Kilkenny into the All-Ireland Hurling Final

Sun 3rd Jul Paul Fitzgerald

Kilkenny into the All-Ireland Hurling Final

Kilkenny have secured an All-Ireland final berth for 2022 following a 2-26 to 0-20 win over Clare in Croke Park on Saturday. Kilkenny started the brightest and following a commanding and at times determined performance ended the half with a Martin Keoghan goal to head down the tunnel fourteen points ahead.  The second half was a tighter affair but a Cian Kenny goal was critical to a Kilkenny win to ensure their opponents had little room for a recovery.

Croke Park beckons again for All-Ireland Final day, this time its a July date, Sunday July 17th to be exact.  There will be a quick turnaround for the team and management, we wish them well in their preparations.  This will be Brian Cody’s 17th All-Ireland Final during his tenure.    Details of events in the lead up to and around the All-Ireland final will be released in the coming days.    Please support these these events to ensure the Kilkenny senior hurling team is well prepared for the day.

Click here for match report courtesy of Robbert Cribbin, Kilkenny People.

Click here for pictures from the game courtesy of Willie Dempsey

 

 

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