U-14's Kilkenny Football Development Squad session will take place this Wednesday 31st October, in MW Hire TC Dunmore at 3.00pm
Multi All-Ireland medal winner with Dublin and former Footballer of the year Paul Flynn (Dublin) will take this session.
This session is open for all players born in 2004 and 2005.
New players are very welcome and clubs are encouraged to send in their best players. Players are asked to be on the pitch for 2 30pm.
Sundays' double header in Nowlan Park is almost upon us in what promises to be the biggest day of the year for Kilkenny GAA. The Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate Final between Tullaroan and near neighbours Graigue-Ballycallan will have a throw-in time of 1pm. This promises to be a hugly exciting and entertaining game to start the day on Sunday.
The St Canice's Credit Union Senior Final has a throw-in time of 3pm and this eagerly awaited final between Ballyhale and Bennettsbridge promises to be one of the games of the year. Both sides have more than a sprinkling of youth, with lots of talent to entertain.
Admission to Nowlan Park will be Adults €15, All OAP's and Students €10, U-16 Free.
Car parking will be available in O'Loughlin Gaels, County Hall with access off Maudlin Street, and McDonagh Junction Shopping Centre.
The weekend of activity will kick-off on Friday night with the annual 'Up for the Match' event taking place in Langton's Bar 67, just off John Street. The event will kick off just after 6pm and will be live on radio from 6.30pm til 8pm. All supporters are welcome to attend for what will be a fun filled evening.
Ballyhale Shamrock's last ditch effort in Sunday's senior semi-final was just enough to deny Erin's Own a spot in the final and it set up a date next Sunday in Nowlan Park with Bennettsbridge in the senior final. The Senior Final will have a throw-in time of 3pm and will be preceeded by the Michael Lyng Motors Hynudai Intermediate Final which sees Tullaroan face near neighbours and rivals Graigue-Ballycallan at 1pm. Both contests will be hotly contested and no team will give an inch. Tickets for the games will go on sale on Monday in the usual Centra and Supervalu outlets, Admission is Adults €15, all OAP's and Students €10.
Kilkenny County Board in association with KCLR will host 'Up for the Match' in Bar 67, Langtons, John Street Kilkenny on Friday evening Oct 26th. The event will start at 6pm and will be live on air from 6.30pm to 8pm. Both Senior and Intermediate finalist clubs have been informed and their is an open invitation on the night for club members and supporters to kick off the 'Finals' weekend previewing the game and chatting to near and dear rivals. All welcome.
Click here for photos from the Ballyhale Shamrocks Vs Erin's Own Semi-Final (Credit; Willie Dempsey)
Dunnamaggin claimed the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior Championship with a five point win over Piltown in Nowlan Park on Sunday. Dunnamaggin started the stronger and held a commanding lead early in the first half but Piltown clawed their way back into the game, in the end it wasn’t enough and Dunnamaggin will compete in the Intermediate grade in 2019.
Click below for full match report,(Kilkenny People -John Knox).
Click here for photos from the final,(Credit; Willie Dempsey)
St Canice's Credit Union Senior Hurling Final
Bennettsbridge have claimed the first spot in the 2018 senior final thanks to a five point win over Clara in Nowlan Park on Sunday. The second berth will be filled on Sunday next (Oct 21st) when Erin's Own fresh from their win over James Stephens on Saturday face Ballyhale Shamrocks, that game has a throw-in time of 3-45pm in Nowlan Park. The senior final will be played on Sunday Oct 28th at 3pm.
Tickets for the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior Final and the St Canice’s Credit Union S/F on Sunday next are on sale now at all usual Centra and Supervalu outlets.
Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate Hurling Final
Graigue-Ballycallan and their near neighbours Tullaroan will face off in the intermediate final which is also fixed for Nowlan Park on Oct 28th, throw-in time 1pm. Graigue-Ballycallan overcame Tullogher Rosbercon on Saturday in Nowlan Park by three points, the scoreboard reading 0-14 to 0-11 at the full time whistle. Sunday saw Tullaroan overcome St Lachtain's, in a game that ebbed and flowed for long periods, Tullaroan eventually did enough to claim the second intermediate spot despite conceding a penatly in the final quarter which St Lachtain's couldn't capitalise on.
JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior Final
Piltown and Dunnamaggin will contest the junior final on Sunday next at 1-45pm in Nowlan Park. Both teams will be pulling out all the stops between now and next Sunday to secure the right the play in the Intermediate grade next year.
Click here for photo's from Tullaroan Vs St Lachtain's (Willie Dempsey)
Click here for photo's from Clara Vs Bennettsbridge (Willie Dempsey)