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# Naas

Last month
November 2023
Witness appeal following alleged assault in Naas in early hours of Sunday
The incident involved a man, aged in his 30s, and two women, aged in their 20s.
'If it wasn't for my wife, I wouldn't be playing': Leinster semi-final awaits at the age of 41
Kildare great Eamonn Callaghan is still going strong for club champions Naas.
Three teenagers hospitalised following Halloween night assault in Co Kildare
A male teenager was arrested in relation to the incident earlier today.
This year
Garda Sergeant and second man to stand trial accused of sharing PULSE system information
The screenshots included pictures and personal information contained on the Garda information system.
Forever Young founder defends closure of festival to ticket-holders on Saturday due to flooding
The Forever Young festival stated that ticket holders who were not already in the festival by noon on Saturday wouldn’t be admitted for safety reasons.
Four teen boys arrested in connection with vehicle thefts in east of the country
The boys are being detained in garda stations in Kildare and Carlow.
Naas CBS crowned Leinster schools football champions for fourth time in five campaigns
The Kildare school defeated Moate CS on a scoreline of 0-11 to 0-9.
Irish cities improving on litter but still struggling to stay clean
The survey has also shown a significant rise in the numbers of areas deemed clean across Ireland.
Last year
TJ Reid returns with 1-6 to fire Ballyhale past Naas and into Leinster senior club final
Ballyhale saw off Naas by 12 points.
Unaccompanied driver on learner permit for past 30 years detected travelling at 147 kph
The incident happened over the weekend on the N7.
All-Ireland intermediate club champions Naas power into Leinster senior semi-final
Tom Mullally’s side ran out surprisingly comfortable 15-point winners over Shinrone of Offaly.
A Super Nintendo prize, €10 flights to Cork and creating a hurling culture in Naas
The Kildare champions are reaping the benefits of years of enthusiastic work done at underage level.
Leinster finalists Naas back on top as they clinch Kildare double with win over Clane
A nine-point win today for Naas.
Missing 83-year-old found safe and well
Gardaí said that she was found safe and well.
Man (20s) dies after being struck by car near Naas
Gardaí said a male pedestrian was struck on the M7 early this morning and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Leaving Cert results tomorrow, the World Cup next weekend - King's rise
18-year-old Erin King has gone from Sydney to Dubai to Doha and into the Ireland 7s squad.
Man hospitalised after serious assault in Kildare
The man was taken to Tallaght University Hospital where he is currently in a stable condition.
Cyclist killed in road traffic accident with tractor in Kildare
Investigating Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed this collision to contact them.
Gardaí investigating assault of a man (50s) in Kildare make arrest
The injured man, who is in his 50s, remains in Tallaght University Hospital receiving treatment.
Captain Guinness grabs second Grade Three win of the season as Flame Bearer continues progress
There was racing action at Naas today.
Naas option appeals to Walsh for Any Second Now
Grand National the ultimate aim once more.
Journey With Me firmly on track for Ballymore challenge
Naas winner another Festival big gun for De Bromhead and Blackmore.
Naas hold off late rally to earn historic first All-Ireland hurling crown
Croke Park was the setting for the All-Ireland intermediate decider.
Kerry and Kildare winners set up historic All-Ireland club hurling final meeting
Kilmoyley and Naas are heading to Croke Park.
The Kerry, Derry, Mayo and Kildare clubs dreaming of All-Ireland hurling glory
Kilmoyley, Banagher, Tooreen and Naas are the unlikely hurling quartet hoping to reach Croke Park.
Leinster club hurling glory for Kildare champions and Kerry reign again in Munster intermediate final
A good day on the club front for Naas, Na Gaeil and Denn.
'It's upsetting more than disappointing but no excuses'
Eoin Doyle reflected on a Leinster final defeat for Naas.
Kilmacud crowned Leinster champions for 5th time after dominant second-half
The Dublin side had seven points to spare over Naas in Croke Park.
'I don't plan on it now' - No Dublin return for Mannion as club the focus before Leinster final
The three-time All-Star will not be involved with Dessie Farrell’s side in 2022.
Ginto claims Grade One gold for Elliott and Kennedy
Envoi Allen and Bob Olinger are recent Lawlor’s Of Naas winners who have gone on to Cheltenham glory.
All time
Naas power to victory in extra-time to reach first ever Leinster football final
Shelmaliers conceded a score with the last kick of normal-time and faded in the extra two periods.
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.
Gardaí seek information about fatal two-car collision in Kildare
One car collided with the central median and a second car collided with the first on the M7 last month.
Motorcyclist aged in his 40s killed in Kildare crash
The driver of the vehicle was uninjured.
Baseball bat accused can be presumed to have intended to kill or seriously injure, prosecution argue
Zoltan Almasi has pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to manslaughter.
Man (30s) arrested after €812,000 worth of cocaine seized during stop and search of vehicle
The vehicle was seized in the Naas area of Co Kildare this morning.
Gardaí fine unaccompanied learner driver travelling at 139kph in 100 zone in Naas
The vehicle was seized and a fixed-charge penalty notice (FCPN) was issued.
Teenager missing from Kildare found safe and well
The teenager was last seen on Monday.
Gardaí seize €150,000 worth of cocaine following search of Kildare home
A man in his 30s was arrested at the scene last night.
Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board issues unreserved apology over errors at Naas
The Noel Meade-trained Melly And Me got loose for several minutes, before eventually being withdrawn.