Kilkenny last won the title in 2015, while Carlow last appeared in the Final back in 2006 in a meeting between the two local counties
The Carlow Ladies Soccer team are aiming to keep the Angela Hurst trophy this weekend against Combined Counties
The prize for the winners of Sunday’s clash is a place in the FAI Junior Cup Final which will be played at the Aviva Stadium
Mill Celtic have been on a giant killing route through the competition so far and are confident of going all the way this weekend
Mount Leinster Rangers were defeated easily by Old Leighlin last weekend and Willie Quinlan thinks that Hurling is their only focus this year
Patrick says that the girls put in every bit as much if not more commitment and effort than any Men’s Soccer Teams
The US Masters is always keenly contested and Sean Boland reckons everyone is in with a shout regardless of who they are
Thirteen players have re-signed with the province.
Carlow head to Newbridge to to take on Kildare in the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship this Saturday.
Manager Packie Holden says preparations shouldn’t be affected much despite the long journey.
The coaching conference will feature Brian Cody and former Kilkenny selector Martin Fogarty among others in a first for Carlow GAA.
They take on the Connacht ladies in Saturday’s All-Ireland Minor Roinn C Final.
The Ballyhale man suffered an ankle injury last year and is still recuperating.
They suffered defeat in the National League Division 2 Final against Antrim on Saturday.
This victory is possibly the biggest by any Carlow League Soccer team across any grade from any era
Tullow will now play Skerries in the Provincial Towns Cup Final on April 16th at Athy
Jamie Clarke scored two goals on introduction for Carlow on Sunday before scoring another for his club St Andrews later that day
It’s a very well thought out event which comes to the streets of Kilkenny on Holy Thursday and people of all walks of life will take part
It was a local derby Final at Letterkenny between two in form sides and in the end it was the Kilkenny girls who prevailed after a great game
Kilkenny just couldn’t find a way past a resilient Wexford side and they must now wait until the 10th of June for their championship game