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Kilkenny ladies kick off their National League campaign this Sunday against neighbours Carlow and will be hoping to get the year off to a positive start.
The Kilkenny ladies footballers will hold a fundraising race night at Kilkenny greyhound track tomorrow (Friday).
Kilkenny intermediates have been back in training for a number of weeks in preparation for the upcoming Suzuki National League. Kilkenny stand a great chance of reaching the final stages with games against Derry, Wicklow, and Antrim ahead, all of whom Kilkenny have accounted for in recent meetings.
Standing in Paric Lactain in Freshford last January watching a young, fit Antrim side lower Kilkenny's colours in the Walsh Cup didn't leave anyone too upset, most people acknowledged that our warriors had just returned from what is now their annual team holiday and that it would take a few training sessions to shake off the cobwebs. Being honest, Kilkenny fans knew that this bunch of Kilkenny players would bust a gut later in the year to land the 3-in-a-row but I don't think anyone could have envisaged exactly what lay ahead for Kilkenny hurling.
These are exciting days to be a student or staff member in St Paul’s in Oughterard as they face into their first ever All-Ireland final at B level this Saturday in Carrick-On-Shannon at 2pm.
Kilkenny under-21 manager Michael Walsh will name his side tonight (Friday) to face Clare in this Sunday’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland under-21 hurling final at Croke Park.