"This Saturday 27th June in Nowlan Park sees the remainder of Kilkenny Clubs having their opportunity to play in our "theatre of dreams" at U-10 Age level. Each club enters two teams with all players attending getting HURLING game time as well as Gaelic Football. Each player then receives a momento of the day. Action starts at 9.30am and continues with various groups attending hourly until the afternoon.
Click on Read More below to see when you club is due in.
While the National Feile na nGael was held in Ulster last weekend Kilkenny hosted a Regional Feile with teams from Kilkenny, Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Waterford. Barrow Rangers qualified from the Group playing in Thomastown while Ballybrown of Limerick qualified from the Clara Group. In the final, played in Clara, Ballybrown proved the stronger team winning 1-16 to 2-4. Kilkenny GAA would like to acknowledge the tremendous work by both Clara and Thomastown in providing their facilities and having them in tip top order.
We also congratulate the three Kilkenny clubs on their great displays in Ulster. Kilmacow reached the Div 1 Final and lost out to St Earnans 2-4 to 1-2 in the Final. St Martins contested the Div 3 Final losing out to Kilconieron in the Final. Tullaroan qualified for the Div 6 semi-finals but bowed out at that stage.
We wish O'Loughlin Gaels and Danesfort all the very best this weekend as they take part in Féile Peil in Carlow and Wicklow.
Click HERE for images of the day from Caroline Clifford
Click on Read More below for results.
In Nowlan Park last weekend 24 clubs compising of 48 teams played in the U-10 Go Games Festival Finals in our theatre of dreams Nowlan Park . Each "team" played a hurling game followed by a Gaelic Football game. Each player received a momento of the day.
The Go Games Festival has become a real highlight for hundreds of young players all over the county. Kilkenny GAA would like to thank all the coaches in the clubs and all the parents who came along to support the young stars of the future.
Click HERE for some images of the day.
Kilkenny hurling legend and father of four Henry Shefflin, and four-time All Star Donegal Gaelic footballer Karl Lacey were in Croke Park on Tuesday to launch Kellogg’s renewed sponsorship deal with the GAA Cúl Camps.
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games
Click HERE for details of the Kilkenny Camps
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Kilkenny GAA - Coach Education
FINAL FOUNDATION COACHING COURSE takes place Saturday 18th April in DICKSBORO GAA at 10.00am.
(Change of Venue from Nowlan Park due to National League Semi-Finals)
Please Bring tracksuit and hurl.