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The Kildare senior hurlers retained their Keogh Cup title.

Gaelic Games
 

The Kildare senior hurlers claimed their first piece of silverware of the season yesterday,

 
Brian Dowling's side retained the Keogh Cup with a 1-22 to 1-19 victory over Meath.
 
That makes it three wins from three for the hurlers so far this year as they  look ahead to their league opener against Meath next Sunday.
 
Here's Kildare manager Brian Dowling:
 
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The Kildare senior footballers suffered defeat in their Division 2 opener last night, losing out to Cavan at Netwatch Cullen Park.

The full time score was Cavan 0-16 Kildare 0-12.

Next up for the Lily Whites is a trip to Fermanagh in round 2 next Saturday.

With manager Glenn Ryan suspended for the first two games of the season,  here's Kildare selector Anthony Rainbow:
 
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Ladies Football
 
The Kildare ladies footballers are looking to make it two wins from two in their Division 2 campaign today.
 
After last week's win against Monaghan, the lilies are away to Donegal.
 
Throw-in at O'Donnell Park in Letterkenny is at 12pm.
 
Kfm will have live updates with Darragh Nolan.
 
The team will line out as follows:
 
In goal: Niamh Barnes.

Full backs: Fiona Troute, Laoise Lenehan & Aoife Clifford.

Half backs: Mia Doherty, Ruth Sargent & Lara Gilbert.
 
Centre field: (C) Grace Clifford & Claire Sullivan.     
 
Half forwards: Aoife Rattigan, Ellen Dowling & Sarah Munnelly.
 
Full forwards Neasa Dooley, Roisin Byrne & Lara Curran. 
 
 
Here's Kildare manager Diane O'Hora:
 
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SOCCER

There's a Black Country derby to kick off the FA Cup Fourth Round action today.

It's an 11:45pm start to the game between West Brom and Wolves at the Hawthorns.

Later, Watford play Southampton at 2pm while half an hour later it's Liverpool vs Norwich.

The final game of the day sees Newport County welcome Manchester United to Rodney Parade at 4:30pm.

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Afcon

The last 16 of the African Cup of Nations continues this evening.

Equatorial Guinea and Guinea do battle in the first of two games today.

They meet at 5pm while a Mo Salah less Egypt look to book their place in the next round as they take on the Democratic Republic of Congo from 8pm.
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RUGBY
 
AIL:
 
Division 1B, Naas beat Buccaneers by 21-15.
 
Division 2A, MU Barnhall had a 12-5 victory over Bohemians.
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Metro League
Premier 2:
Navan 10 - 7 Naas

Division 4:
Lansdowne 32 - 24 MU Barnhall

Division 6:
Old Wesley 5 - 26 MU Barnhall

Division 9:
Athy 14 - 28 North Meath
 
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TENNIS

We're guaranteed a first time winner at the Australian Open Men's Single's final this morning.

Three time finalist Daniil Medvedev takes on Jannik Sinner in his first decider in Melbourne.

They get underway from around 8:30am Irish time.
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RACING

There's action in Naas today where the first of a 7 racecard goes to post at 1pm.
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Basketball

Miss Quote.ie Women’s Super League

Leixlips FloMAX Liffey Celtics beat Trinity Meteors 84-72 yesterday.

The result puts Celtics up to second in the league table on 30 points, 3 points behind leaders Gurranabraher Credit Union Brunell.

Next up for Celtics is a home tie against 7th placed DCU Mercy on the 3rd of February.

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