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Kildare & Naas Footballers Preparations; Lukaku Clears Chelsea Air; Dhokovic to Play Oz Open


Kildare and Naas footballers continue preparations this week for Saturday’s games

The Kildare/Westmeath O’Byrne Cup game has been brought forward an hour to 1pm in St. Conleth’s Park

The change is to facilitate supporters who wish to travel to Croke Park for the Naas/Kilmacud Crokes Leinster final at 5pm.

Kfm will have commentary of both matches with Ger McNally, Peter McConnon on  the O’Byrne Cup game; and with Ger and Philie Wolfe on the club final

Pat Spillane Junior is poised to join the Sligo senior football panel.

The Kerry native - who is a son of the eight-time All-Ireland winner of the same name - starred for St Jude's in the Dublin championship last year.

He qualifies to represent Sligo through his mother, who is a Sligo native.

Tony McEntee's side play Roscommon in the FBD League semi-finals next weekend.

Romelu Lukaku could return to the Chelsea squad for tomorrow’s EFL Cup semi-final against Tottenham.

The Belgian striker held clear the air talks with manager Thomas Tuchel after being dropped for Sunday’s draw with Liverpool.

Lukaku was left out of the squad following a recent interview when he expressed his desire to return to Inter Milan.

Munster will be without Jean Kleyn for their inter-pro game against Ulster on Saturday in Thomond Park.

The Ireland second-row will have a scan on the knee injury he picked up in last weekend’s defeat by Connacht.

Munster forwards coach Graham Rowntree has signed a two-year contract extension.

The former Lions and England coach will remain at Thomond Park until the end of the 2024 season.

Munster's head-coach Johann van Graan will move to Bath next summer and senior coach Stephen Larkham will return to Australia


World Tennis number one Novak Djokovic has announced that he will defend his Australian Open title at Melbourne Park this month after receiving a medical exemption from getting vaccinated against Covid-19.

Djokovic, who had declined to reveal his Covid-19 vaccination status, said previously that he was unsure whether he would compete at the Grand Slam due to concerns over Australia's quarantine rules.


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