This coming Sunday February 7th promises to be another historic day for both Bennettsbridge and Glenmore as they compete for All Ireland glory in the AIB Intermediate and Junior Hurling Club Finals in Croke Park. First up will be Glenmore who take on Eoghan Rua from Derry in the Junior decider at 2pm. Then at 3.45 it will be the turn of Bennettsbridge who play Galway side Abbeyknockmoy in the Intermediate decider.
Tickets are now available at the usual Supermarket outlets costing €20 for adults and Juveniles €5. Students and Pensioners can obtain a €5 refund on full price tickets at designated stiles. Please note that Hogan Stand only will be open and it is unreserved seating ie "First Come First Served"
Kilkenny GAA wishes both clubs all the very best on Sunday.
With our first Allianz League game v Waterford now only 10 days away (Sun 14th February in Walsh Park) this week is the last opportunity to purchase GAA Season tickets for the coming season.
This Friday February 5th is the last day for purchase.
There are three options:
Adult Season Ticket: €99; Juvenile Season Ticket: €20; Kilkenny Club Plus Season Ticket: €200
Don't lose out on this great opportunity.
Saturday 30th January 2016 in St. Kieran’s College Gym/Hall
Contact Session with Exercise Teaching Points (*For Year 1 Players)
And Exercise Progression Session (*For Year 2 Players)
Players requested to come togged out with runners and bring a bottle of water.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your time slot.
Each session will be take one hour and thirty minutes to complete
Please click on Read More below for your time slot.
This evening we send our congratulations to both Bennettsbridge and Glenmore who both set up AIB All Ireland Club Final appearances with impressive semi-final wins over the weekend.
Bennettsbridge had a very impressive 0-15 to 0-8 win in very difficult conditions over Wolfe tones of Shannon in Banagher on Saturday. They now meet Abbeyknockmoy of Galway in the Final in 2 weeks time in Croke Park.
Then on Sunday a huge crowd turned up at the WIT Complex at Carriganore to see Glenmore run out convincing 3-10 to 1-11 winners over Dungourney of Cork. Two Alan Murphy goals in the first half proved decisive here and with the Cork side reduced to 14 men, Glenmore comfortably held out against a strong wind in the second half. They meet Eoghan Rua of Derry in the curtain raiser in Croke Park in 2 weeks time.
Watch out for ticket details here in the coming days.
Richie Power today announced his retirement from Inter County Hurling. Click on Read More below for full statement from Richie.
Ned Quinn, on behalf of Kilkenny GAA, thanked Richie for his tremendous contribution to Kilkenny hurling and wished him well for the future. Click on Read More below for full County Board statement.