On Sunday Allianz NFL Division 1 Kildare lost out to Mayo by 7 points.
Mayo 1-19 1-12 Kildare
On Saturday in the Allianz NHL Division 2A Round 5
London 1-19 0-15 Kildare
Dublin are on the verge of a sixth Allianz Football League final in six years.
Jim Gavin's men recorded an impressive 2-17 to 11 points victory over Kerry at Croke Park yesterday.
Limerick beat Galway by 2-18 to 1-19 in Salthill yesterday to end an eight year wait for promotion to top flight of the Hurling League.
They now play Clare in the quarter finals.
Galway will meet Wexford, Tipperary will travel to Dublin, and Offaly will take on Kilkenny.
Leinster Post Primary Senior A Football Championship Final
Naas CBS 0-9 0-7 Marist College, Athlone
Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division 2
Tipperary 2-13 0-7 Kildare
Leinster Ladies MFC Preliminary Round
Kildare 2-17 1-2 Longford
Manguard Plus Minor Football League
Minor Football League Div. 1
Aylmer Gaels 3-14 Moorefield 1-9
Maynooth 3-12 Sarsfields 1-11
Minor Football League Div. 2
Athy 2-11 Celbridge 1-9
Sallins 1-11 Balyna 1-10
Minor Football League Div. 3
Leixlip 6-6 Fr. Prendergast Gaels 1-5
Tottenham are up to third on the Premier League table.
Spurs have overtaken Liverpool thanks to a 4-1 win over Bournemouth, although there are fears over star striker Harry Kane after he picked up an ankle injury.
Arsenal halted a run of three straight Premier League defeats with a 3-nil win over Watford.
Manchester City can move a step closer to the Premier League title with a win at relegation-threatened Stoke tonight.
City were knocked out of the F-A Cup the last time they had a match at the start of the working week.
Kick off is at 8 o'clock.
Cork City will look to bounce back from their first defeat of the season in the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.
After going down to Dundalk on Friday, the Leesiders host Shamrock Rovers at Turners Cross.
Waterford play Bohemians.
Bray Wanderers, who are still in search of their first win, face Sligo Rovers.
Derry play Limerick, and Dundalk play St Patrick's Athletic.
Tiger Woods narrowly missed out on his first U-S P-G-A Tour title in five years last night.
The former World Number One, who is still on the comeback from back surgery, was runner up at the Valspar Championship in Florida.
He missed a birdie putt on the last hole, to finish one shot behind the winner Englishman Paul Casey.
There is racing this afternoon at Dundalk, with the first of an eight race card underway at 2.00.