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The Clock On The Wall

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

Ireland claimed back to back Six Nations titles yesterday.

Rugby
Ireland captain Peter O'Mahony says if yesterday was his last game in green, it wasn't a bad one to go out on.

The Munster man lead his side to another Six Nations championship thanks to a 4 point win over Scotland at the Aviva Stadium.

The 34 year old has won 4 titles and 2 Grand Slams with his country during his 12 years in international rugby.

He says he will now take time to decide if it's time to hang up his boots:

 
France needed a last minute penalty to beat England by 2 points and secure a second placed finish.

Italy recorded two wins in the tournament for just the third time in their history with a 3 point victory over Wales yesterday.
 
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Gaelic Games

Kildare will play Division 3 League football next season following yesterday’s defeat to Donegal.

Alex Beirne's goal 14 minutes into the second half closed the gap to just two points between the sides.

But that was Kildare's final score of the game as Donegal ran out 0-17 to 1-8 winners and confirmed relegation for The Lilies.

Here's Kildare manager Glenn Ryan:

Kildare have one game left to play in Division 2 against Louth on Saturday night.

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Hurlers
The Kildare senior hurler's hopes of a Division 2A league semi final were ended by Down yesterday.
 
Brian Dowling's side played their part, beating Carlow by 4 points on Friday night.
 
But Down's 3-19 to 1-16 win over Meath was enough to send them through on points difference.
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Ladies Football
 
The 19 games unbeaten Kildare ladies footballers are away to Tyrone this afternoon. 

Both sides have already been promoted to Division 1 and will meet in the league final in a couple of weeks time.
 
Throw-in at Beragh GAA is at 2pm.

Kfm will have live updates with Paddy Hunter.
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SOCCER

The old rivals do battle in the quarter finals of the FA Cup this afternoon.

Quadruple chasing Liverpool come up against Manchester United from 3:30pm.

Before that, Chelsea play host to Leicester City at 12:45pm.

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

Aston Villa travel to West Ham looking to strengthen their grip on fourth place.

Kick off at the London Stadium is at 2pm.
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GOLF

Rory McIlroy is looking for a top ten finish at the Players Championship on the PGA Tour this afternoon.

He lies on 9 under par after shooting three birdies back to back on his back nine yesterday.

The Northern Irishman is in a tie for 9th and best of the Irish ahead of the final round.

Shane Lowry is 3 under par with Seamus Power on 3 over.
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Basketball
 
The Missquote.ie Women's Super League title race is going down to the wire.
 
Joint leaders Leixlip’s FloMax Liffey Celtics won 75-72 at home to Ulster University last night.
 
Celtics have one game left to play at home to the SETU Waterford Wildcats on Monday.
 
Tip-off at the Leixlip Amenities Centre is at 3pm and Kfm will have live updates with Stephen Leonard.
 
Pyrobel Kilester, who lead by +2 score difference are away to Brunell on Monday in their final game.
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RACING

There's racing at both Down Royal and Wexford this afternoon.

The first of the 8 racecard at Down Royal is off just after 1:05pm.

The traditional St Patrick's Day card in Wexford kicks off just before 2pm.

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