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Lunch Update: Three Games at World Cup Today & 5 Kildare GAA Teams in Action This Week

: 06/18/2018 - 12:39

At the World Cup, the first of the day's three games: Sweden and South Korea kicks off at 1pm.

Sweden are appearing in the finals for the first time since 2006.

Korea have not missed a World Cup since 1986.

That will be followed by Belgium and World Cup debutants Panama at 4pm.

Belgium will be without Vincent Kompany due to a groin injury.

England play Tunisia in Volgograd at 7.00.

England are aiming to reach the quarter finals for the first time in 12 years.


Brooks Koepka has climbed up five places to fourth in the latest Golf World Rankings.

The 28 year old has become the first man to win back to back US Open titles in 29 years.

Rory McIlroy has dropped one spot to seventh.


Three time European champions Toulon have signed All Black Julian Savea.

The 27 year old winger scored 46 tries in 54 tests for New Zealand, a total only surpassed by Doug Howlett.

A very busy weekend ahead for the Kildare GAA

Wednesday: Leinster Minor Hurling Shield Quarter Final:

Netwatch Cullen Park Carlow (7.30) Carlow   v   Kildare     

Friday: Eirgrid Leinster Under 20 Football Championship Quarter Final :

Netwatch Cullen Park (7.30)  Carlow   v   Kildare


Christy Ring Cup final: Kildare vs London, Croke Pk., 2pm

All Ireland Qualifier: Kildare v Longford 7pm.

Sunday: Leinster Junior Football final: Kildare v Meath Croke Pk., 1.45pm.

Yesterday’s club results

Haven Hire Hurling League Finals: a double for Naas

Div 2: Naas 1-12 Celbridge 1-6

Div 3: Naas 5-17 Sallins 1-12

On Sunday, Confey took the Division 1 title, beating Éire Óg Corra Choill 20 points to 1-13

Following Saturday’s Senior Football League action: 

In Division 1, Carbury and Athy are both on 12 points each, but Carbury have a game in hand.

Sarsfield’s, Naas and Confey are on 11 points, Confey have a game in hand on the other two.

Johnstownbridge lead the Division 2 Top Section on 17 points, from Maynooth with 15.

The bottom two are Rathangan and Allenwood with 5 points each

Eadestown lead the Division 3 Top Section on 18 points, from Ballyteague on 14

The bottom two are Kill on 6 points, while Robertstown have just one point.

The Division 4 leaders are Ellistown on 19 points from Suncroft with 16.

The bottom 2 are Ardclough and Castlemitchell on 2 points each

***This evening’s Kildare Scoreboard will have all the results and full league tables.

One fixture this evening: Reserve Football League Div. 2 Semi Final at 8pm: Johnstownbridge home to Raheens


South African middle-distance runner Caster Semenya is to challenge a female classification rule imposed by the International Association of Athletics Federation.

The double Olympic and triple world 800 metres champion faces having to take medication to lower her higher than normal levels of naturally-produced testosterone, which the sport's governing body has deemed gives her an unfair advantage.

Testosterone is a hormone that increases muscle mass and haemoglobin in the blood.


Today’s racing is in Naas from 5.40.

Reminder: This evening’s Kildare Scoreboard from 6.30 will review the weekend Kildare sport.


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