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This past week has been a strange one on the GAA front. Croke Park yet again gets another mid-season face lift. A player from Laois puts himself on a collision course with his manager over comments on Twitter.
Kilkenny put on a good display when defeating Waterford fairly comprehensively by 0-26 to 3-9 in an entertaining challenge game in Tallow on Sunday night in front of an attendance of over 2,000 supporters. Henry Shefflin was a welcome return to the team.
O'Loughlin Gaels displayed excellent fighting spirit to overcome a gallant Erin's Own in round two of the 2011 St Canice’s Credit Union Kilkenny Championship, played in Ballyragget on Friday last. O'Loughlin’s started very slowly. They were unsure and were like a team a bit off the pace.
What a week it has been! I don't think I've ever heard as many rumours about player injuries ahead of an All-Ireland final. The Kilkenny team returned to training last Monday night after their customary weekend away in Wexford.
With nine of the side that lost last year's All-Ireland final to Clare featuring, the Cats done a second half demolition job in this Bord Gais Energy Leinster Under 21 hurling Championship at a Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on Wednesday night.
The Kilkenny Camogie team got one over on their male counterparts already this year by quietly slipping into another league final. They seemed to come back from a no win situation last Saturday in Tullamore.
Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) 2-10 Danesfort 1-10
A truly great county minor final saw Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) inspired by the exceptional Conor Fogarty, complete the intermediate/minor double as they defeated Dicksboro in an absorbing contest.
The Tom Walsh Cup made the familiar journey back to Ballyhale on Sunday evening after the Shamrocks had withstood a massive second half effort from James Stephens to land their third successive Kilkenny county title. The club may only have been formed in 1972 but Sunday’s victory lifts them to joint second with Bennettsbridge and Mooncoin in the roll of honours list. They will have to add eight more to catch up on the mighty Tullaroan club, mind you, they have had a head start on the Shamrocks’ club considering that they won their first title back in 1887.