In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Tommy Callaghan


Tommy Callaghan


In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Naas hurlers crash out to Kilkenny champions in Leinster semi, report, reaction and comment.

Athy capture U21 'B' title; Two Mile House take 'C' tile while Clane make it back-to-back U21 B hurling titles.

Celbridge set up date with Naas in U21 'A' football decider.

New managers top of agenda for many senior clubs.

Co. Board: County Board chairman bows out with no fuss, little bother (Tommy Callaghan);

Rugby: Naas chalk up their first win in AIL.

Golf: Picture special as Cill Dara host Captain's Dinner.

KDFL: Timmy Doyle strikes gets Clonmullion FC over the line against Caragh in Masters Division 2 play-off; plus all the results, fixtures and up-to-date league tables.

Prosperous United launch Panini style sticker album for its 150 young players as they celebrate 20 years.

Racing: Mark Walsh in flying from throughout the week while Pat Smullen receives a Cartier Award

Newbridge Dogs: Poll and Costa excel on bitterly cold night.

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