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Two Minor Football Finals are taking place this afternoon.

Gaelic Games

Two Minor Football Championship titles are up for grabs at Manguard Park this afternoon.

Athy play Newtown Gaels in the B decider from 2pm.

Maynooth play Sarsfields in the Minor A final from 3:45pm.


Yesterday, Ellistown claimed the Minor C title with a 7-9 to 0-7 win over Aylmer Gaels.

St Kevins beat St Edwards in the Minor D final by a goal on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-10.

Clane are Minor E champions after their 2-6 to 0-9 win against Maynooth.


Leixlip got off to a bright start in the first round of the AIB Leinster Junior Hurling Championship.

They beat Navan O'Mahonys by 3-17 to 0-11.


Ladies Football

The Suncroft ladies booked their place in the Leinster Intermediate Football Championship Semi Final.

They beat St Joseph's of Westmeath on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-7.

Their last 4 opponents will be decided today when Fingallians of Dublin take on Na Fianna of Meath.

Throw-in at Lawless Memorial Park is at 2:30pm.




City boss Pep Guardiola says it's far too early to call today's Manchester derby a title clash.

His side can go nine points clear of their rivals with victory at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Both were tipped to be challenging to win the Premier League at the start of the season.

But Guardiola believes that with just nine games played, you can't rule United out of contention.

Kick off is at 3:30pm.

A win for City would see them go level on points with Arsenal.

The Gunners cut the gap to league leaders Spurs to 2 points with a 5-0 win over Sheffield United yesterday.

Elsewhere today, West Ham and Everton meet in the early game with kick off at 1pm.

An hour later, Brighton play host to Fulham, Luton travel to Aston Villa and Liverpool clash with Nottingham Forest.

All those games get underway at 2pm.

League of Ireland

It'll be an all Munster affair in the First Division playoff final.

Waterford will take on Cobh Ramblers in the decider after wins over Athlone and Wexford in the semi finals respectively.

The winner of the clash next Saturday will then play Cork City for the chance to be promoted to the Premier Division.



Leinster head coach Leo Cullen says it's great to see his squad take advantage of their opportunities before the internationals return to URC action.

His side got their first win of the new campaign with a bonus point victory at home to the Sharks.

Rob Russell, Sam Prendergast and Max Deegan all impressed in the 34-13 win.

Deegan was making his 100th cap for the province and Cullen says he plays a crucial role when the first teamers are away:

Munster and Ulster are both in URC action this afternoon.

Graham Rowntree's side are in Italy to take on Benneton at 2pm.

Meanwhile Ulster play host to the Bulls from 5pm.


Tom McKibben will start the final round of the Qatar Masters inside the top ten this morning.

The Northern Irishman is in a tie for 8th place on 11 under par after a brilliant 65 yesterday.

He's currently 5 shots off the lead of Jorge Campillo who will complete his third round this morning after play was suspended late on last night.


There's an eight-race card at Galway this afternoon, with the first off at 12:41pm.

The racing in Wexford has been cancelled due to a waterlogged track.

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