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It's county football final day. We have full commentary of the Intermediate and Senior deciders on Kfm.

Gaelic Games

The draw for the 2024 Leinster Senior Football Championship has taken place.

Kildare will play the winners of Westmeath and Wicklow in the Quarter Final.

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Champions Naas are looking to make it three Senior Football Titles in a row against Celbridge this afternoon.

Throw-in at Netwatch Dr Cullen Park, Carlow is at 4pm.

Kfm will have Commentary with Ger McNally and former Kildare star Ronan Sweeney, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.

 

Before that, The Auld Shebeen Athy Intermediate Football Final sees Allenwood take on Castledermot at 2pm.

Kfm will have full commentary with Ger McNally and Seamus Dillon, in association with Glennon's Café,Bar and Restaurant, Allenwood.

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The first round of the AIB Leinster Junior Football Championship took place yesterday.

Milltown got off to a bright start, beating St. Mary's Rosslare by 0-15 to 0-9.

Manager Darren O'Shea shared his thoughts after the win:

Their second round tie is away to Kilbride of Meath in two weeks time.

 

Two Reserve Football Finals were down for decision yesterday.

Rathangan claimed the Reserve D title with a 1-9 to 0-9 win over Ballyteague.

Straffan are Reserve E champions following their 4-9 to 2-9 win against Caragh.

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Ladies Football

Two Kildare Ladies clubs were in Leinster Championship action yesterday.

Junior Champions Carbury lost against Gusserane of Wexford by 4-9 to 0-9.

Intermediate winners Suncroft continued their good form with a 0-20 to 0-4 victory over Naomh Molaoise of Offaly.

This afternoon, Eadestown play Naomh Ciaran of Offaly in the senior quarter finals.

Throw-in at the Ferbane GAA Grounds is at 2pm.

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Soccer

Manchester City went back to the top of the Premier League table yesterday afternoon.


Pep Guardiola's men got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over Brighton.


The City boss says they were made to work for it.




They're level with Arsenal at the summit after the Gunners came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Chelsea.


Liverpool are up to third after a 2-0 win over Everton.


Manchester United came away from Sheffield United with all three points as they ran out 2-1 winners.

Aston Villa can close the gap on the top four this afternoon.


They take on West Ham United in the only game of the day with kick off at 4:30pm.

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Here at home, Shamrock Rovers can take another step closer to retaining the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title this evening.


They face Drogheda United in their rescheduled game which was called off on Friday due to Storm Babet.


Kick off in Tallaght is at 8pm.


A win for Rovers would move them 6 points clear at the top with a game in hand over Derry City and St Pats who sit in second.


Elsewhere, UCD and Cork City will meet in Dublin at 3pm in their rescheduled fixture.


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Celtic can regain their 7 point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.


They face Hearts at 2:15pm looking to keep up their unbeaten league campaign.


Yesterday, Rangers closed the gap on their Glasgow rivals with a 4-0 win over Hibernian.
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RUGBY


Leinster will look to make it 4 wins from 4 for Irish sides on the opening weekend of the United Rugby Championship this afternoon.


Leo Cullen's men begin their campaign away to the Glasgow Warriors with kick off in Scotland at 4pm.


Munster, Ulster and Connacht all recorded victories in their opening games over the Sharks, Zebre and Ospreys respectively.


The only other game today sees the Scarlets travel to South Africa to take on the Bulls.


Kick off there is at 2pm.

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AIL

Division 1B: Naas lost to Old Wesley by 48-26.

Division 2A: MU Barnhall beat Banbridge by 46-40.


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GOLF


Tom McKibben has work to do if he's to move himself up the leaderboard on the final day of the Andalucia Masters.


The Northern Irishman is 3 under par after shooting a 2 over par 74 yesterday in Spain.


He tees off his final round at 10 to 10 Irish time from 11 shots off the lead.


Matthias Schmid of Germany and Denmark's Jeff Winther are the men to catch on 14-under.
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RACING


There's racing at Leopardstown and Limerick this afternoon.


The first of 7 races goes to post in Dublin at 1:35 while the action gets underway in Limerick 20 minutes later.

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BASKETBALL

Week 5 of the MissQuote.ie Women’s Super League saw the undefeated Leixlip’s FloMAX Liffey Celtics at home to The Address UCC Glanmire yesterday.

They remain undefeated 5 from 5, winning by 75-68, to move top of the table on 15 points.

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A reminder to join Oisin Coyne for More Music Sportsbeat from 1:45pm this afternoon; Full commentary of the Senior and Intermediate Football Finals, Premier League, URC, Golf, Racing and great music.

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