In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Tommy Callaghan


Tommy Callaghan


In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

New GAA season officially up and running as county hurlers and footballers in action this weekend.

Sports Awards aplenty for soccer and GAA stars.

Picture specials from Kildare GAA Awards Night and the KDFL Annual Awards ceremony.

Jack & Co Show about to hit the road as Lilies take on Longford.

Anthony Rainbow heaps praise on retiring Roli Sweeney.

Fergal Conway can't wait to get going in 2020.

Hurlers no match for rampant Faithful boys.

Celbridge hold on to take U21 Hurling Shield.

Naas CBS step up a gear in defensive of title.

Picture Specials from Round Towers Underage presentation and Kill GAA 1979 celebrations.

Rugby: MU Barnhall make it 25 AIL wins on the bounce (Dermot O'Mahoney's Oval Office).

Naas go down in AIL but manage losing bonus point.

Wins for Cill Dara and Athy but Newbridge go down.

Racing: Curragh unveil plans for the 2020 season.

Walsh on the Mark in Grade 1 success.

Newbridge Dogs: Mill Lane one fast Lady as Festive season kicks in.

KDFL: 2019 Roll of Honour; final League tables and picture special of Awards Night.

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