2018 Schools Int Cross Country UK

A great day for our four Kilkenny athletes in Wollaton Park, Nottingham, England, when all four gilrs were part of the Ireland teams that secured bronze medals. Hannah Kehoe (Gowran), Elenore Godden (KCH), Hannah O’Keeffe (Thomastown) and Tara Ramasawmy (St Senans) all representing their respective schools, were competing on the Irish team. The race was […]

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2018 ALL IRELAND RELAYS Day 3

With the rain pelting down our athletes were thankfully shielded within the indoor arena yesterday for the all ireland relay championships. There were a few individual field events, where the county had one medal winner in Jordan Knight of St Josephs who finished 2nd u16 in the long jump. KCH won the girls U14 team […]

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LEINSTER 10 MILE CHAMPIONSHIPS

On a cold, wet, chilly good friday morning in April 1014, the Battle of Clontarf claimed the lives of over 10,000 people. While praying for battle victory, High King Brian Boru (Bryan Boru) was slain in his tent by a passing Viking, Brodir of Man. He was triumphant on the day but he made the […]

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2018 NATIONAL INDOORS DAY 2

There surely must be a path worn from all parts of Kilkenny to Athlone at this stage – such is the frequency of our visits. The Boys u/16 200m produced the best results of the day with the much anticipated competition between two Thomastown resident athletes Jordan Knight and Zak Bays-Hammond. Jordan competing for St […]

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National Indoors Day 1

An arduous trip on snow laden roads, proved a worthwhile experience for County Kilkenny athletes today. The snow was at its worst in the south of the county, with much sliding in the snow and choosing alternate routes, a convoy of Kilkenny cars arrived in Athlone ready to take on the Nation. Ciara Deely of […]

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