What is it that makes Kilkenny hurling so special?
Kilkenny fans are often slated for not being the best supporters of the game, but if the truth were told they are some of the greatest supporters.
For anyone that has ever visited Kilkenny City, they quickly become aware of the passion people have for hurling and for the greats that have become masters of the game.
It has shaped local society and is always at the heart of community and clubs around the county. Fortunately the first weekend in September has become a near annual trip to Croke Park for the last decade for Kilkenny fans and that has created some of the greatest traditions in the community.
So Michael Lyng Motors are asking Kilkenny fans to share those magic moments that make Kilkenny supporters some of the greatest.
From hanging your bunting, visiting Nolan Park for team trainings, heading to Flannery’s and Coppers the Saturday night, the fry in the morning, the drive to Dublin, the family outing to Croker, meeting friends in the Big Tree, entering the stadium, the tea and sandwiches at half time and last but not least the trip to City West to meet the team.
Tell it as it is!
Win lose or draw Kilkenny supporters always turn up to greet the players in all weather conditions with the greatest cheer after finals.
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