Search Results for 'Michael Walsh'
79 results found.
Kilkenny under-21 manager Michael Walsh will name his side tonight (Friday) to face Clare in this Sunday’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland under-21 hurling final at Croke Park.
With the Liam McCarthy once again safe in the bag for another year, the attentions turned to the All-Ireland u-21 and camogie finals last Sunday. It must be said that a small Kilkenny contingent made the trip up the N9 and N78 to Croker to cheer on the Cats in their quest for honours.
Clare 0-15, Kilkenny 0-14
Expectations were high for an epic battle between Tullaroan and Graigue Ballycallan last Sunday, where the two teams met in Nowlan Park for the first round of the senior hurling championship. With the prospect of relegation from the senior championship lurking, both parishes were very apprehensive before the game.
If you go by tradition alone then Kiltimagh will go into Sunday’s county junior final as hot favourites, but that won’t bother Ardnaree. If you follow that logic then Ardnaree have it all to gain and nothing to loose, but somehow you can’t imagine that they see that they have nothing to lose. The prize of a place in next year’s intermediate championship and the chance to winter the junior crown in their town is something that will make sure both sides leave everything on the field in McHale Park on Sunday.
Tullaroan had the dream start in this St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling relegation final held in Callan at the weekend. Both teams battled it out to see who would remain in senior level for 2010.
Ballinasloe’s based footwear company Dubarry has once again teamed up with the Connacht Rugby as the official footwear supplier.
Christmas came early for one Athlone household this week as Westmeath's only family-owned local waste and recycling business, Wallace Recycling, announced the winner of their recession-busting competition to give away free bin collections for a whole year.
A challenge hurling match and a return game played between Galway Woollen Mills, Newtownsmyth, and the Post Office was the seed that led to the inauguration of an inter-factory hurling competition. A meeting was held in the CYMS in February 1954 and the following committee was elected: Jimmy O’Connor, GPO, chairman; Tommy Connellan, CIE, secretary; Tom Mooney, the Hat Factory; Sean Duggan, ESB; Sean O’Connor, Galway Woollen Mills; Jimmy Duggan, O’Gorman’s; Paddy Purcell, Sisk’s; Mick McGrath, AA Stuart’s; and Cronan Treacy, McDonoughs.