Kilkenny claimed the Super 11's title in New York on Saturday night following a 0-64 to 0-40 win over Limerick. The crowd of 11,000 were treated to three games on the night, Kilkenny beating Tipperary by 0-86 to 0-36 to secure that final spot. In the first semi-final of the evening Limerick overcame Wexford to secure their spot in the final. For match report click here (Kilkenny People)
In the Leinster Club Championship, Shamrocks overcame the challenge of Wexford champions St Martin's to secure a Leinster final spot for the second year in a row. The Kilkenny champions got a great start and were 1-1 up within a minute of the game starting, from here they never looked back and ran out 5-19 to 1-16, TJ Reid scoring 2-14 in a masterful display. They will now face St Mullins of Carlow in the final in two weeks time.
Meanwhile in the Leinster Intermediate S/F Tullaroan beat Naas 3-17 to 1-13 while Conahy Shamrocks ran out 1-22 to 1-7 winners over Clonquish Gaels in the Leinster Junior S/F. Both of these finals are also scheduled for two weeks time also.
For match report click below (John Knox, Kilkenny People)
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For additional Tullaroan pictures, click here (Willie Dempsey)
Kilkenny GAA/Conahy Shamrocks will host a Mental Health and Well-being Talk on Friday Nov 22nd at 8pm in the Conahy Shamrocks Clubhouse. Guest speakers are Oisin McConville, John Leahy and Frank Diamond from ALPS.
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As the Kilkenny team depart for New York and the Super 11's the home fires remain burning with Shamrocks Ballyhale taking on St Martin's of Wexford in the AIB Leinster Club SHC S/F on Saturday in UPMC Nowlan Park at 1.30pm. Admission will be €10 for Adults, €5 for OAP's/Students and U-16 Free.
In the AIB Leinster IHC S/F Tullaroan take on Naas at 1.30pm in Callan, while also at 1.30pm Conahy Shamrocks take on Conquish Gaels in Jenkinstown in the Junior S/F. We wish all teams the best of luck on Saturday.
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James Stephens are hosting a fundraising night on Friday, November 22nd in Hotel Kilkenny based on the TV show the Cube (Doors opening at 8pm). The fundraiser is a joint venture between James Stephens G.A.A. & Camogie clubs and our charity partner for the event is L’Arche Kilkenny.
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A special ceremony which ran alongside the GAA’s National Healthy Club Conference in Croke Park on October 5th, saw 84 GAA clubs recognised as official ‘Healthy Clubs’ on the island of Ireland. The day was about given recognition to the clubs and volunteers, by individually acknowledging the contribution that each GAA Healthy Club makes in bringing the vision for Healthy Ireland to life: where everyone can enjoy physical and mental health and wellbeing to their full potential.
Two Kilkenny GAA Clubs, Conahy Shamrocks and Thomastown can now proudly fly a flag above their grounds (endorsed by both Healthy Ireland and the Public Health Agency in NI), letting their members and communities know that they value health and wellbeing as much as leagues and championships.
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