The Kildare U20 football team to play Offaly in tomorrow’s Leinster Quarter final in St. Conleth’s Park at 2pm has been announced.
In goal: Cian Burke, Clane
Jack Hamill, Raheens
John Lawler, Eadestown
Sean Moore, Athy
DJ Earley, Monasterevan (capt)
Cian Powell, Celbridge
Jack Collins, Two Mile House
Centre Field: Darren McDermott, Leixlip and Tony O’Connor, Two Mile House
Adam Steed, St. Laurences
Darragh Kirwan, Naas
Adam Conneely, Two Mile House
Luke Griffin, Naas
Shane O’Sullivan, Clane
Aaron Browne, Celbridge
Matt Anderson, Athy Jack Sargent, Eadestown Mark Cully, Carbury Paddy McDermott, Naas Mark Grehan, Clogherinkoe
Sam McCormack, Clane Alex Beirne, Naas Findlay Nairn, Kilcock Cathal McCabe, Maynooth
Kfm will have live updates of the game.
On Sunday, the county senior hurlers are away to Derry in the Allianz League at 2pm in Celtic Park.
The women footballers are home to Wicklow in St. Conleth’s Park at 2pm.
Dundalk kick off the defence of their S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division title this evening.
The three in-a-row chasing Lilywhites welcome Derry City to Oriel Park on the opening night of the new season.
Last year's First Division winners Shelbourne, with Kilcock's Ciarán Kilduff, go to Cork City; Saint Pat's play Waterford; Finn Harps play Sligo.
Sadio Mane and James Milner are fit for Liverpool's Premier League game against Norwich City tomorrow.
The Reds are 22-points clear at the top of the table and are closing in on a first title in 30 years.
Wolves and Leicester return to action from their Premier League winter break this evening.
The visitors to Molineux have the chance to move up to second in the table, after some mixed form saw them drop behind Manchester City.
Wolves will be looking for 3 points to reignite their push for a European spot.
Many of the players released by the Irish squad have been named in their provincial teams for Saturday's Pro 14 action.
Dave Kearney, Luke McGrath, Ronan Kelleher, Will Connors and Max Deegan all start for Leinster against the Cheetahs at the RDS
Billy Burns and Stuart McCloskey both start for Ulster for the game at Ospreys
Ultan Dillane and Dave Heffernan have returned to the Connacht starting team to play Cardiff Blues at the Sportsground
Munster have the chance to move to the top of Conference B of the Guinness PRO14 this evening.
Johann van Graan's will be seeking a bonus-point victory when they play the Southern Kings in Cork at 7.35pm.
Glasgow host Zebre in Conference A.
Rory McIlroy is four shots off the lead heading into today's second round at the Genesis Invitational.
The world number one will resume later from three-under-par with Matt Kuchar holding a three stroke advantage over the field at seven-under.
Tiger Woods is two-under after his opening round.
It's been confirmed that back-to-back Aintree Grand National winner Tiger Roll will make his seasonal reappearance at Navan this weekend.
The Michael O'Leary-owned chaser will go in Sunday's Boyne Hurdle.