On Air Now

The Eleven to Two Show

11:00am - 2:00pm

  • 045 901 490
  • 0833 979797

Now Playing

Stevie Wonder


Sunday Sport

O'Byrne Cup, Liverpool, Spurs & Arsenal in FA Cup Today; Red Card for Zebo in Munster Win


Kildare began their 2022 football campaign in the O’Byrne Cup yesterday under manager Glenn Ryan.

They beat Westmeath 0-19 to 0-08 in St Conleth's Park. 

Kildare were in control from the start.

Top scorers were Jimmy Hyland with 7 points – 6 from play, and Paddy Woodgate with 6 points.

Kildare’s next outing is on Thursday at 7.30 against Carlow in Netwatch Cullen Park

Kfm will have commentary of the game.

Other results

Dublin 2-12 Offaly 13 points

Wexford 6-10 Laois 13 points,

Holders Longford 2-13 Louth 14 points.


Kilmacud Crokes are Leinster Club football champions for the first time since 2010, after beating Naas 14 points to 7 at Croke Park.

Both sides were without key players: Darragh Kirwan for Naas and Paul Mannion for Crokes.

Naas only trailed by a point – 8 points to 7 at half time, but failed to score in the 2nd half.

The club will now focus on next weekend’s Leinster Intermediate Hurling final.

This afternoon’s Sportsbeat programme, from 2pm, with Paul Power, will feature interviews from both the Kildare and Naas games

In the FA Cup today at 2pm:

Liverpool are away to Shrewsbury.

Spurs home to Morecame

Wolves home to Sheffield United

West Ham home to Leeds

And, at 10 past 5, Arsenal are away to Nottingham Forrest

Munster beat Ulster 18-13 in their United Rugby Championship tie at Thomond Park.

Simon Zebo was red carded in the first quarter hour for a dangerous tackle


More from Sports News

Stay tuned to Kfm!

Get the Kfm Apps for you phone, tablet or smart speaker...

Kfm Kildare Weather

  • Thu

    Sunny intervals


  • Fri

    Sunny intervals


  • Sat



  • Sun

    Sunny intervals


  • Mon

    Sunny intervals