For a round-up of the some U-13, U-15 and U-17 games from the past week, click below. (Bord na nOg PRO Pado Flynn)
This Saturday UPMC Nowlan Park will host two JJ Kavanagh & Sons Junior S/F's with Piltown Vs Dicksboro throwing in at 1.15pm while Emeralds Vs Conahy Shamrocks at 4.45pm.
On Sunday UPMC Nowlan Park will host Glenmore Vs Lisdowney at 12.45pm while at 4.15pm St Lachtains will take on Thomastown in their respective Michael Lyng Hyundai Intermediate Championship S/F's.
All four games will be streamed and can be purchased for €6 per game or €10 for a day pass, programmes will also be available on the day of each game from the website.
Once again we remind all our supporters that only a limited number of spectators are allowed at these games. In line with GAA guidelines masks should be worn by supporters where possible while attending games, for supporters attending games in UPMC Nowlan Park please adhere to the 4 seat, 2 row advice on social distancing. Failure to adhere fully to these directives could lead to delays/cancelation of our games. We thank you in advance.
Graignamanagh GAA Club will host 'Drive in Bingo' on Saturday Sept 19th, gates open at 5pm and the action gets under way at 6pm. There will be a total prize fund of €2500. For full details click below.
There is only two weeks left for people to purchase their Hurlers Co-op draw for 2020. Tickets will €25 and that will include entry to two draws, a total of €53,000 of a prize fund which includes two cars.
Tickets will be available through clubs, online here and through usual outlets. The draws will take place on Tuesday September 29th and Tuesday October 13th.
Following Saturdays semi-final double bill in UPMC Nowlan Park, the finailists for the St Canice's Credit Union Senior hurling championship are known. Dicksboro and Shamrocks Ballyhale will face each other on Sept 27th in the decider. Dicksboro overcame O'Loughlin Gaels to reach the final while James Stephens tested Shamrocks with all they had, but ultimately it was not enough.
Also on Saturday the Kilkenny Honday Centre Minor 'C' decider took place in MW Hire TC and Tullaroan overcame Lisdowney on a scoreline of 2-18 to 1-14 while on Sunday Dicksboro claimed the Kilkenny Honda Centre 'A' title following a 0-19 to 1-5 win over Young Ireland's. The 'B' final was played on Sunday also at the MW Hire TC and it saw Dunnamaggin claim the title over Bennettsbridge, the final score 2-13 to 2-10.
In the relegation finals Graigue-Ballycallan overcame Danesfort, which means intermediate beckons for Danesfort next year, while in the intermediate Fenians were victorious over St Patricks, Ballyragget.
For match reports click here
For pictures from the Kilkenny Honda Centre Minor A click here (Willie Dempsey)
For pictures from the St Canices Credit Union S/F's click here (Willie Dempsey)
For pictures from the St Canices Credit Union S/F's click here (Martin Rowe)