Sports News from Kildare Now

  • by Daragh Nolan
    Electric Ireland Leinster MFC Round 3 Kildare 0-12 Louth 0-6 Kildare beat Louth to make it three wins from three in their Leinster Minor Football Championship so far. The Lilies won both halves 0-6 to 0-3 and ran out comfortable winners in the end with both sides already qualified for the next round
  • by Daragh Nolan
    O’Neills.com Leinster U20 Hurling Championship Tier 2 Group 2 Round 2 Kildare 2-16 Carlow 2-10 The Kildare U20 hurlers rallied late to pull clear of Carlow in Manguard Park. After a thrillingly close encounter, The Lilies edged two clear in the closing 10 minutes with points from Tim Ryan and Fionn
  • by Tommy Callaghan
    Glenn Ryan and his management team have named their Kildare team to take on Wicklow in Sunday's Leinster SFC quarter-final at Laois Hire O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, throw-in 1.45. The team shows four changes from the side that lost to Louth in the Allianz Football League (Division 2) Round 7 games a c
  • by Tommy Callaghan
    Brian Dowling and his management have announced the Kildare team for Saturdy's opening round of the Christy Ring Cup when they travel to take on Sligo. The team reads as follows: KILDARE v Sligo: Paddy McKenna; Cian Shanahan, Sean Christanseen, Mark Grace; Simon Leacy, Conan Boran, Rian Boran; Catha
  • by Tommy Callaghan
    Following their opening win in the oneills.com Leinster U20 Hurling Championship, Kildare U20 H manager Eoin Stapleton, has named his side to take on Carlow in Round 2 against Carlow which takes place on Friday in Manguard Park, throw-in 7.30. U20H KILDARE v Carlow: Ben Loughlin (Naas); Evan O'Briai
  • by Daragh Nolan
    Caroline Forde is an All-Ireland winner with her county and has just recently captained her club, Cappagh, to a Kildare Intermediate Camogie Championship. That journey of excellence within the small ball game started with some ambitious recruiters that visited her primary school in Kilcock. “There w
  • by Daragh Nolan
    It has been a bleak 2024 for the Kildare footballers thus far, but much like fans are attempting to do themselves, the players are hoping to put the 100% league loss record in the rear-view mirror. The stretch in the evenings is back and it is Championship time once again and there is no Irish […]
  • by Daragh Nolan
    Four trophies and a wedding? No it’s not a 2024 spin-off of the Hugh Grant rom-com of the mid-90s, it is Kildare captain Grace Clifford’s last 18 months summed up. The knot is yet to be tied, but the trophies are in the bag as the Eadestown legend lifted the Division 2 league title in […]
  • by Tommy Callaghan
    Kildare booked their place in the EirGrid Leinster U20 Football Championsip semi-final following a one point win over Louth in Louth COE, Darver on Tuesday evening. It was a game that Kildare dominated the opening half with two excellent goals from Sam Savage and Oisin Grufferty to lead 2-4 to 0-2 a
  • by Daragh Nolan
    Lidl Ladies NFL Division 2 League Final Kildare 2-9 Tyrone 0-12 Just eight months after Kildare’s All-Ireland Intermediate Championship win, Grace Clifford was once again walking up the steps of the Hogan Stand as The Lilies won the Division 2 league title over Tyrone. A fourth trophy in 18 months u