07 Dec 2021

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Hectic weekend of sport

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Disappointing start to Leagues but ‘The Bridge’ keep the flag flying.

Reports, reaction, and comment from a hectic football, hurling and camogie weekend.

Unlike The Dubs, Lilies lack of a ‘hit man’ very costly (Tommy Callaghan)

Kildare’s Top 10 Memorable Sporting Moments and an opportunity for you to have a say.

All positive as Kildare Hurling Action Plan is launched.

Two page picture special as Raheens celebrate a season to remember.

Rugby: The Oval Office reviews the weekend action (Dermot O’Mahoney); 

Fired up Naas take Old Belvedere scalp.

Patrician Newbridge dig deep to capture rugby schools title.

Newbridge go down fighting in Towns Cup clash with Skerries.

Racing: Dublin Festival should make us all the wiser (Robert Catterson).

Naas Racecourse officially unveil new state-of-the-art feature.

Dogs: Paddy celebrates with Forest Sing Song.

Soccer: Kildare League to enter FAI Angela Hearts Women’s Inter-League competition.

Naas’ Nocole makes a piece of basketball history.

Hockey: Naas 2nds get the better of Avoca, again.




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