In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

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In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Milltown crowned Junior Football Champions after dramatic final with Rheban.

Naas shock Johnstownbridge in senior camogie championship decider.

Celbridge and Naas advance to last four of the SFC.

Two Mile House book a spot in IFC final as Monasterevan and St Kevin's must meet again.

Clane retain senior hurling status after defeating Maynooth.

In the Reserve finals, wins for Naas, Raheens and Ballymore Eustace.

Rugby: Dermot O'Mahoney looks back on a busy week in his  Oval Office column.

Newbridges' Alyx Coby claims third place in Karting Championship.

Racing: Who will be Fairest in French feature? (Robert Catterson).

Derby winner paraded at Newbridge track.

Louise Johnson and Richie Mahony tops in Clane Tennis Championships.

KDFL: Kildare Town capture Joe Rooney Women's Cup; Newbridge Colts on top in Shield final; plus all the results, reports, fixtures and up-to-date tables.

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