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Monday Morning Sport, with Joe Mallon Motors, Sallins Rd., Naas

The weekend’s GAA club focus was on the Leinster hurling quarter finals

Results:

AIB Leinster senior club quarter final:  Naas 2-17  Camross 1 -17

Naas led 1-11 to 0-8 at half time.  Naas keeper Cormac Gallagher brought off 3 outstanding saves in injury time to deny Camross.

Naas will play Dublin champions Na Fianna in the semi final.

Offaly’s Kilcormack Killoughy will play Kilkenny’s O’Loughlin Gaels in the other semi-final.

AIB Leinster club Junior quarter final: Leixlip 3-19 St. Fechin’s, Louth 4 -14

Despite conceding two late goals, Leixlip held on for a two points win and will play Carraig and Riverstown of Offaly in the semi final on November 25th.

The other semi final is: Fr. O’Regan’s Craanford vs Tullogher Rosbercon

Soccer

St Pats won the FAI Cup, beating Bohemians 3-1

Its their 5th final win, with three of those in the last decade.

Pat’s win also ensures that Shelbourne, instead of Bohs, will play in Europe next season.

In the KDFL, Naas Utd won the League’s main Cup final: the Lumsden League Cup.

In yesterday’s final, they beat Senior Division champions and cup holders Clonmullion 3-1

Rugby 

In the URC, Leinster beat Dragons; Ulster beat Munster and Connacht lose to Edinburgh.

In the All Ireland League: 

Division 1B:  Naas 41 Garryowen 38

Division 2A: Greystones 29 MU Barnhall 48

This morning’s Kildare Today at 10.40 will review yesterday’s hurling action, while later this evening at 6.30, Kildare Scoreboard will review all the weekend Kildare sport, including winning manager interviews: GAA, Soccer, Rugby and Racing.

 

 

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