Kilkenny 1-29 0-22 Laois – Hurling Division 1 Result

Kilkenny vs Laois Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1

Kilkenny v Laois – UPMC Nowlan Park – 1:45pm – Live on TG4

Kilkenny are unbeaten this campaign with three wins from three from the opening rounds of the league. Brian Cody is still managing a side that look hungry to challenge again and looked phenomenal against Wexford, winning by a ten-point margin. 

They face a seriously out of form Laois side who have lost all three rounds of the league so far, Kilkenny should steamroll past this Laois side.

Form – last three results

Kilkenny – WWW (Win, Win, Win)

Laois – LLL (Lost, Lost, Lost)

League Position/Likely finishing outcome.


Current league position: 1st / Likely finishing outcome: 1st.  


Current league position: 6th / Likely finishing outcome: 6th

Players to watch:

Kilkenny: TJ Reid

Laois: PJ Sculy

Starting/Predicted Teams

Kilkenny Laois

  1. Eoin Murphy 1. Enda Rowland
    2. Tommy Walsh 2. Diarmuid Conway
    3. Huw Lawlor 3.Sean Downey
    4. Paddy Deegan 4.  Donnchadh Hartnett
    5. Darragh Corcoran 5. Jack Kelly
    6. Pádraig Walsh 6. Colm Stapleton
    7. Conor Browne 7. Conor Phelan
    8. Richie Reid 8.Fiachra C-Fennell
    9. Cillia Buckley 9. Paddy Purcell
    10. Adrian Mullen 10. James Ryan
    11. John Donnelly 11. Pj Sculy
    12. Billy Ryan 12. Ciaran Collier
    13. James Bergin 13. Eoin Gaughan
    14. TJ Reid 14. Ross King
    15. Alan Murphy 15. Matthew Whelan



Kilkenny: 1/100

Laois: 16/1   

Draw: 33/1


Kilkenny by 15pts


Kilkenny vs Wexford

Kilkenny vs Wexford Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1


Kilkenny vs Antrim Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1B

Kilkenny vs Antrim Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1B.

Team News
Kilkenny:: Darren Brennan; Tommy Walsh, Hu Lawlor, Paddy Deegan; David Blanchfield, Padraig Walsh, Conor Browne; Richie Reid, Cillian Buckley; Liam Blanchfield, Eoin Cody, Martin Keoghan; James Bergin, Adrian Mullen, Alan Murphy.

Antrim: Ryan Elliott; Stephen Rooney, Gerard Walsh, Damon McMullan; Eoghan Campbell, Paddy Burke, Joe Maskey; Neil McManus, Keelan Molloy; Michael Bradley, James McNaughton, Niall McKenna; Conal Cunning, Ciaran Clarke, Conor McCann.

1/50 Kilkenny
33/1 Antrim

Kilkenny -12 10/11
Antrim +12 10/11

Laois vs Clare: Hurling – Starting teams and Live score commentary

Its knockout hurling, Laois vs Clare:  Starting teams and Live score commentary for the match that starts at 1:15pm on Saturday.

Unlike the football Championship, the Hurling Championship is giving teams a second chance this year. The first qualifying round takes place on Saturday. First up, Laois and Clare do battle to stay in the competition.

Laois lost out to Dublin in their opener by fourteen points, failing to replicate last year’s upset. But, this was the stage of the competition where they came alive in 2019.

Laois were hit hard with absences for the Dublin game but there were silver linings among the wreckage. For example, Eamonn Dillon hit 1-1 off the bench to put his hand up for selection on Saturday. Likewise, Ronan Broderick, Fiachra Fennell and James Keyes made debuts to make up for the absentees such as Matthew Whelan, Joe Phelan, John Lennon, Eanna Lyons and Cha Dwyer.

The midlands county had a decent second half against Dublin. However, the concession of 1-17 in the first 35 minutes meant the damage was done. Furthermore, there was evidence of tired legs on the open Croke Park field in the final ten minutes. Hopefully this was just a result of a seven-month interval.

On the other hand, Clare fell to Limerick by ten points in the Munster Championship quarter-final. At half-time they were very much deadlocked with 2013 Player of the Year Tony Kelly leading them out.

But, it was Limerick who came out firing in the second half and soon Clare found themselves at a deficit they couldn’t overturn, despite Kelly’s heroics.

Clare are very much favourites to continue in the competition. Paddy Power have priced the Banner men at 1/20 versus Laois’ 8/1. Meanwhile, a draw is 20/1.

The winner will take on Wexford the following week after their loss to Galway last weekend.

The game is live on GAAGo.

Prediction: Clare.

Hurling All-Ireland Qualifier Round 1: Laois vs Claire, Saturday, November 7th, 13:15 (Nowlan Park).

GAA Fixtures – Munster & Leinster Hurling fixtures 2020


Kilkenny vs Clare



Kilkenny – D Brennan; C Browne, H Lawlor, C Wallace; C Delaney, P Deegan, D Mullen (0-1); C Buckley, A Murphy (0-7); A Mullen (0-2), J Donnelly (0-2), R Leahy (0-1); B Ryan (0-1), R Hogan (0-1), W Walsh (0-2). Subs: G Aylward (1-1) for A Mullen, T Walsh for C Browne, B Sheehan for R Hogan, E Cody (0-1) for B Ryan.

Clare – D Tuohy; L Corry, P O’Connor, J Browne; S O’Halloran, C Cleary A McCarthy; D McInerney, T Kelly (0-7); D Reidy (0-1), J Conlon (0-1), D McMahon; R Taylor (1-0), S O’Donnell (2-1), C Guilfoyle (0-1). Subs: A Shanahan for J Conlon, D Ryan (0-1) for C Guilfoyle, A Cunningham (0-1) for D Reidy, P Collins for R Taylor, S Morey for D McMahon.

Referee – L Gordon.

Kilkenny vs Dublin

Kilkenny – E Murphy; C Wallace, H Lawlor, C Delaney; M Cody, P Deegan (0-2), M Carey (0-1); C Fogarty (0-2), A Murphy (0-8); J Donnelly (0-1), W Walsh (0-2), R Leahy; B Ryan (2-0), G Aylward (1-0), N Brassil (0-2). Subs: M Keoghan (0-1) for G Aylward, J Maher for A Murphy, T Walsh for M Cody, B Sheehan (0-1) for B Ryan, L Scanlon (0-1) for N Brassil.

Dublin – A Nolan; P Smyth, E O’Donnell, J Madden; C Crummey (0-1), D Gray, C O’Callaghan; F Whitely, R McBride (0-1); T Connolly (0-1), D Sutcliffe (0-1), R Hayes (0-2); C Boland, O O’Rorke (0-6), E Dillon (0-2). Subs: S Moran (0-4) for F Whitely, J Malone for J Madden, M Schutte for C Boland, L McMullan for T Connolly, J Hetherton for R McBride.

Referee – P O’Dwyer.