It’s a key weekend in Kildare GAA with finals, quarter finals and relegation semi finals and 5 Ladies football county finals scheduled.
Games in St. Conleth’s Park
Haven Hire Senior Hurling Championship Semi Finals
Naas V Ardclough 3:45
Celbridge V Confey 5:30
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Final: Maynooth V Naas 2:00
Games in Hawkfield
Joe Mallon Renault Senior Football Relegation Semi Finals
Castledermot V Clane 2:00
Eadestown V Leixlip 3:30
Pittman Traffic & Safety Intermediate Football Relegation Semi Final: Allenwood V Ellistown 5:00
Kildare Ladies Football County Finals in Moorefield GAA
Junior C: Kill v Ellistown at 1.30pm
Junior B: Milltown v Rheban at 2pm (pro. REBBAN)
Junior A: Kilcullen v Na Fianna at 3.30pm
Intermediate: Naas v Suncroft at 4pm
Senior: Confey v Eadestown at 5.30
Kfm will have live updates from all todays GAA games and from the Ladies football finals in today’s Sportsbeat from 2pm.
In the Premier League today:
At 12.30: Fulham v Watford
3pm kick offs:
Manchester Utd v Wolves
Burnley v Bournemouth
Cardiff v Man City
Crystal Palace v Newcastle
Leicester v Huddersfield
Liverpool v Southampton
At 5.30, Brighton v Spurs
Dundalk lead the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division by 9 points, with a game in hand.
Last night, they won 1-nil away to Cork.
This evening, Shamrock Rovers are away to Derry; St. Pats play Bohemians.
At the Portugal Masters, Shane Lowry is nine-under par - three shots behind the leaders Oliver Fisher, Lucas Herbert and Eddie Pepperell.
Wicklow's Paul Dunne is six-under-par.
At the PGA Tour in Atlanta, Justin Rose and Tiger Woods jointly lead.
Rory McIlroy followed up his opening 67 with a 68 to stand five under in this final event of the season.
In the Pro 14 last night, Munster lost 37-13 away to Cardiff Blues
Ulster drew 39 all with the Cheetahs in South Africa
Leinster will go top of Conference B this evening, if they get a bonus-point win against Edinburgh at the RDS at 7.35pm.
Connacht host Scarlets at 5.15pm
The BoyleSports Irish Greyhound Derby Final takes place this evening in Shelbourne Park.
Kildare dog Ballyanne Sim goes in Trap 1.
He is owned by former Wexford All Star Hurling full back Eamonn Cleary, who lives near Kildare Town and trained by James Robinson from Athy.
Eamonn Cleary, also, owned, bred and broke the 2016 Cheltenham Champion Cup winner Annie Power.
The final in Shelbourne Park is off at 9.15pm. The winner will receive €140,000, with the last placed dog getting €10,000
Today’s racing is in Gowran Park from 2.05pm