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Hurling the game of the summer as Pope set for Croke Park visit

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All-Ireland final Sunday 2017

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This Sunday in Croke Park the Galway senior hurlers will line up at 3.30pm for their chance to add to the hurling annals, under the watchful eye of referee Fergal Horgan from Tipperary.

A year of success, just not the big one

Croke Park on the first Saturday in October will be the defining memory for a lot of Mayo GAA supporters that they take with them into 2017, but while there's still great disappointment that the Mayo senior footballers fell short at the final fence following a fantastic effort, there is still much to celebrate coming out of 2017.

Kilkenny pull out of O’Byrne Cup

Kilkenny football team will not participate in this year’s O’Byrne Cup.

Kilkenny ladies come out on top

Kilkenny: 29

Artlinks announces recipients of 2011 bursaries

Artlinks is pleased to announce details of the recipients of over €25,000 in bursaries for its membership in the five ArtLinks partner counties of Kilkenny, Carlow, Waterford, Wexford and Wicklow for 2011.

Ticket and parking details for Leinster Hurling Semi-final Kilkenny v Wexford

Tickets for the Leinster Hurling semi-final between Kilkenny and Wexford in Wexford Park on Saturday, June 11 at 7pm are currently on sale. The game forms part of a double header with the Leinster football clash between Wexford and Westmeath at 5pm and because of this and the fact that seating will be unreserved Kilkenny supporters would be well advised to purchase tickets in advance and travel in good time to the game. Details of ticket prices and car parking arrangements in Wexford town are as follows....

Artlinks announces bursary fund

Artlinks has announced a fund of €25,000 in bursaries for its membership in the five ArtLinks partner counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford, Wexford and Wicklow for 2011.

Leinster minor quarter final

Ray Gavin’s Westmeath minor side produced another inspired performance to see off the considerable challenge of neighbouring Offaly last Saturday. They have now claimed the scalps of Carlow, Laois, and Offaly (and were unlucky to lose out to Kilkenny by two points) and find themselves only one hour away from a first ever Leinster final appearance.

Kilkenny teens seek national awards

Kilkenny teenagers will travel to Wexford on February 5 to embark on a competition to win the prestigious titles of the No Name Club Host and Hostess of the Year.

 

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