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Fri Lunch Update: Moorefield and Athy Ready for Sunday’s County Final & This Evening’s Weekend Preview, from 6.25: Analysis of Both Teams & Manager Interviews

: 10/19/2018 - 12:48

Sunday is county football finals day.

County and Leinster champions Moorefield and Leinster Leader League winners Athy contest the Joe Mallon Renault senior football final in St. Conleth’s Park at 3.30.

Kfm will have commentary of Sunday’s final, with Ger McNally and former Kildare stars Peter McConnon and Johnny Doyle, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.

We’ll, also have updates of the Manguard Plus Minor “A” Football final.  Clane, appearing in their 4th consecutive minor final, play Naas at 1.30pm


Dundalk will be presented with the SSE Airtricity Premier Division trophy tonight.

Sligo Rover come to Oriel Park.

Derry City's final home game of the season sees them at home to Cork City.

Bohemians go to Bray Wanderers,

Limerick host St. Pat's.

Shamrock Rovers play Waterford in Tallaght.


In the Champions Cup, Rob Kearney misses Leinster's trip to Toulouse on Sunday, due to a quad injury.

Jordan Larmour takes his place at full back, with Joe Tomane coming onto the wing.

Rhys Ruddock retains his place in the back row, having come in as a late replacement for Dan Leavy against Wasps last week.


Munster have made four changes in the pack for tomorrow's match against Gloucester at Thomond Park.

Tommy O'Donnell replaces Chris Cloete on the flank.

James Cronin, Rhys Marshall and John Ryan form a new look front row.

The back line is unchanged.


Ulster are without John Cooney for their match against Racing 92 in Paris tomorrow.

The former Leinster scrum half suffered a shoulder injury during last week's victory over Leicester in Belfast.

David Shanahan will wear the number 9 shirt instead.

Marty Moore joins Rory Best in the front row.


Today’s racing is in Dundalk from 5.30.


Reminder:  This evening’s Weekend Preview from 6.20pm will preview Sunday’s county football finals, along with Moorefield and Athy manager interviews, and the rest of the weekend Kildare Sport.


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