Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions after Manchester United's shock 1-nil defeat to West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford yesterday.
The result leaves City 16 points clear at the top of the table, with just five games left to play.
Team captaint says he’s already planning to retain the title.
It’s the third time Kompany has won the League with a club, but he has never retained the title.
Kildare & District Football League Results week ending 15th April
Leinster FA Junior Shield Quarter Final
Allenwood Celtic FC 2 3 Cushinstown AFC
CR Wynne Feeds Senior Division
Monread FC 2 1 Ballycane Celtic FC
Castle Villa AFC 2 1 Redwood FC
Rathangan AFC 2 5 Suncroft AFC
Caragh Celtic FC 2 0 Naas United FC
Monasterevin AFC 0 7 Clane United FC
Noel Recruitment Premier Division
Athy Town AFC 4 0 Coill Dubh AFC
Liffey Celtic AFC 2 2 Woodstock Celts FC
Inny FC 7 1 Newbridge FC
Hoey Spar Moorefield Division 1
Kilcock Celtic FC 1 0 Arlington AFC
Bridgewood/Eleson 2 1 Sallins Celtic FC
Galhoy FC 3 2 Clane United FC
KDFL Division 2
Moone Celtic 1 3 Naas AFC WHITE
Naas AFC BLUE 2 0 Old Fort Celtic FC
Suncroft AFC 2 3 Monread FC
Hill Mechanical and Electrical Division 3.
Caragh Celtic FC 2 2 Kildare Town AFC
Newbridge Hotspurs 0 2 Bush Celtic FC
Straffan AFC 3 0 Rathangan AFC
Waterford can move level on points with Dundalk at the top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.
The newly promoted play St Patrick's Athletic at Richmond Park.
Fourth place Derry City play Bohemians to the Brandywell.
Bottom club Bray Wanderers host Shamrock Rovers.
Paul Dunne had to settle for a share of second place at the Spanish Open in Madrid.
The Wicklow golfer held a one-stroke lead heading into the final round, but finished two shots behind the winner, current Irish Open champion, Jon Rahm.
The World Number Four shot a five under par final round to claim his third win on the European Tour.
Robbie Henshaw could make a surprise return for Leinster in Saturday's Champions Cup semi-final against Scarlets.
The 24 year old centre dislocated his shoulder during Ireland's Six Nations victory over Italy in February, but his recovery is ahead of schedule.
Sean O'Brien and scrum half Luke McGrath are, also, expected to be fit for the game.
In the Ulster Bank AIL Division 1B, Naas 33-17 Dolphin
In Division 2B, MU Barnhall have secured a play-off for promotion after Saturday’s 22 all draw with Sunday's Well
*Barnhall will play Rainey Old Boys away in the playoff next weekend
Local GAA Club action focussed on the Senior Football League at the weekend.
Senior Football League Div. 1
Moorefield 4-15 Raheens 1-12
Athy 3-11 St Kevin's 2-10
Carbury 2-13 Leixlip 0-9
Naas 1-14 Celbridge 1-10
Confey GAA 3-12 Sarsfields 1-14
Senior Football League Div. 2
Johnstownbridge 0-20 Castledermot 1-7
Monasterevan 2-6 Allenwood 1-7
Maynooth 2-15 Two Mile House 2-11
Clane 1-9 Clogherinkoe 1-4
Kilcock 0-15 Rathangan 2-6
Senior Football League Div. 3
Straffan 1-9 Nurney 0-10
Ballyteague 3-16 Milltown 3-8
Eadestown 4-16 Robertstown 0-9
Kilcullen 2-7 Ballymore Eustace 0-11
Senior Football League Div. 4
Grangenolvin 1-15 Cappagh 0-9
Suncroft 0-15 Caragh 0-11
Ellistown 1-14 Rathcoffey 0-8
Ballykelly 1-16 Castlemitchell 0-11
Manguard Plus Minor Football League Semi Finals:
Div. 1 Semi-Finals
Aylmer Gaels 5-11 Eadestown 4-7
Naas 2-21 Clane 3-9
Div. 2 Semi-Finals
St. Laurence’s 1-17 Balyna 0-7
Round Towers 2-7 Sallins 2-6
MDiv. 3 Semi-Finals
Leixlip 0-15 Raheens 0-13
Two Mile House 3-11 Rathangan 3-8
Div. 4 Semi-Finals
Athgarvan 6-14 Rheban 1-7
Naas 5-18 St. Edwards 1-11
Leinster Ladies U16 Football Championship Kildare 3-12 Wexford 1-0
Today’s racing is in Leopardstown and Tramore.
Reminder: that this morning’s Kildare Today will have a review of the main weekend action at 10.45, while Kildare Scoreboard, from 6.30pm this evening will review the weekend: results, reports, interviews from the various codes.