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Sunday Sports Update: Victory For Kildare Hurlers; Women's Team In Action Today.

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Busy day in the Premier League also.



Following victories over Mayo and London in the weeks previous, the Kildare hurlers made it 3 wins from 3 in the Christy Ring Cup yesterday.

They defeated Derry on a scoreline of 1-24 to 0-12.

Leading by just a point at half time, the Lilywhites kicked on in the second half and outscored their opponents 1-16 to 0-5.

The minor hurling team lost out to Antrim in the Leinster championship yesterday, 1-14 to 0-6.

The Kildare senior women’s team are in action this afternoon in Round 2 of the Leinster Intermediate football championship.

They play Longford, a team they defeated in the league earlier in the season.

Throw in in Drumlish is at 2pm and Kfm will have live updates with Tara Byrne.

The U16 ladies team beat Westmeath in Rathangan yesterday to book their place in a Leinster Final.

That game finished 3-14 to 0-9, while the u14 side booked their place in the final four of the All Ireland U14 Gold Championship, with a win over Monaghan.


Donegal face Armagh in the quarter finals of the Ulster Senior Football Championship.

Throw in at Ballybofey is at 2pm.

Louth and Carlow kick off their Leinster Senior Football Championship campaigns at 2:30pm.

Kildare await the winners of that game.

Wexford play host to Offaly half an hour later while Laois travel to Wicklow at 3:30pm.

It's a battle of the rivals in the quarter final of the Connacht Senior Football championship.

Mayo and Galway meet at 4pm in Castlebar.



Liverpool are looking to close the gap on Manchester City to just a single point with a win today.

They face neighbours Everton in the Merseyside Derby at 4:30pm.

Before that it's an all London affair as Chelsea play host to West Ham at 2pm.

Also at 2pm, Brighton play host to Southampton and Wolves travel to Burnley.


Celtic will look to regain their 6 point advantage at the top of the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.

Ange Postecoglou's men take on Ross County at 2:30pm.

Elsewhere Dundee United take on Hearts at 3pm.


Ireland face a tough task if they're to pick up a second win of this year's Tik Tok Women's Six Nations championship.

They take on defending champions England.

Greg McWilliams will be without a number of players due to injury and call ups to the sevens squad.

Kick off at Welford Road is at noon.


Formula One champion Max Verstappen will start on pole in today's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

The Red Bull driver won yesterday's Sprint Race ahead of championship leader Charles Leclerc in Italy.

Lights out at Imola is at 2pm.


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