This Saturday at 4 pm on KCLR’s Scoreline, listeners are in for a treat as Wexford hurling legend Tom Dempsey shares insights on Kilkenny’s aspirations in 2024, reflects on Wexford’s upcoming season, and reminisces about the county’s historic 1996 All-Ireland victory.
Dempsey, a revered figure in Wexford hurling, will provide a unique perspective on Kilkenny’s prospects for the upcoming season. Additionally, Dempsey will reflect on Wexford’s chances as they gear up for the season’s commencement with Keith Rossiter at the helm. For those eager to relive the glory days, Dempsey will take a trip down memory lane to revisit the memorable 1996 All-Ireland victory for Wexford.
Tune in this Saturday at 4 pm on Scoreline to catch the full interview and gain a deeper understanding of the current hurling landscape from the perspective of a true legend. Remember, KCLR is the exclusive home for all of Kilkenny’s games in the Allianz National Hurling League, ensuring you stay connected with every thrilling moment.
As the intercounty season kicks into gear, the excitement continues on Sunday as Kilkenny faces Wexford in their Allianz National Hurling League campaign. The Division 1A clash, set to kick off at quarter to 2 in UPMC Nowlan Park, will be broadcast with full live commentary on KCLR, thanks to Laharts.
Adrian Ronan and two-time All-Ireland winner Michael Walsh will be your guides, providing in-depth analysis and exciting play-by-play coverage.
In anticipation of this clash, Tom Dempsey offered praise for Kilkenny manager Derek Lyng, highlighting the positive impact he has made in his first year at the helm, “I think Derek has done a great job. Again, you have a Kilkenny man managing a Kilkenny team, which is no great surprise.”
“Derek is, I’m sure, a favorite with the players because he’s a very genuine guy, and his backroom team are very genuine. I think he’s been amazingly successful. I mean, one team in the country (Limerick) really beat Kilkenny when it came down to when it mattered.”
With Dempsey’s unique insights and the promise of thrilling live commentary, KCLR is set to be the go-to destination for hurling fans this weekend. Tune in, sit back, and enjoy the excitement as the intercounty hurling season starts off in style.
Remember, KCLR is the only place where you can hear all of Kilkenny’s games in the Allianz National Hurling League, Leinster championship and All-Ireland series in 2024.