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Munster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship

Broadford (Clare) 4-13 Bruff (Limerick) 2-13

The Munster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship game between Blarney (Cork) and the Waterford champions scheduled for Sunday has been postponed as the Waterford Intermediate Hurling Final between An Rinn and St. Mollerans was abandoned due to the adverse weather conditions on Saturday.

Munster Club Intermediate Football Championship

Kilmihill (Clare) 0-10 Ballysteen (Limerick) 0-6

St. Michaels Foilmore (Kerry) 1-10

Clonmel Og (Tipperary) 1-5

Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship

Adare (Limerick) and De La Salle (Waterford) will contest the 2008 AIB Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship Final on Sunday November 30th at Semple Stadium Thurles after semi-final victories on Sunday.

Adare (Limerick) 1-11 Toomevara (Tipperary) 0-10

De La Salle (Waterford) 0-18 Sarsfields (Cork) 0-16

2008 All-Star Camogie Awards Announced

Eight players from Munster counties have been selected on the 2008 All-Star Camogie team – Aoife Murray (Cork), Cathriona Foley (Cork), Trish O’Halloran (Tipperary), Gemma O’Connor (Cork), Briege Corkery (Cork), Orla Cotter (Cork), Síle Burns (Cork) and Rachel Moloney (Cork). The county breakdown is: Cork (7), Galway (3), Wexford (1), Tipperary (1), Kilkenny (1), Antrim (1), Offaly (1). Carina Roseingrave (Clare) won the Young Player of the Year award.

Munster Club Senior Football Championship

Kilmurry-Ibrickane (Clare) v Galtee Rovers (Tipperary), Quilty, 2:00pm.

Galtee Rovers are back in the Munster senior championship after a 27-year absence, having won the Tipperary title for the first time since 1981. They beat Cahir (0-7 to 0-5) in the county final. Kilmurry-Ibrickane, the 2004 Munster champions, beat Liscannor by 0-11 to 0-5 to regain the Clare title on a day when Odran O’Dwyer scored 0-5 for the winners.

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) v Nemo Rangers (Cork) at the Gaelic Grounds – 2:00pm

Nemo Rangers, the most successful club in the history of the championships, showed that their appetite is as strong as ever when they beat a highly-rated Kerins O’Rahillys (Kerry) team by 2-12 to 0-12 in the Munster quarter-final. Paul Kerrigan scored 2-5 for Nemo while James Masters landed 0-4 as the Cork champions ran out comfortable winners. Dromcollogher-Broadford regained the Limerick title, beating Ballylanders by 2-15 to 1-8. Michael Reidy scored 0-8 and Garreth Noonan 1-3 for the winners who will be hoping that home advantage will prove crucial against the powerful Cork champions.

Munster Club Junior and Intermediate Championships

Intermediate Football Semi-Finals
Kilmihill (Clare) 1-9 St. Finbarrs (Cork) 0-8
St. Michaels Foilmore (Kerry) 2-15 Tramore (Waterford) 1-7

Junior Hurling Quarter-Finals
Kilgarvan (Kerry) 3-11 Emly (Tipperary) 3-10

Dripsey (Cork) 3-17
Modeligo (Waterford) 0-12

2008 Ladies Football All-Stars announced

All-Ireland winners Cork dominated the O’Neills/TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football All-Star Awards with seven players named on the team of the season at a gala banquet at the CityWest Hotel Saturday night. Cork captain Angela Walsh collected her fourth award while Elaine Harte, Linda Barrett, Briege Corkery, Brid Stack, Juliet Murphy and Nollaig Cleary were also honoured. Intermediate champions Tipperary picked up one All Star – Edel Hanley at corner-forward.

O’NEILLS/TG4 LADIES GAELIC FOOTBALL ALL STAR TEAM 2008 – E Harte, (Cork) S Courtney, (Monaghan) A Walsh (Cork), L Barrett (Cork), B Corkery (Cork) B Stack (Cork) N Woods (Tyrone) A Casey (Monaghan) J Murphy (Cork) M Downey (Down) N Kindlon (Monaghan) N Cleary (Cork) E Hanley (Tipperary) C Staunton (Mayo) E Byrne (Monaghan).

All-Ireland Club Camogie Championship Finals

Senior – O’Donovan Rossa (Antrim) 2-15

Drom & Inch (Tipperary) 1-12 – Jane Adams capped a superb week for Antrim camogie as her 2-9 haul inspired O’Donovan Rossa to All-Ireland senior club camogie glory on Sunday. O’Donovan Rossa became the first Ulster outfit to capture the Bill Carroll trophy in the 44-year history of the competition as they recorded a 2-15 to 1-12 victory against Tipperary and Munster champions Drom & Inch.
Scorers for O’Donovan Rossa: Jane Adams 2-9, Gráinne Connolly 0-2, Maorisa McGourty 0-2, Kerrie O’Neill & Maureen Stewart 0-1 each.
Scorers for Drom & Inch: Therese Shortt 0-7, Joanne Ryan 0-3, Mary Looby 1-2.

Junior – Harps (Laois) 1-11 Kilmaley (Clare) 3-2 – A large crowd was present in Nenagh as Laois outfit Harps secured a third successive All-Ireland junior club success with a 1-11 to 3-2 victory against Clare side Kilmaley.
Scorers for Harps: Áine Mahony 1-3 (0-3f), Aisling Phelan 0-3, Joanne Prior 0-1, Louise Mahony 0-3 (1f, 1 45), Angela Hannon 0-1.
Scores for Kilmaley: Claire McMahon 2-2 (1-2f), Maria Hehir 1-0

2008 Inter-Provincial Championship Finals

Munster defeated Connacht by 1-9 to 0-7 in the M Donnelly Inter-Provincial Football Final at Portlaoise. Match Report

In the M Donnelly Inter-Provincial Hurling Final, Leinster defeated Munster by 1-15 to 1-12. Match Report

Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship

Sarsfields (Cork) 0-26 Clonlara (Clare) 0-10 – An exhibition of point scoring by Pat Ryan powered Sarsfields to an emphatic victory over Clonlara in a one-sided AIB Munster Club SHC quarter-final clash at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday. The Sars midfielder accounted for 14 points, 11 from frees, as the Cork champions had little difficulty in seeing off their Clare counterparts.