As GAA activity returns this week we ask our players and supporters to continue to follow all HSE and Public Health guidelines. The limit on attendance at games is 200 people, including players, mentors, stewards, physios etc. All adults and Juveniles must also have a ticket. We ask all supporters to please practice social distancing while attending games. For all Senior, Intermediate and Junior games, tickets will be issued to each club and only those in possession of a ticket should attend, no walk-ups allowed.
Kilkenny GAA has an agreeement in place to stream a select number of games for supporters and further details on this will be posted here during the coming week. The situation regarding games and arrangements for the games continues to be fluid, all relevant information will be posted on the website or through social media. We wish everbody a safe and enjoyable return to games. Click below to view guidelines for supporters attending games.
The GAA in conjunction with the NHSC have issued guidelines for spectators ahead of the return to games in the coming weeks. It is importamt that all members of the GAA community make themselves aware of the guidelines. Click below for further details.
Please click below to read a statement issued by James Stephens GAA Club.
The draws for the St Canice's Credit Union Senior league, the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate league and the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior Competitions along with the Iverk Produce Junior 'C' Championship and the County Style Junior 'D' Championship were held in UPMC Nowlan Park on Saturday.
For the full list of groups click below.
The draw for the Leinster Hurling Championship was held on Friday evening on RTE and it sees Kilkenny play the winners of Laois/Dublin and Galway play Wexford in the Leinster S/F's. Those games are fixed for the first weekend in November.
To view the GAA fixtures masterplan for 2020 click here.