Ardclough are fielding with different amalgamations in different under-age grades for hurling in 2013, here’s a guide to them. Killard: Around since around 2008, this is an amalgamation between Ardclough and Kill. It’s most noted wins were the 2008 Minor Championship and the 2010 U-21 Hurling Championship. Ard Ceann Fuaid: Started in 2012 and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A strong Killard team have deservedly made the Final of the Division 2 Kildare Hurling Féile, after five wins from five in the group stages. The Killard panel of thirty players, which is made up of 50/50 split between Ardclough and Kill hurlers, started their campaign with high scoring wins over Clane, Kilcock and Ros […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Killard U-14 hurlers will aim to continue their impressive start to their Division 2 Feile campaign next Monday evening (8th) when they make an away trip to face Rosglas in the third round of games. To date the team have recorded victories over Clane and Kilcock. Last week the U-14’s defeated Clane away on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Killard’s U-21 Hurling Championship Semi-Final will take place this Saturday at 7.30pm. The reward for defeating Clane the last time out is a meeting with Naas, in Naas. Both sides will be very familiar with each other, with many players having faced-off in the 2009 Minor Hurling Championship Final at Carton House that Naas […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Killard’s clash with Clane will now take place next weekend as the Kildare U-21 Hurling Championship has been put back a week. U-21 Games were due to be played on the 10/11th November but have been delayed to allow for Kildare Minor Hurling finals to be played. Killard now play Clane on Sunday 18th […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The draws have been made for the 2012 U-21 Hurling Championships and Killard will again play in the ‘A’ competition. In Round 1 they take on Clane, the team who knocked them out of last year’s Championship. The game will take place in Clane on the weekend of the 10/11 November and should Killard progress […]Continue Reading... No Comments.