The Rower-Inistioge GAA Club are opening their GAA Grounds and Complex in Inistioge on Sunday May 31st at 7pm with a with an Inter County Senior Hurling Game between Kilkenny and Limerick.
Both teams met in the 2014 All-Ireland semi-final and served up a most memorable game with Kilkenny shading it after a gripping contest that was made difficult by dreadful weather conditions.
Another close contest is envisaged on the banks of the river Nore on Sunday 31st as both teams continue their preparations for the upcoming Senior hurling Championship.
Dublin Supporters Golf 17th Annual Classic Friday 29th May at City West Golf Resort Saggart
€400 per team of 4. Contact John Nolan Chair Golf Committee 086 8439590
This is the main fundraiser for the Dublin Branch of the Supporters Club and we encourage any golfers and friends and family of our supporters in the capital to support this venture.
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A match has been arranged for the under 14 squad in St Kierans College on Sunday. All players to be there for 9.30. Click on read more below for panel and other info.
Have you ever fancied playing Mount Juliet Golf Course when it is in prime condition. Thomastown GAA Club are holding a fundraiser there on Saturday 23rd of May with the cost being a very reasonable €300 for team of four.
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Although Kilkenny will not enter the fray until the semi-final stage on June 21st the Leinster Championship Round Robin group is at a crucial stage following completion of two of the three rounds. The final round takes place this coming Sunday after which stage the remaining rounds will be much clearer. Westmeath are in pole position to qualify with full points following wins over Carlow and Antrim. Laois also have a win over Carlow but the concession of a last minute penalty in their game against Antrim may prove crucial. Laois entertain Westmeath in O Moore Park next Sunday and a win for them is critical if they wish to entertain any hopes of progressing. Carlow, who are pointless in the competition, welcome Antrim to Netwatch Cullen Park and a win for them and a Westmeath win would see three teams on two points behind Westmeath with scoring difference coming into play. Offaly await the group winners in one quarter-final while Wexford will meet the runners up. Dublin and Galway complete the quarter-final line-up with the winners here meeting the winners of the Offaly QF. Kilkenny meet the winners of the Wexford QF. Picture shows Kilkenny captain Joey Holden at the recent Leinster launch.