Moorefield and Athy set up intriguing senior football decider following wins over Naas and Celbridge at the weekend.
Monasterevan finally get over St Kevin's to book a final place in the IFC decider.
Clane and Ellistown escape relegation as Leixlip and Ballymore Eustace are demoted.
Big day on Saturday as holders, Ardclough, take on local rivals Celbridge in the Haven hire SHC decider.
On Sunday it's a big day for Two Mile House and Monasterevan as they contest the Pittman Traffic & Safety IFC decider.
New football proposals: Increased work for officials hardly the right call (Tommy Callaghan)
Golf: Two Mile House GAA take to the Fairways; plus all the results, fixtures and Gavin Lunny's weekly golf tip.
Rugby: Dermot O'Mahony weekly Oval Office column while Naas open their season with a magnificent win in their opening AIL game agaisnt Buckaneers.
In Motorsport Naas man James Roe Jnr chats about his first season in the US and what he plans for the upcoming season (Tommy Callaghan).
Newbridge Dogs: Ray Melia records a great treble.
Racing: Mullins duo put down early Cheltenham marker.
KDFL: A look ahead to Saturday's Lumsden Cup final plus all the results, reports, fixtures and up-to-date-tables.
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