In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

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Tommy Callaghan tommy@leinsterleader.ie

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Towers see off O’Dempsey’s and prepare for semi final this Saturday against St Colmcilles (Meath) at St Bridget's Park,  2 pm

Sarsfields open their Leinster campaign on Sunday away to Sean O’Mahoneys of Louth in Drogheda (2 pm).

Win tickets and €100 free bet for upcoming Punchestown meeting.

Lilies prepare for White Collar Boxing Night

Keegan stars as Celbrige advance in Leinster Club IHC.

Naas hurlers chalk up another title

Kilcullen outgunned by Bracknagh.

Moorefield and Naas advance to U21 football final.

Eire Og-CC make no mistake at second time of asking.

Larries Ladies outclassed in Leinster final

Picture Special: Club Kildare Annual Race Day at Naas.

Rugby: Heaslip and Carbery star in historic win for Ireland (Dermot O'Mahoney)

Another brilliant win for Naas in Ulster Bank AIL

Co. Board: Gay Campbell appointed new Kildare minor football boss; planning permission lodged for start of revamp at St Conleth’s.

Racing: Gone from sport but not forgotten (Robert Catterson)

Dogs: Triumph for Jerry’s Gin Ro in final.

Newbridge Town go top in Leinster League Senior 1

KDFL: Clonmullion lift Cup at fourth time of asking; Newbridge Hotspurs (1 and 2) in five goal Shield final thriller