LIVE GAMES ON KCLR THIS WEEKEND
Kilkenny camogie are out in the third round of the Very Ireland Camogie league this weekend,
They travel to play Dublin as the team searches for their first win. Speaking to Scoreline before the game manager Brian Dowling was asked about giving more chances to emerging players on the senior team. That game will be live from 2 o’clock tomorrow thanks to Market Cross Shopping centre with Martin Quilty and Aine Farrell there for KCLR
But will Brian Dowling be there?
See also: Dowling “I wanted to be in the two places as both teams mean a huge amount to me”
As St. Kierans College, the other team he manages, is out in Croke Cup semi-final action at 12.45 pmon the same day.
They take on Cashel Community School in St. Brendans Park, Birr with KCLR’s own Brendan Hennessey and Micheal Walsh bringing you all the coverage with thanks to Tyreland, Cuffsgrange. I’d say Brendan will be in his element commentating in a stadium named after him.
He won’t have to much time to bask in the glory though, as he better get his bags packed because KCLR is shipping him off to the UK the next day.
Yes, Carlow are out in round five action of the league against London, so himself and Willie will be adding the lyrics to the music that is football with thanks to Dan Morrissey & Co.
There was celebrations to be had last night as Captain Daniel Cooney lifted the Rory O Connor Division 2 Freshers Football League title for SETU Carlow
A blistering start to the first half allowed the local university to defeat TUS Midlands 1-14 to 1-10.
Great day for the parish!
Clara and Muckalee will be battling for Parish pride in Kilkenny tonight when they meet in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Senior Football League, throw in Carlow is at half seven.
The 5th annual Kilkenny Masters Basketball Tournament takes place this weekend in three venues around Kilkenny today.
The 32 teams participating in this prestigious event are travelling from Cork, Kerry, Clare, Mayo, Dublin, Offaly, Carlow, Cavan, Laois, Wexford, Waterford and of course Kilkenny. Three teams, Yorkshire, Bristol & Birmingham are making the trip over from England.
In other Carlow news, Darts Player Steve Lennon has travelled to Minehead in the UK to compete in the PDC Cazoo open
He plays in play in the 3rd Round against Martijn Kleermaker, with the Game being streamed live on PDC.TV. shortly after 2 pm
In athletics Kilkenny’s Clionna Manning unfortunately is out of women’s 400m, finishing 5th in heat, however she did manage a personal best in the race.
However, Sharlene Mawdsley has done well to go through automatically in second into the 400m semis.
Katie Taylor has opened the door to a fight with Chantelle Cameron at Dublin’s 3 Arena on May 20th – after Amanda Serrano pulled out of the proposed bout due to injury.