Kilkenny’s James Stephens takes on Down’s Clonduff in this Saturday’s AIB Camogie All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Final at Croke Park with a 4.15 PM throw-in.
Emma Gaffney, who is originally from Craughwell in Galway but moved to Kilkenny for work, has helped the Noresiders to the Final for the first time.
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That game will be live tomorrow on KCLR Scoreline with thanks to Kissane’s Pharmacy Group
Won’t be the only live game this weekend
Two weeks on from surviving a second-half surge from Kilmacud Crokes, Ballyhale Shamrocks are back again knowing that improvements will have to be made in a lot of areas if they’re to get past Ballygunner.
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Croke Park may be a home-away-from-home for the five-in-a-row Kilkenny senior hurling champions, and four-in-a-row Leinster champions, but all bets are off the second the ball is thrown in on Sunday.
Brendan Hennessy, Michael Walsh, and the Scoreline team will be taking you through all the action on Sunday afternoon with thanks to Gerry Comerford Drilling
Tonight in Carlow six teams are out in Stryve under-20 football competition
In Tinryland Michael Davitts take on Asca while Fenagh plays host when Bagenalstown Gaels play Clonmore from half 7 and Palatine clash with Mt Leinster Rangers
and Palatine G.A.A. Club meets Mt Leinster Rangers at quarter to 8.
Carlow Ladies Galic Football has announced that SETU will be the main partner for the Minor team in 2023.
We have no Friday night football, well I mean soccer, but we can look forward to a few games in Carlow this weekend before a Christmas break
Two fixtures to look out for will be happening in the quarter-finals of the KCLR Carlow Shield
From 11 on Sunday Killeshin travel to face Mill Celtic while Parkville welcome Crettyard
Elsewhere, Kilkenny Native Orlaith Conlon has resigned with Wexford FC for the upcoming season.
This will mark the 25-year-olds tenth year with the club
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It was a mixed night for Irish players at the PDC World Darts Championship in London.
Tyrone’s Mickey Mansell lost his second-round match 3-nil to defending champion Peter Wright, having earlier beaten Ben Robb 3-1.
Nathan Rafftery was a 3-2 winner over Jermaine Wattimena and will face Michael Smith in round 2 tonight.
But Meath youngster Keane Barry was beaten 3-1 by Grant Sampson.
Limerick’s William O’Connor is in first round action tonight, facing 18-year old Beau Greaves.
Leinster will look to register back-to-back pool wins in the Heineken Champions Cup tonight.
Garry Ringrose once again captains the side, with Gloucester visiting the RDS.
Kick-off there is at 8 with Carlows Ed Byrne among the replacements
Fellow county man Tom Daly starts and Bundee Aki is back in the Connacht centre for their Challenge Cup game away to Brive (pr: Breev).
There’s also an 8 o’clock start to that one.
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Congratulations to Kilkenny Vocational School who were crowned National All-Ireland volleyball winners in the national Sports arena! Not once but twice! Their Senior Boys and Girls Volleyball Teams came away with the win, in what is no doubt a proud day for the school.