Graignamanagh GAA Club are having the Official Pitch Opening of Dr. Tierney Park on Bank Holiday Monday June 4th at 2.30pm followed by a challenge match between Kilkenny U-21 and Waterford U-21 at 3pm. It will serve as ideal preparation for both panels with their respective Championship openers on June 20th. County Board Chairperson Jimmy Walsh is officially opening the pitch and it promises to be a great occasion with many invited guests from past and present expected on the day. Graignamanagh on a hopefully warm Bank Holiday Monday is one of the most idyllic spots in the County and with a large crowd expected, we would advise all travelling to arrive early. Admission €10 with U16s Free which also includes complimentary Match Programme, Teas, Coffee & Snacks.
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Kilkenny GAA Supporters at home and abroad should be aware that a number of online options are available regarding Hurlers Co-op Draw Tickets, Kilkenny GAA Weekly Lotto, Kilkenny Supporters Club Membership and GAAGo Access if you wish to see a match abroad. Match tickets for Kilkenny's Leinster Championship games can also be purchased online. Follow the links below and stay in touch with home no matter what.
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Blacks and Whites GAA Club will host 'Cooper Helmet Day' in Gowran Park Racecourse on Monday June 4th. This is a world record attempt to get as many people as possible to wear helmets in one location. Entry to Gowran Park is €10 pre-purchase and €15 on the day, U-16 Free. There will be horse racing, music, BBQ and lots more on the day. Please support, for full details click below.
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Click on Read More below for important message re Match Day Traffic. Key message is to arrive early!
This game on Sunday will result in increased traffic in the Galway, Salthill and Pearse Stadium areas and we urge all Supporters to arrive early, in order to avoid traffic congestion and potential delays entering the Stadium.