Games on Thursday, Saturday & Sunday
Another busy week lies ahead for both of the county's footballers and hurlers.
Following Saturday’s O’Byrne Cup win over Westmeath, Kildare’s next game in the competition is on Thursday at 7.30pm against Carlow, in
O’ Byrne Cup Round 1 - Kildare v Westmeath.— Kildare GAA (@KildareGAA) January 8, 2022
Post-Match Interview with Kildare Senior Football Manager Glenn Ryan. pic.twitter.com/v5dkqAusJG
A win will put Kildare into the semi-final.
Kfm will have commentary of the game.
Naas GAA is turning its focus this week to Sunday’s Leinster Intermediate Hurling final against Wexford’s Oilgate Glenbrien in St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge at 1pm.
Also next Sunday, the Kildare hurlers play Carlow in the Keogh Cup in Carlow. The game time has been changed from 1pm to 4pm to avoid a clash with the Naas game.
Naas manager Tom Mullally also manages Carlow senior hurlers.
***Kildare Scoreboard this evening will review Saturday’s Kildare and Naas games, with Ger McNally, including post-match interviews with Glenn Ryan, Paddy Woodgate and Eoin Doyle
Kilcullen’s Leinster Junior final against Clonbullogue of Offaly is next Saturday, also, at 1pm in St. Conleth’s Park.
Kfm will have commentary of the Naas and Kilcullen games
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The 34-year-old joined the Old Trafford giants in October 2020 and was strongly tipped to leave after just one season.
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Middlesborough await the winners in the next round.