Kilkenny GAA will open the doors to player training on Monday 12 August.
As has become tradition in the run-in to an All-Ireland final, Nowlan Park will host a public training session in advance of the final.
Whereas traditionally this has been held on the Friday as a “last hurrah” before making the trip to Dublin on Sunday, this time out training will be held on Monday evening.
As per KilkennyGAA.ie, “Kilkenny supporters are welcome to attend training on Monday night next (August 12th) at 6pm in Nowlan Park. Entry to this session is via Ardán de Grás only, off Hebron Road. Supporters are asked to co-operatre with fully stewards.”
“We ask those attending to please use available car parks and not to park in residential areas.”
The public training session typically serves as the last chance pre-final for supporters and fans to see Kilkenny in hurling action.
The public session is expected to run from 6-7pm.
As for who will line out in Croke Park on Sunday 18 August, that should be known late Friday evening next.
For all the buildup to this year’s All-Ireland final for the minor and senior hurlers, be sure to stay tuned to KCLR, including our dedicated Black & Amber news slots running from Monday 12 August.