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This years Kildare senior & intermediate county football football finals will be a double header in Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow on October 22nd


This years Kildare senior & intermediate county football finals will be a double header in Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow on October 22nd it was announced at last night’s Board meeting.

Dublin native & Former Louth senior Colm Nally as Coach/Selector and former Kildare senior Brian Lacey as Selector are joining Glenn Ryan’s Management Team along with current selectors Johnny Doyle and Anthony Rainbow.

Roly Sweeney is to be the Forwards Coach. The U 20 football manager will be announced at a later date. Minor football manager Niall Cronin continues for a 3rd year.

Former Kilkenny senior camogie manager Brian Dowling was ratified as senior hurling manager, succeeding fellow Kilkenny man David Herity.


In tonight's fixtures;

UPMC Senior B Hurling Championship Round 5

UPMC Junior Hurling Championship Group B Round 5



The Republic of Ireland under 21's made it two wins from two in Euro qualifying last night.

They beat San Marino 3-0 at Turner's Cross.

Rocco Vata scored twice on his debut and Sinclair Armstrong grabbed the other goal.

At Hampden Park, England defeated Scotland 3-1 in a friendly with goals by Phil Foden, Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane.



Ireland will continue their preparations today for Saturday's Rugby World Cup game against Tonga in Nantes.

Jack Conan is still recovering from a foot injury and may not feature.



Ireland's Shane Lowry hasn't been listening to people who questioned his inclusion in the European Ryder Cup team.

Lowry was selected as a wildcard by captain Luke Donald last week for the matches against the USA in Rome in just over two weeks time.

After the call, the Offaly native tied for third place at the Irish Open.


Former Wimbledon and French Open winner Simona Halep has been banned for 4 years for what an independent tribunal has deemed 'intentional anti doping violations'.

Halep denies wrongdoing and says she will appeal the verdict to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.


A meeting at Punchestown today begins at 1.15.

There's also a card at Tramore which starts at 1.55.


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