Munster MFC – Tipperary 0-10 Limerick 0-10

Tipperary and Limerick finished level on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-10 in Round 3 of the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 on Wednesday April 24th at Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town.


Draw enough for Tipp as minor footballers qualify for phase one final

Report By Conor Kane for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Tipperary 0-10 – 0-10 Limerick

Tipperary’s minor footballers did enough on home turf to qualify for the phase one final of the Munster championship: but only just.

Going into this encounter a draw looked like it would be enough for the Premier lads to face Clare in a fortnight for the right to play Cork and Kerry, after they beat a Waterford team that Limerick could only level with last week, and that’s what they got in a tense affair that proved entertaining for the vocal crowd at Sean Treacy Park.

When they went three ahead after 40 minutes thanks to a couple of frees from captain Kyle Shelly and an impressive effort by sub Liam McCormack, Tipp looked to be cruising but they then found themselves pinned into their own half for the subsequent 10 minutes as Limerick threw everything forward in a desperate bid to gain the win they needed.

Three converted frees, one by Eliah Riordan and the others by Shane O’Donoghue, tied up the scoring and even after Tipperary went in front yet again through a well-taken Shelly free, Limerick refused to die and a pointed free in the fourth minute of injury-time by Riordan made it a draw.

Had they lost this game, Tipp would have bitterly rued some spurned goal chances, although Limerick goalkeeper Dylan O’Sullivan did well to prevent them all.

Two came either side of the first half, when Paddy Creedon and Kyle Shelly looked like raising green flags, and the other when Shelly took a pass from Emmet Butler late on after a fine run but the chance was cleared off the line.

Tipperary were slightly brighter in that first half although after an excellent point by Rory Collins in the fifth minute they endured 16 barren minutes before scoring again and then finished the half stronger, albeit the scores were tied at 0-5 apiece.

“Every time we play Limerick we know we’re going to get a hugely intense game,” a relieved Tipp manager Matt O’Doherty said afterwards. “Hopefully a tough game like this will stand to us going forward, but we have a massive task ahead of us against Clare. They’re up there with Cork and Kerry.”

Scorers for Tipperary – K Shelly 0-7 (6f), R Collins 0-1, P Creedon 0-1, L McCormack 0-1;

Scorers for Limerick – S O’Donoghue 0-6 (5f), E Riordan 0-2 (2f), C Galvin 0-1, D Geraghty 0-1.

Tipperary: J Griffin, C McDonagh, T Condon, E Butler, J Armstrong, D Hickey, C Shanahan, P Creedon, T Tobin, L Seacy, K Shelly, B Comerford, R Collins, J Mullen, E McCarthy
Subs: C Cadell for J Mullen (HT), L McCormack for P Creedon (37m), L King for R Collins (53m), D King for T Tobin (57m), D McCahey for L Seacy (60m).

Limerick: D O’Sullivan, D Geraghty, P Dolphin, F Corcoran, C Twomey, D O’Keeffe, C Woulfe, E Riordan, M Southgate, C Hedderman, S O’Donoghue, R O’Connor, C Galvin, S Hanrahan, M Donnellan
Subs: P O’Dwyer for C Hedderman (40m), J Baynham for S Hanrahan (56m).

Ref: Chris Maguire (Clare).


Admission Details

Adults – €10
Students / OAP’s – €5
Under 16s – Free


Team News

Limerick team to play Tipperary

Dylan O’Sullivan (Kilteely-Dromkeen); Daniel Geraghty (St Kierans), Patrick Dolphin (Crecora), Frank Corcoran (Mungret St Pauls); Conor Twomey (Croom), Darragh O’Keeffe (Fedamore), Cormac Woulfe (St Senans); Eliah Riordan (Fr Caseys), Michael Southgate (Adare); Caillum Hedderman (Ballybricken-Bohermore), Shane O’Donoghue (Ballylanders), Ruadhán O’Connor (Newcastle West); Conor Galvin (Mungret St Pauls), Shane Hanrahan (Galbally), Mark Donnellan (Ahane)
Subs: Shane O’Connell (Fr Caseys), Rian McBrearty (Monaleen), Peter O’Dwyer (Galbally), Jamie Baynham (Monagea), Michael O’Mahoney (Adare), Mark Walsh (Galtee Gaels), Micheál Cuddihy (Kildimo-Pallaskenry), Tomás Sheahan (Ballysteen), Josh Dineen (Galbally).

Extended Panel: Eddie Murphy O’Connor (Ballysteen), Eoin McGrath (Galbally), Tom Marsden (Ahane), Sean Kilbridge (Fr.Caseys), Jack Corkery (Knockaderry), Jack Quinlivan (Fr.Caseys) Killian Bennett (Bruff), Conor Stack (Feohanagh-Castlemahon), Rory O’Connor (St.Senans), James Killian (Mungret St Pauls).

The Tipperary team to play Limerick in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 Round 3 tie in Sean Treacy Park, Tipperary Town this Wednesday evening, April 24th at 7pm has been announced by manager Matt O’Doherty. There are two changes to the side from that which started the last two rounds with Rory Collins (Moyle Rovers) and Jimmy Mullen (Drom & inch) both introduced into the attack.

The team lines out as follows –

1. James Griffin – Upperchurch-Drombane
2. Christy McDonagh – Cahir
3. Tadhg Condon – Clonmel Commercials
4. Emmet Butler – Kilsheelan-Kilcash
5. James Armstrong – Thurles Sarsfields
6. Donagh Hickey – Arravale Rovers
7. Conor Shanahan – Inane Rovers
8. Paddy Creedon (Vice-Capt.) – Thurles Sarsfields
9. Tom Tobin – Rosegreen
10. Luke Seacy – Inane Rovers
11. Kyle Shelly (Capt.) – Moycarkey-Borris
12. Ben Comerford – Grangemockler-Ballyneale
13. Rory Collins – Moyle Rovers
14. Jimmy Mullen – Drom-Inch
15. Eoin McCarthy – Clonmel Commercials
16. Cian O’Mahony – Ardfinnan
17. Eoin Wyse – Cahir
18. Liam King – Ballinahinch
19. Darragh McCahey – Loughmore-Castleiney
20. Dara King – Ballina
21. Liam McCormack – Thurles Sarsfields
22. Conor Cadell – JK Brackens
23. Josh Kennedy – Clonmel Commercials
24. Peter McGarry – Moyle Rovers


Match Programme

Don’t forget to pick up a copy of the souvenir match programme for 2 euro.

Munster MFC – Waterford 2-7 Clare 1-9

Waterford defeated Clare by 2-7 to 1-9 in Round 3 of the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 on Wednesday April 24th at Fraher Field Dungarvan.


Waterford storm back to claim stirring victory

Report By Tomas McCarthy for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Waterford 2-7 Clare 1-9

Waterford won their first Munster MFC game in five years as they stormed back from six points down to surprise Clare in Dungarvan tonight.

Midfielder DJ Melia netted two late goals to give Tom Guiry’s men a morale-boosting victory. The players celebrated the landmark result in the post-match huddle as family and friends joined them on the field.

It wasn’t enough to seal a place in the Phase 1 final, however, as Clare will meet Tipperary in a fortnight.

Tomás Meenahan bagged a first half goal and captain Shane Meehan scored three points as they led 1-7 to 0-4 after 48 minutes. Those two Melia majors and three Tom Dalton points from play turned the game on its head.

The game was overshadowed by a facial injury to Clare defender Matthew Reidy which led to an hour delay as an ambulance arrived in the centre of the field to bring the Shannon Gaels man to hospital. In first half injury time, two Clare players, Reidy and Meenahan, collided accidently with Waterford corner back Archie Walsh as they contested for a ball in front of the stand.

Reidy suffered a nasty facial gash and lost a tooth in the incident. He was assisted back to the Clare dugout by the medical staff.

The teams re-emerged for the second half but Reidy remained in the dugout and Limerick referee Jonathan Hayes informed both camps that an ambulance was called. The players soon returned to the dressing rooms. Reidy was able to walk into the ambulance when it parked outside the dugout.

Before a small crowd of 210, Meehan kicked the opener from a free before Sean Walsh levelled in the fifth minute. Clare then shot three wides in a row. Waterford also wasted three opportunities including two frees.

In the 20th minute, Liam Murphy hand passed across goal to Meenahan who palmed the ball into the net. Sub Tadgh Lillis, who replaced midfielder Cillian McGroary early on, added a point off the next attack (1-2 to 0-1). Tom O’Connell converted a free at the other end after 22 minutes.

Lillis landed the point of the game with the outside of his right. Waterford had a lucky escape as Liam Murphy saw a shot come back off the metalwork and Taidgh Murray saved the rebound from Meenahan. Aaron Ryan nailed a free for the hosts on 28 minutes. 1-3 to 0-3 at the break.

When the match resumed, after 60 minutes of inactivity, Eoin Rouine extended the Clare lead to four. Tom Dalton replied for Waterford. O’Connell was then denied by a diving save from Thomas Collins. The magical Meehan, with the yellow boots, added two frees to the Clare total before he struck the post on 40 minutes. A Jamie Stack 45 widened the gap to six.

Ryan and Dalton fired quickfire points for the home side. With seven minutes left, midfielder DJ Melia rifled a shot to the roof of the net (1-8 to 1-6). A thumping goal. Dalton then kicked his third from play. A late Liam Murphy point put Clare two up. In the last minute, Ryan was fouled by Lillis for a penalty and the Clare man got his marching orders. Melia duly slotted the spot kick. A shot in the arm for Waterford football.

Scorers for Waterford: DJ Melia 2-0, T Dalton 0-3, A Ryan 0-2 (1f), S Walsh, T O’Connell (1f) 0-1 each.

Scorers for Clare: T Meenahan 1-0, S Meehan 0-3 (3fs), T Lillis 0-2, J Stack (45), E Rouine, E Talty, L Murphy 0-1 each.

WATERFORD: T Murray (Dungarvan); B O’Brien (Stradbally), S Boyce (The Nire), K Taylor (St Saviours); M Dalton (Shamrocks), C Foley (Ballinacourty), A Walsh (Portlaw); S Walsh (The Nire), DJ Melia (Brickey Rangers); T Dalton (Shamrocks), C Scanlon (Kill), A Ryan (The Nire); M Mullaney (Stradbally), C Rooney (Portlaw), T O’ Connell (Brickey Rangers).
Subs: P Skehan (Stradbally) for S Walsh (46), C O Dalaigh (Ballyduff Lower) for O’Connell (46).

CLARE: T Collins (Lissycasey); F Kelliher (St. Josephs Doora/Barefield), M Garry (Cooraclare), C McMahon (Ennistymon); E Walshe (The Banner), F Guinnane (Kildysart), M Reidy (Shannon Gaels); E Rouine (Ennistymon), C McGroary (Corofin); S Casey (Clondegad), T Meenaghan (The Banner). K Crowley (Kilrush Shamrocks); L Murphy (Wolfe Tones), S Meehan (The Banner), E Talty (St Josephs Doora Barefield).
Subs: T Lillis (Doonbeg) for McGroary (5), S Browne (O’Currys) for Meenahan (35), C Hassett (Kildysart) for Reidy (35), J Stack (St Breckans) for Crowley (36), S McNamara (Michael Cusacks) for Casey (45), C Killeen (Doonbeg) for Meehan (49), M Comber (Kilmurry Ibrickane) for Walshe (54), D Whelan (Newmarket on Fergus) for Kelliher (54).

Referee: J Hayes (Limerick)


Fixture Details

Wednesday April 24th
Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 Round 3
Waterford v Clare
Venue: Fraher Field Dungarvan @ 7pm
Referee: Jonathan Hayes (Limerick)


Team News

Munster GAA Tickets 2019 now on sale

Tickets for the Munster Senior Hurling and Football Championship games are now on public sale via tickets.ie and Centra / Supervalu outlets.

Due to the restricted capacity at Walsh Park Waterford, tickets for both Munster Hurling Championship games scheduled for the Waterford city venue will be made available via the participating counties and clubs only.

Also, Stand tickets for both Munster Senior Hurling Championship games scheduled for Cusack Park Ennis will be made available via the participating counties and clubs only.

Click here for more details


GAA – Where We All Belong

We’re proud to reveal our new GAA Manifesto – an affirmation of our GAA mission, vision & values. The intention is for this to be proudly displayed anywhere Gaelic games are played at home or abroad. #GAABelong



Munster Senior Hurling Championship Details Confirmed

Munster GAA Press Release

Munster Senior Hurling Championship Details Confirmed.


At a meeting of the Munster CCC on Thursday March 7th, the dates, times and ticket arrangements for the 2019 Munster GAA Hurling Championship were confirmed.

Opening Weekend

The first round of fixtures will take place on Sunday May 12th. Walsh Park Waterford will be the venue for the throw-in of the 2019 Munster Senior Hurling Championship with Clare playing the hosts Waterford at 2pm while at 4pm, defending Munster champions Cork take on old rivals Tipperary in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The Electric Ireland Minor Hurling Championship games between the same counties will serve as the curtain-raiser to both fixtures.

Hurling Championship Round-Robin extended by 1 week

The 2019 Munster Senior and Minor Hurling Championships Round-Robin series will be run over six-week period rather than five weeks as was the case in 2018. This will eliminate the scenario of counties playing on four consecutive weekends.  While two counties (Limerick and Clare) will play on three consecutive weekends, the schedule has been configured to ensure those counties finish their programme with these 3 games, all taking place in June.

The alternative system, which sees all counties play 2 weekends in a row, would have seen one county starting the campaign with 2 away games and one county finishing with 2 away games. It was decided to remain with the system agreed prior to the start of the new format, which ensures a home/away/home/away or away/home/away/home sequence. Counties also decided against starting on May 5th in order to give maximum time for club games in April.

Ticket Prices

Senior and Minor Hurling Round-Robin Championship Matches

Adult: Stand €20, Terrace €15
Under 16s: €5 all areas
Student/OAP: Concession of €5 with valid ID prior to entry at the designated stile.

The above prices are pre-purchase prices, applicable until midnight of the night before the game with prices being consistent for all venues. All adult ticket prices increase by €5 on the day.

Ticket Sales

Tickets for the Munster Senior Hurling Championship games are scheduled to go on public sale via tickets.ie and Centra / Supervalu outlets from Wednesday April 24th. Due to the restricted capacity at Walsh Park Waterford, tickets for both Munster Hurling Championship games scheduled for the Waterford city venue will not go on public sale and will be made available via the participating counties and clubs only.


Fixture Details

2019 Munster Senior Hurling Championship Fixtures

2019 Electric Ireland Munster GAA Hurling Minor Championship Fixtures

Munster Scor Sinsear Final 2019


Munster Scór Sinsir Torthai


Exciting fare emerged at the 50th Munster Scór Sinsir Finals hosted in Cork City Hall with GAA clubs displaying their cultural talents much to the enjoying of an appreciative attendance.

An occasion to remember for Cork and Tipperary, a hat trick of wins for both the Rebel and Premier counties. Kanturk’s Muireann Vaughan retained her title, Kilshannig and St. James added breakthrough wins much to the delight of their supporters.

Newcastle enjoyed a double for Tipp with Newport adding a popular win at Leiriú., Elsewhere Lissycasey Set Dancers gave Clare a lone victory.

Fear An Tí for the prestigious occasion was former Munster Council Chairman, Jerry O’Sullivan with present Chairman Liam Lenihan on hand to present the prizes.


Click to view photos of the winners


List of Winners

Rince Foirne: Newcastle – Tipperary
Amhránaíocht Aonar: Muireann Vaughan- Kanturk – Cork
Aithriseoireacht: Treasa McGrath- Newcastle-Tipperary
Bailéad Ghrúpa: St. James – Cork
Leiriú: Newport-Tipperary
Ceoil Uirlise: Kilshannig – Cork
Rince Seit: Lissycasey – Clare


2019 Munster GAA Convention

The 2019 Munster GAA Annual Convention will take place on Friday January 25th at 8pm in The Devon Inn Hotel, Templeglantine, County Limerick.


Attached please find the Convention Booklet which includes:
1. Agenda for Convention
2. Annual Report on Activities 2018
3. Audited Accounts for Year Ended 31/10/2018
4. Nominations


2019 Munster GAA Convention Booklet – PDF format


Outgoing Munster Chairman Jerry O’Sullivan (Cork) will step down at Convention
following the completion of his three year term.



Pictured above – Jerry O’Sullivan

Outgoing Munster Vice-Chairman Liam Lenihan (Limerick) will be elected unopposed to the position of Munster Chairman at the 2019 Convention. Ger Ryan (Tipperary) will be elected unopposed to the position of Munster Vice-Chairman.



Pictured above – Liam Lenihan


Munster GAA Chairmen – 1901 to 2019


Munster GAA Awards €1.1M to Clubs in Development Grants

The Munster Council has announced details of the 2018 Development Grant Scheme, which has provided €1,130,000 in funding for club and school capital development projects across the province.


List of organisations who will receive Munster GAA Development Grants


Under the scheme, Clare received €176,771 from 22 applications, Cork received €221,709 from 42 applications, Limerick received €206,907 from 35 applications, Kerry received €124,771 from 23 applications, Tipperary received €281,011 from 38 applications and Waterford received €64,755 from 15 applications. Funding is allocated based on the amount spent and on the category of development.

Council Chairman Jerry O’Sullivan said “I am delighted to announce the awarding of over €1.1 million in grants supporting development projects in 169 clubs and 6 schools throughout Munster.”
“These grants have supported an impressive range of capital development projects, with clubs investing €8,331,577 in upgrading their facilities. This level of expenditure is testament to the strength of the GAA in the province and reflects the impressive vision of our clubs to continually improve facilities for players and supporters alike.”

He added “The grants provided would not be possible without the great support we get from the many thousands of people who attend our games each year. We are very fortunate to have such loyal support in the province and we are delighted to be able to redistribute income from games to the clubs and schools.”

Of the fund available this year, Central Council provided €640,000, with the balance of €490,000 coming from the Munster Council’s own resources.


List of organisations who will receive Munster GAA Development Grants


Munster GAA Higher Education Fixtures / Results


Fitzgibbon Cup Weekend

The Fitzgibbon Cup Weekend took place over the weekend just gone by. The weekend consisted of 8 games played on Friday and Saturday. In total, 4 grades were covered and included teams that came from all 4 corners of Ireland. We would like to extend our thank you to WIT who facilitated the weekend in their Sports Arena.

The first final played on Friday afternoon was the Intermediate Hurling Final which was contested between UL and UCD. UL proved much too strong for UCD and came out on top on a scoreline of 2-21 to 1-12.

On Saturday morning the Fergal Maher Cup Final was played between St. Mary’s Belfast and Marino Institute of Technology. St. Mary’s came out on top by a score of 4-12 to 1-8.
Following this, the Ryan Cup Final was contested by GMIT and UUJ. GMIT proved to have too much for UUJ, coming out on top on a score of 1-21 to 1-9.

The last game of the day was the Fitzgibbon Cup Final which was contested by UCC and Mary Immaculate College. UCC continued their extremely impressive form in this game, proving to have too much for Mary I. UCC won the game on a scoreline of 2-21 to 0-13. This tops off an extremely impressive double for UCC, after the UCC footballers won the Sigerson Cup during the week.

We would like to extend our congratulations to all the winners and our commiserations to all the losers.


Fitzgibbon Cup Final – UCC 2-21 Mary Immaculate 0-13 – Match Report


Sigerson Cup Weekend

The Sigerson Cup Weekend took place over the weekend that has just passed. The weekend consisted of 12 games played between Friday, Saturday and Sunday. These games covered 5 grades in total and consisted of teams from New York, Liverpool and the 4 corners of Ireland. We would like to thank Mallow GAA for the use of their facilities and their cooperation over the 3 days.

One of the first finals that took place on the Saturday was the Intermediate Football Championship Final. This was contested by DCU 2 and NUIG. DCU 2 came out on top of what was a very tense affair on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-9. At the same time the Corn Mac Leinn Shield Final was contested by Marino Institute of Technology and New York. Marino Institute came out on top of a very fairly contested game on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-09. The Corn Mac Leinn Final was next on the cards and was contested by Hope University Liverpool and IT Tallaght. Hope University Liverpool came out on top in the end on a scoreline of 3-09 to 0-09. At the same time the Trench Cup Final was contested by LYIT and DkIT. In what was a very sporting game, LYIT emerged victorious on a scoreline of 0-15 to 2-07. The final game on Saturday was UCD and St. Mary’s of Belfast in the Sigerson Cup Semi-Final. In an entertaining contest St. Mary’s proved too strong for UCD, emerging victorious 0-10 to 0-07. On Sunday the second Sigerson Cup Semi-Final was contested by UCC and NUIG. In what was a very tense and tight affair, UCC emerged victorious on a scoreline of 4-09 to 1-15.

We would like to extend our congratulations to all the winners and commiserations to the losers.


Sigerson Cup Final – UCC 0-16 St Mary’s 1-9 – Match Report


Tuesday 19/02/19
Fresher A hurling
CIT V NUIM in CIT at 7:30pm

Wednesday 20/02/19
Sigerson Cup Final
UCC V St. Mary’s Belfast O’Moore Park Portlaoise 7:30pm

Junior Hurling
CIT V UCC in CIT 7:30pm
IT Tralee V UL in Tralee at 8:00pm

Thursday 21/02/19
Fresher A Football
CIT V UUJ in Abbottstown at 7:00pm

Fresher B Football
UCD V CIT in UCD at 7:00pm
UCC V Maynooth in UCC, Time TBC
UL V UUJ in Abbottstown at 4:30pm

Fresher B hurling
MICL V CIT in MICL at 3:30pm

Friday 22/02/19
Intermediate Hurling Final
UL V UCD in WIT at 4:00pm

Saturday 23/02/19
Fitzgibbon Cup Final
UCC V MICL in WIT at 2:45pm


Results

Wednesday November 14th

MICL 4.10 UL 1.09 Freshers Football Quarter-Final

November 6th to 8th

UCC 2.17 CIT 1.20 Senior Hurling League

WIT: 0.19 IT Carlow: 1.14 Senior Hurling League

UL 0-25 NUIG 0-25 Senior Hurling league

ITT 1-16 CIT 1-14 Senior Football League

MICL 5.15 WIT 2.03 Freshers Football

UCC 0.16 CIT 0.11 Intermediate Hurling League

UCC 3.18 NUIG 1.10 Senior Camogie League

IT Tralee: 5.11 WIT: 1.10 Intermediate Camogie League

UCC 4.06 NUIG 1.06 Senior Ladies Football League

CIT 4.09 UCC 2.09 Division 3 Ladies Football

MIC 3-15 NUIG 2-6 Division 4 Ladies Football

Thursday November 1st

CIT 1-15 Mary I 1-9 Camogie League

Mary I 3-15 UL 1-9 Fresher A Hurling League

Wednesday October 31st

UCC 0-13 CIT 1-9 Fresher A Football League

UCC 1-12 CIT 0-5 Fresher B Football League

UL 3-19 UCC 0-7 Senior Camogie League

Tuesday October 30th

Mary I 7-24 NUIG 1-19 Senior Hurling League

UL 6-19 Garda College 1-14 Senior Hurling League

UCC 0.23 CIT 1.17 Fresher A Hurling League

UCC 4.18 CIT 0.14 Fresher B Hurling League

Mary I 3-17 UL2 1-14 Ladies Freshers Football

Tuesday October 23rd

WIT: 6.16 CIT: 2.11 Senior Hurling Division 1 C Rd 2

UCC 2.14 UL 2.12 Senior Football League

UCC 5.09 UL 2.07 Intermediate Football League

UCC 1.19 IT Carlow 1.17 Fresher A Hurling League

UCC 1.13 CCFE 1.14 Fresher B Hurling League

UCC 5.19 IT Tallaght 2.06 Fresher B Football League

Monday October 22nd

WIT: 5.16 MICL: 1.05 Senior Football Division 2 Group B Rd 3

WIT: 2.11 SCHM: 3.05 Senior Football Division 4 Group A Rd 3

UL 6-24 IT Tralee 3-9 Fresher 2 Hurling League

WIT: 1.17 IT Carlow: 5.5 Ladies Senior Football Division 2 League Rd 2

Thursday October 18th

UCC 0-14 IT Tralee 0-14 Senior Football League

MICL 5-16 LIT 1-20 Fresher A Hurling League
UL 2-33 NUIG 1-14 Fresher A Hurling League

MICL 1-12 IT Tralee 2-08 Fresher Football League

Wednesday 17th October

MICL 1-19 Garda 1-17 Senior Hurling League
UCC 3-14 WIT 0-15 Senior Hurling League
UL 2-23 LIT 1-22 Senior Hurling League

GMIT 2-16 MICL 1-11 Senior Football League
UL 1-13 CIT 0-08 Senior Football League
WIT 6-23 St Pats Thurles 0-01 Senior Football League

Tuesday 16th October

WIT 4-14 UCC 0-17 Fresher A Hurling League

UCC 1-17 WIT 1-14 Fresher B Hurling League
CCFE 4-17 CIT 0-10 Fresher B Hurling League

UCC 1-12 UL 1-10 Fresher A Football League
IT Carlow 0-17 CIT 1-7 Fresher A Football League

UCC 2-16 UL 2-11 Fresher B Football League
WIT 0-14 LIT 0-06 Fresher B Football League

Monday 15th October

IT Tralee 3-14 MICL 2-11 Fresher B Hurling League.


Munster GAA on Social Media


Click to view Munster GAA Twitter

Click to view Munster GAA Instagram

Click to view Munster GAA Facebook

Click to view Munster GAA Pinterest

Click to view Munster GAA YouTube


Munster GAA Insider

Register for FREE Official E-Mail News, Ticket Info & more
* indicates required



View previous campaigns.


Munster GAA Tweet Spot

#munstergaa



Munster GAA Facebook


Munster GAA Pinterest


Munster GAA YouTube


Click to view Munster GAA Twitter

Click to view Munster GAA Instagram

Click to view Munster GAA Facebook

Click to view Munster GAA Pinterest

Click to view Munster GAA YouTube