FIELDS

KILFLYNN

Field is just before to villiage of Kilflynn.............as you are coming towards the villiage you will see a bridge....just before the bridge theres a turning on the left......take this road and byou will soon come to the field.












NENAGH CC



you can view Nenaghs new field here   CLICK HERE FOR NENAGH

DIRECTIONS TO FIELD....NENAGH DIRECTIONS CLICK HERE


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BALLYDUFF CC
 A good , medium lengh field with a nice steady rise all the way. Runs the North Kerry Cup


This Club has excellent fercillities,
•Indoor canteen which serves homemade soup, sandwiches, tea and coffee throughout the weekend
•Extensive parking
•Ladies and gents restrooms
•Covered bookies stand
                                         Work on car parking areas will be started soon   
A New CD.....Left In Slips is to be recorded in order to help fund this
You can still buy a Copy of Now In Slips from the club

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THURLES COURSING CLUB

To get the best view of this field you need to stand at the slippers hut
the running surface is excellent  and slowley rises to the escape







WEXFORD NEW FIELD

Directions to new Wexford coursing field




From Enniscorthy take the N11 to Wexford. From New Ross take N25 to Wexford. Both roads meet at the “New Ross Road roundabout”.

At the “New Ross Road Roundabout”, coming from New Ross take the third exit for Rosslare, and from Enniscorthy take the second exit for Rosslare.

Travel on the Rosslare Road (N25) for 2 miles to the “Duncannon Road Roundabout” (stay on the right lane), and take the third exit (sign posted Duncannon / Wellington Bridge).

Travel on the R733 and take the second left after leaving the roundabout (which is approx two miles from the roundabout).

At the second left on the R733, you will join the L7060 Road (Opposite the left turn is the Mountain Bar).

Travel on the L7060 for 0.5 miles, and the field is on the right (sign posted at that stage).

Field is 2.5 miles from “Duncannon Road Roundabout” and 5 miles from Wexford town

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LIXNAW COURSING CLUB


Lixnaw Coursing Club is situated approx 2.5 miles from the Village of Lixnaw in North Kerry. Coming from Limerick.  Take the main Listowel to Tralee Rd. Approx' 2 miles Tralee side of Listowel turn right on to the R557 (sign posted Lixnaw/Finuge). Stay on this road for approx 6 miles entering Lixnaw Village. At Foleys shop turn hard right...continue down village with church on your right. Road veers hard left...stay left.  Continue straight for approx 3 miles... coursing field on left... will be sign posted with committee members on Rd.

The coursing stretch is approx 340 yards with a gentle climb for about 270 yards with a slightly steeper climb for the remaining 70 yards to the escape.  Lixnaw C.C. were amongst the first, if not the first to completely enclose the feeding area of the escape with netting so as to exclude crows etc and therefore given hares complete shelter for feeding.

Facilities on the grounds include an all weather gallop accessed by a fob system which is opened on coursing days so as to allow handlers exit the field while removed from the crowd.  There is a purpose built stand towards the top of the field which is accessed by a gravel road from the bottom of the field.  As the Club own the field all structures are permanently in place including a concrete slippers hut.  Facilities also include centrally heated canteen where on coursing days, tea, coffee, soup, sandwiches etc are provided by our Ladies Catering Committee who were the inaugural winners of the Sporting Press Catering Award..The Club house is also accessible on coursing days to patrons where they can sit in the cosy surroundings of an open fire and peruse the historical pictures and articles of by gone days in the Clubs history. Internal Ladies and Gents toilets are also provided. Fresh water is proved on tap to dog owners and with ample parking for patrons and owners. Due to the lay out of the field, coursing can be viewed from either the stand side or parking side of the field. A number of external out houses are also available for owners to prepare dogs for coursing.