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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Lilywhites

All time
No Heary, no points for Sligo as Towell gets Dundalk back to winning ways
Owen Heary is officially still the manager of the north-west club, but Joe Ndo took charge this evening.
# treaty
O'Conor levels late to end Dundalk's winning streak
Richie Towell’s superb strike had looked like it would be enough for the champions sixth win on the bounce.
# New Kids on the Block
6 Dublin and Kildare players to watch in tonight's Leinster U21 football final
Páirc Tailteann in Navan is the venue for tonight’s EirGrid Leinster U21 decider.
# Set For Final Day
Flynn strikes wonder goal to send Kildare past Meath and through to Leinster U21 decider
The teams met tonight in O’Moore Park in Portlaoise.
# fresh pastures
Tipperary All-Ireland winner is Kildare's newest hurling star after opening league win
David Young got his career with the Lilywhites off to a flying start.
# Return From Oz
Kildare have got a player back from the AFL to boost their hopes for 2015
Daniel Flynn is set to rejoin the Lilywhites squad.
# Lilywhites
Hendrick's Olympic silver and Christy Ring glory - Kildare's 2014 sporting highlights
There was success on the water and in hurling for the Lilywhites this year.
# Lilywhites
17 signs you're a hardcore Dundalk fan
You’ve got your very own ‘Richie’s Towell’, you love your Fyffes bananas and you remember Tom McNulty’s winner in 1991.
# Supporting LOI
Class video captures just what it means to be involved in a League of Ireland club
Kudos to Dundalk’s sponsors Fyffes for this effort.
# bouncebackability
Dundalk get the floodgates open after just 12 seconds against understrength Derry
Like taking Candystripes from a baby for the league leaders.
# new faces
3 changes for Kildare team to take on unchanged Monaghan next Saturday night
Kildare face Monaghan at 7pm in Croke Park in Round 4B of the football qualifiers.
# Unlucky
Dundalk downed by Hajduk Split in Europa League qualifier
The visitors will take a 2-0 lead into next week’s second leg.
Meath v Kildare, Leinster senior football semi-final
Who’ll win today’s first semi-final clash? Join us to find out.
# Keeping The Faith
Kildare unchanged as Meath bring in Bryan Menton for Sunday's Leinster semi-final
The teams meet in Croke Park at 2pm on Sunday.
# Flying High
Dundalk stay top of the table after Towell's 25-yard belter
Bohemians lost out 2-0 to the Lilywhites at Dalymount Park this evening.
# Top Dogs
Dundalk go top after putting Cork to the sword at Oriel Park
Richie Towell scored his third and fourth league goals of the season.
# Airtricity League
Towell converts controversial last-gasp penalty to keep Dundalk riding high
Town midfield Sean Byrne earned a straight red card for dissent following the late decision.
# Setback
Dundalk's title hopes hit as captain O'Donnell out for the season
The Lilywhites midfielder suffered torn knee ligaments in last night’s draw with Shamrock Rovers.
# Down Under
Kildare's Sean Hurley could be on the move to AFL side Fremantle next October
Hurley was on trial with the Western Australian outfit last year.
# Bouncing Back
Dublin back to winning ways as they prove too strong for Kildare at Croke Park
Kevin McManamon hit 0-8 for Dublin as they triumphed tonight.
# Lilywhites
Here's the Kildare team that takes on Dublin tomorrow night
Jason Ryan’s side travel to Croke Park for their Division 1 clash.
# Lilywhites
4 of last year's Leinster U21 winning side in Kildare team to face Offaly tonight
Kildare get this year’s Leinster U21 football campaign underway with a clash against Offaly in Athy at 7.30pm.
# Back Home
Homesickness sees Kildare's Daniel Flynn return from Aussie Rules on 'a leave of absence'
The Johnstownbridge club man has returned home.
# Comeback
Good news for Kildare football fans as injured players set for return
The Lilywhites have had to operate without some key players in recent weeks.
# One More Year
Johnny Doyle commits to another year with Kildare
Manager Jason Ryan has confirmed the news that the Lilywhites supporters have been hoping to hear.
# Making The Move
Former Kerry boss Jack O'Connor's sons transfer to Kildare outfit Moorefield
The pair have switched from South Kerry outfit St Michael’s-Foilmore.
# Club Action
Kildare club Two Mile House qualify for All-Ireland junior football final at Croke Park
They will face either Keel of Kerry or Fuerty of Roscommon on Sunday February 9th.
# triumph
Four goals for Padraig Fogarty as Kildare defeat UCD to reach O'Byrne Cup final
The Lilywhites were in action in Newbridge today.
# Staying Put
Here's one young Kildare footballer who won't be moving to join an AFL club
Relax Lilywhite GAA fans, Paddy Brophy will be in action for your side in 2014.
# Money
Kildare GAA official: 'Are we going to create a superpower in Dublin?'
Finances continue to be a struggle for the Lilywhites according to their county board secretary.
# Sun Stoke
Young Kildare star feeling the heat Down Under
Sean Hurley called off the training field as coaches feared he’d suffer heat stroke.
# New Face
Jason Ryan adds ex-Lilywhite Ronan Quinn to Kildare backroom team
Quinn was part of the Kildare teams that won the Leinster senior titles in 1998 and 2000.
# Gaffer
Jason Ryan ratified as new Kildare boss tonight
The former Wexford boss takes over from Kieran McGeeney.
# Gaffer
Jason Ryan front runner to be new Kildare football manager
The Lilywhites county board meet tonight with the management situation expected to be discussed.
# On the box
McGeeney to sit down with Second Captains lads tonight
The ex-Kildare manager will be on RTE Two tonight.
# Touch of Class
Kurtis Byrne scores a wondergoal from the halfway line
You won’t have seen a better goal over the weekend.
# goal getter
O'Carroll inspires Kildare to first junior camogie title in 23 years
The Lilywhites forward accounted for just under half of her team’s total.
# lily's gripe
Kildare players call on county board to reinstate sacked McGeeney
The Lilywhites’ playing staff released a statement backing their former boss.
# Lilywhites
End of the road as Kieran McGeeney loses Kildare ballot by one vote
Delegates have decided to call time on the Armagh man’s tenure.
# Victory
Roscommon strike 3 goals to defeat Kildare in All Ireland MFC quarter-final
The sides clashed in O’Connor Park in Tullamore this afternoon.