23 Jan 2022

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

Historic win for Naas hurlers as they advance to Leinster Club IHC decider after brilliant victory over Kilkenny champions, Glenmore. Report, reaction, comment from the big game.

Brave effort by Maynooth hurlers comes up just one point short.

Kildare GAA Convention: No Roses but all is rosy in the Kildare Garden (Tommy Callaghan);

A look head to a massive Saturday as Naas footballers take on their Wexford counterparts for a place in the Leinster Club SFC decider.

Kilcock and Kilcullen footballers bid to reach intermediate and junior provincial finals.

Rugby: Naas record another big win in the AIL while Newbridge take out unbeaten top-of-the-table Coolmine; estensive reports on both games.

Book Review: Grassroots - Stories from the Heart of the GAA ... including the day Niall Quinn made his Eadestown debut, followed by a three-goal penalty salvo that did not go down too well with the opposition.

Racing: Maynooth's Sean Davis on the mark at Dundalk.

Greyhounds: Spooky Julie breaks the ray in impressive fashion at Newbridge.

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

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