Kilkenny 1-26 Galway 0-22
An impressive second half display in Croke Park on Sunday saw Kilkenny qualify for the All Ireland Semi-Final when they accounted for Galway by a margin of 7 points. In a game remarkably similar to last year's All Ireland Final Kilkenny were three points adrift at the break. The introduction of subs Richie Hogan and John Power had an immediate impact and Kilkenny ran out impressive winners in the end. Kilkenny play their semi-final on Sunday 7th August
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Click HERE for images of the day from Willie Dempsey
Click HERE for images of the day from Martin Rowe
The Kilkenny Under 14 Football Development Squad travelled to Longford on Saturday to participate in a Cross Provincial Blitz involving teams from Longford and Leitrim. The squad performed extremely well and rounded off the day with a 6-13 to 2-10 win over the Longford team. One of the most pleasing aspects of the tournament was that 11 different players contributed to the scoring over the two games.
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Brian Cody and his selectors have named an unchanged team, from that which started in the semi-final win over Dublin, for next Sunday's Leinster Final against Galway. Richie Hogan, who was unavailable the last day, is listed among the substitutes. There are a number of positional changes, notably Michael Fennelly's return to his customary mid-field spot with Lester Ryan wearing the No 12 shirt.
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This weekend, the Kilkenny under 14 Football Squad, take part in a football tournament in Longford involving teams from Longford, Leitrim and Kilkenny.
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Barrow Rangers 1-16 Naomh Eoin 3-9.
Barrow Rangers captured the J J Kavanagh & Sons Junior All County League Title with an exciting one point win over Carlow's Naomh Eoin last evening. The winners seemed to be in a commanding position in the first half but a Myshall goal just on half time left just 4 points between the sides (1-9 to 1-5). A second Naomh Eoin goal three minutes into the second haf narrowed the lead to just 2 points and 10 minutes in Naomh Eoin's third goal saw them in front by 2. With five minutes to go the sides were level but a Ciaran Doyle point from a 65 two minutes from time was enough to see the Paulstown men over the line.
Picture shows Barrow Rangers captain John Kelly accepting the trophy from County Board Vice Chairman Conor Denieffe.
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