Bennettsbridge 1-20 Shamrocks (Offaly) 0-3
Bennettsbridge finished 2014 on a high when they captured the AIB Junior title with a comprehensive 1-20 to 0-3 win over Offaly champions Shamrocks. They now play the Connaught champions Annaghdown in the All Ireland Semi-Final on Sunday 25th January.
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Click HERE for images of the day from Tullamore courtesy Willie Dempsey
U-14/U-15 Exercise Technique Workshop
Venue : Wallslough Sports Arena ,
Date : Saturday 13th December 2014
What to wear/bring : Come Togged out with Runners and a bottle of water
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Ballyhale Shamrocks 0-21 Kilcormac Killoughey 1-14
Ballyhale had to draw on all their experience to see off a huge challenge from Offaly champions Kilcormac Killoughey at bitterly cold Portlaoise on Sunday.
Ballyhale now play the Galway champions in the All Ireland Semi-final in February. Gort and Portumna play in the Galway Final next weekend.
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Click HERE for images of the day from Martin Rowe
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Kilkenny players Richie Power, Tommy Walsh, David Herity, Lester Ryan, Richie Hogan, Padraig Walsh, Kieran Joyce, Jackie Tyrrell, Paul Murphy, Brian Kennedy and Cillian Buckley took to the Catwalk in Langtons on Wednesday night and provided a great night's entertainment for a very appreciative audience. Camogie stars Edwina Keane and Jacqui Frisby also participated along with some of the players partners. With Tracey Millea and Brendan Hennessy acting as comperes it all added up to a real fun night for those who were lucky enough to be present. The stores featured were all from MacDonagh Junction and Kilkenny GAA expresses its gratitude to them for their huge co-operation in the staging of this inaugural event. Click HERE for images of the event from Martin Rowe.
J J Delaney becomes the fifth player in recent weeks to announce his retirement from the Kilkenny Senior Panel. JJ joined the panel in 2001 and has 9 All Ireland Senior Medals. He also has 10 Leinster senior medals, 8 National Hurling League and 5 Walsh Cups. He has 7 All Stars including 2014 and was hurler of the year in 2003.
Kilkenny GAA wishes to thank JJ for his fantastic contribution to hurling in Kilkenny and further afield and wishes him all the best in his retirement.
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