There are three games (at time of writing) booked for Scoreline live coverage this weekend, beginning on Saturday.
Kilkenny’s senior hurlers got their Walsh Cup campaign for 2022 off to a solid start last weekend with a 1-27 to 0-24 victory at John Locke Park in Callan.
A youthful Kilkenny side were trailing at the break but found a second gear for the second half to finish out on top in game that featured nearly a full lineup of fresh faces for the Cats.
On Saturday afternoon they’ll head to Chadwick’s Wexford Park to renew their rivalry with Wexford for the first time since the departure of Davy Fitzgerald.
With two losses on the books for Laois, a win for either side gets them into the Walsh Cup Final next weekend.
Our coverage of that game begins from throw-in at 2pm with Brendan Hennessy and Michael Walsh on duty, all brought to you with thanks to Laharts Volkswagen Kilkenny.
On the club front, we’ll have a busy Sunday ahead of us with the semi-finals of the AIB GAA All-Ireland senior and junior hurling championships.
At 1.30pm, Mooncoin decamp to the TUS Gaelic Grounds in Limerick for their All-Ireland junior club hurling semi-final against Galway’s Salthill-Knocknacarra.
Adrian Ronan and Aidan Fogarty will bring you that game in full with thanks to Blanchfield’s Centra, Mooncoin.
Then at 3.30pm we’ll be crossing to the newly renamed FBD Semple Stadium in Thurles with Brendan Hennessy and Michael Walsh bringing you all the action from the senior club hurling semi-final between Shamrocks Ballyhale and St. Thomas’ of Galway, all with thanks to Gerry Comerford Drilling.
We’ll have a man of the match competition running throughout the senior game where you could grab a €50 steak on a stone voucher thanks to the folks at Rafter’s Gastro Pub on Friary Street, Kilkenny.
In between, we’ll be keeping you up to date with Carlow’s clash with Meath in the Kehoe Cup, that game underway in Kilmessan from 2pm.
You can listen to all games on KCLR, in the KCLR app and online here.