In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

In this week's Leinster  Leader Sport

Massive day for Athy as they are crowned Kildare senior football champions; report, reaction and comment.

Clogherinkoe join the ranks for the senior clubs following a one point win over Kilcock; extensive report, reaction and comment.

Naas cruise into senior hurling final while Confey shock Celbridge. Full reports.

Maynooth retain senior status while Monasterevan return to the intermediate grade.

Picture Special: Big turnout for Larry Tompkins book launch in Eadestown GAA.

An opportunity to win a copy of Believe, Larry Tompkins autobiography.

Rugby: Naas put on a fine display but lose out to Trinity, while in the Leinster League Newbridge defeat North Kildare.

Golf: All the results from the Fairways; picture special from Newbridge Ladies Captain's Prize, plus, we mark 30 years since Bodenstown captured the prestigious Barton Cup.

Dogs: Paddy's Coss is the Boss at Newbridge.

Racing: A look back at the Racing Week in Kildare.

Soccer: Another full week on the soccer scene with a full programme of KDFL with feature game this week from the So Fresh Women's Division as Clane AFC defeat Rathangan FC; plus Senior Focus round-up; results, fixtures and up-to-date tables.

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