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The Allianz Football League Division 1 and 2 league finals take place today.

Gaelic Games

It's a repeat of last year's Division 2 final in the Allianz National Football League Division 1 decider today.

Dublin were successful on that occasion but Derry have a chance to get revenge at Croke Park.

That's a 4pm throw in at HQ and is preceded by this year's Division 2 final between Donegal and Armagh.

Throw in for that one is at 1:45pm.

Kfm will have live updates of both games with Declan Drake.

There are also league finals for Divisions 2A, 3A and 3B in hurling this afternoon.

Carlow and Laois face off in the 2A final while the 3A final between Mayo and Sligo and the 3B final between Fermanagh and Warwickshire throw in at 2pm.


On Saturday, Westmeath claimed the Division 3 title with a 2-10 to 0-13 victory against Down.

Elsewhere, Laois are the Division 4 champions after beating Leitrim by 3-14 to 0-9.




Women's Six Nations

Ireland are looking to pick up their first win of this year's Women's Six Nations championship this afternoon.

After a good performance against France last time out, they are looking to get points on the board against Italy today.

Kick off at the RDS is at 3pm.



Munster kept up their recent good form as they beat Cardiff in the URC last night.

15 points from Jack Crowley helped them to a 20-15 win over their Welsh opponents.

Ulster suffered a 13-7 loss away at the Stormers.

Benetton beat Connacht by 18-14.



In Division 1B, Naas were defeated 33-31 by Queens University Belfast.

In Division 2A, Nenagh clinched the league title with a 29-12 win over MU Barnhall.




Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has confirmed they'll be without Kyle Walker and John Stones for their Premier League title clash with Arsenal today.

The defenders both picked up injuries while playing for England during the international break.

A win for either side would be a massive psychological blow in the title race.

Guardiola admits it's not ideal preparation for such an important game.

Kick off at the Etihad is at 4:30pm.

Before that, Liverpool can move to the top of the table and put pressure on their rivals.

They host Brighton at Anfield from 2pm.




There's racing at Cork and Fairyhouse this afternoon.

There's an 8 racecard in Cork where the first is off at 1:10pm.

The Easter Festival continues at Fairyhouse then with the first of 8 races going to post at 1:25pm.

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