Kilkenny come up short in All-Ireland Final

Mon 18th Jul Paul Fitzgerald

Kilkenny come up short in All-Ireland Final

Kilkenny came up just short in the much anticipated All-Ireland Hurling final on Sunday with Limerick running out 2-26 to 1-31 winners.   Limerick’s first half performance was greatly aided by an early goal, that score proved crucial as Kilkenny found it hard to narrow the gap below three points.   When they did draw level on 61 min, another limerick brace meant Liam McCarthy was poised to remain Shannonside.

Click here for a full match report from Robbert Cribbin, Kilkenny People.

Click here for pictures from the day courtesy of Willie Dempsey.

The civic reception arrangements for the Kilkenny team have been announced by Kilkenny County Council.

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