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Saturday a.m. Sport Update: Big Sports Day!

: 03/10/2018 - 10:12

The Kildare football team to play Mayo in St. Conleth’s Park tomorrow has been named.Featured Image


Kfm will have full commentary of the game with Hanlon Concrete Products, Robertstown. 

Sunday Sportsbeat will begin at the earlier time of 1.50pm.

There's one game in Division One tonight.

Healy Park hosts the meeting of Tyrone and Donegal from 7pm.

Both sides have just 2 points to date from a possible 8.


Kildare hurlers are away to London at 1pm today in Division 2A of the League.


It’s a must-win game if they are to preserve their divisional status for next season.

Kfm will have updates of the game, with Leonie Delaney from 1pm.

Also, today, Naas CBS make history as the first Kildare school to contest a Leinster Colleges "A" senior football final when they play Marist College Athlone in O'Connor Park, Tullamore at 2pm.

We'll have match updates on Sportsbeat from 2pm.


Ireland bid to keep their Grand Slam dream alive this afternoon when they host Scotland at the Aviva Stadium.

Joe Schmidt makes 2 changes to the side which conquered Wales 2 weeks ago, as Garry Ringrose and Tadhg Furlong coming into the starting 15.

Kick off is at 2:15.

At the Stade de France, defending champions England play France.

Manchester United and Liverpool renew their rivarly today at Old Trafford in the Premier League's lunchtime kickoff.

Just 2 points separate the sides going into the tie, and a win for Liverpool would see them replace United in 2nd.

At 3pm,Everton host Brighton, Swansea go to Huddersfield, Newcastle United and Southampton meet at St James Park, bottom side West Brom play Leicester and West Ham are home to Burnley.

The late kick off is at Stamford Bridge: Chelsea against Crystal Palace.

Gowran Park will undergo a morning inspection ahead of an 8 race card this afternoon.

Racing is due to begin at 1.25.


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