The first of the All-Ireland Football semi-finals takes place this evening between Dublin and Galway at 5pm.
It's the first Championship meeting between the two sides since 1983, and Galways first final 4 appearance in 17 years.
Last night's Kildare GAA Club Results:
Senior Football League Div. 3 Final: Ballyteague 1-13 Eadestown 0-12
Tom Cross Coaches Junior Football Championship Section B: Robertstown 4-12 Castlemitchell 3-9
Reserve B Football Championship Quarter Fina:Raheens 1-17 Johnstownbridge 1-12
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Group B: Moorefield 1-15 Celbridge 0-10
Haven Hire Junior Hurling Championship
Kilcock 4-14 Sarsfields 2-8
Éire Óg Corra Choill 3-10 Sallins 2-12
Today’s Fixtures: Sat 11 Aug
Senior Football League Div 1 Final: Moorefield V Athy at 3pm, preceded by the Div 2 Final: Johnstownbridge V Maynooth at 1:15: both games in St. Conleth’s Park
Tom Cross Coaches Junior Football Championship, Section A: Rheban V Miltown in Hawkfield at 1:30:
Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Football Championship, Group D: Kilcullen V Kill in Hawkfield at 3:00
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship: games at 2pm
Group A St. Columba V Ardclough in Clane
Group B Coill Dubh V St Laurence's in Round Towers
Manchester United got their Premier League campaign off to a winning start last night at home, beating Leicester 2-1.
Paul Pogba scored the opener from the penalty spot after three minutes.
Luke Shaw got United's second in the 83rd minute, before Jamie Vardy scored a late goal for Leicester.
There are 6 games today.
At 12.30, Newcastle are home to Spurs.
At 3, Chelsea go to Huddersfield; Bournemouth play promoted Cardiff City; Crystal Palace are away to Fulham; Watford are home to Brighton.
At 5.30, Everton are away to promoted Wolves.
Kfm will have regular updates from reporters at every Premier League match venue today and every weekend during the season, in association with Conlan’s Centra and Deli, Dublin Road, Athy.
Shane Lowry is 4 under par at the US PGA, but he has to finish his second round today.
Lowry started round 2 on one under par and made three birdies in his first ten holes before play was suspended due to weather.
Rory McIlroy resumes on the eighth hole today on level par.
Padraig Harrington is 1 over after 8; Paul Dunne is 4 over after 6.
Gary Woodland leads by a shot on 10 under, from Kevin Kisner
The projected cut is currently at level par.
Today’s racing is in Cork from 1.15 and in Kilbeggan from 5.20pm.
Reminder to join Eoin Beatty on today’s Sportsbeat from 2: updates from the Division 1 and 2 senior football league finals and from all the Premier League games.