Kilkenny GAA hosts its first Health and Wellbeing Seminar in St Kierans College on Saturday 25th November.
Guest speakers will be Brian Cody, Noel Richardson and Dr Tadhg Crowley.
There will also be information stands on the day and each participant will be entered in a free raffle.
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This coming Friday night, Nov 3rd, St Lachtains Club in Freshford will hold a special Mental Health, Drug & Gambling Awareness Information night.
The event takes place in the Community Hall Freshford with a 7.30pm start.
All clubs in Kilkenny are invited to attend.
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After a pulsating hours hurling in front of almost 7,500 people at Nowlan Park on Sunday Dicksboro secured the St Canices Credit Union Senior Hurling Title for 2017 with a 4-15 to 4-10 over great local rivals James Stephens.
Picture shows 'Boro captain Ollie Walsh lifting the Tom Walsh cup in the presence of Eamonn Mc Ardle President St Canices Credit Union. It was a special moment in that Ollie was presented with the cup on the steps of Ardan Breathnach named after his namesake and grandfather the great Ollie Walsh.
Dicksboro now go on to meet All Ireland Club Champions Cuala in the AIB Leinster Club Quarter-Final in Parnell Park next Sunday.
Click HERE for brief match report from Kilkenny People Sport
Click HERE for images of the game from Donal Foley
Click HERE for images of the game from Martin Rowe
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Next Sunday, October 29th, is County Senior Hurling Day in Kilkenny. The eagerly awaited St Canices Credit Union Senior Final between city rivals Dicksboro and James Stephens throws in at 3pm.
Tickets for the game are now on sale - Click on Read More below for list of outlets. Adults cost €15; Students/Pensioners €10; Under 16's are free.
Ahead of the game a live "Up for the Match" will be aired by KCLR 96FM from Nowlan Park on Friday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Supporters are very welcome to attend.