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Kilkenny Win Walsh Cup Tie

Saturday, 26 January 2013 at 8PM

An experimental Kilkenny side, having been in arrears for most of the game, finished strongly to defeat NUI Galway by two points in this Walsh Cup tie played in St. John's Park today........

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Kilkenny Reach Walsh Cup Final

Monday, 06 February 2012 at 9AM

Kilkenny 1-23 Westmeath 1-16
Kilkenny secured a place in the 2012 Walsh Cup final when they defeated Westmeath in an entertaining semi-final in Castlecomer yesterday. A developmental Kilkenny team played some excellent hurling in the first half to lead at the interval 0-14 to 0-6 and when the impressive John Power goaled immediately on the resumption an easy victory seemed on the cards. However, when Kilkenny full back Eamon Walsh was dismissed for a second yellow card offence six minutes into the second half, Westmeath rallied and reduced the deficit to two points with eight minutes remaining. As impressive as Kilkenny's first half performance was, it was matched by an excellent finish in which John Power hit four points added to one from Ger Aylward to see their side win by seven points. For team and Scorers click on read more.

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Kilkenny Defeat NUIG in Walsh Cup

Sunday, 29 January 2012 at 4PM

Kilkenny defeated NUIG by a single point (0-13 to 0-12) in this Walsh Cup game played in poor weather conditions in Páirc Lachtain, Freshford today. The Kilkenny team featuring under 21 players and managed by Richie Mulrooney  put in a good display against their physically strong opponents.....

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Kilkenny Defeated by Dublin in Walsh Cup Final

Sunday, 27 February 2011 at 9PM

DUBLIN 2-17 KILKENNY 2-13

A below par Kilkenny side  left itself  with far too much to do when it found itself behind by sixteen points, 2-14 to 0-5, fourteen minutes into the second half of this Walsh Cup final played in Parnell Park. Kilkenny made a number of positional switches and introduced Michael Fennelly and Aidan Fogarty from the bench at this stage and reduced the deficit to three points 2-15 to 2-12 but could get no closer and Dublin deservedly took the Walsh Cup for the first time since 2003.

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