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Four Kildare Clubs Preparing for Weekend Leinster Action

Senior football champions Naas, intermediate champions Kilcock, Junior champions Kilcullen and senior Ladies football champions Eadestown are completing training and preparation for this weekend’s Leinster championship games.

Kfm will have commentary from 1pm on Sunday’s of the Naas vs Tullamore game, along with live updates of the women’s game.  Sundays sports coverage from 1pm to 6pm isin association with Auxilia Consultants, Millennium Park, Naas,Your Local Support for  all your Business Management Consultancy Needs. 045 850 668. https://auxiliaconsultants.com

Kilcock are away to Wicklow intermediate champions An Tochar on Saturday at 1pm, while Kilcullen play that county’s junior champions Barnderrig in St. Conleth’s also at 1pm.

As there are no press or broadcast equipment facilities in Arklow, Kfm will have rolling live updates of both games from 1pm, with Ger McNally in Arklow and Seamus Dillon in St. Conleth's Park.  Saturday's sports coverage 1pm to 6pm is in association with Moyglare Sand and Gravel, Kilcock. 01 628 7145 / 01 6287944 · Fax: 01 628 7141 · info@moyglaresandandgravel.ie, http://www.moyglaresandandgravel.ie


Results from last night’s U23 football Championship Quarter Finals 

A Championship Quarter Final  Maynooth 3-9 Moorefield 1-11

B Championship Quarter Final Eadestown 6-18 Kilcock 2-4

C Championship Quarter Final Ballyteague 4-17 Monasterevan 2-17

* Note: Tonight’s U23 A Football Championship Quarter Final between Carbury & Balyna will now be played on Friday @ 7:30pm.


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