James Stephens has announced that the club is running a bus to Croke park next Saturday the 17th to support their Intermediate camogie team in the All-Ireland Final.
The Kilkenny referee Liz Dempsey is to officiate the Senior All-Ireland Club Final just after
There was a great win yesterday for Castlecomer community school Senior Hurlers against Heywood Community School in the last game of the Championship league stage. The match finished 1-18 to 2-8 in favour of the Kilkenny side.
St. Peters College of Wexford are on its way to a Leinster quarter-final after they bested Knockbeg 2-11 to 1-10 in Crettyard.
The draws for the Electric Ireland GAA Higher Education Championships were made at Croke Park yesterday.
See also: Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup draws have been made
Matches start early in the new year and the finals will take place on the GAA campus at SETU Waterford from February 15th- 20th
SETU Carlow has been drawn in group B alongside Mary Immaculate and DCU, with the first fixture occurring on the 18th of January
While in the Sigursson Cup, SETU Carlow will play St. Marys with that game set for the 10th of January, with the final set for the 15th of February.
New Oak Boys have joined Vale Wanderers in the last four of the KCLR shield. They bested St Pats Boys last night 2-1 in cold conditions.
The two remaining quarter-finals will be played on Sunday morning with Mill Celtic welcoming Killeshin to Ballitore while Crettyard are away to Parkville United.
Goals from Theo Hernandez and Kolo Muani booked France’s place in Sunday’s World Cup final.
They beat surprise package Morocco by 2-goals to nil last night.
France will play Argentina on Sunday as they attempt to become the first country since Brazil in 1962 to retain the World Cup.
Potentially, there’s Irish involvement in every match on the opening night of the PDC World Darts Championship, unfortunately, Carlow’s own Steve Lennon won’t be competing at the event.
First up, the Clonoe Cyclone Mickey Mansell takes on New Zealand’s Ben Robb, with the winner facing defending champion Peter Wright later in the night.
After that, Meath’s Keane Barry plays Grant Sampson.
And then Tyrone’s Nathan Rafferty is up against Jermaine Wattimena.
Today’s planned meeting at Naas is off, and has been rearranged for Tuesday of next week.