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Ryan Sheridan

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Sunday Sport, with Joe Mallon Motors, Sallins Rd., Naas

Two Kildare football Teams are in action today.

Gaelic Games
 
Glenn Ryan’s footballers play Meath at 2pm, in the last game to be played in St. Conleth’s Park, ahead of its redevelopment.
 
Kildare retain their place in Division 2 for next season after the win over Limerick last week.
 
A win is a must for Kildare to keep their chances of participation in the All Ireland series alive.
 
Kfm will broadcast live from St. Conleth’s Park from 1pm, with commentary from 2pm in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown

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Diane Ó Hora’s women footballers complete their Lidl League today, at 2pm in Hawkfield against Wexford.

Kildare have won all their Division 3 games, apart from the loss to Louth and top the Division from Wexford.

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Joe Quaids county camogie side were beaten 2-12 to 0-4 points yesterday in the Very Ireland Division 3A semi final vs Carlow

The game was played in Abbotstown

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In The Lidl Post Primary School Junior B final yesterday Maynooth PPS became All Ireland champions after beating St Ronans by 10-06 to 4-07.

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Rugby

In the Women's Six Nations:

Ireland opened their campaign with a 31-5 defeat to Wales yesterday.

England beat Scotland by 57-7

Today Italy Host France at 2pm.

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In the United Rugby Championship:

Leinster maintained their unbeaten run in the URC with a 22 point draw against Stormers.

Connacht beat Edinburgh by 41-26.

Munster lost to Glasgow Warriors by 38-26.

Ulster beat Bulls by 32-23 to move 2points off 2nd place.

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In the AIL DIvision 1b 7th place Naas beat 2nd place Old Belvedere by 25-17.

In Division 2a 4th place Mu Barnhall lost to leaders Queens University by 57-10 in Belfast.

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Soccer

Wales drew 1-all with Croatia in their opening match of Euro 2024 qualifying in Split last night.

Scotland were 3-nil winners over Cyprus at Hampden Park.

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Racing

Today's racing is in Naas from 1:25pm and Limerick from 1:45pm.

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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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