At the September County Board meeting the draws for the Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling Championships were made.
Quarter Final 1: Young Irelands v St Patricks
Quarter Final 2: Tullaroan v Thomastown
Quarter Final 3: Bennettsbridge v Tullogher Rosbercon
Quarter Final 4: St Lachtains v Lisdowney
Games to be played this weekend. Check our Fixtures page later to find out details of times and venues.
At the September County Board meeting the draws for the St Canices Credit Union Senior Hurling Championships were made.
Quarter Final 1: Clara v Erins Own
Quarter Final 2: O'Loughlin Gaels v Danesfort or Dicksboro
Quarter Final 3: Fenians v Ballyhale Shamrocks
Quarter Final 4: Rower Inistioge v Mullinavat
Three of the quarter finals will take place this coming weekend along with the Danesfort v Dicksboro 1st round replay.
Following the first round games in the St Canices Credit Union Senior and Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling Championship at the weekend the way is now clear for the draw for the quarter-finals. This will take place at the September County Board Meeting in Nowlan Park tomorrow evening Monday. All four quarter-finals in the intermediate grade will be played next weekend along with three of the senior quarter-finals and 1st round replay between Danesfort and Dicksboro. The fourth quarter-final will then be played on the following weekend.
Click on Read More below for details of the draw together with some images from the Ballyhale v James Stephens game played in Thomastown on Saturday. Watch out for details of the draws here on Monday evening. Draw will be live on KCLR 96Fm just after 8pm.
Bennettsbridge continued their great form of this year by claiming the Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate League Title with a 2-20 to 2-15 win over Tullaroan in John Locke Park on Saturday. In the opening game St Lachtains captured the Shield title with a 1-14 to 0-14 win over Young Irelands.
Picture shows Eoin Murphy of Michael Lyng Motors C presenting the trophy to Bennettsbridge Captain Enda Morrissey. Also in the picture is Conor Denieffe Vice Chairman Kilkenny GAA.
Click HERE for images of the games from Willie Dempsey.
Nowlan Park played host to the top 4 qualifiers in the St Canices Credit Union League on Saturday. Clara were crowned League winners with a 1-19 to 0-13 win over Rower Inistioge. In the opening game Fenians continued their good form with a 1-18 to 0-17 win over a much changed O'Loughlin Gaels team.
Picture shows Clara captain Keith Hogan accepting the trophy from Co Board Chairman Ned Quinn in the company of Michael O Reilly President of St Canices Credit Union. Click HERE for images of both games courtesy Martin Rowe.
Click on Read More for team pics.