The Electric Ireland Leinster minor football championship Group stages begins this evening.
Kildare play Wicklow in St. Conleth’s Park at 7 o’clock.
In goal: Cian Burke, Clane
Ryan Comeou, Balyna
Oisin O Rourke, Athy
Tommy Gill, Carbury
Mark Maguire, Naas
Conan Boran, Eadestown
Jack Quinn, Leixlip
Centre field: Kevin Eustace, St Laurence’s and Shane Flynn, Balyna
Adam Conneely, TMH
Johnny Owens, Celbridge
Ciaran O Brien, Kilcullen
Eoin Meehan, Moorefield
Eoin Bagnal, Aylmer Gaels
Aaron Browne, Celbridge
Kfm will have live updates with Ger McNally.
Meath go to Parnell Park to play Dublin.
Wexford host Offaly in Enniscorthy,
Carlow play Laois at Carlow IT,
Longford host Westmeath in Pearse Pak
Kilkenny play Louth in Nowlan Park
Former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill has died at the age of 79.
He lifted the European Cup when they beat Inter Milan in Lisbon in 1967.
He also captained the Hoops to nine successive titles, seven Scottish Cups and six League Cups.
Kevin de Bruyne has been ruled out of tomorrow's Manchester Derby.
The Manchester City midfielder sustained a muscular injury in Saturday's Premier League win over Tottenham.
In the Premier League tonight: Tonight, Spurs host Brighton
Watford play Southampton.
In the SSE Airtricity League, leaders Shamrock Rovers hold an 8 point advantage over Bohemians going into tonight's game between the clubs at Tallaght Stadium.
Sean Cronin is a doubt for Leinster's Heineken Champions Cup final meeting with Saracens next month.
The hooker sustained a calf injury during Sunday's semi final win over Toulouse.
Cronin will definitely miss Saturday's Pro 14 meeting with Ulster.
Kill’s Adam Byrne is out for the rest of the season. The winger picked up a quad injury during the recent loss to Glasgow.
Joey Carbery and Keith Earls are both expected to sit out Munster's Guinness Pro14 derby against Connacht next Saturday.
Earls is recovering from a thigh injury while Carbery has been out with a hamstring issue
Ronnie O'Sullivan says feeling under-the-weather led to his shock first round exit at the World Championships.
The five-time Crucible champion and current world number 1 was beaten 10 frames to 8 by the amateur, James Cahill.