Kildare GAA, Leinster Senior League & KDFL soccer; AIL Rugby, Golf, Superleague Basketball. Kildare Scoreboard 6.30pm this evening reviews all the Kildare Weekend Sport, including manager interviews.
Mixed fortunes for Kildare hurlers and footballers at the weekend.
David Herity’s hurlers are Keogh Cup champions following their 2-24 to 0-18 points win over Meath yesterday in Dunganny.
The hurlers are now holders of the Christy Ring and Keogh Cups.
Next up for Kildare is their opening League game away to Carlow next Saturday at 2pm.
The footballers were much improved on their O’Byrne Cup performance, losing to Dublin by a single point 1-11 to 0-13 points.
Next up for Kildare is Cork in St. Conleth’s Park next Sunday at 2pm.
Kildare women footballers continued their winning League.
Yesterday, they beat Longford 4-16 to 0-6
Next up is away to Clare next Sunday
This evening’s Kildare Scoreboard from 6.30 will have a review of the three games and full manager interviews
Leinster Senior League soccer results
Charlie Cahill Cup, Maynooth University Town 2 St. Mochta’s 2 (Mochts won 4-2 on penalties)
Lummy O’Reilly Cup, Portlaoise 0 Newbridge Town 2
Senior Sunday 1A, Leixlip Utd 1 Templeogue 3
Premier Sunday 1
Naas AFC 1 Peamount 2,
Kilcock Celtic 4 Drogheda Boys 2
Major Sunday 1 Celbridge Town 0 Baldoyle 4
Division 3, Sunday: Ballyoulster 1 Wahside Celtic 1
LFA Cup Monread 8 St. Aengus 0
LFA Junior Cup (Third round) Enniskerry 2 Straffan 0
LFA Junior Cup (Fourth Round)
Evergreen 5 Clonmullion 1
Clane United 1 Gorey Rangers 2
LFA Womens Junior Cup (Round 3)
Sallins Celtic 3 Leixlip Utd 3 (Sallins win 4 -2 on penalties AET)
In the AIL, In Division 1B, Naas had a 47-34 bonus point win against Banbridge.
Buccaneers and City of Armagh top the table on 43 points each.
Naas are 7th on 24 points
In Division 2A, Navan led Barnhall 19 beat Navan 20-19 with a last minute try.
The win moved MU~Barnhall from 4th to 2nd in the Table on scoring difference ahead of Blackrock RFC, 3 points behing leaders Queens University
Rory McIlroy held off the challenge of Patrick Reed to win the Dubai Desert Classic for a third time.
The world number one birdied the last two holes to finish up on 19 under par, one ahead of Reed.
In the women’s Superleague, Basketball, Leixlip’s Liffey Celtics lost 82-74 to leaders Glanmire on Saturday night in the Leixlip Amenities Centre
Glanmire on 33 points lead the table
Celtics are 7th on 12 points
Remnder to join Paul Power this evening’s Kildare Scoreboard from 6.30 will have a review of all the weekend Kildare Sport including manager interviews