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Naas are in Leinster Senior Hurling Championship action today.

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It continues to be a busy weekend for Kildare clubs in the Leinster Championship.
In the Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals this afternoon:

Naas travel to Laois to play Camross.

Throw-in at O’Moore Park is at 3.00pm.

Kfm will have full live commentary with Ger McNally and Seamus Dillon.


In the other Senior Championship Quarter Finals:

Raharney (WH) v Na Fianna (DB) throws-in at Cusack Park from 2.00pm

Wexford Park hosts Naomh Eanna (WX) v Kilcormac Killoughey (OY) from 1:30pm

There's a 3:30pm start for Mt Leinster Rangers (CW) v O’Loughlin Gaels (KK) at Cullen Park.


On Saturday:

Leixlip booked their place in the Leinster Junior Hurling Championship Semi Finals.

They beat St Fechins of Louth by 3-19 to 4-14.

Here's Leixlip Manager Pierce Treacy:

The Kildare champions will play Carrig & Riverstown of Offaly in the last four following their 1-20 to 3-11 win over Good Counsel Liffey Gaels (Dub)

In the other Semi Final, Fr O Reagans Craanford take on Tullogher Rosbercon.

Both games are to be played on Saturday November 25th.



Premier League

Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino feels he is starting to make a positive impact on his players after a difficult beginning to the season.

A 4-1 victory against London rivals Tottenham on Monday was only their fourth win of the Premier League season so far.

They face a massive test against Manchester City today in the main Premier League fixture of the afternoon.

Pochettino senses a recent shift in the mentality of his players:

That one gets underway at Stamford Bridge at 4:30pm.

Before that, there are 4 games down for decision from 2pm.

Aston Villa play host to Fulham,

Brighton take on Sheffield United,

Brentford travel to Liverpool

West Ham play Nottingham Forest.


League of Ireland

The FAI Cup final is set to be a 48,000 sellout at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon.

St Patrick's Athletic take on Bohemians from 3pm.

These sides met in the decider in 2021 when Robbie Benson scored the crucial penalty in the shootout to win the cup for the Saints.

Damien Duff will be an interested spectator this afternoon.

His Shelbourne side will head to Europe next season if St Pats repeat their 2021 heroics.



The Lumsden League Cup is up for grabs this afternoon.

Clonmullion take on Naas United in the decider at Mullarney Park.

Kick-off is at 1pm.

Kfm will have live updates with Tara Byrne.




Leinster are looking to keep up their winning run in the United Rugby Championship this afternoon.

They're in Wales to face the Dragons with kick off at Rodney Parade at 1:15pm.

Scrum half Ben Murphy makes his first start for the province and is joined in the half backs by Ross Byrne.



In Division 1B, Naas beat Garrowen by 41-38.

In Division 2A, MU Barnhall were 48-19 winners over Greystones.


The Grand Slam of Darts continues in Wolverhampton this afternoon.

Joshua Rock is looking for his second victory when he comes up against Jonny Clayton at 1pm.

At the same time, Brendan Dolan will hope to bounce back from his opening defeat when he takes on Haruki Muramatsu

Meanwhile, Nathan Rafferty needs a win over Gian van Veen to keep his hopes of progression alive.


There's racing at Naas this morning with an 8 race card down for decision.

The first of the day goes to post at 11:40am.

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