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Thursday 9 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Cats Get The Cream

Last year
2022
# Cats Get The Cream
'Is there a way back?' to All-Ireland glory, 8 All-Stars and a star-studded Caribbean cruise
Brian Dowling and Miriam Walsh reflect on Kilkenny’s memorable 2022.
# Best of the best
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny lead the way with eight All-Star awards
It was a clean sweep for the Cats, with Miriam Walsh named Player of the Year and Brian Dowling taking the Manager of the Year accolade.
# Cats Get The Cream
Kilkenny outfight Galway and storm to Leinster three-in-a-row
TJ Reid’s 12 points drove the Cats to victory.
# Report
Goals key for Cats as Kilkenny secure deserved win over previously unbeaten Waterford
Goals in either half by Cillian Buckley and Billy Ryan ultimately proved the difference at UPMC Nowlan Park.
All time
# Cats Get The Cream
0-6 for Gaule as Kilkenny produce strong finish to claim league honours
The old foes contested for the top tier crown at Croke Park.
# Cats Get The Cream
Top Kilkenny forward lands biggest prize as champions dominate All-Star selection
The Cats scooped six awards, with Denise Gaule and Brian Dowling named Player and Manager of the Year respectively.
# Cats Get The Cream
Peamount stalwart and Wexford teenage sensation win big at end-of-season awards
Kilkenny pair Karen Duggan and Ellen Molloy claimed the Player and Young Player of the Season awards respectively.
# Camogie
Ruthless Kilkenny fire home 6-23 to bring high-flying Westmeath back down to earth
Denise Gaule and Miriam Walsh impressed for the Cats as Brian Dowling’s side maintained their good start to the All-Ireland camogie championship.
# top cats
Ann Downey effect still visible in Kilkenny through successor and former Cats hurler Dowling
Brian Dowling is channelling his inner Ann Downey.
# Cats Get The Cream
Venue change confirmed for league semi-final meeting of last year's top two
Nowlan Park will host the last four clash of 2018 All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Cork.
# Cats Get The Cream
All-Ireland winning Kilkenny boss staying on for a fourth season in 2019
Ann Downey delivered the O’Duffy Cup in her first year in charge in 2016.
# Cats Get The Cream
'A hell of an experience' - Zach Tuohy's sensational last-gasp winner Down Under
The Laois man was Geelong’s hero at the weekend.
# codebreaker
'I relished every moment of it' - Winning debut for Cats hurler Joyce in the AFL
What a rise it’s been as the 21-year-old played his part in St Kilda’s win over Melbourne.
# Cats Get The Cream
Kilkenny hold on for three-point success over Offaly to book Walsh Cup final place
Brian Cody’s side triumphed in Tullamore today.
# Cats Get The Cream
Ratified! DJ Carey named as Kilkenny's new U21 hurling manager
The nine-time All-Star was ratified at a county board meeting last night.
# Cats Get The Cream
Awesome Kilkenny claim another Leinster senior hurling crown
The Cats claimed a seven-point victory over Galway in this afternoon’s Croke Park decider.
# Cats Get The Cream
Major entertainment as Kilkenny’s minors overcome Clare
There is some consolation for Kilkenny, as the county’s minors beat Clare by two points in a classic minor match.