Replying To southerncat79: "Check out the Kilkenny gaa website right now ,click on fixtures & then next 12 days option,click on that & you'll see a lot of Handpass ball fixtures & a lot of different clubs playing at all levels,off you go ,check it out & please stop referring to it as Football because my friend it's far from football ,"
it really must gall u that its still a way more popular game that hurling then, nd played by 100000s of thousands more adults, kids and girls than hurling is, hurling is big in 8 counties, the VERY same 8 counties as it was in 50s or 60s, its going no where and u know it
Replying To johnwhite12: "There is no tradition in football around the county, the only clubs really to play football are the ones bordering Wexford Laois. There is a club championship played in all grades. Regarding your comment about how many senior hurling clubs in north Kerry in the whole of Kilkenny there is only twelve senior clubs."
Hold on John- no tradition of football in KK. Kilkenny had three Leinster Senior Football titles won by 1911 and were second after Dublin, then powered by rakes of outsiders, in the roll of honour.