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Rolling In The Deep

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

Busy day for Kildare GAA, LGFA and Camogie teams.

Gaelic Games

The Kildare senior footballers will hope to keep their chances of Division 2 survival alive when they take on Cork this afternoon.

Throw in at Páirc Uí Chaoimh is at 3.30pm.

Kfm will have live commentary in association with Hanlon Concrete Robertstown.

Glenn Ryan's side are bottom of the table following four straight defeats and are the only team in the country not to have scored a goal yet this season.

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At 2 o'clock, the ladies footballers look to continue their incredible run going.

They haven't been beaten in almost 20 consecutive games and play Laois in Hawkfield.

Kfm will have full commentary of that one with Seamus Dillon and Tara Byrne.

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On Saturday, The minor ladies footballers had an impressive 9-11 to 2-6 win over Laois in the first round of the Leinster Championship.

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The Kildare senior camogie team have suffered consecutive defeats in the opening two rounds of their Division 3A league campaign.

The Lillies lost out to Roscommon on a scoreline of 1-12 to 2-7.

Next up for Mike Wall's side is an away trip to Armagh next Saturday.

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The Kildare Minor Camogie team play Carlow in the first round of the All Ireland Championship today.

Throw-in at the Netwatch Centre of Excellence, Fenagh, Co. Carlow is at 2pm

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Soccer

Pep Guardiola says he understands the huge amount of pressure that's on his opposite number Erik ten Hag.

The Manchester clubs meet in the Derby this afternoon with City playing host to United.

The home side know they need a win if they're to close the gap to league leaders Liverpool to a single point by the end of the day.
 

Kick off at the Etihad is at 3:30pm.


Before that, Burnley need a win over Bournemouth if they're to keep their Premier League survival hopes alive.

They meet at Turf Moor from 1pm.

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Rugby

URC

Leinster extended their lead at the top of the URC table to four points with a 33-20 victory of Cardiff last night.

Connacht beat the Scarlets by 26 points to 10 at the Sportsground.

Sean Jansen crossed over twice to secure a bonus point for the hosts.

Ulster moved up to fifth with a 49-26 win over the Dragons
 

AIL

Mixed fortunes for Kildare teams in the AIL yesterday.

Division 1B: Naas lost out to St. Marys College on a scoreline of 31-17

Division 2A: MU Barnhall had a 36-22 bonus point victory over Malone.

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ATHLETICS

Irish sprinting star Sarah Lavin is looking to finish a decent weekend of action for Ireland at the World Indoor Championships.

The Limerick native goes in the 60m Hurdle heats at around 10:25am this morning.

She'll be aiming to make the semi finals and finals which are down for decision this evening.

Sharlene Mawdsley will be looking to put Friday's 400m semi final behind her as well this morning.

She's part of the Women's 4x400m Relay Heats which gets underway at the track in Glasgow just after half past 11.

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Basketball

Miss Quote.ie Women’s Super League

Leixlips FloMAX Liffey Celtics beat Catalyst Fr. Mattews.76-68 last night.

The result leaves Celtics second on the table, level on points with leaders Killester on 42 points.

Next up for Celtics is an away trip to the west next Sunday where they take University of Galway Mystics

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RACING

There's racing at Leopardstown this afternoon.

The first of the 7 racecard goes to post at 1:40pm.

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