Kilkenny will play Wexford in Nowlan Park next Sunday in the Allianz League Quarter-Final. The game will have a 4pm throw in with the winners playing the winners of the Tipperary v Offaly game in the semi-final two weeks later. There is sure to be a bumper crowd given that Wexford are unbeaten in this year's league and have gained promotion to Division 1A for 2018.
Admission to the game will be by ticket only. Tickets are now on sale at the usual Supermarket outlets or on-line from GAA.ie. Adult tickets can be purchased at the discounted price of €15 if purchased before Sunday (€20 on match day). We also encourage students and pensioners to purchase the €15 tickets in advance to avoid queues on Sunday. Underr 16's are free. Click on Read More for full details including parking arrangements.
Development Squads 2017
Next Saturday 1st April at 11am in MW Hire Training Centre Dunmore there will be a Gaelic Football session for U-15 Squad. (14 and 15 year olds are invited to attend)
Final Foundation Coaching Courses for 2017
This Satuday's course in Nowlan Park is fully booked out.
Course starts at 10.00am.
Please, only people, who have contacted us to attend.
Click on Read More below for details of Final Foundation Course on next Monday.
Despite playing with just 14 men for all of the second half Dublin really put it up to Kilkenny in this final round game in Parnell Park on Sunday. It was only in the final 10 minutes that Kilkenny snuffed out the game and pulled away to a 7 point winning margin. The win sees Kilkenny finishing in 4th position and a home quarter-final tie with Division 1B champions Wexford.
Click HERE for match report from GAA.ie
Click HERE for images of the game from Willie Dempsey
Click HERE for images of the game from Martin Rowe
Conahy Shamrocks 1-08 Rower Inistioge 0-08.
Played in ideal conditions at the Kells Road Venue on Saturday Conahy Shamrocks emerged deserving winners in the J J Kavanagh and Sons Intermediate Football final when they overcame the Rower Inistioge. "Tosú maith leath na hoibre" the saying goes and a 1-2 to 0-0 start inside 8 minutes gave the Conahy team the platform for this victory. But the Rower Inistioge side fought their way into the game and were just one point in arrears at the interval 1-3 to 0-5. The Rower side had the first score of the 2nd half to draw level and thereafter there was little between the sides. Conahy just kept their noses in front to win on a final score 1-08 to 0-8.
Picture shows Conahy captain Andy O'Keeffe receiving the trophy from Football Board Chairman Tom O Reilly. Click on Read More below for Conahy Team pic