Last month
February 2023
# Rebel Roar
Cork stun Kildare as Cleary's men run out 13-point winners in Newbridge
The Rebels bounced back from last week’s defeat to Meath in impressive fashion.
Last year
# driving on
Mullin grabs bizarre goal as Kilmacud Crokes power past Naas into Leinster semi-final
Dara Mullin’s quick thinking saw him kick the ball into an empty net as the Dublin champions prevailed.
# lilywhite lift-off
Two second-half goals help Kildare progress to Leinster semi-final with 16-point win
Glenn Ryan won his first senior championship game in charge of his county this weekend against Louth.
# Orchard Delight
Armagh boost Division 1 final hopes as they return to winning ways against Kildare
Orchard manager Kieran McGeeney was facing his former side.
# Red Hand Result
Second-half goals key as Tyrone overcome loss of suspended players to defeat Kildare
Conn Kilpatrick and Darren McCurry landed the crucial goals to secure the win.
All time
# Scenes
Naas hold on to stun Sarsfields and lift Kildare football crown for first time since 1990
They bridged a 31-year gap for senior club championship glory.
# Super 8s
Galway book All-Ireland semi-final spot as 14-man Kildare dumped out
Daniel Flynn was sent-off in the 46th minute for the hosts.
# Lilywhites
Hyland bags 1-8 to send Kildare past Kerry into first ever All-Ireland U20 football final
Jack O’Connor’s Kingdom threw everything at Kildare on the closing stages but fell on the losing side.
# Strong Finish
Kildare come good in the end to overcome Longford in All-Ireland qualifier
The Lilywhites enjoyed a three-point win at Pearse Park this evening.
# Relief
Lilywhites end 12-game losing streak as Derry's season comes to disappointing close
Goals from Niall Kelly and Daniel Kelly saw Kildare overcome Derry to earn their first win in almost a year.
# Contrasting Fortunes
Tribesmen top Division 1 after handing relegated Kildare a seventh straight defeat
The Lilywhites have endured a nightmare league campaign this year, while Galway face a decider with Dublin next weekend.
Kildare suffer second successive defeat as Monaghan edge tight scrap in Newbridge
Cian O’Neill’s side weren’t helped by the loss of Paul Cribbin and Ben McCormack in the first half.
# Champions
McGlone the hero as Lismore secure All-Ireland intermediate club camogie title
Ballyhale Shamrocks were well-beaten in a relatively one-sided affair.