Kilkenny Season Ticket Holders can gain admission to the Leinster Championship games in Nowlan Park on Sunday by presenting their Season Ticket Cards for scanning at Stiles 9 to 12 on Hebron Road. Admission is to Ardan de Gras only and there is no need to print off tickets.
The first draw took place in Piltown on Thursday night and the top prize of a car went to Maura Comerford of Kilmanagh with the ticket sold by St Brigids Camogie Club. 2nd prize of €2500 Holiday went to Laura Dineen of Hugginstown the ticket sold by Carrickshock Club. 3rd prize of €600 voucher for Castlemartyr Resort was won by Alan Carroll of Templeorum the ticket sold by Piltown Club. The Club prize of €1000 went to Graignamanagh GAA Club. The next draw takes place on Tuesday 23rd June.
Kilkenny GAA would like to thank all those who purchased tickets and all the club volunteers who travelled the county to complete the sales exercise. Click on Read More below for full details.
Following Wexford's 8 point win(1-24 to 1-16) over Westmeath in the Leinster Senior Hurling Quarter-Final in Mullingar on Sunday the scene is now set for a mouth watering semi-final clash with Kilkenny in Nowlan Park in two weeks time on June 21st. The game will have a 2pm throw in. It will be a very busy couple of days on the inter-county front as the Minors play Laois in their semi-final in Nowlan Park on Saturday 20th and the under 21's play their semi-final v Carlow in Netwatch Cullen Park on Wednesday 24th. And we can also add our footballers into the mix as they will play either Warwickshire or Gloucestershire in the British Football championship semi-final on that same weekend.
Watch out for ticket arrangements for the Kilkenny v Wexford semi-final here in next day or so.
Draw 1 in this Years Hurlers Co-Op Draw takes place next Tuesday on June 9th. Club officials all over the county are now busy calling on supporters to participate in this major fund-raiser for both the club and the county. Tickets can also be purchased on-line with the proceeds going to the club of your choice. Simply click on the Members Co-Op Draw panel to the right of this home page to join in.
A special meeting of Kilkenny County Council was held on Thursday evening for the Dedication of the lands at the newly developed Training Centre in Dunmore to Kilkenny GAA. The special meeting was held at the MW Hire Training Centre in Dunmore. The meeting was Chaired by the Cathaoirleach of Kilkenny County Council, Councillor Pat Millea. The Council also presented special scrolls to the recently retired members of the 2014 senior panel.
Click HERE for images of the event from Willie Dempsey. Click on Read More below for further details of the event.