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Saturday, 27 May 2017 15:28

FELLAINI WOULD "BREAK BONES" FOR THE SPECIAL ONE.

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Marouane Fellaini claims he is willing to break bones for Jose Mourinho as he plans Manchester United stay 1Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho helps Marouane Fellaini squeeze the water bottle. Pic: Reuters / Phil Noble Livepic Jack Austin May 27 2017 2:50 PM 0           Marouane Fellaini has claimed he would be willing to break bones for Jose Mourinho as he plans to stay at Manchester United for the foreseeable future. The Belgian was bought under David Moyes and has often been the subject of United fans’ frustration during his four seasons at Old Trafford. However,…
Sunday, 09 April 2017 22:15

BENNETTSBRIDGE-BRED HORSE WINS THE GRAND NATIONAL

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Kilkenny bred horse wins Grand National 0 share One For Arthur wins Grand National John Dwan from Bennettsbridge yesterday continued Kilkenny's love affair with the world's most popular horse race. He bred One For Arthur winner of the Aintree Grand National at his farm in the village of Bennettsbridge. The sire was Milan and the dam Nonnetia. The most famous horse to win the race was Red Rum who triumphed three times in the mid 1970s. He was  bred in the Kilkenny village of Kells by the McEnery family not far from Bennettsbridge.
TJ Reid: "Cats haven’t even started hurling yet!" +     11             Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Shane Stapleton    TJ Reid has warned rivals Kilkenny have scarcely worked on their hurling yet this year.     The Cats attacker nailed 10 points against Dublin on Sunday to ensure a league quarter-final meeting with Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford on Sunday. It consigned the Dubs, who went down to 14 men after goalkeeper Gary Maguire was dismissed, to a relegation scrap with Clare this coming weekend. Conor Martin (1-5) and Liam Blanchfield (1-2) led the line for…
Sunday, 10 January 2016 18:05

Fabulous photo for Kilkenny Everton Supporters Club

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For Kieran Heffernan, Dominic Street; John Hackett, Kennyswell Road; Noel Lanigan of Emmet Street and all the Everton boys in Kilkenny. Oviedo  is back from injury and  got the official Man of the Match award yesterday (although Greg O’Keeffe tells me Mo Besic should have), and Bryan Oviedo is eyeing up a lengthy cup run this season. Here’s what he had to tell Everton’s official website after the win over Dagenham... “Sometimes these types of games can be difficult and we need to make sure we are at our best to win. We now need to continue and try to win this cup,…
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 01:35

Kilkennyman beat the Russian chess masters!

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We are indebted to that genial Kilkenny genius, Jim Hayes, for this fabulous story, investigation and report. Jim puts forward his own well researched theory as to who James Mason really was. Will we ever find out? But it goes to show the level of genius amongst the ordinary folk of Kilkenny, then and now...read on http://www.icu.ie/articles/display.php?id=57
Monday, 09 September 2013 23:26

Collins saw we were the best, c'mon Kilkenny!

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