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Tuesday Morning: Kildare Play Westmeath In The Leinster Semi-Finals

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Game will be played in Croke Park on Sunday, 15th May.


The GAA has fixed both Men's Leinster Senior Football Championship Semi Finals for Croke Park on Sunday, 15th May.

Kildare will play Westmeath at 2.15pm, followed by Dublin versus Meath at 4.30pm.


This coming Saturday, Kildare senior hurlers will play Wicklow in the Christy Ring Cup.

Throw-in at 2pm, in Aughrim.


Later on Saturday Kildare U20 footballers play Sligo in the All-Ireland semi-final.

The game will be played in Cavan’s Breifne Park, with throw-in at 4pm.


On Sunday Kildare's womens footballers play Offaly in the Leinster Intermediate semi-final.

Throw in, in Hawkfield, at 2pm.

Kfm will have live coverage of next weekend's three games.


On the club football scene yesterday:

Athy are Aldridge Cup champions, defeating Celbridge 1-15 to 0-07.

Grangenolvin lifted the Dowling Cup beating Rathcoffey by 1-14 to 0-6.

And Leixlip are Keogh Cup winners, narrowly beating Castledermot by 1-16 to 1-15.


Ralf Rangnick's final home game as Manchester United's interim boss ended in a 3-0 Premier League victory over Brentford last night.

The result leaves United in sixth with two games to play.

Erik ten Hag takes over as manager at the end of the season - Rangnick says it's likely there will be big changes to the squad in the summer:

Liverpool will attempt to book their place in a third Champions League final in five years tonight.

They take a 2-0 lead to Spain for the second leg of their semi-final tie with Villarreal.

Kick off is at 8pm.


There's a huge game in the race for Premier League football this evening.

Second plays third in the Championship, with Bournemouth playing host to Nottingham Forest.

Fulham clinched the title last night following a 7-0 win over Luton.


UEFA's decision to ban Russian teams from participating in European competition is set to benefit St Patrick's Athletic.

The Inchicore club is now set to enter the Europa Conference League at the second round stage, as opposed to the first round.

Pats won last season's FAI Cup and finished second in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

UEFA has also thrown Russia out of this summer's women's European Championships in England.


Ronnie O'Sullivan says he was "never bothered" about records after winning his seventh World Championship last night.

He overcame the challenge of Judd Trump at the Crucible by 18 frames to 13.

O'Sullivan's triumph means he is now level with Stephen Hendry's record, of seven world titles.


Leinster senior coach Stuart Lancaster says James Ryan could feature against Leicester in the Heineken Champions Cup this weekend.

The second row is back in training after suffering a concussion on international duty with Ireland in March.

Ryan Baird and Ronan Kelleher are also in contention to play the quarter-final at Welford Road.


There's racing at Ballinrobe today; the first is off at 4.50pm.

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