Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club Notes:
Fifth Flanagan Cup Win for Granagh/Ballingarry
West Junior B Hurling League Final:
Granagh/Ballingarry 3-10 Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-17
Granagh/Ballingarry with a strong all-round team performance took their fifth West Junior B Hurling League title and the Seamus Flanagan Cup a first since defeating Askeaton by a point 1-11 to 0-13 in the 2016 decider at St. Kieran’s GAA Grounds in Coolcappa on Saturday 11th June with a hard fought two point 3-10 to 0-17 victory over unlucky Kildimo/Pallaskenry in ideal conditions at Adare on Tuesday 13th June.
The Adare officials had their pitch in top condition for this West B final played in front of a good crowd who gave great support to their teams with Billy Philips of Tornafulla in charge. It was a full-blooded contest and gave the crowd plenty of exciting hurling to savour with the issue in doubt right up to the final whistle. Kildimo/Pallaskenry no.15 Seán Hartigan opened the scoring with a well taken point from open play inside the opening minute before Granagh/Ballingarry no.14 John O’Grady with an opportunist goal to leave the black and greens two ahead 1-0 to 0-1 on two minutes. Then white flags were traded from open play by Brian Sheehy on 4 minutes and Conor McMahon on 6 minutes before a pair of white flags courtesy of Brian Sheehy on 7 minutes and Padraig mcKenna a minute later to extend the advantage to three 1-3 to 0-2 on 8 minutes. Then white flags were traded from open play by Brian Howard on 9 minutes and Ronan Mullane on 10 minutes before four white flags in as many minutes for Kildimo-Pallaskenry through Adam Butler (free), Ruarí Maher, Conor McMahon and Dylan Corrigan (play), to level the score Granagh/Ballingarry 1-4 Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-7 on 14 minutes. Then white flags were traded by Colm Noonan from a placed ball on 15 minutes and Sean Hartigan from green play on 20 and 22 minutes and Adam Butler from placed ball on 24 and 27 minutes to leave the blue and whites four ahead 0-12 to 1-5. A couple of wides were exchanged before Colm Noonan of Granagh/Ballingarry split the uprights from a placed ball on 30minutes to reduce the deficit to three, Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-12 Granagh/Ballingarry 1-6 at the interval. Granagh/Ballingarry substitute Jim O’Keeffe from open play and Seán Hartigan from a placed ball traded white flags from placed balls by Granagh/Ballingarry no. 11 Colm Noonan on 35 and 37 minutes reduced the deficit to one 0-13 to 1-9. A couple of wides were exchanged before Seán Hartigan split the uprights from a placed ball to increase the Kildimo/Pallaskenry boys’ advantage to two 0-14 to 1-9 on 40 minutes. Both sides were guilty of inaccurate striking in the next six minutes before Granagh/Ballingarry were awarded a free in front of goal which substitute Owen Lynch send to the back of the Kildimo/Pallaskenry net to the boys from Knockfierna one ahead 2-9 to 0-14 on 47 minutes. A couple of wides were exchanged before Sean Hartigan landed his fifth white flags from open play for Kildimo/Pallaskenry to level the score at Granagh/Ballingarry 2-9 Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-5 on 51 minutes. Then after five minutes of scoreless play Granagh/Ballingarry no.11 Denis Noonan landed his fifth white flag from a placed ball on 57 minutes cancelled out from open play by Conor McMahon a minute later to level the score again Granagh/Ballingarry 2-10 Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-16 on 58 minutes. Then the game turned nicely in favour of Granagh/Ballingarry when a line ball cut in by substitute Richie O’Keeffe was finished past Kildimo/*Pallaskenry keeper James Mason do put the boys in black and green three ahead 3-10 to 0-16 on 60 minutes. A couple of wides were exchanged before Ruairí Maher of Kildimo/Pallaskenry split the uprights following a good solo run to reduce the deficit to two on 62 minutes. The final few minutes of injury time were very exciting as the Kildimo/Pallaskenry boys created a cople of scoring chances which they failed to convert to leave Granagh/Ballingarry at the final whistle if only just two point 3-10 to 0-17 winners of their fifth West Junior B Hurling league title a first since 2016 and the Seamus Flanagan Prepetual Cup Granagh/Ballingarry scored 3-5 from play and 0-5 from frees.
Granagh/Ballingarry: Keith O’Kelly, Mickie O’Keeffe, Eoin Enright, Ger Ryans, Marcus Moore, John Carroll (captain), Brendan Lynch, Pat Carroll, Ronan Mullane (0-1), Brian Sheehy (0-2), Colm Noonan (0-5 frees), Gearoid Lynch, Eoin Horgan, John O’Grady (2-0), Padraig McKenna (0-1). Subs used: Thomas O’Donovan, Jim O’Keeffe (0-1), Owen Lynch (1-0 free), Eoin Herlihy and Richie O’Keeffe other players used in the course of the competition Niall Carroll Kevin Condron, Edward Sheehy, Brian Mulqueen, Dean Clancy Eoin Lynch, Mark O’Shea and Jack Hartnett.
Kildimo/Pallaskenry: James Mason, Marc O’Shea, Cian Hayes, Seamus Stokes, Brian Howard (0-1), Keel Moloney, Edward McLoughlin, Darragh Walsh, Ciaran Downes, Conor McMahon (0-2) Dylan Corrigan (0-1), Ciaran McMahon (0-1), Adam Butler (0-3 frees), Ruairí Maher (0-2), Seán Hartigan (0-7, 2 frees). Subs used: Brendan Maskill, Naoise McGarrigle, Kevin O’Connell.
After the game West Board Treasurer Jim Enright congratulated Granagh/Ballingarry on a winning their fifth West Limerick Junior B hurling title and a first since 2016 praised Kildimo/Pallaskenry for their part in a hard-fought close final and wished Granagh/Ballingarry the best of luck in the county semi-final. He complimented referee Billy Philips and his officals and the Adare club for having everything in top class order. He then presented the Seamus Flanagan Prepetual Cup to winning Granagh/Ballingarry captain John Carroll to the joy of the Granagh/Ballingarry supporters. John complimented the referee and his officials and the Adare club on a job well done, thanked the players and the management team, Conor O’Keeffe, David Clancy, Andrew Holmes, Eoin Cahill and first aid official Niamh O’Keeffe and all the supporters and called for their hearty cheers for a sporting Kildimo/Pallaskenry and wish them the best of luck in the city championship.
Path to 2023 West Junior B League Title
Group 1 Round 1: Granagh/Ballingarry 4-20, Monagea 1-8. Round 2: Granagh/Ballingarry 1-15 Kildimo Pallaskenry 3-6 Round 3 Granagh/Ballingarry 2-17 Knockaderry 2-9. Round 4 Granagh/Ballingarry 5-17 Tournafulla 0-14. Round 5 Granagh/Ballingarry W.O Newcastle West Scr.
Semi Final Granagh/Ballingarry 3-14 Croagh/Kilfinny 1-3 Final Granagh/Ballingarry 3-10 Pallaskenry 0-17.
Granagh/Ballingarry West Junior B Hurling League Winning Sides:
Tuesday June 15th 2010 Final at Coolcappa
Granagh/Ballingarry 2-10 Kileedy 3-2
Granagh/Ballingarry Conor Mulqueen, Kieran O’Donovan, David O’Hanlon, Peter O’Donovan, Shane Clifford, Brian Fitzgerald, Eoin Cahill, Martin Treacy (0-7), Pat Carroll, Kieran Condron, Eoin Barrett, Paul O’Brien (0-1), Mark Snow, Shane Mulqueen (captain) (2-1), Neil Dunworth (0-1). Subs used: Mark Tierney, John O’Grady. Other panel members used in the course of the league were James Hayes, Conor Hogan, Derry Murphy, Darragh O’Grady, Evan Fox, John O’Sullivan, Mickie O’Keeffe, Kevin Forde, Marcus Moore, Michael Corrigan, Niall Cahill, Kevin Trainor, Brian Healy and Michael O’Rourke.
Wednesday 20th June 2012 Final at Coolcappa:
Granagh/Ballingarry 4-13 Feohonagh Castlemahon 1-13
Granagh/Ballingarry: Jimmy Sheils (0-1), Neil Dunworth, Perter O’Donovan (captain), Michael O’Rourke, Eoin Casey, Brian Fitzgerald (1-2), Sean Linehan, Kevin Trainor (1-4), Michael Clancy (0-1), Padraig Lynch (0-1), Keiran Condron (0-1), Paul O’Brien (0-1), David O’Keeffe (1-1), Niall Carroll, Alan Chawke. Subs: Pa Healy (1-1), Paul Kenneally, Nial Fitzgerald, Colm Noonan, Mark Tierney, Mike Houlihan, Mark Snow, Martin Tracey, Pat Carroll, Darren Clifford, Conor Hogan, Kieran O’Donovan, Stephen Stapleton, Kevin Moynihan, Kevin Forde, Brian Healy.
Tuesday June 16th 2015 at Final at Coolcappa
Granagh/Ballingarry 1-17 Tournafulla 2-13
Granagh/Ballingarry: Conor Mulqueen, Patrick Potter, Eoin Cahill, Stephen Hickey, Mark Tierney, Eoin Casey (0-2), Brendan Lynch, Michael Walsh, Brian Fitzgerald, Jack O’Donoghue (0-1), Kieran Condron, Niall Cahill, Padraig Lynch (0-3), John O’Grady (1-10), Richie O’Keeffe (0-1), Subs Used: Mark Snow, Edward Sheehy, Kevin Forde, Gordan Cagney, other members used in the course of the competition Michael O’Rourke, Mickie O’Keeffe, Patrick Shelton, Niall Carroll, Kevin Mulcahy, Alan Chawke, Kevin O’Kelly, James Hayes, Aaron Smith, Brian Noonan, Sean Linehan and Jimmy Sheils.
Saturday 11th June 2016 Final at Coolcappa
Granagh/Ballingarry 1-11 Askeaton 0-13
Granagh/Ballingarry: Jimmy Sheils, Stephen Hickey, Eoin Cahill, Mickie O’Keeffe, Michael O’Rourke (captain), John O’Grady, Kieran O’Donovan, Brendan Lynch, Mark Snow (0-1), Thomas O’Donovan (0-7, 4 frees), Brian Fitzgerald (0-1), Marcus Moore, Eoin Casey (1-2), Eoin Kennedy, Brian Noonan. Subs used: Kevin Trainor, Keiran Condron, other members on the panel in the course of the league: Conor Mulqueen, Michael Walsh, Patrick Shelton, Kevin O’Kelly, Nial Dunworth, Nail Carroll, Richie O’Keeffe, Edward Sheehy, Kevin Mulcahy, Niall McCarthy, Darragh O’Grady.
O’Keeffe Late Point Seals First County B Final Spot since 2016
County Junior B Hurling League Semi-Final
Granagh/Ballingarry 0-16 Cappamore 2-9
A well-taken point from out near the sideline by second half substitute Richie O’Keeffe five minutes into added time paved the way for a thrilling one point 0-16 to 2-9 victory for the West Winners Granagh/Ballingarry over unlucky East King pins Cappamore at Staker Wallace GAA Grounds in Kilbreedy on Saturday evening to qualify for their first county Junior B Hurling League final since defeating Blackrock 3-10 to 1-9 in the 2016 decider against city winners Caherline. Tomorrow Thursday 22nd June in Kilbreedy at 8pm. The Staker Wallace groundsmen had the pitch in top class condition for the county Junior B Hurling League semi-final despite the heavy rains prior to the game played in front of a big crowd, who gave great support to their sides with Paddy Lyons of the local club in charge. The opening four minutes at Kilbreedy were close and exciting with points traded by Cian Noonan (play) and Shane Duggan Colm Noonan and Jack Conin (free), before a pair of white flags were traded from placed balls for Granagh/Ballingarry through the no.11 Colm Noonan in the 6th and 8th minute to leave the West winners two ahead 0-4 to 0-2 a couple of wides were exchanged before a pair of white flags for the Cappamore boys through Ben Leonard from a placed ball on 12 minutes and Jack Leonard from open play three minutes later for 0-4 each at the end of the third quarter. Granagh/Ballingarry up their game in the next nine minutes with a trio of unanswered white flags through Brian Sheehy, Colm Noonan and Jim O’Keeffe to leave the boys in black and green three ahead 0-7 to 0-4 on 24 minutes. The Cappamore boys far from being overawed with a cracking goal by their no. 9 Kevin Ryan on 26 minutes to lvel the score for the second time. Granagh/Ballingarry 0-7 Cappamore 1-4 four minutes from the interval a couple of wides were exchanged before Colm Noonan split the uprights from open play two minutes into added time to send the Granagh/Ballingarry boys in at the interval lead by one 0-8 to 1-4.
Cappamore dominated the opening five minutes after the interval with white flags through Shane Duggan and Jack Leonad followed up with a green flag by their no. 13 to leave the east Champions fopur ahead 2-6 to 0-8 on 35 minutes. Then
White flags traded by Colm Noonan (free) on 37 minutes and Ben Leonard (play) on 38 minutes, Eoin Horgan (play) on 40 minutes and Jack Leonard (free) on 42 minutes before Granagh/Ballingarry No 13 Eoin Horgan split the uprights from open play for the second time three minutes later to reduce the deficit to three, Cappamore 2-8, Granagh/Ballingarry 0-11 at the end of the third quarter.
Then white flags were traded from open play by Colm Noonan on 47 minutes to bring his tally for the game to 0-8 (5 frees) and Conor O’Brien two minutes later to leave Cappamore again three ahead, 2-9 to 0-12 on 49 minutes. Then after five minutes of scoreless play the final six minutes plus belonged to Granagh/Ballingarry. Second half substitute Richie O’Keeffe with four unanswered white flags from open play on 54 minutes and placed balls on 56 and 60 minutes before he landed the match-winning point from out near the side-line four minutes into added time to send Granagh/Ballingarry into their first County Junior B Hurling League Final since defeating Blackrock 3-10 to 1-9 in the 2016 decider against city winners Caherline tomorrow Thursday 22nd July on a full time score of 0-16 to 2-9 after a most enjoyable close hard fought contest. Granagh/Ballingarry scored 0-9 from play and 0-7 from frees, Cappamore scored 2-7 from play and 0-2 from frees.
Granagh/Ballingarry: Keith O’Kelly, Brendan Lynch, Eoin Enright, Ger Ryan, Marcus Moore, Jim Carroll (captain), Ronan Mullane, Pat Carroll, Brian Sheehy (0-1), Owen Lynch, Colm Noonan (0-8 5 frees), Eoin Herlihy, Eoin Horgan (0-2), Jim O’Keeffe (0-1), Padraig McKenna. Subs used: Richie O’Keeffe (0-4 2 frees) Eoin Lynch, Mickey O’Keeffe, Mick Carroll.
Cappamore scorers: Kevin Ryan 1-0 No 13 1-0, Jack Leonard (0-4 2 free), Shane Duggan (0-2), Ben Leonard (0-2) Conor O’Brien.
Referee: Paddy Lyons (Stake Wallace)
Granagh/Ballingarry Bid to Bridge Seven-Year Gap:
County Junior B Hurling League Final
Tremendous support is anticipated at Staker Wallace GAA Grounds in Kilbreedy tomorrow Thursday 22nd June at 8pm for the eagerly awaited meeting of champions Granagh/Ballingarry in the west and city kingpins Caherline in the County Junior B Hurling League Final.
This is the climax of the 2023 County Junior B Hurling League Final and the trophy on offer is the County Board Cup. Both sides are in the final on merit after playing a lot of ground hurling. Caherline will be contesting their second final and seeking their second title after defeating Templeglantine in the 2006 decider Granagh/Ballingarry are contesting their fourth final after going under to Dromin/Athlacca 4-13 to 2-8 in the 2010 decider at Ballyagran on Thursday 1st July and Munster and All Ireland champions Doon by five points 2-12 to 0-13 in the 2015 final at Hospital on Thursday 25th June were back to contest their third decider in 2016 at Fitzgerald Park, Kilmallock having lost narrowly five county championship finals to Monaleen in 2002, Newcastlewest in 2003, St. Kieran’s in 2004, Bruree in 2008 and Monaleen again in 2015) and two County League Finals (to Dromin/Athlacca in 2010 and Doon in 2015) Granagh/Ballingarry Junior B hurlers finally came in from the cold when they defeated Blackrock in the 2016 League Final on Thursday 16th June.
Granagh/Ballingarry: Jimmy Shiels, Patrick Shelton, Eoin Cahill captain, Kieran Condron, Kieran O’Donovan, John O’Grady 0-1, Stephen Hickey, Brendan Lynch, Mark Snow 0-2, Brian Noonan 1-1, Brian Fitzgerald 0-1, Eoin Kennedy 0-3 2 drees, Eoin Casey, Damien O’Donovan 0-1, Kevin O’Kelly 0-1. Subs used Neil Dunworth, Cathal O’Keeffe 1-0, Conor Mulqueen 1-0, other members of the panel were Thomas O’Donovan, Mickie O’Keeffe, Marcus Moore, Michael Walsh, Niall Caroll, Richie O’Keeffe, Edward Sheehy, Kevin Mulcahy, Niall McCarthy and Conor Hogan.
Paths To The Final:
Caherline City: Round 1Caherline 1-16, Pallasgreen 2-12.
Round 2 South Liberties 3-16, Caherline 1-15. Round 3 Caherline 3-18, Crecora/Manister 1-15. Round 4: Caherline 2-15, Mungret/St. Pauls 2-10. Round 5 Caherline w/o, Ballybrown scr.
Semi Final: Caherline 3-15, Mungret/St. Pauls 2-17.
City Final: Caherline 1-25, South Liberties 3-16.
County Junior B Hurling League Semi Final
Caherline 3-13, Glenroe 1-14.
West Group 1: Round 1 Granagh/Ballingarry 4-20, Monagea 1-8. Round 2: Granagh/Ballingarry 1-15, Kildimo/Pallaskenry 3-6. Round 3: Granagh/Ballingarry 2-17, Knockaderry 2-9. Round 4: Granagh/Ballingarry 5-17, Tournafulla 0-14. Round 5: Granagh/Ballingarry w/o Newcastlewest scr.
Semi Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 3-14, Croagh/Kilfinny 1-13.
West Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 3-10, Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-17.
County Junior B Hurling League Semi Final
Granagh/Ballingarry 0-16, Cappamore 2-9.
Hopefully all the Gaels in Granagh and Ballingarry will travel to give support to the Junior B hurlers and the management team of Conor O’Keeffe, David Clancy, Andrew Holmes, Eoin Cahill and first aid official Niamh O’Keeffe in Kilbreedy tomorrow evening at 8pm in their bid to bring the County Junior B Hurling League Cup back to the parish and club for the second time and a first since 2016.
West Senior Hurling Championship Final
Adare 1-20, Croagh/Kilfinny 1-18.
South Senior Hurling Championship Final
Kilmallock 2-29, Garryspillane 3-12.
City Senior Hurling Championship Final
Na Piarsaigh w/oMungret/St. Paul’s scr.
North Junior B Hurling League Final
Granagh/Ballingarry 0-16, Cappamore 2-9; Caherline 3-13, Glenroe 1-14.
City Junior B Hurling League Final
Caherline 1-25, South Liberties 3-16.
East Junior B Hurling League Final
Cappamore 2-26, Murroe/Boher 2-12.
County Junior A Hurling League Final
Ballybrown 1-16, Bruree 0-14.
County Senior Football League Semi Final
St. Kieran’s 5-13, Galtee Gaels 1-11.
County Junior A Football League Semi Final
Ballylanders 0-11, Ballybrown 0-10.
South East Intermediate Football League Final
Mungret/St. Pauls 1-13, Camogue Rovers 1-11
County Intermediate Football League Final
Mungret/St. Pauls 2-14, Cappagh 0-8
All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Preliminary Quarter Finals
Tipperary 7-38, Offaly 3-18; Dublin 2-25, Carlow 0-21.
Tailteann Cup Senior Football Quarter Finals
Laois 1-14, Limerick 0-14; Meath 2-23, Wexford 0-12; Down 1-17, Cavan 0-15; Antrim 1-19, Carlow 1-15.
June County Club Draw:
The next Limerick County GAA Club draw is on Saturday 10th June with a top prize of €10,000.
There are a host of other prizes to be won – 2nd €3,000, 3rd €2,000, 4th €1,000, 5th hotel break, 6th to 9th €500, 10th to 13th €300, 14th to 30th €200. Granagh Ballingarry had approximately 117 members in the first draw in April. If you would like to still renew your membership, please follow the link Limerickgaa.ie/clublimerick-draw-signup/ and select Granagh Ballingarry GAA Club and the number of draws you wish to sign up for, you may also contact the Granagh Ballingarry GAA Club draw co-ordinator Stephen Stapleton on 086-1960301. Note all new members to be included in the May draw must be in by today Wednesday 21st June at 12 noon.
Murphy’s Late Point Denies Limerick Semi Final Spot:
Tailteann Cup Senior Football Semi Final
Hard luck to the Limerick senior footballers and their management team whose brave bid to reach the Tailteann Cup semi final just failed when going under to Laois by three points courtesy of a late Colm Murphy goal at Páirc na nGael on Saturday.
Best of luck to Granagh/Ballingarry students and students everywhere who are doing their Leaving and Junior Certificate examinations at the moment.
The Granagh Ballingarry Cúl Camp will be held in Granagh Ballingarry GAA Club grounds in Ballingarry from Monday July 3rd to Friday 7th July. Booking is now accepted online on www.kellogs.gaa.ie/booking.
Granagh Ballingarry players membership can still be renewed online at www.foireann.ie. Any players not currently registered who incur injury will not be covered by GAA Insurance and will have to cover all costs including medical and loss of earnings. So, we ask all players to register at www.foireann.ie as soon as possible Adult members €40 student €25.
Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club’s tops, hoodies, tracksuits, jackets, shorts and socks can now be ordered online at www.larochasports.ie product-category/clubs/granagh/ballingarry
2023 County Football Championship Launch:
The launch of the Limerick County, Senior, Intermediate, Premier and Junior A Football Championship will take place on Monday 26th June at Fitzgerald’s Woodlands House Hotel, Adare. Clubs are asked to send two people to the media launch, preferably the team captain and manager for pictures with the sponsors. It is hoped that the whole event will be over in 30 minutes/person attending is asked for to wear the club jersey won on match day by their respective club.
Timetable for the launch is as follows:
Senior Football 6.30pm.
Intermediate Football 7.15pm.
Premier Junior and Junior A Football 8pm.
Check out our website at www.granaghballingarry.ie for all the latest club news. Our club website is updated regularly and is well worth a visit. You can also follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/granaghballingarrygaa and twitter at www.twitter.com/granaghballingarrygaa
€10,400 Jackpot on Saturday:
There was no winner of the €10,200 jackpot in the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club Lottery draw on Saturday 17th June in the Rock Bar, Ballingarry. The numbers drawn were 21, 26, 28 and 31. The lucky dips of €20 each went to Geraldine Mulqueen promoter online, Eilish Noonan promoter Dinny A’s Bar Ballingarry, Pat Lane promoter John English, Gerard McCarthy promoter Pat Cagney.
The next draw for a jackpot of €10,400 will be held on Saturday 24th June in Denny A’s, Granagh. Tickets are €2 each or three for €5 and are on sale in local shops, bars and promoters. You can also play the weekly draw online and the link is available on the club’s Facebook and Twitter which finishes at 6pm every Saturday.
Thank you for your continued support.
County Premier Junior Football Championship
Group 2 Round 1 and 2:
2022 County Junior A football champions Granagh/Ballingarry open their County Premier Junior Football Championship campaign on Friday 30th June when they travel to Newcastlewest to play Athea at 7.30pm. Quaid Park, Coolyroe is the venue on Sunday 9th July at 7.30pm for the Round 2 meeting with Newcastlewest. Your support for the boys in black and green on both evenings would be appreciated.
Wednesday 21st June
County Senior Football League Final
St. Kieran’s v Monaleen in Askeaton at 7.30pm.
County Intermediate Hurling League Final
Askeaton v Knockainey in Mungret at 7.30pm.
Thursday 22nd June
County Junior B Hurling League Final
Granagh/Ballingarry v Caherline in Kilbreedy at 8pm.
County Junior A Football League Final
Mountcollins v Ballylanders in Ballyagran at 8pm.
Saturday June 24th
County Intermediate Hurling League Final
Patrickswell v Knockainey/Askeaton in Claughaun or Croagh at 7.30pm.
All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals
Clare v Dublin in Páirc na nGael at 4pm; Galw3ay v Tipperary in Páirc na nGael at 6.15pm.