In Nowlan Park last weekend 24 clubs compising of 48 teams played in the U-10 Go Games Festival Finals in our theatre of dreams Nowlan Park . Each "team" played a hurling game followed by a Gaelic Football game. Each player received a momento of the day.
The Go Games Festival has become a real highlight for hundreds of young players all over the county. Kilkenny GAA would like to thank all the coaches in the clubs and all the parents who came along to support the young stars of the future.
Click HERE for some images of the day.
Kilkenny hurling legend and father of four Henry Shefflin, and four-time All Star Donegal Gaelic footballer Karl Lacey were in Croke Park on Tuesday to launch Kellogg’s renewed sponsorship deal with the GAA Cúl Camps.
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games
Click HERE for details of the Kilkenny Camps
Click HERE to apply
Kilkenny GAA - Coach Education
FINAL FOUNDATION COACHING COURSE takes place Saturday 18th April in DICKSBORO GAA at 10.00am.
(Change of Venue from Nowlan Park due to National League Semi-Finals)
Please Bring tracksuit and hurl.
This weekend the Féile Skills Competition was held in Nowlan Park with 32 clubs participating. The winner was Ciaran Brennan from Bennettsnridge and he is pictured here receiving the trophy from Bord na nÓg Treasurer Joe Pyke.
Click HERE for photos of the participants courtesy Willie Dempsey.
On Good Friday 3rd April the Feile na nGael Skills Competition will be held in Nowlan Park at 10am. The Under 14 Manager in each club is encouraged to run an internal competition to select an entrant for the Kilkenny Finals.
Click on Read More below for details of the skills.
It is hoped that all clubs will take place in this important skills event.