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As All-Ireland hurling semi-finals go they don't come any bigger than a Kilkenny/Cork clash.
Not making the trip to Croke Park for the Kilkenny v Cork decider, but want to soak up the match day experience? Then, go along to Langton’s on Sunday, August 8, and join Guinness for a unique semi-final Sunday celebration.
Kilkenny players had mixed luck in the opening rounds of the Leinster 60x30 Championhips results are as follows:
With all the hype of scoring records and King Henry’s wonderful achievement surpassing Eddie Keher’s record in the Leinster final it was time to take a trip down memory lane. Not through the records of Eddie Keher but to another unsung hero the late Tullaroan hurler Mick Kennedy.
Having made my way early to Croke Park last Sunday I headed to a local shebeen to pick up a spare ticket and a quick bevvy of course.
Back in 1998 Kilkenny supporters were getting edgy, we had gone through the longest barren spell in terms of winning Leinster championships. Five years had elapsed since the famous Bob O'Keeffe Cup had visited the Marble City.
The Cats may have been one of the last counties out of the blocks in this year’s championship, but when the time arose last Sunday they sent out a severe message to the rest of the contenders that they mean business again this year.
Richie Power will be fit and ready to tog out for Kilkenny in this Sunday's Leinster SHC semi-final against Dublin. Power has shown great progress and stamina in training and will be a welcome addition against Dublin.