Naas are looking to seal a place in the Leinster Final this afternoon.
It continues to be a busy weekend for Kildare clubs in the Leinster Championship.
In the Senior Football Championship Semi Finals this afternoon:
Naas travel to Westmeath to take on St Lomans.
Throw-in at Cusack Park is at 1:30pm.
Kfm will have full live commentary with Ger McNally and former Kildare star Ronan Sweeney.
At the same time, St Mary’s Ardee (Louth) play Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) in the other semi final.
Both Allenwood and Milltown progressed to their respective Leinster Finals .
Allenwood booked their place in the Intermediate decider with a 2-17 to 1-9 win over Ballylinan after extra time.
They will play Scoil Ui Chonail of Dublin in the final after their penalty shootout win against Rathkenny of Meath.
Here's Allenwood Manager Noel Mooney:
Milltown are through to the Junior Final after beating Kilbeggan Shamrocks by 1-16 to 2-6.
Glyde Rangers of Louth will be their final oppponents following a 0-9 to 0-7 victory over Man O'War of Dublin.
Here's Milltown Manager Darren O'Shea:
The Junior Final has been scheduled to take place on Sunday 3rd December at Manguard Park.
Throw-in is at 1:30pm.
Kildare's Róisín Byrne has been named as the TG4 Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year.
The Sarsfields club woman played a crucial role in helping Kildare complete the treble this season.
Róisín scored 0-25 for the Lilywhites in the All-Ireland series as they stormed to Intermediate glory, including seven points in a Final Player of the Match performance against Clare.
The Republic of Ireland finished their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with a loss last night.
The Netherlands booked their place in the tournament thanks to a 1-0 win in Amsterdam.
Stephen Kenny's side now turn their attention to their friendly with New Zealand on Tuesday night.
Shelbourne take on Athlone Town, managed by Kilcock's Ciaran Kilduff in the Women's FAI Cup final today.
Kick-off at Tallaght Stadium is at 3pm.
In the AIL:
Division 1B, Naas lost to Blackrock by 32-29.
In Division 2A, MU Barnhall were beaten by Cashel on a scoreline of 24-19.
Rory McIroy is best of the Irish ahead of the final round of the DP World Tour Championship today.
The World Number Two is 8 under par after yesterday's 65 which left him 8 shots off the lead.
Tom McKibben and Shane Lowry are also well placed at 7 under and 6 under respectively.
Matt Wallace leads by a shot on 16 under par.
There's an eight-race card at Navan today, with the first off at 11:45am.
The MissQuote.ie Women’s Super League resumed this weekend after a two week
The Leixlip FloMAX Liffey Celtics continued their unbeaten run with a 84-75 victory at home to 7th place Catalyst Fr.
Matthews last night.
Celtic’s are the only unbeaten team in the League and are three points clear at the top of the table, ahead of Brunell.
The two sides meet in Cork next weekend.