This weekend in Nowlan Park supporters are promised a host of great club action at Senior, Intermediate and Junior action.
First up on Saturday at 2pm will be the replay of the Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Relegation Final Replay between Dunnamaggin and St Lachtains. This will be followed at 3.45pm by the eagerly awaited J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior Final between John Lockes and O'Loughlin Gaels.
Then on Sunday it is on to the St Canices Credit Union Senior Hurling Semi-finals. At 2pm Ballyhale Shamrocks take on James Stephens and this will be followed at 3.45 pm by the city derby between Dicksboro and reigning champions O'Loughlin Gaels.
Admission on Saturday will be €10 for adults and €5 for students and pensioners with cash taken on the stiles. On Sunday admission will be by ticket only which will be on sale at various locations around the Grounds. Adult tickets for the double header will cost €15 with students and pensioners paying €10. Under 16's are free on both days.
At this evening's County Committee Meeting in Nowlan Park D J Carey was ratified as under 21 Manager for 2018 in succession to Eddie Brennan.
His management team will be named at a later date.
See story from Kilkenny People Sport HERE
Castlefest, Kilkenny in association with Fenians GAA Club present 'The Blizzards', 'Little Hours' and 'Chasing Abbey' on Oct 28th 2017.
It takes place in Cilín Hill, tickets 30 Euro through Tickets.ie or your local Centra/SuperValu store. Please support.
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This coming Sunday Oct 8th Nowlan Park plays host to the Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Semi-Finals. First up will be Glenmore v Graigue Ballycallan with a 2pm throw in. This will be followed at 3.45pm by the meeting of Tullaroan and St Patricks.
Graigue Ballycallan had a two point victory over Glenmore when the sides met in Round 2 of the League back in May. Glenmore went on to contest the Shield Final while Graigue Ballycallan moved from 2nd last in table to this semi-final position. Tullaroan meanwhile have been very impreesive all year suffering just one defeat to Glenmore. They have been putting up big scores in their league campaign and their game with St Patricks, who have also been impreesive scorers, is surely one to whet the appetite.
The Intermediate Relegation Final between Dunnamaggin and St Lachtains goes ahead in Danesfort on Saturday at 2pm.