along an 'old' main road. The area will be strongly policed.
Supporters are encouraged to get there early.
In yesterday’s All Ireland series football results:
Donegal 0-14, Clare 0-9.
Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17.
Galway 0-16 Tyrone 0-13.
In the Tailteann Cup, Laois and Offaly drew 1-11 each, Longford beat Wicklow 3-17 to 2-9.
In the Munster hurling championship, Clare play Cork in Cusack Park, Ennis at 2pm.
All Ireland champions Limerick play Tipperary in Semple Stadium at 4pm.
In the Leinster Championship, Galway play Antrim.
Wexford play Westmeath.
Yesterday, Kilkenny beat Dublin by 0-27 to 0-21.
Kildare women footballers have topped their Group and qualified for today’s Leinster Intermediate semi final.
They play Louth in Hawkfield at 2pm.
Kfm will have live updates with Seamus Dillon.
Diane O'Hora has named her team ahead of today's game:
In goal: Mary Hulgraine.
Full backs: Lauren Burke, Laoise Lenehan, Aoife Clifford.
Half backs: Lara Gilbert, Ruth Sargent, Sarah Munnelly.
Centre field: Grace Clifford, Aoife Rattigan.
Half forwards: Claire Sullivan, Neasa Dooley, Roisin Byrne.
Full forwards: Ellen Dowling, Trina Duggan, Lara Curran.
Katie Taylor has suffered her first defeat as a professional boxer on her return to the ring in Ireland after an absence of seven years.
The Bray boxer lost on a majority decision to England's Chantelle Cameron in their super lightweight title fight at Dublin's 3 Arena.
Both Kildare boxers, Kilcullen’s Dennis Hogan and Naas’s Gary Cully lost their fights.
Gary Cully suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Mexican Jose Felix as he was stopped in the third round of the lightweight match.
Dennis Hogan relinquished his IBO World Super Welterweight title with a points defeat to James Metcalf.
La Rochelle have been crowned European Champions Cup Winners after beating Leinster by 27-16 at The Aviva stadium last night.
Leo Cullen's side let a 17-nil lead slip as the holders pulled off the biggest comeback in the fixture's history to retain the title.
Leeds manager Sam Allardyce says the Premier League game at West Ham is "do or die" for his relegation-threatened side.
The Yorkshire club are two points adrift of 17th-placed Everton after the Toffees' last-gasp draw at Wolves yesterday.
Kick off at the London Stadium is at 1:30pm.
Brighton host already-relegated Southampton at 2pm.
Newly crowned champions Manchester City host Chelsea at 4pm.
At the USPGA, Rory McIlroy carded a second straight one-under-par 69, leaving him one under overall.
Shane Lowry is 1 over after a 71.
Padraigh Harrington is 8 over after a 75.
Bruce Koepka leads by a shot on 6 under par.
Finally, today is Kildare Sports Partnership’s Family Fun Day at the Curragh Racecourse.
Admission is free and there’s a wide range of activitities for all the family during the afternoon.
Kfm will broadcast live from the course from 1.30pm.