Following an invite from Ulster GAA, Tullaroan will be the third Kilkenny Club to represent the county at Feile na nGael and they will join Kilmacow and St Martins who had already booked their passage. Meanwhile O'Loughlin Gaels were the winners of the Kilkenny Paddy Grace Roinn A Feile. O'Loughlins had a narrow 1-9 to 0-9 win over great city rivals James Stephens in the final having accounted for Dunnamaggin in the semi-final. Picture shows O'Loughlin Gaels captain accepting the trophy from Bord na nÓg Treasurer Joe Pyke.
Click on Read More below for team photo of O'Loughlin Gaels. Photos courtesy Caroline Clifford of Clara Bord na nÓg.
Following their win in the Roinn B Feile Kilmacow will now have the honour of representing Kilkenny in Feile na nGael in Ulster during the summer. Runners up St Martins also qualify for the national Feile. Picture shows the Kilmacow captain accepting the trophy from Bord na nÓg Chairman Willie Dempsey. Click on read more below for photos of both teams.
Glenmore and Mullinavat under 14's are both celebrating county football titles this weekend. Glenmore overcame Graigue Ballycallan 4-8 to 3-4 in the Duggan Steel Roinn B decider. Meanwhile Mullinavat were the victors over Cloneen 5-3 to 2-2 in the Roinn C decider. Pictures show the captains receiving their trophies from Bord na nOg chairman Willie Dempsey.
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Dicksboro 4-15 Thomastown 1-3
Congratulations to Dicksboro on their convincing win over Thomastown in the Duggan Steel Under 14 Roinn A Football Championship.
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The Duggan Steel Under 14 Hurling Quarter-Finals will now take place on Saturday morning at 11am. The games were originally scheduled for Sunday and the original date, which is published in this weeks's local papers, is incorrect.
Meanwhile, it is likely that there will be under 14 Development Squad Training on Saturday week. Watch out for details here later.