Kerry defeated Mayo by 1-9 to 1-7 in the Cadburys All Ireland U21 Football Championship Semi-Final on Saturday. Kerry will now play Kildare in the All-Ireland Final on Saturday May 3rd at 7:00pm in Semple Stadium.
Kerry will take on Derry in the National Football League Division 1 Final on Sunday at 2:15pm in Parnell Park Dublin. In the Division 4 Final, Tipperary play Offaly at Portlaoise on Sunday at 2:00pm.
Armagh 0-13 Cork 1-10
Limerick 1-9 Leitrim 0-11
Tipperary 0-12 Wicklow 0-10 – Match Report
Waterford 1-8 Antrim 0-8
Clare 2-13 London 1-12
Tipperary 3-9 Waterford 0-8
Limerick 1-9 Clare 1-5 – Match Report
Limerick will now play Waterford in a semi-final playoff on Wednesday, April 23rd with the winners playing Tipperary in the semi-final. Cork take on Kerry in the other semi-final.
The Allianz National Hurling League Division One Final between Tipperary and Galway will take place on Sunday next in Gaelic Grounds, Limerick at 4:15pm. This will be preceded by the Division Two Final between Carlow and Westmeath at 2:30pm.
- The National Hurling League Finals this weekend are not ticketed and patrons will pay at the stiles in Páirc na nGael Limerick. The admission prices are as follows:- Adult Stand- €30
- Adult Terrace- €20
- Students/OAPs- €10
As it is not an all ticket match, all Under 16’s will be admitted free of charge.
Kerry will play Mayo in the Cadburys All Ireland U21 Football Championship Semi-Final on Saturday next April 19th at 3:30pm in MacDonagh Park Nenagh.
Master Munster Post-Primary Schools Fixtures
See below the list of Munster Council Fixtures for the week ending November 14th. Please note these fixtures are subject to change depending on weather conditions.
Munster Post-Primary Schools Results
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Munster Post-Primary Schools GAA results
from October 13th 2008 to November 12th 2008.
Dr. Harty Cup Round-up
St. Colman’s of Fermoy won the battle of the Old Firm in yesterdays Dr. Harty Cup final round clash at Feenagh, beating St. Flannan’s by 1-14 to 1-5 to top Group C. St. Colman’s had the better of the early exchanges leading at half time by 1-9 to 0-4. A Conor O’Donnell goal reduced the gap to six points early in the second half, but St. Flannan’s were unable to push on for the victory. Midfielder Anthony Cronin was star of the show for St. Colman’s with an impressive haul of 0-3 from play. St Flannans will now face Midleton CBS in a playoff for the second Group C qualification slot as both sides are level on scoring difference.
Scorers: St. Colman’s: Daniel Pyne (0-5 frees), Stephen Boyce (1-0), Darren Tobin (0-3, 0-1 free), Anthony Cronin (0-3), Daniel Dooley, Mark Flynn, Conor Hegarty (0-1 each) St. Flannan’s: Conor O’Donnell (1-1), David O’Halloran (0-2), Niall Arthur (free), Aaron Considine (free)(0-1 each)
Our Lady’s of Templemore finished runners up to De La Salle in Group B, eliminating Carrigaline Community School in a 1-13 to 0-10 victory at Mitchelstown. The sides were level 0-9 each at half time. Our Lady’s pulled three points clear mid way through the second half before Eoin Fitzpatrick scored the all-important goal to seal the victory and complete a personal haul of 1-4 from play. Midfield Eanna Murray contributed 0-6 from frees for Our Lady’s while David Drake led the way with 0-4 frees for Carrigaline and Michael O’Sullivan scored 0-3 from play.
Meanwhile confusion reigned in the Group A clash between Ard Scoil Ris vs Pobalscoil na Trionaide. The game was switched from Cahir to Goatenbridge, and was adjudicated by the Referee to have been won 4-13 to 4-12 by the Youghal side. Limerick side Ard Scoil Ris had led by 3-9 to 0-8 at half time. However the referee was surrounded after the game because of a question mark over the non-awarding of a seemingly legitimate point to Ard Scoil Ris, which would have meant the game was a draw. Elsewhere Blackwater Community School would appear to have secured first place in Group A with a comprehensive 3-19 to 0-6 victory over Colaiste an Risigh. Group D has been decided before yesterday, with Thurles CBS finishing top of the group and St Caimins go forward as runners up.
Tipperary 1-15 Kilkenny 1-10 – Tipperary set up an Allianz National Hurling League final meeting with Galway after an impressive five-point win over All-Ireland champions Kilkenny on Sunday afternoon.
Galway 2-22 Cork 0-24 – Galway built up a 14 point lead by half-time and had to withstand a strong comeback from Cork in the second half to run out four point winners over Cork at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.
Kerry 0-15 Galway 0-10 – Kerry claimed a berth in the National Football League Division 1 final with a five-point win over Galway at Pearse Stadium.
Down 4-13 Limerick 1-15 – Down cruised to a seven-point win over Limerick in Allianz a high-scoring NFL Division Three clash at Newry on Sunday afternoon. An Aidan Carr penalty, and further goals by Daniel Hughes and a brace from John Clarke set Down on their way. Limerick finished with 14 men after Thomas Cahill was sent off after an incident involving Jack Lynch.
Clare 1-9 Offaly 1-8
Tipperary 2-8 Waterford 1-10 – Match Report
Kerry 1-10 Clare 0-6
Cork 2-13 Limerick 0-10
The Munster Minor Football Championship game between Tipperary and Waterford scheduled for Wednesday was postponed due to the tragic death of Tipperary footballer Darrel Darcy. This match will now take place on Wednesday April 16th at 6:30pm.
Meanwhile, the Losers Group playoff between Clare and Waterford will take place at Cusack Park Ennis on Wednesday at 6:30pm.