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Wednesday Morning: Kildare Ladies Minor Footballers In All-Ireland 'A' Semi-Final Tonight

File image: Kildare Ladies Minor Footballers via @KildareFan2022/Twitter

Face Galway in Kinnegad GAA club, at 7.30pm


Kildare’s ladies minor footballers play Galway in the All-Ireland ‘A’ semi-final tonight.

The team was named last night:

1 Niamh Barnes   Celbridge
2 Niamh Hayes   Maynooth
3 Eimear Glancy   St Laurences
4 Aine Mernagh   Eadestown
5 Molly O'Loughlin   Kilcullen
6 Ruth Sargent   Eadestown
7 Olivia Monaghan   Kilcullen
8 Amy Larn   Castlemitchell
9 Hannah Breen   Kilcullen
10 Sophie nGai   Kilcullen
11 Ellie Kendrick   Sarsfields
12 Ava Cullen   Maynooth
13 Grace Murtagh   Milltown
14 Mayah Doyle   Ballymore
15 Edwina Birchall   Kilcullen

Two weeks ago, Kildare beat Meath in the Leinster final, by 2-6 to 0-8.

Galway - whose management team includes former Kildare senior manager Daniel Moynihan - beat Mayo in the Connacht decider.

Kildare manager Darren Kendrick feels his side are prepared for the challenge ahead:

Throw-in at 7.30pm this evening, in Kinnegad GAA club.

KFM will have live updates of the match with Tara Byrne.


The countdown is well underway to Sunday's All Ireland senior men's football final between Kerry and Galway at Croke Park.

Kerry haven't won the Sam Maguire Cup in eight years.

Former Kildare manager & current Kerry manager, Jack O'Connor, says with the talent in the county, there's always the opportunity of becoming All Ireland champions:


Shamrock Rovers have a mountain to climb if they are to stay in the Champions League.

The Hoops lost 3-0 to Ludogorets in Bulgaria last night in the first leg of their second qualifying round tie.

The return leg is in Tallaght Stadium next Tuesday.


At the Women's European Championship tonight, England face Spain in the quarter finals in Brighton.

Kick off at the AMEX Stadium is at 8pm.


Bayern Munich have signed Dutch international defender Matthijs de Light from Juventus for €77 million on a five year deal.

Barcelona have completed the signing of Polish international striker Robert Lewandowski from Bayern for €50 million.

He has signed a four year deal with the Spanish club.


Elsewhere, Stephen Kenny's son Eoin has received a call up to Northern Ireland's Under 18's squad for the Super Cup NI next week.


Stage 17 of the Tour de France takes place today with riders making a climb of almost 130kms in the French Pyrenees.

Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard is still in the yellow jersey ahead of two-time winner Tadej Pogacar of Slovenia.


There are 7 races over jumps at Limerick today from 5.15pm.

A seven race flat card at Naas begins at 5.30pm.

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