In a significant event at UPMC Nowlan Park last night, the draws for the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Kilkenny Junior Hurling Leagues were conducted, setting the stage for an exciting season of competitive hurling. The draws revealed the composition of two challenging groups, promising fierce battles on the hurling field.
Group A: Barrow Rangers, Clonnen, Piltown, John Lockes, Windgap, Galmoy
The teams in Group A, namely Barrow Rangers, Clonnen, Piltown, John Lockes, Windgap, and Galmoy, will undoubtedly engage in intense clashes as they vie for supremacy in this year’s Kilkenny Junior Hurling League.
Group B: St. Lachtains, Emeralds, Kilmacow, Slievrue, St. Patricks, Graiguenamenagh
Group B comprises St. Lachtains, Emeralds, Kilmacow, Slievrue, St. Patricks, and Graiguenamenagh, creating a dynamic mix of clubs with a shared goal of clinching victory in the Junior Hurling League.
The draws not only serve as a roadmap for the upcoming Junior Hurling League but also generate excitement and anticipation among fans and players alike. The prospect of witnessing these teams battle it out on the hurling pitch adds to the fervor surrounding Kilkenny’s vibrant hurling community.
Below is the draw with some fixtures along with the Junior B draw.
Upcoming Draws: Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate Hurling League and Senior Hurling League
The anticipation continues tonight with the draw for the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Intermediate Hurling League scheduled at 8 pm in UPMC Nowlan Park. This draws keen interest as teams gear up to compete in the intermediate tier, aiming to make their mark in Kilkenny’s hurling landscape.
Looking ahead, the senior draw is set to take place tomorrow night at 8 pm, further solidifying the lineup of contenders in what promises to be a highly competitive Senior Hurling League. As teams await their fate in the draws, the stage is set for an enthralling hurling season in Kilkenny, where the pursuit of excellence and the love for the sport converge on the hallowed grounds of UPMC Nowlan Park.