Carlow’s exciting Under 18 Leinster Rugby League winners made it double joy for the Oakpark club last Saturday in Mullingar.
Following their opening round loss to Division 2A champions Antrim, Carlow will face Mayo at Netwatch Cullen Park.
The draw for the 2017 KCLR McCalmont Cup quarter final has been made with holders Thomastown drawn away to Evergreen opposition.
O’Loughlin Gaels started their season with victory over St Martins in Castlecomer yesterday.
An injury time penalty off the boot of Jake McDonald puts Kilkenny into the 2017 Provincial Towns Plate final against Dundalk.
Kilkenny are Camogie League Division 1 champions once more, defeating Cork in Limerick on Sunday.
Two goals from Becky Conroy weren’t enough as Kilkenny shipped a late loss to Galway in the Women’s National League.
Piltown resident and custom golf fitter Peter Doyle has been appointed to the board of prestigious golf Clubmakers guild.
O’Loughlin Gaels begin their Kilkenny Senior Hurling League campaign against St. Martin’s – get live commentary here.
Daragh Ó Conchúir looks ahead to Kilkenny and Cork’s camogie league decider on Sunday.
Get live commentary of Leinster v ASM Clermont in the 2017 European Rugby Champions Cup semi-final on KCLR.
Listen live to Cork and Kilkenny in the 2017 National Camogie League Division 1 Final on KCLR.
Join Kevin Regan and James Hickey for live commentary and analysis of the first round of the 2017 Christy Ring Cup.
Another round of Carlow Football League action takes place this weekend and Fenagh Manager John Kearns has previewed it for us
Kilkenny are all set for another huge clash with rivals Cork on Sunday and Manager Ann Downey has been talking to us ahead of the game
Cork’s Niamh McCarthy reflects on the build up to her sides Camogie Leagues Division 1 Final against Kilkenny.
Watch the TG4 Laochra Gael special on Kilkenny’s Tommy Walsh in full here.
A hamstring injury to Sean O’Brien is the main change for Leinster ahead of their clash with ASM Clermont on Sunday.
The FAI’s Festival Of Football hits Kilkenny for a week this July.
Carlow play Kildare in the Leinster Minor Football Championship on Saturday and we caught up with Manager Ken Hickey ahead of the game