Kilkenny take on Munster Champions Limerick in this year's Bord Gais Energy All Ireland under 21 Hurling Final in Semple Stadium this Saturday. Limerick have been very impressive in all their outings with high scoring wins over Tipperary, Clare, Cork and Galway on route to the final. Kilkenny had wins over Dublin, Westmeath, Wexford and Derry. It is Kilkenny's first appearance in a final since 2012.
Throw in on Saturday is 3pm and the game is preceded by the B Final between Kerry and Wicklow. The game will be live on TG4 and KCLR 96FM will have live radio commentary, We will also be providing score updates on our Twitter account @KilkennyCLG.
Click on Read More below for team which has just been announced.
The Kilkenny Camogie Seniors will attempt to put back to back All Ireland titles together when they play Cork in the Liberty Insurance Final this Sunday in Croke Park at 4pm.
Ahead of the Final a Fund Raising Radio Quiz takes place this Thursday night and we encourage all our supporters around the county to get involved at a venue near you.
A combined ticket covering the Under 21 Final on Saturday and the Camogie Final on Sunday continues to be available for just €35 at the usual Supermarket outlets.
Kilkenny GAA wishes the very best of luck to the team on Sunday.
Supporters attending the game are invited to call to The Academy Hotel as KCLR will be doing a live broadcast from 12 noon to 2pm
Due to a bereavement in Danesfort Parish the St Canices Credit Union Byrne Cup Final between Clara and Mullinavat, scheduled for Danesfort tonight Monday 4the Sept, will now go ahead at the MW Hire Training Centre Dunmore at 8pm
This Saturday in Nowlan Park the finals of the J J Kavanagh and Sons Junior A and B competitions take place. First up will be the B decider between Galmoy and John Lockes at 4.15pm. This will be followed at 6pm by the A decider between Mooncoin and St Patricks.
Please note that admission will be to Ardan Breathnach only with entry via stiles no 33 - 36 on O'Loughlin Road. A special programme has been produced.
Click on Read More below for team pic from the programme.
Although no Kilkenny team will be competing for All Ireland honours in Croke Park this Sunday, there will still be a huge Kilkenny interest in this very special day. The Kilkenny winning teams of 1992 and 1993 will be honoured and introduced to the full house after the minor game. Click on Read More below for pictures of both teams.
And we wish the very best of luck to Sean Cleere, pictured left, who will referee the Electric Ireland Minor Final between Cork and Galway.