It’s not every day you get to race alongside Mo Farah but Eoin Everard has done just that in recent weeks overseas
Victor says that Brendan doesn’t get the protection he needs from match officials.
Robin Copeland is among the Munster squad who are aiming for PRO 12 honors against the Scarlets on Saturday
The under 21 Hurling Championship is one where Kilkenny will look to banish the demons of last year when they lost to Westmeath
In the space of just eight weeks one local teen went from being within an inch of losing his life to winning the game of his life
The 2017 First Year Girls National Cup is heading to Kilkenny as Presentation Secondary School take a 2-1 victory over Scoil Mhuire Buncrana.
Darren O’Neill is off to Ukraine this June with the Irish Men’s Elite squad.
The Aidan O’Brien trained Minding is installed at odds-on favourite to take the Tattersalls Gold Cup this weekend.
St. Andrew’s are keeping player burnout at bay heading into the final round of the football league this Sunday.
Freebooters manager David Butler says they have nothing to lose on Saturday.
Hanover Harps manager Paul Dowling believes they will make the breakthrough and win the Premier Division despite having gone close on several occasions. Hanover Harps finished a close 3rd to Crettyard United and New Oaks in the race for the Premier Division title, and Speaking to KCLR ahead of Saturday evenings Premier Cup Final against […]
It’s a 5pm throw-in time for Carlow’s Christy Ring Cup FInal clash with Antrim in Croke Park this June.
Kilkennys Championship opener is against Dublin next Wednesday evening.
They clash with Hanover Harps in the Premier Cup Final.
Kilkenny’s Liam Blanchfield will be an ambassador for this year’s U21 All-Ireland Hurling Championsihps.
The clash takes place on Saturday 3rd of June in O’Moore Park Portlaoise at 7pm.
Dublin play Carlow on Saturday 3rd of June in O’Moore Park Portlaoise at 7pm.
Nurney Villa have made history and needless to say the players were on cloud nine after the game in Newbridge on Saturday
It was another interesting weekend of action across all grades in the Kilkenny Leagues and Dicksboro still remain unbeaten after three games
Carlow are on their way to Croke Park on June 10th where they will face Antrim in the Christy Ring Cup Final after a win over Wicklow