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Its a key day for Kildare men and women footballers and hurlers

Gaelic Games

Kildare senior hurlers are on a 15 match unbeaten run in all competitions, including 4 successive Allianz League wins, which put them top of Division 2

Today, they play Offaly at 1pm in Tullamore, who are also unbeaten in the League. 

Kildare are already guaranteed a home venue for the Division 2A semi final, but a win today will put them into the final

Kfm will have commentary, from 12.50pm, with Pat Costello and Seamus Dillon, with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.


Its a another make or break day for the footballers, who are away to Limerick today at 3.45pm.

A win for Kildare, along with Clare losing away to Division 2 leaders Derry, would guarantee Kildare’s Division 2 status.

However, their participation in this year’s Sam Maguire series will not be decided until the final game at home to Meath next weekend.

Kfm will have commentary of today’s game with Ger McNally and Peter McConnon from 3.45pm, in association with Hanlon Concrete Robertstown.


The women footballers are away to Sligo in the Lidl League Division 3 today at 2pm.

Last time out, they beat Offaly by 14 points and are 2nd in the table.  We’ll update that game during the hurling commentary.

In the Very Ireland National Camogie League 3A, Kildare were away to Mayo yesterday, and won 2-9 to 1-6 to give them their 2nd win from three games.


Three club League finals were decided on Friday and yesterday.

In the Aldridge Cup final, Celbridge beat Sarsfields 1-11 to 11 points on Friday.

Yesterday, in the Keogh Cup final, Monasterevin 2-13 Caragh 3-9 – a Ryan Bannon goal 4 minutes into injury time giving Monasterevin a one point win.

In the Dowling cup final, Miltown 2-8 Grange 1-8.



Ireland have won rugby union's Six Nations title and completed the Grand Slam with a 29-16 victory over England yesterday..

It means the world's number one side finish the tournament with five wins from five.



There is one game in the Premier League today.

Leaders Arsenal host Crystal Palace at 2pm.

There are 2 Premier league teams in FA Cup action today.

Brighton V Grimsby Town at 2:15pm.

Man Utd V Fulham at 4:30pm.


Formula 1

Defending champion Max Verstappen will start this afternoon's Saudi Arabian F1 Grand Prix from 15th place after suffering a power issue in qualifying.

His Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez is on pole.


Reminder to join Rob Garvey today for More Music Sportsbeat Sunday, in association with TP Waters, Mazda, Kildare Town.  We’ll keep you updated with all today’s Sport, along with lots of music.

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