Cork County Board have been in touch with us urging supporters travelling to the game in Pairc Ui Rinn to purchase tickets before travelling. Not alone will you save €5 but you will avoid potential delays at the Ground on Saturday night. There is a real concern that supporters may try to watch the Ireland v France six nations rugby game on tv which is due to finish shortly before throw in time. Tickets are on sale at the usual Supervalu and Centra stores in Kilkenny city and county. Students and Pensioners are also encouraged to purchase €10 tickets in advance. Please note cash will not be accepted at the turnstiles. Discount applies to all adult tickets purchased before midnight on Friday,
Meanwhile we can advise that the Kilkenny team will be announced here on Thursday evening.
Kilkenny GAA Development Squads Committee are continuing with their "Youth Player Development" sessions on Thursday 19th February in Nowlan Park under the direction of Séan Kelly.
This final contact session during Mid-Term , where all the players will be re-assessed on the Exercises , which have being demonstrated over the past three months. PLAYERS MAKE SURE TO PRACTICE THOSE - Clips are live on the dedicated Squad Pages , of which, you have the password. This Re-Assessment will inform the Squads Committee as to the benefits which a player can achieve when the programme, as outlined, is followed.
Players, please click on Read More below for your time slot and as usual, please be on time.
Bennettsbridge are all set for their Croke Park appearance. They take on Fullen Gaels in the AIB Junior Final with a 2pm throw in on Sunday.
The Hogan Stand only will be open for this fixture with tickets costing €20 - adults; €10 - Students & Pensioners and Under 16's €5. Seating is Unreserved i.e. "First Come First Served".
Tickets are on sale at the usual Supervalu and Centra outlets and supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets before travelling.
Kilkenny GAA wishes all in the Bridge the very best on this great occasion for the club.
Kilkenny's eagerly awaited start to the 2015 season gets underway in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday evening at 7pm when they take on Cork in the first round of the Allianz Hurling League. Given the five high profile retirements over the winter months and the absence of the Ballyhale contingent, Brian Cody's first selection is sure to provoke some interesting debate among hurling followers this week. Watch out for team announcement here later in the week.
Admission to Saturday's game is by ticket only with adult tickets costing just €10 if purchased before midnight on Friday. Tickets at the Ground on Saturday evening will cost €15. Student and Pensioner tickets will cost €10. Under 16's are free of charge. Tickets are on sale at the usual Supervalu and Centra Outlets and supporters are encouraged to purchase tickets before you travel. Click HERE for directions to Pairc Ui Rinn.
Click HERE for February Club Newsletter from GAA Communications Department.
Topics include Allianz Leagues, Season Tickets, Congress 2015, Players Injury Registration, Health and Wellbeing Conference, Kellogs Cul Camps, Defibrillators and Special Club Offers for Croke Park Tours