Rathcoffey GAA club newsRathcoffey GAA Notes for the Week Ending 22nd August 2014 Club Cycle The Rathcoffey Club Cycle will take place this year on Sunday 19th Oct.
Balyna ladies win by twoBalyna just did enough to collect the Championship points after a titanic struggle with a valiant Confey team. The visitors had a brilliant start
Ladies match reportsThe match was played in dry weather conditions both teams fielded full teams of 15 players.
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Celbridge GAA NotesFixtures & Results The senior hurlers defeated Confey 2-18 to 1-16 on Saturday last to complete the group stages of the championship undefeated.
Naas secure new sponsorNaas GAA club have announced a new sponsorship deal.
Sweeney ready for Athy testMoorefield's Ronan Sweeney knows that they will have to be at their best against Athy in the SFC this weekend.
Monasterevan ladies oust CastlemitchellMonasterevan lined out for their second championship game against Castlemitchell after a successful result in their first round against Ballykelly
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
Junior C ladies club championshipBallymore played Kill at home in this 4th round championship game on Tuesday evening 6/8/14.
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?The sun is about to set on another memorable hurling championship year but the ultimate prize has still to be handed out with three left in the running. How did all the other counties fare out...
Ref injured in club matchA Kildare intermediate hurling championship match had to be abandoned last night after the referee suffered a nasty eye injury.
Rathcoffey GAA club newsWith Rathcoffey GAA's senior football team having notched up two wins in a row in the 2014 championship, against Cappagh and Grangenolvin
Kildangan GAA club notesCompetition is resuming for underage following a hiatus for few weeks summer holidays, with competition at Under 9, Under 11 and Under 13 levels.
Rathcoffey GAA NotesCongratulations to our senior team which recorded their second championship victory of 2014 with a fine win over Grangenolvin, at the county grounds in Newbridge.
Ladies Junior A championshipKilcock made it two wins a row in the Kildare Ladies Junior A Championship with a comprehensive win over a resilient Kilcullen side
McGill raises concern about Leinster SFC round-robin planHead of Games Administration Feargal McGill says the GAA no longer encourages the round-robin system such as that planned for the Leinster SFC.
Luke not ruling out Westmeath returnPaul Bealin's departure from Westmeath has opened the door for Luke Dempsey to return - possibly as U21 manager.
Historic first for CelbridgeCelbridge created a little piece of history last weekend when they defeated Athy to lift the Leinster Leader Cup for the first time ever.
Murphy appointed Lilywhites under-21 managerFormer Kildare footballer Bryan Murphy is the county's new under-21 football manager.
Brophy: It's great to be backKildare footballer Paddy Brophy was delighted to get back into action for his club Celbridge after the disappointment of losing to Monaghan.
Celbridge GAA notesCongratulations to the senior footballers who captured the Division One title for the first time in the club's history on Saturday evening last
Ladies Junior C championshipSarsfields took on Junior C table toppers Castledermot in what proved to be a tough encounter for the home team.
Leinster consider revamping their football championshipThe Leinster SFC could involve a round-robin format next year.
U17 All Ireland Ladies BlitzThe first ever National Under 17 Academy Blitz took place on Thursday at Naomh Mearnóg in Dublin with 9 counties and 12 teams
Ladies football updatesNaas, fresh from their win against Castlemitchell in the first round, played host to Sarsfields for this championship match.
Championship tweets: "Greatest professional foul ever.. Amazing"Here's our twitter round-up from an action-packed football and hurling weekend ...
Kildangan GAA NotesKildangan Seniors bowed out of the Championship with an eight point defeat by Ellistown on Sunday evening last.
All Ireland u17 Blitz resultsResults from the Kildare u17 squads games yesterday.
MHC B: Royals clip Lilies in TrimMeath advanced to the semi final of the All Ireland Minor B hurling championship with a one point win over Kildare at Lomans Park Trim.
Junior C ladies tieRobert Emmetts played away to Milltown in the 4th round of the championship
Kildare u 17 girls All Ireland Shield winnersKildare played Meath and Armagh twice, Beating Meath once, drawing with Armagh and losing out to both opponents again a point to Meath and 5 points to Armagh
Ladies Junior B ChampionshipKildangan/Nurney continued their unbeaten run in this years championship with an impressive win over Round Towers
Aussies eye up two GAA playersTwo GAA players have caught the attention of several AFL clubs and have been invited attend the NAB AFL Draft Combine down under in autumn.
Celbridge GAA NotesThe senior hurlers defeated Clane 5-13 to 1-07 last Saturday in the championship and will face Coill Dubh on this Saturday
Ryan already looking aheadKildare manager Jason Ryan believes that they have to learn from their experiences this year and use them to good effect in 2015.

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