The county confirmed this evening that the former Clare hurler was leaving his position.
Jim McGuinness saluted his players for the honesty and commitment they showed in yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
The Cats manager has had plenty battles with the Premier over the years.
One Kilkenny hurler knows he will be watching on next Sunday.
Donegal and Kerry understandably dominate this week’s selection.
From the 25th minute on, Donegal outscored Dublin by 3-10 to 0-8 in Croke Park yesterday.
Our columnist holds his hands up and admits he never saw a Donegal win coming and heaps praise on a resurgent Kieran Donaghy.
There’s no reason Ireland can’t become the home of college football in Europe.
The 36-times capped hooker will provide cover in a position where the province have been injury-hit.
So much change means very little is certain for the northern province.
Thousands of passengers all over the world will be able to watch the decider between Kilkenny and Tipperary.
Anthony Foley will be keen for an emphatic win over Edinburgh on Friday to quash doubts over squad morale.
“People say time’s a healer. I don’t agree with that. It just adds to the pain ‘cos you realise ‘no, this is real. He’s gone’”.
Matt O’Connor is braced for a serious test to start the new season this weekend.
Kevin McStay leads a list of possible candidates to take charge of the Connacht champions.
Should Kilkenny start King Henry against Tipperary?