Kilkenny’s senior camogie team, women’s basketball champions Marble City Hawks and Kilkenny City Harriers are in the running for April’s award.
Evergreen manager Packie Holden is planning on using Sunday’s FAI Senior Cup clash against St. Mary’s as preparation for Sheriff YC next month.
It’s a Monday night trip to Oriel Park for Thomastown United as quarter-final date with Dundalk is confirmed.
Paddy scored six points from play in O’Loughlin’s comprehensive victory over St. Martins on Sunday.
Trainer Ollie O’Neill says that this weekends tournament is perfect preparation for the upcoming European Championships.
The side are in the Leinster Senior Cup Quarter Final against Dundalk on Monday May 15th in Oriel Park.
Carlow lost out by a single point after extra time in their opening round game last weekend against Antrim.
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The women’s side went on an unbeaten run recently until narrowly losing out in the Division Two League final.
Having made his Leinster debut in September 2009, Mike Ross will step away from the game at the end of the current season.
The Cork women did a warm down routine while Kilkenny were being presented with the National League trophy on Sunday.
Willie Mullins has been chatting ahead of the 2017 Punchestown racing festival.
Gordon Elliott leads Willie Mullins by €402,405 with €2,927,500 prize money available at Punchestown.
Will it be four Grade 1 wins in a row for Un De Sceaux? Punchestown gets underway today.
There were Finals, Semis and Quarter Finals down for decision.
WRC Rally Argentina begins this Thursday and Jamie Kent looks ahead to Kilkenny native Craig Breen’s latest stint at the wheel for Citroen.
The 24-man squad for Carlow’s 2017 Celtic Challenge Cup tilt has been named. Games begin on May 3rd.
Club President Justin Hannon lauded Larry’s power and consistency in a forward pack that dominated in most of Carlow matches this season.
It was a case of a youthful Kildare side up against a Carlow side well sprinkled with veterans.
Kilkenny’s Aisling Dunphy says every player stood up for their side when it came to facing Cork on Sunday.