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The Kildare senior footballers and hurlers are back in action today.

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It continues to be a busy weekend for Kildare sports teams.

The senior footballers will be hoping to register their first win in Division Two of the league when they play Meath this afternoon.

Glenn Ryan’s side remain bottom of the table, having lost their opening three games to Cavan, Fermanagh and Armagh respectively.

Throw-in in Navan is at 2pm and Kfm will have live commentary with Ger McNally and Philie Wolfe in association with Hanlon Concrete Robertstown.

Here's Kildare Manager Glenn Ryan:

At the same time in Division Two, Fermanagh host Cork and Cavan travel to Louth.

League leaders Armagh host Donegal from 3pm.



The hurlers are also looking to get their league campaign back on track against Down this lunchtime.

That game throws in at 1pm in Ballycran.

Kfm will have live updates with Seamus Dillon.



The Kildare camogie team began their Division 3A league campaign with defeat to Laois yesterday.

Full time score at Manguard Park was Laois 3-14 Kildare 2-12.

Kfm's Tara Byrne spoke to Kildare Manager Mike Wall following the result.


The Naas CBS senior footballer's season came to an end in the All Ireland PPS semi finals yesterday.

The Leinster champions were defeated by Mercy Mounthawk of Tralee on a scoreline of 1-15 to 1-10.

CBS manager Cormac Hughes emphasised how proud he is of the players:




Ireland head coach Andy Farrell says it's very pleasing to see his whole squad contribute to their Grand Slam title bid.

Ciaran Frawley scored on his first Test start and Oli Jager also picked up his first cap in the 24 point win over Wales yesterday.

The Six Nations continues this afternoon with France playing host to Italy.

It's a 3pm kick off in Lille




Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher is looking to become a Carabao Cup hero once again today.

The Cork man starts in goal for Liverpool as they take on Chelsea in the decider at Wembley.

The last time these sides met at this stage of the competition, Kelleher scored the winning penalty to hand a 9th cup success to the Reds.

Kick off in London is at 3pm.


There's just one game in the Premier League this afternoon.

Wolves welcome Sheffield United to Molineaux for a 1:30pm kick off.

A win for the hosts will take them up to 8th in the table while a Blades victory would take them off the bottom of the table.




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Leixlips FloMAX Liffey Celtics beat Brunell 82-69 last night.

The result puts Celtics joint top of the table alongside yesterday's opponents and Killester on 39 points.

Next up for Celtics is an away trip to Cork next Saturday where they take on sixth placed Catalyst Fr. Mattews.



There's racing at Naas this afternoon.

The first of the 7 racecard goes to post at 1:25pm

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