Premier League champions to be crowned on final day of season
Kildare have won a record fourth Christy Ring Cup beating Mayo by 2.29 to 0-19 in
It was 2-17 to 0-8 at half time.
The second half continued in a similar fashion with Kildare cruising to an inevitable win.
Gerry Keegan was flawless with 10 points from play, while James Burke was unerring, hitting 11 points, 6 frees from all distances and a 65.
Niall O’Muineacháin and Paul Divilly have now played in all of Kildare’s four Christy Ring victories.
Kildare now move up to the Joe McDonagh Cup next season and will campaign also in Division 2A of the League
The EMS Copiers Senior Football League final round is being played today with games at 12 noon.
Following this round, Divisions will split into top half promotion and bottom half relegation series play-offs.
Kildare Ladies football continues to enjoy a great season.
The senior team are current
Yesterday, the minors beat
The Under 14’s are All Ireland Gold champions.
Yesterday, in Crettyard GAA, they beat
Today sees the Ladies Senior League finals in all 7 Divisions being played in Hawkfield and Moorefield.
The Premier League champions will be crowned today – the final day of the season, with all games kicking off at 4pm
Arsenal v Everton
In the United Rugby championship, Leinster beat
He’s six shots back on leader Mito Pereira, who is three strokes clear of the field on 9 under.
Rory McIlroy is level par, Shane Lowry is three over.
Its’ Tattersalls 1000
The Tattersalls Gold Cup is off at 2.45, and the 1000
Kfm will broadcast live from the Curragh again today; the first race there is off at 1.40