Click on Read More below for under 14 and under 16B squad training sessions this week.
U15 development squad training on Wednesday(20th) in Thomastown at 6.30pm. The Kilkenny North U-15 hurling team travel to Clogheen to take on Cork on Sunday. Click on Read More below for details.
Although at this point in time we are unsure of our opponents in the All Ireland Final nevertheless plans are already in place to hold a number of pre final events to help defray the huge costs of bringing two teams to the All Ireland Finals.
First up will be the Gala Corporate Dinner in CILLÍN HILL on Saturday 23rd August. Both senior manager Brian Cody and minor manager Pat Hoban will speak. Our guest speaker will be Siobhán Talbot MD of our main sponsors Glanbia PLC. We are appealing, through the medium of our website, to indiduals/couples to be part of this very special pre All Ireland event, Banquet tickets cost €50 and can be booked by contacting Co Board Treasurer Barry Hickey at email@example.com
Under 14 Development Squad matches versus Cork, Sunday 17th August 2014. All players to be in James Stephens GAA Centre, Kells Road, at 9.45am. Kilkenny Togs and Socks. Any player with a problem please contact John Buggy 087 2299555 and 2nd squad Lar Mc Evoy 086-8100558.
Click on Read More below for teams plus panel for squad session on Saturday 16th - at St Kierans College. Also details of Under 16 Leinster Football Tournament Sat 16th August
Following the excitement of the All Ireland Semi-Final wins of last Sunday the focus moves back to the local club scene this weekend where some crucial matches will be played in the last round of games at senior, intermediate and local level. Also at last Monday's county board meeting the dates for the championship were announced.
Click on Read More below for synopsis of each competition, this weekend's games and those important championship dates.
We will have score updates on all the games via Twitter(@KilkennyCLG)
In some of the worst conditions every witnessed in the modern Croke Park both Kilkenny and Limerick gave their all in a gripping All Ireland Semi-Final before a 45,000 plus crowd on Sunday. Kilkenny came out on top in the end and the county can now look forward to another very special day on September 7th with both minors and seniors in quest of All Ireland glory.
Click HERE for images of the day, courtesy Willie Dempsey and Martin Rowe.
Click HERE for match report courtesy GAA.ie.