Munster Club Junior Championship Finals

Junior Hurling
Dripsey (Cork) 2-11 Kilgarvan (Kerry) 1-3

Junior Football

Skellig Rangers (Kerry) 0-11 Bruff (Limerick) 0-7
Match Report

Munster Post-Primary Schools Results

Corn an Uachtaráin U/18 ½ “B” Football
26/11/2008 Bandon H.S. 0-11 3-08 Carrigaline C.S.

Corn an Iognáid Rís U/16 ½ “C” Hurling
3/12/2008 Tramore CBS 3-15 1-07 Scoil Iosaif, Kilmalliock

Corn Mhic Craith U/15 “C” Football
3/12/2008 Mercy Mounthawk 4-08 2-06 Mitchelstown CBS

Corn Mhic Ruairí U/18 ½ “C” Hurling
13/11/2008 Col. An Phiarsaigh 2-14 1-14 St. Munchin’s Limerick
28/11/2008 St. Augustine’s 0-20 1-11 Kilmallock

Corn na Banndan U/15 “B” Football
13/11/2008 St. Caimins Shannon 4-06 3-07 P.S. Corcha Dhuibhne
14/11/2008 DLS Waterford 1-01 6-16 Clonmel HS
14/11/2008 St. Augustine’s 2-12 2-06 P.S. Sliabh Luachra
26/11/2008 Clonmel H.S. 3-09 2-03 St. Caimins Shannon
1/12/2008 Midleton CBS 3-08 2-06 A.E.T. St. Augustines, Dungarvan
12/12/2008 Midleton CBS 4-08 2-08 Clonmel CBS

Corn Uí Mhóráin U/15 “A” Football
26/11/2008 Tralee CBS 2-10 4-11 St. Brendan’s Killarney

Corn an Rianaigh U/16 ½ “A” Hurling
27/11/2008 St. Flannan’s Ennis 1-07 1-09 Ardscoil Rís Limerick

Corn an Artaigh U/18 ½ “A” Hurling
3/12/2008 St. Flannan’s Ennis 1-14 1-06 Midelton CBS

Corn Uí Mhuirí U/18 ½ “A” Hurling
3/12/2008 St. Fachtna’s 2-15 2-13 A.E.T. St. Brendan’s Killarney
10/12/2008 St. Brendan’s Killarney 3-08 3-07 St. Colman’s Fermoy

Corn an Chuinneánaigh U/16 ½ “B” Hurling
26/11/2008 Doon CBS 1-07 4-13 Charleville CBS
2/12/2008 Char;eville CBS 0-08 0-06 Nenagh CBS

County Senior Hurling and Football Finals in Munster

The 2008 County Senior Hurling and Football Finals will be played in the coming weeks in the Munster counties.

Clare Senior Hurling Final
Clonlara 1-12 Newmarket on Fergus 1-9

Clare Senior Football Final
Kilmurry-Ibrickane 0-11 Liscannor 0-5 – Match Report

Cork Senior Hurling Final
Sarsfields 2-14 Bride Rovers 2-13

Cork Senior Football Final
Nemo Rangers 0-13 Douglas 0-5

Kerry Senior Hurling Final
Kilmoyley 2-18 Causeway 0-8

Kerry Senior Football Final
Mid Kerry 2-8 Kerins O’Rahillys 2-8

Kerry Senior Football Final Replay
Mid Kerry 1-7 Kerins O’Rahillys 0-9

Limerick Senior Hurling Final
Adare 0-13 Ahane 0-8

Limerick Senior Football Final
Dromcollogher/Broadford 2-15 Ballylanders 1-8

Tipperary Senior Hurling Final
Toomevara 2-14 Thurles Sarsfields 0-17

Tipperary Senior Football Final
Galtee Rovers 0-7 Cahir 0-5

Waterford Senior Hurling Final
De La Salle 0-11 Abbeyside 0-9

Waterford Senior Football Final
The Nire 2-5 Ballinacourty 0-11

Waterford Senior Football Final Replay
The Nire 0-12 Ballinacourty 0-8

Munster Club Senior Football Championship Final

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) 0-6

Kilmurry Ibrickane (Clare) 0-5

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) won their first ever Munster Club Senior Football Championship title thanks to a 0-6 to 0-5 victory over Kilmurry Ibrickane (Clare). Match Report

Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Final

De La Salle (Waterford) 1-9 Adare (Limerick) 0-10

De La Salle of Waterford came from five point down to defeat Adare of Limerick to capture the Munster Club Senior Hurling title for the first time in their history.

Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship Final

St. Michaels Foilmore (Kerry) 2-13

Kilmihill (Clare) 0-7

Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final

Blarney (Cork) 2-7 Broadford (Clare) 0-3 – Blarney (Cork) are the 2008 Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Champions following a 2-7 to 0-3 victory over Broadford of Clare in the Final.

Munster Club Senior Football Championship Final

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) v Kilmurry Ibrickane (Clare), Gaelic Grounds, 2.00pm

Cork and Kerry clubs have dominated the Munster scene over the years but this year it’s the turn of Limerick and Clare to take centre stage as Dromcollogher-Broadford and Kilmurry-Ibrickane head for next Sunday’s provincial decider at the Gaelic Grounds. It will be Dromcollogher-Broadford’s first outing in the Munster final but the manner of their victory over Munster and All-Ireland specialists Nemo Rangers in the semi-final suggests that they are well ready for the challenge. They will be looking to the likes Jason Stokes, Michael Reidy, Sean Buckley and Garret Noonan for inspiration against Kilmurry-Ibrickane who are seeking to win the title for the second time in five seasons, having previously triumphed in 2004 when they beat Stradbally in a replayed final. Other than Doonbeg, who won in 1998, they are the only Clare club to have won the title. Thomond College (1977) were the only team to bring the Munster crown back to Limerick.

Paths to the final:

Kilmurry-Ibrickane (Clare) 2-6
Galtee Rovers (Tipperary) 0-4.
Having received a walkover in the quarter-final when Waterford failed to produce champions in time for the provincial campaign, Kilmurry-Ibrickane were easy winners over Tipperary champions Galtee Rovers in the semi-final. They led by 1-5 to 0-1 at half-time in a game where Noel Downes and Paul O’Connor scored their goals. That, coupled with a secure defence, enabled the Clare champions to see out the game comfortably.

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) 0-7
Nemo Rangers (Cork) 0-6.
It may have come as no surprise to the Limerick champions but this result shook the rest of the football worlds as 7/1 outsiders, Dromcollogher-Broadford held their nerve to see off the challenge of Nemo Rangers, the most successful club in the history of the club championships. Sean Buckley (0-3) and Michael Reidy (0-2) top-scored for the Limerick champions who turned in an excellent all-round performance.