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Kilkenny cruise to Leinster title 

Kilkenny cruised to their fourth Leinster title in a row with a comprehensive win over Wexford in Nowlan Park on Wednesday evening.

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Kilkenny yet to beat Dublin

Creative Cats can halt the Dubs winning streak

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Kilkenny head to Croke Park this Sunday for a repeat of the 2009 Leinster final clash with Dublin, on that occasion the Cats claimed their 66th title. Dublin hurled with their usual gusto but the Cats still won with a bit up their sleeve. Martin Comerford was the two goal hero on that sunny afternoon.

Cats secure Leinster final spot after emphatic win over Wexford

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The Cats secured their spot in the Leinster Final when they defeated Wexford in Wexford Park on Saturday last. The home side started well and full forward Garrett Sinnott hit two good early points, but in the ninth minute Kilkenny found their feet when Richie Hogan won good possession and blasted the ball to the top corner of Wexford’s net.

Kilkenny and Wexford gear up for Leinster semi final clash

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The first of the senior hurling finalists in Leinster and Munster will be decided this weekend in Wexford Park and Thurles as Kilkenny take on Wexford on Saturday evening while Limerick clash with Waterford on Sunday. Dublin meet Galway in the

Kilkenny’s U21 loss at Wexford Park serves as a warning to seniors

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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.

Henry’s return was the highlight of the weekend’s local action

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Kilkenny's bid for their 15th league title was halted in spectacular fashion by Dublin; a lot of post-mortems took place around the county. Everyone has their own version of what happened and what should be done going forward.

Dubs’ historic victory leave Kilkenny fans genuinely worried

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To say I am lost for words after Kilkenny’s dismal display last Sunday is putting it very mildly. The defeat is one thing but the manner of it is of more concern. First things first, hats off to Dublin on winning their first National League title since 1939 they were truly magnificent on the day and thoroughly deserved their victory.

 

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