As the weekend approaches, anticipation is building for a thrilling lineup of matches set to be covered live in full on KCLR.
Saturday promises a feast of football and hurling clashes, while Sunday sees the culmination of the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship.
The action kicks off at 2 pm with the clash between St Mullin’s and Annanough in the AIB Leinster Club Junior Football Championship.
attention turns to the JJ Kavanagh and Sons Kilkenny Junior Hurling Championship Final. Tullogher Rosbercon and St Lachtain’s are set to face off in what promises to be a captivating clash at UPMC Nowlan Park from 2:45 pm.
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The action continues into the late afternoon as Clonmore and St Malachy’s battle it out in the AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Football Championship. Netwatch Cullen Park will be the battleground for this encounter, with the match scheduled to start at 4:45 pm
The day concludes with a blockbuster clash in the AIB Leinster Club Senior Football Championship. Eire Og takes on St Joseph’s at Netwatch Cullen Park in a showdown that promises to be a fitting end to a day filled with GAA excitement, kicking off at 7:00 p.m.
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The weekend extravaganza reaches its conclusion on Sunday with the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship Final.
Thomastown and Mooncoin will battle for seniority at UPMC Nowlan Park from 2:45 p.m. in what is expected to be a thrilling contest.
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Not the only big games happening across the counties and beyond and we will bring you reports as Mullinavat travel to Stradbally for a meeting with Ballylinan at 2pm on Saturday in the Leinster Football Championship while Lidowney faces off with Kilbeggan Shamrocks.
On the camogie side of things, there is a massive weekend in store with the Premier Junior & Intermediate semi-finals, with Sunday seeing the intermediate relegation final between St Claires and Carrickshock.
The big one though the Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Senior Championship County Final occurs on Saturday.
Windgap goes up against Dicksboro in Thomastown from 3:30 p.m. Get a rundown on the weekend’s actions on KCLRS Caman Caint Podcast.
Burren Rangers and Bagenalstown Gaels will face off in the Carlow Cental Under 15 Division 1 Hurling final.
Burren Rangers came out 2-09 to 10 point winners over Carlow Town last night in the semi-final while Bagenalstown came away with a 4-11 to 2-04 victory at the expense of Naomh Eoin.
Laois has returned to Justin McNulty to help get them out of Division 4 next year.
The Armagh native has agreed a three-year term to replace Billy Sheahan as the O’Moore’s senior football manager.
In McNulty’s first term in charge, Laois won promotion to Division 1 and reached an All-Ireland quarter-final.
Soccer world locally there is a host of games across the Kilkenny and Carlow leagues however the LFA Junior Cup takes centre stage for certain county Clubs
The action begins tonight as Killeshin FC welcomes Forth Celtic for an 8 o’clock kick-off
On Sunday Parkville United play Ferns United, and Hanover Harps travel to play St Anthonys Kilcoole, New Oak host Stradbally Town.
On the Kilkenny side of things
Tombrack United v Ormonde Villa FC
Bridge United v Terenure Rangers U21
Birr Town v Lions AFC
Monread FC v Thomastown United
Newpark AFC Ajax Ath
Gorey Rangers v Freebooters AFC
The first of the World Cup semi-finals takes place tonight.
Ireland’s conquerors New Zealand face Argentina in Paris from 8 pm Irish time.
The All Blacks are bidding to reach the decider for a fifth time – the Pumas have never qualified for the final in their history.