Kilkenny Coaching and Games in prepartion for 2021 outline details of the Club Turas Support Programme. Click below for full details of this programme, something each club can benefit from in the year ahead.
Kilkenny and Waterford will face off in the first All-Ireland Hurling semi-final of 2020 due to be played on Saturday evening next at 6pm in Croke Park. The game will be live on RTE and Sky Sports.
Both teams will be hoping to line up an All-Ireland Final date with the winners of the second semi final between Limerick and Galway due to be played on Sunday in Croke Park.
Following a huge performance in Croke Park on Saturday evening Kilkenny were crowned Leinster Champions for 2020. The game was tight for large parts but heading in to the final quarter Galway looked to be in control, ahead by five points but in a battling closing ten minutes saw Kilkenny clawed back that lead and went ahead just as injury time beckoned.
For the first time since 2016 the Bob O'Keeffe Cup is sitting on Noreside and an All Ireland S/F awaits in Croke park in two weeks time.
For match report click here (Kilkenny People, Robert Cribbin)
For pictures click here (Willie Dempsey)
The Kilkenny team that will line out in tomorrow's Leinster Final Vs Galway has been named.
The game has a throw-in time of 6.15pm and will be live from Croke Park on RTE.
Click below for full team details.
It may be November but the Leinster Hurling Final between Kilkenny and Galway will be played next Saturday evening live from Croke Park on RTE at 6.15pm. The game will be played behind closed doors.
Kilkenny enter the final having overcome a stern challenge from Dublin while Galway's passage to the final involved a victory over Wexford. Both teams will be out for silverware and the fact that an All-Ireland semi-final spot is also up for grabs ensures it will be a cracking game.