This weekend sees a full schedule of St Canice's Credit Union Senior Hurling action and Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate hurling, along with a large number of Junior hurling games across all grades. The results from this weekends games will determine, league and shield finalists and the pairings for the first round of the championships.
We again appeal to supporters to please only attend games if they have a vaild ticket from their club and to please follow allow HSE and public health guidlines around social distancing.
Four games will be stremed this weekend and to access these games click here. Each game costs €6, with a day pass for Saturday costing €10 for both games on the day.
Ahead of the restart of club games UPMC, the Nowlan Park stadium sponsor made a generous donation of 'safety officers' bibs to all clubs across the county. The bibs are intended to aid clubs and their officers ensure HSE and Public Health guidelines are implemented in this COVID-era. Pictured at the handover of the bibs to Clubs, are several senior hurlers, club representative, county board officals and UPMC representatives.
As the weekend draws to a close, its a perfect time to reflect on some great games this weekend. This years competitions may have a shorter format but the drama and the excitment is not diminished in any way. The third and final rounds of the St Canice's senior hurling league, the Michael Lyng Hyundai intermediate hurling league and the JJ Kavanagh & Sons junior hurling league will take place next weekend, with league and shield final spots up for grabs along with the placings into the championship down for decision also. For all this weekends results click here.
For pictures form this weekends games click here (Willie Dempsey)
For match reports from this weekend click here (Kilkenny People)
On the 23rd of September, the GAA invites all clubs to open their doors to the wider community and support its first GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day. The event falls during the European Week of Sport (23rd – 30th September) and aims to promote sport and physical activity to everyone regardless of age, ability, ethnicity, nationality, or fitness level.
Click below for more details.
For a round-up of Minor hurling action from the past week, click below. (Bord na nOg PRO Pado Flynn)