The GAA have announced ticket details for the Allianz League Final between Kilkenny and Tipperary and for the Littlewoods Camogie League Final where Kilkenny take on Cork. The Camogie final will have a throw-in of 1.30pm and the Hurling decider will have a throw in of 3.30pm. Tickets are now on sale on gaa.ie and through the usual Centra/Supervalu outlets. Pre-purchase tickets are Adults €25, Match Day tickets - Adults €30, Students/OAPS € 25 and Juveniles/U16's €5.
Seating is unreserved, but stand specific. Season ticket holders will be accommodated in Ardán de Grás, off Hebron Road (Stile No's 12-17).
The GAA have this evening (Saturday) announced that both Ardán Breathnach and Ardán de Grás are sold out and just a handful of tickets are still on sale for Ardán Ó Cearbhaill. Terrace tickets are now on sale, Adults €20, Juvenile €5. Any remaining tickets will be on sale tomorrow at Nowlan Park. from 12.45pm.
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St Kieran's College claimed their 22nd College's title on Saturday evening in Semple Stadium. St Kieran's had a strong first half performance taking a ten point lead in at the break. Athenry however led a strong fightback in the final quarter forcing extra-time. Following two ten minute periods of extra-time, St Kieran's won out by nine points. The win now moves the famed City nursery eight titles clear of their nearest rival, St. Flannan's College, Ennis.
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St Lachtain's GAA Club will host an Easter GAA Camp from Tuesday April 3rd to Friday April 6th. The camp will run from 10am - 2pm each day. Click below for more details.
Each year the Kilkenny Yearbook Committee collates all club fixtures, match regulations, club and county board contacts into the Kilkenny GAA Fixtures Handbook. This invalubale resource is available online under the 'Resources' tab on the top right of this home page. A hard copy version had been distributed to all clubs via their county board reps. This is an incredible resource for all GAA volunteers at both administrative and coaching level within the county.
The death has occurred of Monsignor Edward “Ned” Kavanagh in Sacramento. Edward is the Last surviving member of Kilkenny 1947 All Ireland Senior Hurling team that beat Cork in the Final when he went in as a sub at centre-back. The win was the sole McCarthy Cup victory in the famine that lasted from the 1939 win over Cork to the 1957 win over Waterford. Click for full details.