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Kilkenny Intermediate hurling team will look to make history tomorrow (Saturday) evening, when they attempt to put two All-Ireland titles back to back for the first time.
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Bearna Golf Club: Captain Martin O'Neill's Prize, Einne Curran (16) 57; John Darby (15) 57; Gross Colm Feeney (0) 51; Neil McNeill (8) 54; John Collins (12) 53; Gerry Walsh (14) 51; 2nd gross John Hyland (9) 34; Sean O'Grady (13) 50; Past capt, Richard Hughes (11) 48; Senior, Vincent Ginty (22) 44; Stag, Dominic Burke (20) 29; Front 9, Joseph Daly (16) 20; Back 9, Tommy Flynn (10) 20; Pin, Mark O'Leary; Drive, Fergal Manning; Visitor, Michael Walsh (13) 31.
Responding to local demand the Butts Savings Bank at the Fr Mc Grath Centre, now in its fifth year, is changing its opening hours from 7 -8pm to Thursday 6.30- 7.30pm as of this week.
Kilkenny cruised to their fourth Leinster title in a row with a comprehensive win over Wexford in Nowlan Park on Wednesday evening.
The draw for the Mayo Club Championship last Monday night has the 16 clubs in the senior and intermediate championships along with those in both the Junior A and B championships plotting and planning for the summer ahead. At Monday night’s draw it was also announced that Midfield based catering company Trenalaur Catering would be the official sponsor of the Mayo senior championship for the coming year, with Westport based courier company Jim Hogan Couriers sponsoring the Mayo senior hurling championship.
Isn’t hurling a funny old game? Two weeks ago at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny put up a decent first half performance against Cork, and for their efforts they took an eight point lead into the second 35 minutes of action.
The year 2010 will be remembered for a lot of different reasons. From a national perspective the sight of the IMF coming in to bail out our financial affairs will live long in the memory. The severe weather conditions at certain times will also rank high on the list but on the sporting front from Kilkenny's perspective it will be remembered as the year Tipp spoiled our dream of the illusive five-in-a-row. This current panel did not need to reach this milestone for greatness, that was already achieved over the last decade, but it sure would have been nice for themselves if they had pulled it off.
Paul Kinsella Chairman of the Kilkenny County GAA Board welcomed all delegates to O’Loughlin/Gaels GAA club earlier in the week to mark the 126th year of the foundation. Each year the annual convention takes a look back over the past successes and future plans.
Kilkenny communities have taken the bull by the horns in a bid to prevent borrowing from money lenders and other risky organisations in their locality by becoming involved in saving in community banks.