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Kilkenny v Galway - Ticket Information

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 at 10AM

Following 2 wins in the Leinster Round Robin Kilkenny head to Pearse Stadium Salthill this coming Sunday for the eagerly awaited Round 3 game with All Ireland Champions Galway. Throw In is at 4pm.

A Public Sale of Stand Tickets will take place in Nowlan Park on Wednesday and Thursday from 11am to 2pm - or until stocks run out.

Tickets cost €20 for adults and €5 for Under 16's. Refunds will be available for Pensioners and Students with relevant ID at designated stiles at Pearse Stadium.

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Celtic Challenge Vs Waterford

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 at 7AM

The Kilkenny U-17 Celtic Challenge panel that will face Waterford this Wednesday night in Walsh Park is listed below.   Click for full details and instructions.

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U-15 Development Squad

Monday, 21 May 2018 at 11AM

The Kilkenny U-15 development squad to take on Waterford on May 23rd in St Paul's GAA Club, Lisduggan, Waterford is listed below.   Please click for full details.

Please note venue change.

UPDATE:Due to low numbers there is no training this evening for the Black squad, an amber squad has been selected for the match Vs Waterford and all other members are off until after exams.

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Kilkenny Gaelic Football Development Squads

Monday, 21 May 2018 at 10AM

The Kilkenny gaelic football development squads continue preparations for the 2019 Leinster minor championship in Dunmore on Saturday morning. Players to be on the pitch at 10am. Must wear gumshields. This session follows two very good wins over Waterford Development Squads in Carriganore recently. Click below for panel details.

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Kilkenny claim Two Points

Sunday, 20 May 2018 at 7PM

Kilkenny have claimed another win in the Leinster Championship, making it two from two in the opening games of the season.  Today's victory saw Kilkenny overcome a resilient Offaly on a scoreline of 2-19 to 1-13.  Offaly led in the games opening stages, but Kilkenny moved ahead as half-time approached and finished the half six points ahead on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-7 at half-time.   After the restart Kilkenny played well for most of the half but a late surge from Offaly forced Kilkenny to work hard all the way to the final whistle eventually running out nine point winners.  Up next is Galway in Pearse stadium next Sunday at 4pm, this promises to be a hotly-contested affair for both sides. 

Click below for match report by John Knox (Kilkenny People)

Click here for photos (Credit: Willie Dempsey)

Click here for photos (Credt: Martin Rowe)

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