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.
Following their win over Westmeath in the Semi-Final Kilkenny's Under 17's take on Dublin in the Special Under 17 Leinster Final this Sunday in Portlaoise. The game is the curtain raiser to the Senior Semi-Final between Galway and Offaly and throws in at 12 o clock. Kilkenny GAA wishes the Players and Management Team all the very best.
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The eagerly awaited Féile week is upon us with hundreds of boys and girls from all over the country converging on Kilkenny, Carlow and Wexford next Friday.
All the Hurling fixtures involving Kilkenny clubs can be found by clicking on the Fixtures page from the menu at the top of this Home Page.
Click on Read More below for a full list of visiting clubs in both hurling and camogie and their host clubs.
Click HERE for link to GAA.ie Fixture page
Young Irelands landed the first under 16 title of the year when they had a narrow victory, after extra time, over Cloneen Railyard in the Duggan Steel Roinn C League Final played recently. Picture shows Young Ireland's captain Sean Midleton accepting the trophy from Bord na nÓg Secretary Willie Dempsey.
Click HERE for match report from Young Irelands GAA
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Following their recent win in the League competition Graignamanagh added the Duggan Steel Roinn B Championship title when they had a merited win over Tullogher Rosbercon in a thrilling final. Graignamanagh played with a strong breeze in the first half and were leading by a scoreline of 1-9 2-1 at halftime. Tullogher came out after the halftime break the much better team and 2 quick goals appeared to have them in the driving seat as they built up a 3 point lead ,but the barrow boys never gave up and two late goals and 3 points gave them a comfortable and just about deserving win on a lovely evening for the big ball in Inistioge. Final Score Graignamanagh 4-12 Tullogher Rosbercon 4-4
Click on Read More for Team Pics. Click HERE for images of the game courtesy Jim Whelan(Graignamanagh),