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The year 2009 has come to an end, so it is time to reflect on what was once again another brilliant year for Kilkenny hurling at both county and club level. It goes without saying that for everyone the highlight at county level was the first Sunday in September when the super Cats landed the incredible four-in-a-row after a pulsating final against the old enemy Tipperary.
•The Adventures of Championship & Other Cruciate Stories, a humorous GAA CD.If you love Gaelic games, you’ll love this, says RTE broadcaster Des Cahill. “Real on-the-button GAA humour that gets to the heart of what the GAA is all about. The CD features a collection of 18 radio essays first broadcast on RTE Drivetime Sports over the past three summers. The collection, by journalist Liam Horan, includes the character, Championship Man, which was first created by Horan in the summer of 2007 and became a favourite on the Drivetime Sports programme. The CD (€15) can be purchased on www.ChampionshipMan.com. or email: [email protected]
More than €2,000 was raised for Alan Kerins African Projects at the recent Stars and Cups fundraising event in Supermac’s, Eyre Square.
The Mayo Scór na nÓg county final takes place on January 9 2010 in Breaffy GAA Club Hall, starting at 3pm sharp.
Seven of the clubs in contention for February’s AIB GAA Club Championship semi finals received a boost today with the news that a player from each club will be recognised with an AIB Provincial Player Award, to be presented in Dublin on Tuesday, February 9.
The Kilkenny annual Camogie Awards Night will take place on Friday, January 29, 2010 in Langtons House Hotel. This year the awards night will also incorporate a clubs night which enables all camogie clubs to also hold their dinner dance on the very same night.
The 2009 football year was a fantastic one for Naomh Anna Leitir Mór. They regained senior status in Galway and collected the county and provincial titles at intermediate level. They ticked all their boxes and their objectives were met with style and gusto.
Joe Kernan set out on his 2010 voyage with the Galway footballers last Sunday in Tuam stadium with an easy six-points win over a disjointed Sligo outfit in the FBD league.
A record number of 31 promising young Connacht GAA players and administrators have been included in the province’s annual bursary scheme.