A special meeting of Kilkenny County Council was held on Thursday evening for the Dedication of the lands at the newly developed Training Centre in Dunmore to Kilkenny GAA. The special meeting was held at the MW Hire Training Centre in Dunmore. The meeting was Chaired by the Cathaoirleach of Kilkenny County Council, Councillor Pat Millea. The Council also presented special scrolls to the recently retired members of the 2014 senior panel.
Click HERE for images of the event from Willie Dempsey. Click on Read More below for further details of the event.
Sunday evening's Kilkenny v Limerick challenge game to mark the opening of The Rower inistioge's great facility in Inistioge was a fantastic success. A huge crowd turned out and they were rewarded with a very impressive display from Kilkenny.
Click HERE for match report from Trevor Spillane for the Irish Examiner
Click HERE for images of the evening courtesy Willie Dempsey
Click on Read More below for Kilkenny and Limerick team pics.
Kilkenny 4-14 Gloucestershire 2-5
The Kilkenny Footballers got off to a great start in this year's British Junior Football Championship with an impressive win over Gloucestershire in Nowlan Park on Saturday. They now play Lancashire in round 2 in Old Bedians Manchester this coming Saturday with a 6pm throw in. Lancashire had a 2-10 to 1-7 win over Hertfordshire at the weekend.
Click on Read More below for more pics courtesy Willie Dempsey including team line-outs from programme
This week the under 14's - all squads - Central, North and South - will meet at the MW Hire Training Centre at Dunmore at 6.30pm. All panel members to attend.
Kilkenny embark on their Under 21 Bord Gáis Energy Leinster Championship campaign with a difficult quarter-final tie versus Dublin in Parnell Park on Tuesday evening 7.30pm. The Kilkenny team has been announced this evening. Click on Read More below for details.
Carlow await the winners of the Dublin/Kilkenny tie in one semi-final with Wexford playing Offaly in the other. The under 21 grade has been disappointing for Kilkenny over the past two years particularly last year when they failed to Wexford in Nowlan Park in their first game.
Kilkenny GAA wishes team manager Brian Ryan and his team all the best for 2015.