The Kilkenny Poc Fada takes place at Gowran Park Racecourse on Monday evening next June 19th. THe Under 16 competition gets underway at 6pm with the adults starting at 7.30. A large entry has already been received by Development Officer Val Malone but we are still open to further entries. These should be emailed to Developmentofficer.firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Entrants are reminded to wear their club colours and to bring another club member to act as scorekeeper. Click on Read More below for Rules.
Kilkenny Amber bowed out of this year’s Celtic challenge at the quarter final stage, losing narrowly to South Tipperary on a score line of 1-16 to 2-12 at the weekend. Many thanks to all panel members for the dedication to the competition and their great efforts in all matches. Click on Read More below for panel.
Meanwhile Kilkenny Black qualified for the semi-final following 2-16 to 3-12 win over Wexford Purple. They now take on South Tipperary this coming Thursday evening in Carriganore with a 7pm throw-in. Players to assemble at Woodies at 5.15pm.
Contact Manager : Niall Bergin (086) 3581771
The eagerly awaited Féile week is upon us with hundreds of boys and girls from all over the country converging on Kilkenny, Carlow and Wexford next Friday.
All the Hurling fixtures involving Kilkenny clubs can be found by clicking on the Fixtures page from the menu at the top of this Home Page.
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Despite Kilkenny's best efforts there was no denying Wexford in Saturday evening's throbbing encounter played in front of over 18,000 fans in Innovate Wexford Park. There was only a puck of a ball in it at the final whistle but it is now the qualifier route for Kilkenny as Wexford go on to meet either Galway or Offaly in the Leinster Final.
The draw for the qualifiers takes place on Monday 26th June following preliminary 1st round game between Carlow and Laois (25th June). The winners of this game will join Limerick, Tipperary and losers of Cork/Waterford in Bowl 1. The 2nd Bowl will consist of Dublin, Kilkenny, Westmeath and losers Galway/Offaly. A further draw will take place for Round 2. A draw will also take place for Home venues for Round 1. Qualifier Rounds are scheduled for Sat 1st July and Sat 8th July with the two Round 2 winners qualifying for All Ireland Quarter-Finals on Sun 23rd July.
Clara were crowned J J Kavanagh and Sons Third Team Shield winners with a 1-17 to 1-10 win over Conahy Shamrocks in the Final played in St Johns Park at the weekend. Picture shows Northern Board Chairman P J Kenny presenting the trophy to Clara captain Brian Nolan.
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