Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Sport

Sport
Kilkenny remain league leaders after defeating Newbridge

Kilkenny picked up a bonus point win over Newbridge on the road today to cement Gorey's arrival next weekend as a must-win.
Kilkenny RFC beat Carlow RFC 38-12 in the Leinster League Division 1B at Foulkstown on 5/1/2015. Photo: Ken McGuire

Kilkenny RFC defeated Carlow RFC 38-12 in the Leinster League Division 1B at Foulkstown on Sunday 4 January 2015. Check out our photo coverage here.
JJ Delaney, pictured with Kilkenny GAA's Ned Quinn. Photo: KilkennyGAA.ie

Kilkenny's JJ Delaney has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling, departing the game with 9 All-Ireland titles to his name.
Try scorer David O'Connor in action for Kilkenny today at Foulkstown. Photo: Ken McGuire

Kilkenny defeated Tullow in their final home game of 2014 with tries from Sean Moran and David O'Connor securing a 20-3 victory.
Kilkenny's Davy Morris in snooker action. Photo: SnookerHQ.com

Kilkenny's Davy Morris has toppled World Champion Mark Selby at the UK Championship in York today.
Kilkenny's Rob Buckley in action against Longford. Photo: Ken McGuire

Kilkenny face Tullow in their last home game of 2014 and the club would love to see more local rugby fans on the sidelines.
Kilkenny's Brian Hogan and Aidan 'Taggy' Fogarty have announced their retirements from inter-county hurling in separate statements. Photos via KilkennyGAA.ie

See how fans and teammates have reacted to news of retirements by Brian Hogan and Aidan Fogarty this morning.
Aidan 'Taggy' Fogarty retires from inter-county hurling with Kilkenny. Photo: KilkennyGAA.ie

Aidan 'Taggy' Fogarty joins Tommy Walsh, David Herity and Brian Hogan in retirement from inter-county hurling.
O'Loughlin's club man Brian Hogan has announced his retirement from senior inter-county hurling with Kilkenny. Photo: Inpho.ie

Former captain Brian Hogan has announced his retirement from the inter-county hurling scene with Kilkenny.
David Herity, goalkeeper for Kilkenny's senior hurling side, has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling. Photo: Gaelic Players Association

Kilkenny has lost a second All-Ireland winning veteran as David Herity steps down from inter-county hurling at the age of 31.