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FĂ©ile Winners

Sunday, 01 April 2018 at 7PM

Well done to all teams who participated in this years Féile, and the best of luck to our three qualifers Dicksboro, Emeralds and Graiguenamanagh.  This years Féile will be held in Connacht.   

Click here for more photos (Credit: Willie Dempsey)

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Feile Qualifiers postponed

Saturday, 17 March 2018 at 11AM

Please Note: Feile Qualifiers due to be played this Monday have been postponed due to pitches being unplayable.  These games will be played on Sunday March 25th with the final rounds being played on Good Friday.

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O'Loughlin Gaels Are Minor A Champions

Monday, 30 October 2017 at 9PM

The Minors of James Stephens and O'Loughlin Gaels set the tone for what was to be a memorable day's hurling in Nowlan Park on Sunday. In the end O'Loughlin Gaels ran out deserving winners after a high quality Kilkenny Honda Centre Minor A Final.

Picture shows O'Loughlin Gaels captain Ronan Buckley accepting the trophy from Bord na nÓg Chairman John Byrne and Con Dooley representing Sponsors Kilkenny Honda Centre.

Click HERE for brief match report from Kilkenny People Sport

Click HERE for images of the game from Donal Foley and Martin Rowe

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Dicksboro Win Under 14A Hurling Title

Sunday, 15 October 2017 at 9AM

Dicksboro under 14's made it a clean sweep of titles when they proved too strong for Thomastown in  the Duggan Steel Under 14A Hurling Final played on Saturday (4-23 to 1-5). The hurling title, added to the Football Championship and National Feile title won earlier, makes it a memorable year for the Boro youngsters.

Picture shows Bord na nÓg Chairman John Byrne presenting the trophy to Dicksboro captain Charlie Nolan.

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Feile Round-Up

Monday, 26 June 2017 at 6PM

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.

 

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