03 Dec 2021

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

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In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Massive weekend on GAA front as Kildare hurlers bid to bring home the Christy Ring Cup; footballers take on Longford in Round 2 of the Football Qualifiers while the junior footballers contest the Leinster final.

Previews, interviews and opinion on the big games as we talk to Joe Quaid and Kildare hurling captain Brian Byrne.

Kildare U20 footballers cruise past Wicklow as Jimmy Hyland sets the standard.

Minor hurlers fall to Wexford in Leinster quarter final.

Confey upset Éire Óg Corrachoill and capture the Haven Hire SHL title; while Naas capture Division 2 and Junior hurling league titles.

Results, reports, fixtures and up-to-date tables as the SFL reaches a crucial stage.

More Cumann na mBunscoil final reports.

James Roe names Young Driver of the Month; Indoor Bowls and Orienteering in Newbridge.

Newbridge Rugby Football Club announce Development Fund raiser.

Golf: All the results from the Fairways plus Gavin Lunny’s weekly golf tip.

Racing: Royal Ascot memories will always remain (Robert Catterson) while Johnny Murtagh trains his first racing treble.

Newbridge Dogs: Barrack is no joker as he wins for Liam O’Connor.

KDFL: CR Wynne Feeds Senior Division weekly focus; plus all the results, fixtures and tables along with Jason Devine strikes as Clane chalk up vital away win and Athy tops against Liffey in five goal thriller.

Kennedy Cup: KDUL make it to the final of the prestigeous tournament for the very first time.

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

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