07 Dec 2021

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

St Conleth's revamp on the way.

Preview: a look ahead to this weekend's big senior football and senior hurling clashes.

Elements the winner as Kilcullen and Milltown must try again.

SFC: Celbridge and Confey into semi finals.

IFC: Quarter final wins for Two Mile House, St Kevin's and Round Towers as Raheens and Ballyteague must try again.

Allenwood and Clane retain senior status; Castmitchell win intermediate relegation battle.

The moaners and groaners out in force at Kildare Co Board (Tommy Callaghan).

U16: Brilliant Naas caputre 'A' title while Balyna win 'B'.

Golf: Cill Dara in search of All Ireland glory.

Golf: Maurice Kelly and Alan Egan get international call up.

Golf: Palmerstown win Straffan Cup.

Golf: Picture Special: Naas Captain's Prize.

Golf: Gavin Lunny's weekly golf tip.

Rugby: The Oval Office with Dermot O'Mahoney.

Racing: A great weekend with lots of shocks at Leopardstown and the Curragh (Robert Catterson).

Motor racing: Formula One power at Mondello Park.

Soccer: KDFL Monread FC make it a cup and league double;

Soccer: Newbridge Hotspurs advance to semi final.

Soccer: Liffey Celtic crowned league champions.

Plus ... all the results, fixtures, noticeboard and-up-to-date tables.

All that and much more in this week's Leinster Leader ... in the shops now.

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