28 Nov 2021

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Lilies bid to get back on track following that late one point defeat to Derry.

Report, reaction and comment.

Lilies ambushed as Derry strike with late attack (Tommy Callaghan).

Kildare Ladies fail to make an impact against Westerford.

Big win for Naas CBS after nail-biting finish.

Camogie girls off to winning start.

Snooker: Josh hoping to build on his Wales Open performances.

Pre-season Cup games round-up, results, fixtures and up-to-date tables.

Pro Boxing: Stroll in the Stadium for Eric Donovan

Leinster Boxing: Medals galore for Ballymore Hollywood.

As Kildare beging their U21 campaign we look ahead to Wednesday’s clash with Longford.

Two page picture spread as Kilcullen celebrate a great season.

Volleyball: Wild Cats no match for Galway.

Results from the Fairways plus this week’s advice from the Golf Doctor (Gavin Lunny).

Hockey: Naas hit Corinthians with three of the best.

Newbridge Dogs: Magician casts a spell over her rivals.

Racing Affairs: A look at some of the girls you can count on at Cheltenham 2017 (Robert Catterson).

The Oval Office: Heaslip still on course for Lions tour.

Naas AFC U12s advance to last eight


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