Kilkenny’s Tommy Walsh with some fans from Thomastown after the Walsh Cup Final in Croke Park. Hats off to the Thomastown Club for organising a bus to the final supporting their club man Jonjo Farrell.
Kilkenny continued their early season good form by defeating Dublin 0-24 to 1-17 in the Bord na Móna Walsh Cup Final in Croke Park on Saturday evening. Fielding only 4/5 “Regulars” in the starting line-up this was another opportunity for the management team to have a look at the wider Kilkenny panel and they must be well pleased after the three game Walsh Cup campaign. The senior team now has a break of two weeks with the Interpros and the Intermediate Club Final involving The Rower Inistioge taking pride of place next weekend. B ut all Kilkenny supporters are now looking forward to the Allianz Hurling League and in particular the first two fixtures – February 16th away to Clare and February 23rd home to Tipperary. For brief match report on Waslh Cup Final, courtesy Marie Crowe of Independent.ie, click HEREBy Mary Morgan Sun 2nd Feb