At a function held recently Kilkenny Senior Manager Brian Cody presented Gaeltacht scholarships to Coláiste na Rinne to boys and girls from Primary and Secondary Schools in Kilkenny. Also present on the occasion were parents of the children and officers of Kilkenny GAA. We wish all the recipients a very enjoyable and fruitful stay in Ring this summer.
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Draw 2 took place in Piltown last evening. Top prize of a car went to John Wilmot of The Rower. Second prize of €2,500 holiday went to Michael Mc Nena of Mooncoin while the third prize of €600 voucher at Castlemartyr Resort went to Michael Cunningham of Burnchurch(Danesfort Club). The special €1000 club prize went to Glenmore. Draw 3 takes place on Tuesday 7th July.
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The 2015 Kilkenny Poc Fada Competition was held in glorious sunshine at Gowran Park Race Course on Thursday evening. There were 27 entries in the adult competition with 30 in the under 16. Winner of the adult competition was Barrow Ranger's Billy Hanlon whilst the under 16 winner was Conor Drennan of Galmoy. They now go on to represent Kilkenny in the Leinster Finals on Howth Head.
The competitors and their markers enjoyed refreshments in the Clubhouse after the event where the presentation of trophies took place,
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The Kilkenny Minor and Senior teams to play in Sunday's Leinster Semi-Finals in Nowlan Park have been announced after training this evening. The senior side shows three changes from the line-up that started in last year's All Ireland Final replay. As expected Joey Holden, who captains the side, plays at full back replacing the retired J J Delaney. Ger Aylward replaces the injured Richie Power and Walter Walsh, who was on the subs bench last September, exchanges places with John Power. Click on Read More for both line-ups.
As of this evening Friday both Ardan Breathnach and Ardan de Gras are both fully booked out. There are some seats available in the new Ardan O Cearbhaill behind the country end goal and there are plenty of terrace tickets available. The advice is to purchase tickets before Sunday to avoid disappointment. The Minor game throws in at 12 noon with the senior game at 2pm.
With just 5 days to go to the eagerly awaited double header in Nowlan Park excitement is mounting as Kilkenny enter the championship for the first time in 2015. Wexford have a quarter-final win under the belts and have happy memories of their last visit to Nowlan Park when they had a hugely exciting win over Waterford in the 2014 Qualifiers.
Kilkenny GAA look forward to welcoming fans from Laois, Wexford and Kilkenny to Nowlan Park next Sunday. We encourage all those travelling to purchase tickets in advance and to arrive early. The Electric Ireland Minor Semi-Final between Kilkenny and Laois throws in at 12 noon and should be well worth making the effort to attend.
There will be a Public Sale of Tickets in Nowlan Park on Wednesday evening from 6pm to 8pm
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