Kilkenny GAA Coaching and Games currenty have some intern opportunities available for suitable candidates.
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Over the next few weeks several of our clubs have major fund-raisers. Kilkenny GAA wishes all the clubs the very best with these ventures and urges all club members to support the events.
First up will be The Fenians on Sat 28th Oct when they present Castlefest at The Hub in Cillin Hill. On the following night, Oct 29th, St Patricks will present The Two Johnnies at Hotel Kilkenny. On the Bank Holiday Monday Oct 30th Clara GAA will have a tractor and truck run. Then on Sat 4th Nov James Stephens will have a Lip Sync Battle at Lyrath Estate.
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In unprecedented booking Mooncoin GAA's "High Kings" Concert sold out withing 48 hours of the booking opening. Well done to the club on this great achievement and they can now look foreward to a very special occasion in Mooncoin on Dec 8th.
Mooncoin GAA would like to thank all those who booked tickets over the last few days.
In the meantime we trust that all the other club events will receive similar support over the coming weeks.
In a game that ebbed and flowed John Lockes just edged it in the end with an injury time winning point over a game O'Loughlin Gaels side in the J J Kavanagh and Sons Junior County Final played in ideal conditions in Nowlan Park on Saturday.
Picture shows the trophy being presented to the winning captain Eoin Mc Grath by Paul Kavanagh on behalf of sponsors J J Kavanagh and Sons with County Board Chairman Ned Quinn.
John Lockes will be away in the AIB Leinster Club Junior Championship quarter-final next Saturday against Meath Intermediate champions Navan O'Mahony's. The Meath side had a 7-18 to 3-6 win in the Leinster first round at the weekend.
Click HERE for brief match report from John Knox of Kilkenny People Sports.
Click HERE for images of the game from Willie Dempsey.
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Dicksboro under 14's made it a clean sweep of titles when they proved too strong for Thomastown in the Duggan Steel Under 14A Hurling Final played on Saturday (4-23 to 1-5). The hurling title, added to the Football Championship and National Feile title won earlier, makes it a memorable year for the Boro youngsters.
Picture shows Bord na nÓg Chairman John Byrne presenting the trophy to Dicksboro captain Charlie Nolan.
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