Kilkenny play Galway in the All Ireland Intermediate semi-final on Saturday 18th August in O'Connor Park, Tullamore at 2pm. The Kilkenny team has continued its hard work in preparation for this game following the Leinster final against Wexford and supporters are urged to make the trip to Tullamore on Saturday to support Pat O'Grady's side.The team is .....
The Kilkenny Intermediate hurlers will seek to retain their Leinster crown when they meet Wexford in Wexford Park on Wednesday night. The Kilkenny panel managed by Pat O'Grady features players from nineteen different clubs. Click on read more for details.
Kilkenny Intermediate hurling team manager Pat Hoban has announced his attention to step down from his position. Pat, who has held the position since 2007, had a most successful tenure winning four Leinster titles (2008-2011) and two All Ireland titles (2008 and 2010).
Kilkenny went down to Clare in the All Ireland Intermediate final losing on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-11. It was a brave effort by the Kilkenny team, which was four points in arreara at the interval, 1-8 to 1-4. the Kilkenny goal coming from Paul O'Flynn. Kilkenny's best sector was its defence where P.J. Rowe and Stephen Byrne stood out while Ger Aylward made most impact up front when introduced as a sub.
Kilkenny Under 14's were eliminated after the Group Stage, despite being undefeated, in the Tony Forristal Under 14 tournament held in Thurles and Walsh Park respectively. Kilkenny drew with Waterford and defeated Wexford but a draw in their final game with Tipperary meant the Tipperary team went through.
For Squad photos from both venues........................
The Kilkenny team to play Clare in the All Ieeland final in Semple Stadium, Thurles on Saturday 27th August at 7pm has been announced. To view the team click on read more.