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Friday pm Sport: Keant Goes to 'Boro; Rose Starts Well at US Open; 3 Kildare Teams in Weekend Action

: 06/14/2019 - 17:05


Overnight leader Justin Rose was one of the earlier starters on day 2 of the US Open.

He now shares the lead on 6-under par with Chesson Hadley.

Tiger Woods has moved to 2-under par.

Rory McIlroy will look to build on his 3-under par opening round when he tees off just after 9.30, Irish time.

The 2011 champion will tee off just after 9.30, Irish time.

Graeme McDowell goes out just before 10pm at 2 under.

Shane Lowry will begin at 4 over par.

Robbie Keane is to join Jonathan Woodgate's coaching staff at Middlesbrough.

Keane will continue his duties with the Republic of Ireland as assistant to Mick McCarthy.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is expected to be announced as the new Juventus manager within the next 24 hours.

The Premier League club has reportedly agreed a deal in principle with the Italian champions.

At the Women's World Cup, England can take a huge step towards the knockout phase tonight with a win over Argentina.

Japan have leapt to the top of Group D at the Women's World Cup courtesty of a 2-1 win over Scotland in Rennes.

That result means England can secure their place in the knockout phase later with a win over Argentina.

Shamrock Rovers head to Dalymount Park in search of a first win over their old rivals Bohemians in more than two years tonight.

A win for Stephen Bradley's side would move them to within two points of SSE Airtricity Premier Division leaders Dundalk.

Dublin's Shane Barrett has been cleared to face Galway in their final match in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship tomorrow evening.

The red card the defender received in their win at Carlow has been overurned on appeal by the Central Hearings Committee.

Galway's John Hanbury failed in his bid to have the red card he was shown against Kilkenny overturned.

Another busy weekend for Kildare teams.

The minor hurlers play Kilkenny tomorrow at 1pm in St. Conleth’s Park in the Leinster semi final.  

The lady footballers have an U14 All Ireland semi final in Tipperary against Cork.

In Camogie, Kildare play Westmeath in the All Ireland Camogie series in St. Conleth’s Park at 5pm

On Sunday, the senior ladies football team plays Wexford in the Leinster semi final in St. Conleth’s Park at 2pm.

Kfm will have live updates from the various matches over the weekend.

The Kildare U20 football game v Kerry is not going ahead as planned tomorrow in Thurles, as the fixture will not have any bearing on the League standings.

Because of a clash of fixtures, the Leinster U20 - Round 1 Championship fixture, between Kildare and Laois, scheduled for next Saturday June 22nd, at 12 noon – the same day as the Kildare/Antrim Qualifier - will now be played on Tuesday June 25th at 7.30pm in St. Conleth's Park.

The EMS Copiers Senior football leagues resume tomorrow, with all games fixed for 5pm

This evening’s Weekend Preview from 6.30pm will analyse all the Kildare weekend sport.

Tonight in the Reserve Football Leagues at 7.30, first named at home
Div 5A Semi Finals
Naas V Carbury
Celbridge V Maynooth

Div 5B Semi Final Ballymore Eustace V St. Laurence's

Reminder to tune in for the Weekend GAA Preview; at 6.30


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