While Kilkenny’s senior hurlers are in another All-Ireland final in a week’s time against Limerick, the county’s footballers are in action this weekend with the All-Ireland junior football championship set to be played out between today and Sunday
Up first, Kilkenny will start their All-Ireland defense against London, familiar to Carlow supporters from Division 4 of the National Football League.
Cats manager Christy Walsh stated that the team will be much changed from last year’s All Ireland champions. That game throws in on our Kilkenny Frequencies from 7.15, with New York and Warwickshire in the other semi
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On our Carlow frequency, from 8 at Netwatch Cullen Park to bring all the action from Mount Leinster Rangers and defending champs St. Mullins in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Carlow senior hurling championship with thanks to Dan Morrissey & Co.
Both sides are undefeated going into the round 3 clash, so it surely will be a cracker
That will have a Man of the Match competition thanks to Detail Menswear
Kildare GAA has confirmed that David Herity is stepping down after five years in charge of Kildare’s senior hurlers.
Herity was appointed to the role in October 2018 having previously overseen the Dublin senior camogie team
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Davy Fitzgerald has been ratified as Waterford’s senior manager for the 2024 season.
The Clare native signed on for two years in August 2022 but for the second straight season, the Déise found their championship campaign over in May.
It’s understood that Fitzgerald’s plans for next season were presented to Waterford’s county board in the past week.
The LGFA says it remains committed to having a female squad charter in place for the 2024 inter-county season.
They say they met with the GPA yesterday to discuss the current impasse.
The LGFA’s statement is in contrast to the Camogie Association, who claim they have had no meaningful contact with the players’ union since April.
The Camogie Association say they’ll be calling upon the assistance of GAA Director General Tom Ryan to help in the dispute.
The Ireland under 20s rugby team play in the world championship final this evening.
They face France in the final in Cape Town from 6pm Irish time.
Current Grand Slam champions Ireland have never won the world crown at this level before.
Kilkenny’s Shay McEvoy is in action at the European Under 23 Track & Field championships in Finland later.
The Kilkenny City Harriers athlete has been selected to compete for Team Ireland in the Men’s 5000m event in Espoo, Finland.
He’s expected to take to the track around 9.30am this morning.
There’s good news coming out of Graignamanagh Rowing Club in Kilkenny with Nancy Roberts named to the Irish team for the Home International Regatta on Saturday week.
Roberts will cox the Senior Women’s Sweep Team at the event in Lough Rinn, Co. Leitrim.