Kilkenny Honda Centre U-17 Hurling League
Galmoy/Windgap 1-11 Young Irelands 2-2
April 2nd 2018
The Galmoy/Windgap U-17 hurlers made a winning start to their 2018 campaign with a good victory over Young Irelands Gowran at a very foggy Windgap on Easter Monday morning April 2nd. After making a good start, Galmoy/Windgap lead 0-7 to 0-1 at the interval, the Gowran point coming from a Jason Brennan free in the 29th minute. With the pitch proving very soft, good hurling was not always possible but Galmoy/Windgap kept up their dominance, and when Mark McCoy hit their goal they were always going to win, as they restricted Young Irelands to just one score from play. The next outing for these sides will be on Wednesday April 11th.
J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior /League Championship
Galmoy 1-14 Blacks & Whites 1-11
April 2nd 2018
On a hard day for hurling, Galmoy prevailed over Blacks & Whites in Skeoughvosteen on Easter Monday April 2nd in the first round of the J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior hurling league. Conditions were tough for both sides and a pre match shower was no help on a heavily sodden pitch. Nevertheless,both sides strove manfully to play constructive hurling, with the visitors leading all the way and withstanding a late Blacks & Whites fightback.
Kilkenny Halt losing run against Wexford and charge into League Quarter-Finals (John Knox, Kilkenny People)
Kilkenny SHC final: Brilliant 'Boro best in goal scoring feast
DICKSBORO 4-15, JAMES STEPHENS 4-10
John Knox 29 Oct 2017
Unbeaten Dicksboro ran up their tenth successive win of the season in thrilling fashion when roaring to victory in a high scoring Kilkenny senior hurling championship final at Nowlan Park today.
After a goal scoring feast in the first half when the teams shared equally in six goals and both 'keepers brought off terrific saves, the action eased somewhat afterwards as Dicksboro maintained their grip on things before claiming their fifth championship success.
Tullaroan 1-17, Fenians 2-5
Another example of hard work and a team playing for each other helped Tullaroan earn some North Kilkenny bragging rights and move clear at the top of their intermediate hurling league group.
Scoring bursts at just the right time paid off as they beat an out-of-sorts Fenians (Johnstown) at a windy Urlingford on Friday evening.