St Lachtains GAA Club will hold a Fun Easter Hurling Camp from Tuesday 7th to Friday 10th April for boys and girls agae between 7 and 13 years.
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In what is another boost for Kilkenny the Allianz National Hurling League Semi-Finals will be played in Nowlan Park as a double header on Sunday 19th April. At 2pm Dublin will play Cork and at 4pm Tipperary play Waterford. Both games will be covered live on TG4. This is likely to bring a 20,000 strong crowd to Nowlan Park with huge economic benefit to the city. Ticket details will be announced later and we will be seeking the usual support of club volunteers to ensure the smooth running of the event.read more
In an effort to promote the Irish Language, Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, Cill Channaigh will sponsor six scholarships to the Gaeltacht this summer. They will be known as ‘Scoláireachtai Thomáis de Bhaldraithe’ in memory of Tomás de Bhaldraithe, former Oifigeach na Gaelige.
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Kilkenny 1-18 Clare 1-17
Kilkenny had to pull out all the stops to see off a resilient Clare side and retain their Division 1A status for 2016. There was little between the sides throughout and it took a final minute point from wing back Cillian Buckley to secure victory.
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Following the Allianz League game in Nowlan Park this evening the draws were made for the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Senior Football Semi-Finals. Picture shows Paul Kavanagh representing the sponsors with County Board Vice Chairman Conor Denieffe and Football Secretary Tom O Reilly conducting the draw. The semi-finals will be played on weekend 18th/19th April with County Final the following weekend.
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Kilmoganny 4-10 Bennettsbridge 1-6
Kilmoganny were worthy winners of the Duggan Steel Roinn A Football league tiltle with a good win over Bennettsbridge.
Picture shows Kilmoganny captain Harry Walsh accepting the trophy from Bord na nÓg Chairman Willie Dempsey.
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As expected there are several changes to the Kilkenny team for Sunday's important rematch with Clare as Brian Cody and his selectors welcome back the Ballyhale contingent to the match day squad. Joey Holden, who captains the side, fills in for the injured Jackie Tyrrell at corner back. Lester Ryan and Cillian Buckley return to man the wing back positions. Michael Fennelly comes in to his usual midfield berth with T J Reid and Colin Fennelly along with Richie Hogan making up a lethal looking forward line. Tomás Keogh, Willlie Phelan, Brian Kennedy, Kevin Kelly and Mark Kelly all drop down to the subs bench. John Power is out due to illness. Click on Read More below for full team.
Supporters are reminded to purchase their tickets before Sunday at the usual Supermarket outllets to avail of the €10 adult ticket. Children under 16 are free of charge and do n ot require tickets.