Click below for Fr Manning Cup match report from Seamus Norris and Bórd ná nÓg update from PRO Pado Flynnread more
As the Kilkenny team depart for New York and the Super 11's the home fires remain burning with Shamrocks Ballyhale taking on St Martin's of Wexford in the AIB Leinster Club SHC S/F on Saturday in UPMC Nowlan Park at 1.30pm. Admission will be €10 for Adults, €5 for OAP's/Students and U-16 Free.
In the AIB Leinster IHC S/F Tullaroan take on Naas at 1.30pm in Callan, while also at 1.30pm Conahy Shamrocks take on Conquish Gaels in Jenkinstown in the Junior S/F. We wish all teams the best of luck on Saturday.
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James Stephens are hosting a fundraising night on Friday, November 22nd in Hotel Kilkenny based on the TV show the Cube (Doors opening at 8pm). The fundraiser is a joint venture between James Stephens G.A.A. & Camogie clubs and our charity partner for the event is L’Arche Kilkenny.
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An U-15 / U-16 Develppment Squad session will take place in St.Kieran’s College at 10am on Sunday, November 17th for a development squad hurling session. Click below for a full list of those to attendread more
This Sunday in the Kilkenny Honda Centre Minor C Hurling Blacks & Whites and Kilmacow will contest the final in MW Hire Dunmore at 1.30pm. Click below for preview by Bórd na nÓg PRO Pado Flynn.read more
A special ceremony which ran alongside the GAA’s National Healthy Club Conference in Croke Park on October 5th, saw 84 GAA clubs recognised as official ‘Healthy Clubs’ on the island of Ireland. The day was about given recognition to the clubs and volunteers, by individually acknowledging the contribution that each GAA Healthy Club makes in bringing the vision for Healthy Ireland to life: where everyone can enjoy physical and mental health and wellbeing to their full potential.
Two Kilkenny GAA Clubs, Conahy Shamrocks and Thomastown can now proudly fly a flag above their grounds (endorsed by both Healthy Ireland and the Public Health Agency in NI), letting their members and communities know that they value health and wellbeing as much as leagues and championships.
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Click below for full details of all Coaching and Games updates including Award 1 Coaching Courses, Foundation Coaching Course and details of the 'Club Cill Chainnigh' Award.read more
Following a county board meeting on Tuesday night, Martin Comerford was ratified as a selector for the Kilkenny senior hurling team for 2020. Martin will join Brian Cody and his managment team and brings a wealth of experience as a former Kilkenny senior hurler, winning six All-Irelands in his time as player. Martin is a member of the O'Loughlin Gaels club in Kilkenny.read more
There will be a series of hurling sessions over the next 6 Sundays for U-15 and U-16 players startimng next Sunday morning, November 10th at 10.00am in St. Kieran’s College. Click below for a full list of players asked to attend.read more
Following Sunday's UPMC Nowlan Park double-header, Dicksboro are the Kilkenny Honda Centre 'A' Champions for 2019, while Young Irelands overcame St Martin's to claim the 'B' title. A repeat of the 2018 decider, the 'A' final was a chance for Dicksboro to claim revenge following their loss to Mooncoin last year and that is what they did, running out 0-18 to 0-6 winners. In the 'B' final Young Irelands ran out 3-7 to 2-6 winners over St Martins. For match reports from both games click below (John Knox, Kilkenny People). Click here for photos (Martin Rowe)
On Saturday both Tullaroan and Conahy Shamrocks claimed victory in their respective Junior and Intermediate AIB Leinster Club Quarter Finals. Tullaroan ran out 3-18 to 1-12 winners over Rosenallis while Conahy Shamrocks were victorious over Fingallians on a scoreline of 2-17 to 1-9. On Sunday Ballyhale Shamrocks made the drive to Mullingar to take on Clonkill in their quarter final and following a tasty contest they claimed the semi-final spot on a scoreline of 3-21 to 2-15. All three Kilkenny club teams now have Kilkenny venues for their Leinster S/F's to be played in a fortnights time. Full fixtures details to be confirmed.read more
Adrian Mullen was last night named as the PwC Young Player of the Year for 2019. At a star studded event at Dublin's Convention Centre the PwC Hurling All Stars for 2019 recieved their awards and the football All-Stars were named. The night also sees the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year named, TJ Reid was a runner up for the Player of the Year but it was his club mate Mullen who brought home the spoils on this occasion.read more