There is only two weeks left for people to purchase their Hurlers Co-op draw for 2020. Tickets will €25 and that will include entry to two draws, a total of €53,000 of a prize fund which includes two cars.
Tickets will be available through clubs, online here and through usual outlets. The draws will take place on Tuesday September 29th and Tuesday October 13th.
Following Saturdays semi-final double bill in UPMC Nowlan Park, the finailists for the St Canice's Credit Union Senior hurling championship are known. Dicksboro and Shamrocks Ballyhale will face each other on Sept 27th in the decider. Dicksboro overcame O'Loughlin Gaels to reach the final while James Stephens tested Shamrocks with all they had, but ultimately it was not enough.
Also on Saturday the Kilkenny Honday Centre Minor 'C' decider took place in MW Hire TC and Tullaroan overcame Lisdowney on a scoreline of 2-18 to 1-14 while on Sunday Dicksboro claimed the Kilkenny Honda Centre 'A' title following a 0-19 to 1-5 win over Young Ireland's. The 'B' final was played on Sunday also at the MW Hire TC and it saw Dunnamaggin claim the title over Bennettsbridge, the final score 2-13 to 2-10.
In the relegation finals Graigue-Ballycallan overcame Danesfort, which means intermediate beckons for Danesfort next year, while in the intermediate Fenians were victorious over St Patricks, Ballyragget.
For match reports click here
For pictures from the Kilkenny Honda Centre Minor A click here (Willie Dempsey)
For pictures from the St Canices Credit Union S/F's click here (Willie Dempsey)
For pictures from the St Canices Credit Union S/F's click here (Martin Rowe)
A busy weekend of action lies ahead with the semi-finals of the St Canice's Credit Union championship down for decision. Dicksboro take on O'Loughlin Gaels at 3pm on Saturday in UPMC Nowlan Park, while Shamrocks take on James Stephens at 5pm. Both games will be live on RTE 2.
On Sunday both the senior and intermediate relegation finals are due to be played, Danesfort and Graigue Ballycallan face off at 2pm in John Locke Park, while St Patricks and the Fenians contest the Michael Lyng Motors intermediate relegation final in Canon Kearns Park at 3pm.
In the JJ Kavanagh & Sons junior championship its quarter final day on Sunday, there are some big contests down for decision. The draw for the semi-finals will take place on Sunday evening.
Once again we remind all our supporters than no spectators are allowed at these games. In line with government directives only 40 per club are allowed to attend, this is to include panel members, team management and key officials. We ask supporters to please follow games on local media, streaming services and local radio to keep up to date. Failure to adhere fully to these directives could lead to delays/cancelation of our games. We thank you in advance.
St Martins GAA Club will host 'Drive in Bingo' on Sunday Sept 13th, gates open at 5.30pm and the action gets under way at 6.30pm. There will be a total prize fund of €2500. For full details click below.
The results are in from a busy weekend of quarter final action and the resulting semi-finals drawn in the St Canice's Credit Union senior championship in UPMC Nowlan Park on Sunday evening sees Dicksboro take on O'Loughlin Gaels, while defending county and All-Ireland winners Shamrocks take on James Stephens.
In the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai intermediate championship St Lachtains drew Thomastown and Lisdowney will face Glenmore. While in the JJ Kavnagh & Sons junior championship quarter finals sees James Stephens take on Dicksboro, Piltown Vs Blacks & Whites, Tullogher Rosbercon Vs Emeralds and Mooncoin will face Conahy Shamrocks.
All fixtures will be posted online as soon as confirmed and the two St Canice's Credit Union semi-finals will be televised on RTE next Saturday at 3pm and 5pm respectively.
For match reports from this weekend click here
For pictures from this weekend click here