08 Aug 2022

In this week's Leinster Leader

Live sport is back with a bang

In this week's Leinster Leader

Live sport returned big time last weekend and what a weekend for Kildare GAA.

The Lilies opened their Allianz Football League campaign with an impressive over beaten Munster finalists of 2020, Cork, at Semple Stadium. 

We carry an extensive match report, all the facts, stats, interviews, up-to-date tables and comment.

Good day in Semple, and not a dipper in sight (Tommy Callaghan).

The lads returned in phenomenal condition states team captain David Hyland.

David Herity's hurling side hit the ground with a comprehensive win over Donegal in their opening Allianz Hurling clash. Extensive report of the game in this week's paper, along with the stats of the game and after-match reaction, and up-to-date tables.

In camogie Kildare go down to Meath but show improvement from last season's clash, while The Lilies Junior side defeat Louth in their opening game. Full report and after-match reaction.

Ladies face a tough opener as they take on Laois this weekend.

Senior Club Football League groups and format announced by County Board.

Racing: local jockeys in top form as we look back on  the Kildare Racing week.

Dogs: Usual extensive and in-depth report of the Thursday night Greyhound meeting at Newbrige.

All that and much in this week's Leinster Leader, in the shops now.

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