The Kildare hurlers continue their league campaign today.
The Kildare hurlers are looking for the first win of their Division 2A league campaign this afternoon.
The Lilywhites host Laois in Manguard Park from 2pm.
Kfm will have full live commentary with Seamus Dillon, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Roberstown.
Speaking after last week's opening round defeat against Meath, here's Kildare manager Brian Dowling:
Also in Division 2A, Carlow host Meath from 2pm at Netwatch Cullen Park.
The Naas CBS footballers have retained their Leinster BR Bosco Cup title for the third year in a row with victory over Coláiste Choilm, Tullamore.
Full time score in Ashbourne was Naas CBS 1-12 Coláiste Choilm 0-10.
CBS will face Munster champions Mercy Mounthawk from Kerry in the All Ireland PPS semi finals on Saturday February 24th.
Kfm's Seamus Dillon spoke to Naas CBS manager Cormac Hughes after the game:
Ireland are looking to make it two wins from two in the Six Nations this afternoon.
Andy Farrell's men are heavy favourites as they welcome Italy to the Aviva Stadium at 3pm.
Yesterday, England added a second win to their tally with a 16-14 victory at home to Wales.
France put their opening day disappointment behind them by holding on to beat Scotland by 20-16 at Murrayfield.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he encourages his team to enjoy their victories.
They were criticised by some pundits for "over celebrating" after their 3-1 win over Premier League leaders Liverpool last weekend.
The Gunners are looking to keep pace with the Reds and Manchester City as they travel to West Ham this afternoon.
Their boss says celebrating wins is what football is all about:
Kick off at the London Stadium is at 2pm.
The other game today sees 6th placed Manchester United play 5th placed Aston Villa.
That one gets underway at Villa Park at 4:30pm.
Tom McKibbin has put himself in a great position to win a 2nd event on the DP World Tour.
The Northern Irishman goes into the final round of the Qatar Masters one shot off the lead after yesterday's third round of 68.
Rasmus Hojgaard, Ugo Coussaud and Rikuya Hoshino lead the way on 10 under par.
There's action at Navan this afternoon.
The first of the 7 racecard goes to post at 1:45pm.