Following a review of safety procedures with the relevant statutory authorities, and in line with the policy now in vogue at other major venues Kilkenny GAA can confirm that patrons will not be permitted to take large bags and backpacks into Nowlan Park for the Kilkenny v Limerick Qualifier this Saturday evening.
“Smaller bags will be permitted but may be subject to searches and patrons are urged not to bring bags at all where possible. We would like to thank our patrons in advance for their co-operation with this matter and urge all supporters to arrive in good time to avoid delays”.
As of Tea Time on Wednesday Ardan de Gras has been sold out, There are still some tickets left for Ardan Breathnach but the advice is to purchase them well in advance to ensure you have a seat.
Tickets are available at the usual Supermarkets all over the County. Click on Read More below for list.
Click on Read More below for results of Draw No 2 held in Piltown on Tuesday Night.
Kilkenny GAA expresses its thanks to all those who continue to support this draw in any way.
Squad sessions this week:
Click on Read More for full details of Under 14's and Under 16's
Under 15 South meet in Mooncoin this Wednesday evening June 28th at 6.30
Ahead of Saturday evening's Qualifier there will be a Public Sale of Tickets in Nowlan Park on Wednesday 28th June as follows:
11am to 2pm
5.30pm to 7.30pm
Tickets cost €15 for Adults and €5 for Children
Tickets are also on sale at the usual Supermarket outlets
Click on Read More below for list of Kilkenny outlets.
The Hurling and Camogie Féile, hosted by Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford, just over a week ago was an outstanding success. The 2017 Féile na nGael sponsored by John West was the largest Féile na nGael ever and the largest sporting event held in Europe this year. In total 684 matches were played over the three days in blistering sunshine. We had a record 176 hurling teams take part and 112 camogie teams.
And this past weekend football teams from all over Ireland descended on Cavan, Fermanagh and Monaghan for the Football equivalent. Pride of place must go to Dicksboro who added the Division 5 Football Title to the Division 1 Hurling title won the previous weekend.
Click on Read More below for the details of finals in all Hurling and Camogie Divisions. The plethora of Kilkenny clubs featuring in these lists is testiment to the great work being undertaken in all our clubs.
And a huge congratulations and thanks to all who made Féile in the South East such a memorable event for so many people.