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With the World Cup now in full swing next Sunday’s Leinster hurling semi-finals are almost slipping in under the radar. Kilkenny who have not seen competitive action for some time now finally get a chance to strut their stuff.
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.
Kilkenny GAA Supporters Club reviewed a very successful year for both the club and county at its AGM held in Nowlan Park recently. The well-attended meeting included a number of members of the Kildare-based Supporters Club who travelled to attend the AGM.
An impressive first half backboned by two good goals helped Kilkenny minors to victory over Dublin in this Leinster minor championship game played in Nowlan Park on Saturday last.
Kilkenny’s under 14 girls were hoping to make it three wins on the trot when they hosted Louth at sunny Thomastown on Saturday last in the Leinster football championship. The girls had a big win over Carlow in round one and followed it up with a 7-7 to 3-7 win over Westmeath.
On Sunday afternoon at an excellent Bennetsbridge pitch the Kilkenny intermediate girls recorded their first win of the Bord Gáis Energy National League when they beat a struggling Offaly side. The Cats set out their stall early and owned the ball in the opening minutes.
Under 15 Inter League
Kilkenny progressed to the second round of the Provincial Towns Cup with this win over Athy away last Sunday. The game was played on a heavy and greasy surface with the result in doubt right to the final whistle.
The GAA's good intention of kick-starting the National Hurling League with a glamour tie between the All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Tipperary under lights at Semple Stadium has turned from a good PR exercise into a GAA disaster.