ANOTHER BUSY WEEK IN MUNSTER CHAMPIONSHIP FARE WITH A PROVINCIAL TITLE
Last week was another busy one in Munster Championship fare with a Provincial Title won.
The week started on Wednesday 4th. May in TUS Gaelic Grounds was the venue for the oneills.com Munster Under 20 Hurling Championship Final where Limerick played Tipperary in front of a crowd of 4,851 in excellent playing conditions, the game was a very tight affair all through, at the end Limerick prevailed to win by 1.25 to 2.18 in what was excellent game of hurling by both teams. There was great scenes of jubilation when Limerick team Captain, Jimmy Quilty was presented with the JJ Kenneally Perpetual Memorial Cup. On the following evening Thursday 5th May, it was another Limerick and Tipperary fixture, when the Minor footballers met in the Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 Final in Mallow, where Tipperary proved best to win by 1.14 to 1.04. On Sunday 8th. May it was back to TUS Gaelic Grounds for the third instalment of the Limerick and Tipperary Munster Championship clash in a week, this time in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 3 game played in front of 27,141 spectators, again another exciting game, that saw Limerick get on top late in the game to record a 3.21 to 0.23 to record their third championship win
The coming weekend will see both the Senior Footballers and Hurlers back in Munster Championship action, on Saturday evening, the Footballers play Tipperary in the Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final in Semple Stadium Thurles at 7pm while on Sunday afternoon the Senior Hurlers travel to Cusack Park Ennis to play Clare in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 4 game at 4pm.
Saturday May 14th
2022 Munster GAA Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Tipperary v Limerick
Venue: FBD Semple Stadium Thurles at 7pm
Referee: Paddy Neilan (Roscommon)
Extra time if necessary (Result on the Day)
Sunday May 15th
2022 Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Round 4
Clare v Limerick
Venue: Cusack Park Ennis at 4pm
Referee: Colm Lyons (Cork).