The Bord Gáis Energy All Ireland under 21 hurling finals will take place at Semple Stadium on Saturday next September 15th. The B final between Roscommon and Kildare will be at 5pm and will be followed by the Kilkenny v Clare under 21 final at 7pm. Both stands and town terrace will be open from 4pm. The game is all ticket (unreserved seating) with prices as follows – Stand: €20 adults, €15 student/oap (€5 refund at designated stile - New stand stile 53 and Old stand stile 1); Terrace: €15 adults, €10 student/oap (€5 refund at designated stile 37); juvenile: free to stand and terrace - New stand stile 47, Old stand stile 3, Terrace stile 36. Supporters are advised to come in time to purchase tickets if they have not done so in advance – tickets will need to be purchased before going to the entry stiles.
Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U-21 Championship Semi-Final: Kilkenny 4-16 Galway 2-15
Goals proved crucial for Kilkenny as they defeated Galway in Thurles to set up an All-Ireland U21 final clash against Clare.Kilkenny deservedly won by seven points in the end, but they needed a cool final five minutes to see out the victory after Galway struck two goals in quick succession to briefly threaten a comeback. Read on for full report from gaa.ie........ Click on Photos
KCLR are covering All Ireland Under 21 Hurling Semi Final between Kilkenny and Galway from Semple Stadium on Saturday August 25th at 6pm
The finals of the J.J. Kavanagh and Sons A & B Under 21 county hurling finals will take place in Nowlan Park on Sunday next.
In the A Final, which starts at 12.30pm, last year's winners Mooncoin defend their title against Northern Championship winners, ............
Both the Walsh Cup game between Kilkenny and NUIG in Ballyraggetl. and the J.J. Kavanagh & Sons Kilkenny Under 21 Roinn A County Final between Mooncoin and Erin's Own have been changed from Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd January due to .......
Please Note that only the Old Stand will be open for the Under 21 Final.