Eoin Larkin today announced his retirement from inter County Hurling. Eoin has had a fantastic intercounty career over 12 years. He made his championship debut against Offaly in Croke Park in 2005 and ended his career with 8 All Ireland medals, 10 Leinster SHC medals, 6 National Hurling League medals, 2 All Stars and Hurler of the Year in 2008. He also has All Ireland medals at Minor level(2002), Under 21(2004) and Senior Club with James Stephens(2005)
Kilkenny County Board Chairman Ned Quinn thanked Eoin for his tremendous contribution to Kilkenny hurling and wished him well in his retirement.
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St Canices Credit Union have been fantastic supporters of Kilkenny GAA over many years. Pictured here are members of the Credit Union Team handing over their sponsorship cheque for our Senior Hurling League and Championship at their offices in High Street recently.
Pictured: L to R: Eleanor Connolly – St. Canice’s Credit Union; Barry Hickey – Treasurer Kilkenny GAA; Michael Byrne – Deputy CEO St. Canice’s Credit Union; Ned Quinn - Chairman Kilkenny GAA; Roisin Gilroy – St. Canice’s Credit Union
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The Sports Department at Community Radio Kilkenny City is inviting readers to pick their Kilkenny Senior Club Hurling Team of the Year and the Kilkenny Senior Club Hurler of the Year. The selections which matches that of the CRKC Sports Team will be deemed the winner, with lots drawn in the event of a tie. The prize for the winner is being sponsored by Michael Lyng Motors.
Entries to CRKC via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Community Radio Kilkenny City, Unit 32, Hebron Industrial Estate, Kilkenny. The closing date for receipt of entries is Friday 9th December. The Team of the Year, the Player of the Year along with the competition winner will be announced on the CRKC Sports Programmes the following weekend. Click on Read More for list of nominees.
Due to a bereavement the J J Kavanagh & Sons Under 21A North Final between Dicksboro and James Stephens has been postponed. Details of revised fixture will be published when to hand.
At an IRFU Press Conference in Dublin this morning the 12 potential grounds in the 2023 Ireland Rugby World Cup bid were announced. Included in the 8 GAA grounds is Kilkenny's Nowlan Park. This is a huge honour for Kilkenny GAA to be considered and testament to the tremendous improvements which have been undertaken at the venue over recent years.
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