Castlemitchell are Kildare Junior Football Champions

Castemitchell are the Kildare Junior Football Champions after a convincing 1-11 to 0-7 victory over Cappagh at St.Conleth’s Park this afternoon. The south county side, who have been knocking on the door for the last few years, led 1-5 to 0-4 at half time and will play at Intermediate level next year. More to follow… … Read moreCastlemitchell are Kildare Junior Football Champions

Raheens and Castledermot through to Intermediate Final

Raheens and Castlederrmot will meet in this year’s County Intermediate Football Final after victorious semi-finals today. Favourites Raheens, 10 times champions at Senior level, are now just one game away from returning to the higher grade after a 0-13 to 1-7 win over Ellistown. Meanwhile Castledermot, who last won this title 30 years ago in … Read moreRaheens and Castledermot through to Intermediate Final

Feely’s Return From Soccer a Major Boost for Lilies

Between successive relegations and the embarrassment of twelve goals conceded to Dublin and Kerry in this year’s championship, Kildare football needed a boost. And it certainly received a major one this month when 23 year old former minor star Kevin Feely decided to put paid to his professional soccer career and return to Ireland to … Read moreFeely’s Return From Soccer a Major Boost for Lilies

Club Championships Getting Down to the Wire

The Club Football competitions are reaching the closing stages and after a thrilling last few week ends the semi final draws in both the Senior and Intermediate Championships have thrown up some mouth-watering ties. In Senior, in-form Sarsfields, fresh from their convincing wins over Moorefield and St. Laurence’s, will be slight favourites to overcome Celbridge … Read moreClub Championships Getting Down to the Wire