It’s a major weekend on the club scene with the Haven Hire senior and junior county hurling finals scheduled tomorrow; and the Pittman Traffic and Safety Intermediate football final Two Mile House vs Monasterevin on Sunday.
Kfm will have live coverage of tomorrow’s hurling finals with Haven Hire & Sales Plant, Tool, Garden & DIY, Maynooth, Celbridge and Naas:
Tomorrow’s intermediate finals coverage is with MDC Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, Market Square, Kildare Town.
In Ladies football, Kilcullen are in Longford to play Slashers in the Leinster Junior Quarter final.
Updates on Sportsbeat.
Ireland play Denmark in the Nations League today.
Shane Long has been passed fit.
Last night, England had a scoreless draw away to Croatia.
The game was played in an empty stadium as Croatia was penalised for racist chants by fans at a previous game.
In the KDFL, its cup finals weekend.
Following an 8am pitch inspection in Suncroft, today’s Lumsden League Cup final between Suncroft and Ballycane Celtic goes ahead at 2.30pm.
Kfm will have live updates.
Leintster score 8 tries last night as they hammered Wasps 52-3 in the Champions Cup last night.
Duncan Williams will start at scrum-half for Munster at Premiership leaders Exeter today.
Ireland internationals Jordi Murphy and Craig Gilroy have recovered from injury to start for Ulster against Leicester.
Caolin Blade replaces the injured Kieran Marmion at scrum-half for Connacht's Challenge Cup match against Bordeaux.
In the Ulster Bank AIL today, Naas are home to Ballymena in Division 1B, while M-U Barnhall play DLSP in Parsonstown.
Sportsbeat will have live updates of both games.
Its family day at Naas Rugby club; admission to all is free.
Paul Dunne is best of the Irish at the British Masters.
He’s 1 under par
England’s Eddie Pepperell leads on 8 under.
Shane Lowry is 2 over.
Padraigh Harrington is 3 over and misses the weekend cut.
Today’s racing is in Limerick from 1.05pm and in Fairyhouse from 2 o’clock.