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Intermediates in All Ireland Final This Sunday

By Mary Morgan Thu 20th Jul


All-Ireland Hurling Quarter Final
Waterford v Wexford
Throw In: 4.00pm

Intermediate Hurling Final 2pm
Cork v Kilkenny
Ticket Information

Adult Pre-Purchase: €30.00 Adult Match-Day: €35.00
Juveniles/U-16’s: €5.00
Student/Senior: €30.00 (No on the day concessions)

Adult: €20.00
Juvenile: €5.00

Pre-Purchase Pricing ends on midnight July 22. 


Hurling Matches at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday 23/07/2017 – Garda Message
All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship FinalCork -v- Kilkenny All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-FinalWexford -v- Waterford 
These matches begin at 2pm and 4pm respectively and large crowds are expected. As the majority of Wexford, Waterford and Kilkenny supporters will approach Cork on the N25 through Dungarvan, Youghal, Killeagh, Castlemartyr and Lakeview Roundabout in Midleton, traffic congestion is expected. There are other events also on on Sunday (Imokilly Mini Stage Rally in Midleton and the Munster Fleadh Cheoil in Cork City) which will also affect match traffic so, in order to make your experience a good one, it is advisable to:
1. Leave early and give yourself enough time to get to your destination
2. Stay on the main routes – N25 / M8 / N72 as these will get priority from Gardaí on point duty
3. Obey Road Signage and directions of Gardaí and Stewards
4. Utilise the Rail Service from Midleton, Carrigtwohill, Glounthaune and Little Island Irish Rail Stations where parking is free. Buses will run from Kent Rail station in Cork City to Páirc Uí Chaoimh
5. Ensure that you do not leave property on display in your parked car A detailed Traffic Operation will be in place for traffic travelling on the N25 from Youghal to the Jack Lynch Tunnel. To assist with traffic flow, match traffic should remain on the main routes where it will receive priority. After the matches, supporters should be mindful of significant traffic volumes leaving the venue and travelling onto the N25 in particular. We ask all patrons to patient and we will work with you to ensure your safe and timely return home. For more information on arrangements in Cork City, see: Monitor our local Facebook page for updates:íochána-Cork-Kerry-Limeric…/ Twitter:



All Ireland Hurling Quarter Finals Pairc Ui Chaoimh

Saturday and Sunday July 22nd/23rd

We extend a warm welcome to all supporters attending Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend. Our advice to all regardless of where you are travelling from is to arrive early and to park and ride or walk to the stadium. 

Please note there will be severe restrictions on parking anywhere near the stadium and vehicular access will be extremely limited. However, there is ample parking available in the city centre with regular shuttle bus services to Páirc Uí Chaoimh.  

In addition to on street parking, Q-Park are offering discounted Match Day parking at a fixed rate of €5 for Páirc Uí Chaoimh Customers.  This offer will run from 10am to 8pm each match day and applies to City Hall and Carroll’s Quay car parks only.  To avail of this offer, see the following links or go directly to   Tickets must be booked before midnight prior to the day of the match.


Q-Park Booking


Q-Park City Hall 


Q-Park Carroll’s Quay 


For information on opening hours, location maps and services- check out: 


Public Transport


Supporters outside Cork intending to travel by bus can avail of express Bus Eireann services from Clare, Tipperary, Wexford and Waterford. 

Saturday July 22nd

  • Buses will depart Cashel Main Street, The Bakehouse every two hours from 10:05 with last return journey at 18:00 from Cork Bus Station
  • Buses will depart Cahir from Castle Street Tourist Office every two hours from 10:25 with last return journey at 18:00 from Cork Bus Station
  • Buses will depart from Ennis Bus Station every hour from 08:20 with the last return journey at 18:25 from Cork Bus Station

Sunday July 23rd

  • Buses will depart from Waterford Bus Station every hour from 09:00 with the last return journey at 20:40 from Cork Bus Station
  • Buses will depart Dungarvan every hour Davitts Quay from 09:50 with the last return journey at 20:40 from Cork Bus Station

On arrival in Cork the Route 202 service operates every 20 minutes to Pairc Ui Chaoimh from Merchants Quay adjacent to the Bus Station.

Supporters arriving by train to Kent Station, can avail of a bus service from 13.30hrs – which will serve Parnell Place Bus Station en-route to Páirc Uí Chaoimh (Ballintemple) for the game on each day.

The Return services will also operate from Ballintemple (Route # 202), with a connection at Parnell Place for Kent Station (Route # 205 and Route # 226).

The Return Fare will be €2.20 per adult with half fare for children under 16 years of age.


Kilkenny Intermediate Team to play Cork in All Ireland Final

  1. David Aylward                                  Glenmore
  2. Niall Doherty                                     Galmoy
  3. Ger Teehan                                        Graigue Ballycallan
  4. David Prendergast                            Thomastown
  5. Barry Whelan                                    Thomastown
  6. Cormac Fleming                                Mooncoin
  7. John Cahill                                        Carrickshock
  8. J.P. Treacy                                         Young Irelands
  9. Martin Keoghan                                Tullaroan
  10. Paul Holden                                       Young Irelands
  11. Darragh Brennan (Capt.)                 Carrickshock
  12. Edmond Delaney                               Conahy Shamrocks
  13. Sean Carey                                        Young Irelands
  14. Martin Power                                    Piltown
  15. Robbie Donnelly                                Thomastown


  1. Darragh Phelan                                 Emeralds
  2. Eamonn Egan                                    Graigue Ballycallan
  3. Victor Costello                                   Dunnamaggin
  4. James Power                                      John Lockes
  5. Colum Prendiville                             Graigue Ballycallan
  6. Liam Hickey                                      St. Lachtains
  7. Tom Phelan                                       Conahy Shamrocks
  8. DamienWalsh                                    Carrickshock
  9. Niall Walsh                                        Windgap



Eoin Moriarty – Emeralds.

Simon Rafter – St. Lachtains.

Criomthann Bergin – St. Lachtains.

Sean O’Dwyer – Graigue Ballycallan.

Tony Delaney – John Lockes.

James Grace – Carrickshock.

Kevin Brophy – Piltown.

Jack McDowell – John Lockes.



–          Anthony McCormack – Dunnamaggin.

–          Nigel Skehan – O’Loughlin Gaels.

–          Pat Dwyer – Carrickshock.

–          Dave O’Neill – Graigue Ballycallan.

–          John Brennan – Thomastown.

–          Declan Gahan – Kilmacow.


By Mary Morgan Thu 20th Jul

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