An unlucky Ballinaglera lost out to their north Leitrim rivals Glencar/Manor by the narrowest of margins in an exciting GWP Intermediate championship game in almost summer-like weather conditions in Drumkeerin on Sunday.
Kildare overcame a game but limited Offaly side on Saturday evening last to book their place in the Leinster SFC semi final and a meeting with hot favourites, Dublin, writes TOMMY CALLAGHAN.
Four players will make their senior championship debuts for Kildare when they take on Offaly in the Leinster SFC quarter final at Croke Park, Saturday, 1 June, writes TOMMY CALLALGHAN.
Johnstownbridge notched up their third in a row Kildare Camogie Division 1 League titles when they defeated Celbridge, in what was ultimately an exciting final as, Celbridge fought back from a seemingly hopeless position to give the Bridge supporters some anxious moments towards the end.
WILLIE Sunderland was a relieved man when the full-time whistle sounded in Arklow last Saturday, with the Kildare manager admitting that he feared that his charges were going to miss out on a place in the Christy Ring Cup semi-finals after Wicklow had reeled in nine point deficit to restore parity two minutes from time.
IN a perceived-to-be man’s world, the girls of Ryston Boxing Club however are bucking the trend, so much so that they are now, and have been for a few years now, setting the standards not only at local level but at national and international level too.
Paul Deegan believes star mare Midnight Soprano could take her game to another level this season ahead of her return to action in the Cork Racecourse Mallow Noblesse Stakes.
Australia A ended the third day of their tour match against Ireland in the ascendancy after a dramatic day featuring three declarations and two centuries.
Ireland interim coach Les Kiss paid tribute to hat-trick hero Fergus McFadden after his crucial role in the tourists' 40-14 win over Canada in Toronto.
Simon Thornton is hopeful his maiden European Tour victory at the St Omer Open will be a catalyst for future triumphs.
Rory McIlroy admitted frustration had got the better of him as he damaged one of his clubs in the final round of the US Open at Merion.
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Weather for Naas, Ireland
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 11 C to 21 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 9 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: West