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Kilkenny Could Have A New Honour For Henry Shefflin

Kilkenny Could Have A New Honour For Henry Shefflin
By Liam Godinho Updated

Picture credit: Paul Mohan / SPORTSFILE

Although Henry Shefflin didn't get to add to his nine All-Irelands and 11 All Star awards in 2013, the Kilkenny hurler could still collect an honour this year.

According to the Kilkenny People, a new pedestrian bridge in Kilkenny city centre could be named after Shefflin.

President of the Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce and Industry Donie Butler suggested naming the bridge after Shefflin on KCLR radio and it is beginning to take hold. The bridge is due to be opened by 24 November but has not yet been named, with the Borough Council still taking suggestions.

Does Kilkenny really need another bridge? Or are they building it just so they can name it after King Henry?

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