The victorious James Stephens team of 1969 were honoured recently at the County Final in Nowlan Park. It was a memorable day for the team who got the chance to relive old memories and to meet old friends. The team were invited for dinner that evening following the County Finals courtesy of the Springhill Hotel, where a wonderful day was extended long into the evening.
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Scór na nÓg will take place in Langton’s, John Street on Saturday November 24th at 3pm. Click below for full details.
Galway will be returning to Ireland with the Wild Geese Trophy following an end to end game where both team had to be seperated by '65's. The game ended 4-23 to 3-26, which meant 65's had to be taken to decide a winner, galway claimed 4 from 5, Kilkenny managed 3 form 4, meaning Galway will be in possession of the Wild Geese Trophy for the next twelve months.
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This Friday 9th November will see the culmination of an awful amount of hard work when Muckalee Gaelic Football Club will launch its Centenary Book – “Muckalee a Sporting Parish” in the new Club rooms at 8pm. It’ll actually be the first official function which will take place at the venue with local legend, horse trainer Jim Bolger doing the honours in launching the book.
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Tullogher Rosbercon made the short trip to New Ross yesterday and recorded a rare football win for a Kilkenny club side in the first round of the Leinster Junior Club Football Championship.
The Southerners scores a deserved win over Wexford Junior champions Naomh Eanna from Gorey by a two-point margin. The Wexford side perhaps had one eye on the opening round of the Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship next Sunday where they meet Camross from Laois in Portlaoise, but they really can have no complaints with the result of the game against Tullogher.
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