Kildare Sport

Feely enjoying Australian adventure

THE honour of being called up to represent your country is not something that Athy’s Kevin Feely takes lightly but he does admit that the potential to visit a country that he always wanted to see makes his inclusion in...

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Selfless attitude of Hurley-Lynch sums up the Moorefield way

IN the aftermath of Moorefield’s remarkable county final win over Celbridge, despite playing for two thirds of the game with...

Friday, 10/11/17 - 2:49pm Read More

Raheens begin Leinster campaign in Wexford

IT has been a rollercoaster few weeks for everyone at Raheens as they’ve celebrated making it back to the Senior...

Friday, 03/11/17 - 11:09am Read More

Cloughs look to emulate the Leinster winning team of 2006

UNLIKE the other clubs in Kildare who have represented the county in the Leinster Intermedaite Hurling Club Championship, Ardclough are...

Friday, 03/11/17 - 10:41am Read More

Dunne taking nothing for granted ahead of WFAI Cup final

NEWBRIDGE girl Brooke Dunne is taking nothing for granted as her UCD Waves side prepare to take on Cork City...

Thursday, 02/11/17 - 1:30pm Read More

Cully ready to take on the world, one fight at a time

ON Saturday in Belfast, in just his second professional fight, Naas man Gary Cully gets the kind of opportunity that...

Friday, 20/10/17 - 6:02pm Read More

Allan searching for that winning Phelan once again

EVERYTHING had been going so positively for Allan Phelan since his return to the ring in Ireland earlier this year...

Friday, 06/10/17 - 1:52pm Read More

Caragh looking to cap meteoric rise

FOR those around the age of this reporter, Caragh Celtic were always one of the best sides in the KDFL...

Friday, 06/10/17 - 1:42pm Read More

New position for Coleman but same desire for winning trophies

FOR the best part of 20 years a very familiar sight around Kildare football pitches was Ray Coleman flying up...

Friday, 06/10/17 - 1:43pm Read More

Murray hoping first county final will be ‘Simply The Best’

KILCOCK full forward Ciaran Murray, who last Saturday night showed his dedication to the club by taking to the stage...

Friday, 06/10/17 - 1:11pm Read More

National Sport

Ronnie O’Sullivan through to third round in Northern Ireland Open

Ronnie O’Sullivan continued his fine form with a 4-0 whitewash of Duane Jones at the Northern Ireland Open. The five-time world champion, who has recently won the English Open and Shanghai Masters and finished as runner-up in the Champion of...

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Champions League wrap: Griezmann’s stunner steals the show

Antoine Griezmann’s stunning goal kept Atletico Madrid’s Champions League hopes alive as they grabbed a vital victory over Roma. The...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 10:34pm Read More

Late goal helps Basel to deserved win over Man United

Basel 1 – Manchester United 0: Manchester United were denied a place in the Champions League knockout phase as Michael...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 10:15pm Read More

Celtic thrashed 7-1 by PSG in European nightmare

Celtic crushed 7-1 by PSG in European nightmare PSG 7 – Celtic 1: Celtic suffered another night of European anguish...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 10:05pm Read More

England rugby players decide not to give Samoa any of their match fee

England’s players have opted against giving a portion of their match fee to their Samoan counterparts ahead of Saturday’s clash...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 9:35pm Read More

Willian the star as Chelsea crush 10-man Qarabag to qualify for Champions League knockout stage

Qarabag 0 – Chelsea 4: Willian scored twice and was fouled for two penalties as Chelsea cruised into the Champions...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 7:14pm Read More

Irish player dodges punch as mass brawl ends not-so-friendly match

Limerick-born Leeds United defender Paudie O’Connor had a lucky escape last night as he ducked a punch from an opposition...

Thursday, 23/11/17 - 3:34am Read More

Marine Le Pen brands closing of far-right party’s accounts as ’banking fatwa’

Marine Le Pen, head of France’s far-right National Front, has said the party’s long-time bank, Societe Generale, has closed its...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 8:54pm Read More

‘Absolute gem’ Mary Diamond revealed as first Operation Transformation 2018 leader

The first Operation Transformation 2018 leader has been revealed as 52-year-old Mary Diamond from Kiltimagh in Co Mayo, writes Breda Graham. The...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 9:14pm Read More

London Assembly demands to see accounts of London Stadium company

London Assembly members have demanded to see the financial accounts of the company that owns West Ham’s London Stadium home...

Wednesday, 22/11/17 - 5:35pm Read More

Sports Columnists

Kildare fall foul of a football fundamental

Another game that got away or a performance to be proud of? We had chances to win on Saturday night and a glorious opportunity to put the game to bed in the second half but if you had told me...

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Bring on the big guns

THE longest month of the year will feel a little shorter this week but I’d rather wait another month for...

Tuesday, 07/01/14 - 1:22pm Read More

THE ALL-WHITE ALL-STARS

Players always say winning an all-star is secondary to winning a championship medal but the all-stars have become such an...

Tuesday, 12/11/13 - 7:00pm Read More

Sash will be back in the final but they won’t have the Moores for company

I’ll be surprised if there isn’t at least one Newbridge side in the Kildare senior final after Sunday’s semi-finals and...

Friday, 27/09/13 - 11:36am Read More

Kildare losing their way

It was hard to escape the feeling of deja vu as we bowed out of the championship in familiar fashion...

Friday, 26/07/13 - 7:30am Read More

Still shaken and stirred after Dublin defeat

IF a week is a long time in politics then a fortnight can feel like a lifetime in Gaelic football....

Thursday, 11/07/13 - 11:19am Read More

End of the road for McGeeney and Kildare

SO many questions, so few answers. It was hard to know what to think leaving Croke Park on Sunday because...

Tuesday, 02/07/13 - 10:55am Read More

APPETITE FOR SELF-DESTRUCTION

SOMEHOW each year the GAA manages to succeed in spite of itself. Here we are in the middle of June...

Tuesday, 18/06/13 - 11:39am Read More

It is because of men like Dermot Earley others were inspired to play Gaelic football

Great players are never measured by what they’ve won but by the image they leave behind. Although he might be...

Tuesday, 21/05/13 - 8:43am Read More

Exciting times ahead but questions still remain

FIRST things first, this was far from a must-win game for Kildare. The howling winds that welcomed supporters on the...

Tuesday, 16/04/13 - 11:45am Read More
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