Corn Thomáis Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) Final – John the Baptist Hospital 1-19 Rice College Ennis 3-7

John the Baptist Hospital defeated Rice College Ennis by 1-19 to 3-7 in the Corn Thomáis Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) Final on Saturday February 18th at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.


Watch the full game via the Munster GAA YouTube channel below



Fixture Details

Saturday 18th February
Corn Thomais Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) final @ 12pm
JTB Hospital V Rice College Ennis
Gaelic Grounds Limerick at 12 noon
Referee – Fergal Horgan Tipp

Corn An Artaigh (18.5 A Hurling) final @ 2pm
Our Lady’s Templemore V St Colman’s Fermoy Match Preview
Gaelic Grounds Limerick @ 2pm
Referee – Rory Mc Gann Clare

Extra time to be played if necessary in the Corn Thomais Mhic Cholim final. If there is a draw in the Dr. Harty cup final, the replay will be on the 25/2/2017.

AIB GAA Hurling All Ireland Junior Club Championship Final – Mayfield (Cork) 2-16 Mooncoin (Kilkenny) 1-18

Mayfield (Cork) defeated Mooncoin (Kilkenny) by 2-16 to 1-18 in the AIB GAA Hurling All Ireland Junior Club Championship Final on Saturday February 18th at Croke Park.


Allianz Hurling League Division 1A – Dublin 2-19 Cork 1-14

Dublin defeated Cork by 2-19 to 1-14 in Round 2 of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1A on Saturday February 18th at Pairc Ui Rinn.


Allianz HL Div 1A: Improving Dublin triumph

DUBLIN 2-19 CORK 1-14

By Denis Hurley at Pairc Ui Rinn for GAA.ie

Eight points from Donal Burke underpinned an excellent Dublin performance as they claimed their first Allianz HL Division 1A points with victory over Cork at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday night.

While the visitors conceded four of the first five points as Cork looked to have continued the form which saw them beat Clare in their opening game, the Dubs – heavily beaten by Tipperary in their previous outing – managed to reel off 1-8 without reply to move into a lead they would not lose.

Ryan O’Dwyer’s goal put them 1-2 to 0-4 in front before Burke got on the scoresheet, scoring twice in quick succession. The full-forward could have pushed Ger Cunningham’s side further in front on 26 minutes when O’Dwyer was fouled by Damien Cahalane under a dropping ball for a penalty, but Anthony Nash repelled his effort.

Burke did convert the resultant 65, but Cork seemed to have given themselves a foothold once more as Shane Kingston netted from Luke Meade’s pass and then added two points to cut the lead to three.

Eoghan Conroy’s point in injury time put Dublin 1-11 to 1-7 in front and, after Cork reduced the margin on the resumption, it was Conroy who scored their second goal on 41 after Burke’s low ball across found him.

Further points from Burke, O’Dwyer, sub Chris Bennett and Eamon Dillon left it 2-16 to 1-10 after 53, though they did suffer a blow as wing-back Chris Crummey was sent off for a second yellow card, just as he had been when the counties met in the championship last July.

Cork couldn’t make the manpower advantage count, though, as the last six points of the game were shared with Dublin finishing strongly.

Scorers for Dublin: Domhnall Burke 0-8 (4fs, 165), Eoghan Conroy 1-2, Ryan O’Dwyer 1-1, Rian McBride 0-2 each, Chris Crummey, Eamon Dillon, Chris Bennett, Caolán Conway, Cian O’Sullivan, Fiontán Mac Gib 0-1 each.

Scorers for Cork: Patrick Horgan 0-7 (5fs, 165), Shane Kingston 1-2, Luke Meade 0-2, Mark Coleman (0-1 free), Alan Cadogan, Conor Lehane 0-1 each.

DUBLIN: Conor Dooley; James Madden, Eoghan O’Donnell, Shane Barrett; Ben Quinn, Liam Rushe, Chris Crummey; Caolán Conway, Niall McMorrow; Eoghan Conroy, Rian McBride, Eamon Dillon; Fiontán Mac Gib, Ryan O’Dwyer, Donal Burke
Subs: Chris Bennett for Quinn (49), Cian McGowan for Conway (59), Cian O’Sullivan for O’Dwyer (63), Fergal Whitely for Dillon (67), Domhnall Fox for Burke (70).

CORK: Anthony Nash; Killian Burke, David Griffin, Colm Spillane; Christopher Joyce, Mark Ellis, Mark Coleman; Bill Cooper, Daniel Kearney; Luke Meade, Shane Kingston, Darragh Fitzgibbon; Alan Cadogan, Patrick Horgan, Séamus Harnedy
Subs: Damien Cahalane for Spillane (25, injured), Stephen McDonnell for Griffin (half-time), Conor Lehane for Fitzgibbon (45), Paul Haughney for Kearney (49).

REFEREE: Seán Cleere (Kilkenny).


Team News

The Cork Senior Hurling team to play Dublin in the Allianz Hurling league on Saturday 18th February in Pairc Ui Rinn @ 7pm has been announced as follows.

1. Anthony Nash – Kanturk
2. Killian Burke – Midleton
3. Colm Spillane – Castlelyons
4. David Griffin – Carrigaline
5. Christopher Joyce – Na Piarsaigh
6. Mark Ellis – Millstreet
7. Mark Coleman – Blarney
8. Bill Cooper – Youghal
9. Daniel Kearney – Sarsfields
10. Seamus Harnedy – St Ita’s
11. Luke Meade – Newcestown
12. Shane Kingston – Douglas
13. Alan Cadogan – Douglas
14. Patrick Horgan – Glen Rovers
15. Darragh Fitzgibbon – Charleville

Subs:

16. Patrick Collins – Ballinhassig
17. Stephen McDonnell – Glen Rovers
18. Damien Cahalane – St Finbarr’s
19. Chris O’Leary – Valley Rovers
20. Cormac Murphy – Mallow
21. Lorcan McLoughlin – Kanturk
22. Paul Haughney – Midleton
23. Dean Brosnan- Glen Rovers
24. Michael Cahalane – Bandon
25. Robbie O’Flynn – Erins Own
26. Conor Lehane – Midleton


Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final 2nd Replay – Tralee CBS 1-10 Colaiste Chriost Rí 0-11

Tralee CBS defeated Colaiste Chriost Rí by 1-10 to 0-11 in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Football Semi-Final 2nd Replay on Saturday February 18th at Ballyvourney.


Tralee set up all-Kerry final in Munster Post Primary SAFC

Report by Therese O’Callaghan for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Tralee CBS 1-10 Coláiste Chríost Rí 0-11

After this Corn Uí Mhuirí semi-final ended in stalemate on two occasions, including extra-time, it was Tralee CBS who finally secured their passage to next weekend’s decider.

The showdown – their first final appearance since 2008 – will be an all-Kerry affair against champions St Brendan’s, Killarney.

A huge crowed turned out at Ballyvourney on Saturday for this second replay, and they were not disappointed. The Green got off to a lightning start with a goal from Tom Hoare in the fourth minute. Set up by Gearóid Fitzgerald and Joe O’Connor, it proved to be the difference.

Former Kerry defender, Marc Ó Sé, who is part of the winners’ backroom team, paid tribute to both camps. “These two teams have given it everything. There is great credit due to them. No team deserved to lose. It is unfortunate Coláiste Chríost Rí did. But, we are delighted to be going through. It (the final) will be our fourth week in-a-row.

“Some of the players are very fatigued. It is going to be very hard to get going again but the other side of looking at it is we have a bit of momentum. It is 2007 since we last won the Corn Uí Mhuirí (defeated St Brendan’s). It’s too long. It will be tough, we all know that.”

The winners, aided by the breeze, were 1-4 to 0-3 to the good at half-time. They bagged 1-2 of that inside the opening 12 minutes. Hoare was impressive on the 40, while Michael Kelliher kicked two fine points.

Their defence was quite pacey too, Críost Rí only registering their second and third scores approaching the interval – both from Cillian Myers Murray. They were also relieved to see Michael Scanlon’s shot on goal go narrowly wide as they went to the dressing-room four points in arrears.

And the Castlegregory player, who showed his class throughout, let them off the hook again minutes after the restart when a pass in front of the posts got away from him. However, it was game-on when Mark Brosnan (2) and Mark Cronin closed the gap to a point.

But, Críost Rí were dealt a serious blow when Myers Murray received a black card on 41 minutes. Crucially, the Green nabbed the next three points to restore their four-point lead, 1-7 to 0-6 with the final quarter to play.#

With five minutes to go, the gap remained the same. The Cork side, who lost Barry Cripps to a second yellow at the death, pegged it back to two, but critically Tralee CBS – aided in particular by Joe O’Connor, Niall O’Mahoney and sub Sean Quilter – kept their grip on proceedings.

Scorers for Tralee CBS: T Hoare (1-2, 0-2 frees), M Kelliher (0-4, 0-1 free), J O’Connor (0-2), M Scanlon and T O’Connor (0-1 each).

Scorers for Coláiste Chríost Rí: M Cronin (0-3, 0-2 frees), C Myers Murray (0-1 free), R Dalton and M Brosnan (0-2 each), J O’Brien (St Finbarr’s) and D Lucey (0-1 each).

TRALEE CBS: S Foley (Kerins O’Rahillys); B Patterson (Austin Stacks), N O’Mahoney (Na Gaeil), J Myres (John Mitchels); J Walsh (Knocknagoshel), K Dwyer (Capt, St Pats Blennerville), T Lynch (St Pats Blennerville); J O’Connor (Austin Stacks), T O’Connor (Ballymacelligott), M Scanlon (Castlegregory), T Hoare (Kerins O’Rahillys), S Donnellan (Churchill); D Keane (Ballymacelligott), G Fitzgerald (Austin Stacks), M Kelliher (John Mitchels).
Subs: S Quilter (Austin Stacks) for D Keane (52), A Clifford (Churchill) for S Donnellan (57), A Roche for S Quilter (BC 60).

COLÁISTE CHRÍOST RÍ: D Moran (St Finbarr’s); E Varian (St Finbarr’s), B Cripps (Nemo Rangers), A Walsh (St Finbarr’s); D Kelly (Douglas), M Hitchmough (Shamrocks), J O’Brien (St Finbarr’s); J Ryan (Capt, Sliabh Rua), K Forde (Nemo Rangers); D Lucey (Mayfield), M Cronin (Nemo Rangers), J Coughlan (Nemo Rangers); R Dalton (Nemo Rangers), M Brosnan (Carrigaline), C Myers Murray (St Finbarr’s)
Subs: S O’Dwyer (Nemo Rangers) for A Walsh (10 inj), L Hannigan (St Finbarr’s) for C Myers Murray (BC 41), J O’Brien (Nemo Rangers) for J Coughlan (50).

Referee: Derek O’Mahony (Tipperary).


GAA’s Healthy Club Munster Roadshow

The GAA are encouraging all Munster GAA clubs to attend the Munster Healthy Club Roadshow to support their communities in pursuit of better physical, social, and mental wellbeing.



While GAA clubs have always played an important role in supporting the health of its members and communities, the Healthy Clubs Project (HCP) aims to bring this positive influence to a new level. The roadshows will feature fascinating contributions from four renowned ambassadors, each one selected to bring to life experiences that have influenced their GAA careers and lives. These are:

  • Mickey Harte – community engagement and support
  • Anna Geary – healthy eating and health promotion
  • Killian O’Connor – emotional wellbeing and mental fitness
  • Michael Fennelly – physical activity


    In addition to the ambassador’s contributions, four Munster Healthy Clubs will share some of the exceptional work they are undertaking under the four areas of work outlined above.

  • When: Sat, Feb 18th @ 10am – 2pm
  • Where: Nemo Rangers GAA Club, Cork


    One of the most common questions we are asked by clubs interested in enhancing the health and wellbeing of their members is what can we do and where do we start? The roadshows aim to help answer those questions and fire up the imagination of anyone interested in getting their club involved in Phase 3. The HCP primary interest is about making every club a hub for health, and that everyone’s experience of their local GAA club will be positive and health-enhancing.


    To register for the Munster Healthy Club Roadshow visit gaa.ie/community

    Numbers per club are limited to four. All events are over-12 and free of charge with a healthy lunch provided by Aramark. For more information, visit: gaa.ie/community

    Register now for the Munster Healthy Club Roadshow



  • Harty Cup Final – Our Lady’s Templemore 2-22 St Colman’s 1-6

    Our Lady’s Templemore defeated St Colman’s Fermoy by 2-22 to 1-6 in the Dr. Harty Cup Hurling Final on Saturday February 18th at the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.


    Watch the full game via the Munster GAA YouTube channel below


    Templemore put years of heartbreak to rest as they win first Harty Cup since 1978

    Our Lady’s Secondary School, Templemore (Tipperary) 2-22 St Colman’s College (Cork) 1-6

    By Jackie Cahill at the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick for the42.ie

    THE FAMINE IS over! Our Lady’s Secondary School, Templemore, are Dr. Harty champions for the first time in 39 years.

    Prior to today, Martin Bourke back in 1978 was the only man to captain the school, known then as Templemore CBS, to victory in the prestigious Munster post-primary schools competition. But Paddy Cadell, a member of Tipperary’s 2016 All-Ireland minor winning side, lifted the trophy amid joyous scenes at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick, following a 19-point rout of St Colman’s.

    In front of 4,924 spectators, Our Lady’s weren’t going to be denied on this occasion. They’d lost four finals (2000, 2002, 2013 and 2016) since winning the competition all those years ago but fielding eight of the players who started in last year’s final loss to Ardscoil Rís, Templemore were inspired.

    Brian McGrath, captain of the Tipperary minors last year, scored 1-7, Jerry Kelly was superb at wing forward with five points and midfielder Stevie Nolan, who went off bloodied in stoppage time, contributed four points in a power-packed performance.

    Skipper Cadell marshalled a rock-solid rearguard as, from the off, Our Lady’s made their intentions clear, racing into a 0-5 to 0-0 lead within nine minutes. McGrath got the ball rolling with a free before Nolan, Kelly, McGrath again and Andrew Ormonde pointed from play.

    9-time champions St Colman’s, in their first Harty final in 14 years, finally got off the mark when wing-back Eoin Roche put over a ninth-minute point but in the opening half, none of their forwards managed to score from play.

    Niall O’Leary also contributed from the half-back line while midfielder Diarmuid Lenihan scored two frees.
    In contrast, Our Lady’s would finish the first half with five of their six forwards on target, while Nolan contributed three points from midfield.

    Ahead to 0-6 to 0-2, Our Lady’s struck for goal in the 17th minute and it was a brilliant Andrew Ormonde effort as he left Kieran Neville trailing in his wake before crashing a shot into the far top corner. Our Lady’s were almost in for a second goal three minutes before half-time but Ray McCormack’s shot was blocked by St Colman’s goalkeeper Eoin Davis. In first half stoppage time, Our Lady’s managed three points to open up a 1-12 to 0-4 interval lead.

    They were full value for that 11-point margin, too, and other scores were left out there as Our Lady’s registered eight wides before the break, compared to just two for St Colman’s. Our Lady’s were too hot to handle, as McGrath played the ‘link man’ role brilliantly from centre forward, scoring three points and assisting two more in the first half.

    A 24th-minute score vividly illustrated how tuned in Our Lady’s were, as Nolan and McGrath played a one-two before Nolan arrowed over a classy score. David Lardner pointed from play early in the second half as St Colman’s forward finally got on the scoresheet – but that was the sum total of the attacking sextet’s efforts.
    O’Leary was the best St Colman’s player on view and after he was shoved into attack, the Castlelyons starlet bagged a 49th-minute goal.

    But within a minute, McGrath had cancelled that out at the other end and when he added a free, Our Lady’s were 2-20 to 1-5 ahead. It was a day when a far superior Our Lady’s outfit would respond to whatever was thrown at them and their commitment to the cause was summed up in stoppage time when Nolan threw his head in the way of Lardner’s shot – and was taken off with blood streaming from his face.

    Colman’s will now regroup for an All-Ireland quarter-final clash with St Brigid’s of Loughrea, with Our Lady’s safely through to a Croke Cup semi-final on 11 March.

    Scorers for Our Lady’s: Brian McGrath 1-7 (0-2f, 0-2 65s), Jerry Kelly 0-5, Stevie Nolan 0-4, Andrew Ormonde 1-1, Lyndon Fairbrother 0-4 (3f), David O’Shea 0-1.

    Scorers for St Colman’s: Niall O’Leary 1-1, Diarmuid Lenihan 0-3 (2f), Eoin Roche & David Lardner 0-1 each.

    Our Lady’s Secondary School, Templemore:

    1. Eoin Collins (Drom & Inch)
    4. Sean Ryan (Templederry Kenyons)
    3. Paraic Campion (Drom & Inch)
    2. Eoghan Ryan (Loughmore-Castleiney)
    5. Neil Quinlan (JK Brackens)
    6. Paddy Cadell (JK Brackens, Capt)
    7. Aidan O’Meara (Drom & Inch)
    8. Diarmaid Ryan (Clonakenny)
    9. Stevie Nolan (Drom & Inch)
    10. David O’Shea (JK Brackens)
    11. Brian McGrath (Loughmore/Castleiney)
    12. Jerry Kelly (Borris-Ileigh)
    13. Andrew Ormonde (JK Brackens)
    14. Ray McCormack (Borris-Ileigh)
    15. Lyndon Fairbrother (JK Brackens)
    Subs
    19. Shane Doyle (JK Brackens) for McCormack (52)
    17. Jack Ryan (Toomevara) for D Ryan (53)
    20. Jason Gilmartin (Roscrea) for Ormonde (57)
    18. Gearoid O’Connor (Moyne-Templetuohy) for O’Shea (59)
    22. Delacy Byrne (Clonakenny) for S Ryan (60)

    St Colman’s Fermoy

    1. Eoin Davis (St Catherine’s)
    2. Eoin Wallace (St Catherine’s)
    3. Jamie O’Leary (Castlelyons)
    4. Kieran Neville (St Catherine’s)
    5. Sean McCarthy (Fermoy)
    6. Niall O’Leary (Castlelyons)
    7. Eoin Roche (Bride Rovers)
    8. Shane O’Connor (Bride Rovers)
    9. Diarmuid Lenihan (Ballyhooley)
    10. Jamie Sheehan (Kilworth)
    11. Barry Murphy (Castlelyons)
    12. David Lardner (Fermoy)
    13. Conleith Ryan (Bride Rovers)
    14. Brian Roche (Bride Rovers)
    15. Adam Creed (Fermoy)
    Subs
    17. Ross O’Sullivan (Fermoy) for Neville (24)
    19. Richard Galvin (St Catherine’s) for Ryan (h.t.)
    18. Greg Lardner (Fermoy) for Creed (h.t.)
    20. Jake Mehigan (Ballyhooly) for Sheehan (46)
    22. Fionnán Hickey (Ballyduff Upper) for Murphy (60+2).

    Referee: Rory McGann (Clare)


    Match Programme

    Don’t miss out on Saturday’s souvenir 48 page match programme with plenty of articles, pen pictures, photos and everything you need to know about the Harty Cup Finals past and present.


    Fixture Details

    Saturday 18th February
    Corn An Artaigh (18.5 A Hurling) final @ 2pm
    Our Lady’s Templemore V St Colman’s Fermoy Gaelic Grounds Rory Mc Gann Clare 2pm

    Corn Thomais Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) final @ 12pm
    JTB Hospital V Rice College Ennis Gaelic Grounds Fergal Horgan Tipp 12pm

    Extra time to be played if necessary in the Corn Thomais Mhic Cholim final. If there is a draw in the Dr. Harty cup final, the replay will be on the 25/2/2017.


    When – Saturday February 18th at 2pm
    Where – Gaelic Grounds Limerick
    Referee – Rory McGann (Clare)
    Next Round – The winners will play the winners of Presentation Athenry or the Leinster runners-up in the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Saturday March 11th.
    The losers will play St Brigid’s Loughrea in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final on Saturday March 4th.

    Live Streaming – Both the Harty Cup Final and Saturday’s curtain-raiser (Corn Thomáis Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) Final between John the Baptist Hospital and Rice College Ennis at 12 noon) will be streamed live on www.munstergaapps.ie


    Admission Prices
    Adults – €10
    Students / OAP’s – €5
    Under 12s – Free


    Results to Date
    Our Lady’s Templemore
    Semi-Final – Our Lady’s Templemore 1-15 Nenagh CBS 0-14
    Quarter-Final – Our Lady’s Templemore 3-14 Thurles CBS 1-10
    Last 16 – Our Lady’s Templemore 6-27 Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon 0-3
    Group F – Our Lady’s Templemore 1-23 St Flannans 1-12

    Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy
    Semi-Final – Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy 1-8 CBS Midleton 0-7
    Quarter-Final – Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy 3-12 Christian Brothers College, Cork 1-12
    Last 16 – Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy 4-22 St Flannans 2-19 (AET)
    Group E – Coláiste Cholmáin Fermoy 2-15 CBS Midleton 1-14


    Match Preview

    The Gaelic Grounds Limerick will play host to the Dr. Harty Cup Final on Saturday next when Our Lady’s Templemore take on St. Colman’s Fermoy at 2pm.

    St. Colman’s Fermoy sit fourth on the Harty Cup roll of honour with nine titles but it is all of 14 years since their last victory when they finished off a memorable three-in-a-row of Harty Cup successes (2001 to 2003).
    This year’s campaign began with a tough opening group game against local rivals Midleton CBS. Despite trailing heading in to the closing stages, a strong finish ensured Colmans won by four points. In the last 16, Colmans played St. Flannans (who had earlier lost in the group stages to Our Lady’s Templemore by 11 points) in Kilmallock. St. Colmans were strong favourites to progress and the Cork school led by 7 points early in the second half. However, St. Flannans play improved immeasurably as they went on a 2-5 to 0-1 run to race in to a three point lead heading in to added time. There was still time for one last Fermoy scoring opportunity and Diarmuid Lenihan duly found the net from a free 40 metres from goal to force extra time. Normal service was resumed in extra time as Colmans ran out winners by 9 points.

    A Quarter-Final meeting with CBC Cork now awaited and a dominant first half performance was enough to ensure that Colmans would progress, winning in the end by six points. Another meeting with CBS Midleton in the semi-final was next on the agenda. CBS Midleton had accounted for the 2016 champions Ardscoil Ris after a replay in the Quarter-Final and were fancied to progress by many. However, Colmans scored an all-important goal in a low scoring game and qualified for the Harty Cup Final on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-7.

    Our Lady’s Templemore on the other hand had an easier route to the final. A first round meeting versus St. Flannans saw the 2016 Harty Cup finalists lay down a marker by securing an 11 point victory at MacDonagh Park Nenagh. A meeting with Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon in the Last 16 proved to be a no-contest as the Templemore team racked up a facile 6-27 to 0-3 victory. These two games proved little by way of preparation for Templemore’s Quarter-Final meeting with old rivals Thurles CBS. Despite playing against the wind in the first half, Templemore scored two goals and led at half-time. Thurles made it difficult for Templemore for much of the second half but lacked scoring power. A late Templemore goal gave them a flattering 10 point victory.

    In the semi-final, a meeting with Nenagh CBS brought a huge crowd to the Toomevara GAA grounds. As with the other semi-final, this was a low scoring affair and a Templemore goal proved to be the crucial score as a battling Nenagh side were unable to match Templemore scoring prowess and lost out by 1-15 to 0-14.

    By virtue of their impressive march to the final, allied to the experience of at least half their team being involved in last year’s final will see Our Lady’s Templemore marked down as favourites. Successful Tipperary Minors such as Paddy Cadell, Brian McGrath and Lyndon Fairbrother have led their side well in the campaign to date. Templemore CBS won this title back in 1978 and despite a few final appearances since then, will be looking to bridge that 39 year gap with victory this year.

    St. Colmans have been impressive also in their campaign. Aside from the near slip-up against St. Flannans when lady luck was on their side, getting the better of a strong CBS Midleton team on two occasions cannot be underestimated.

    Saturday’s game is sure to attract a big crowd to the Gaelic Grounds Limerick so why not arrive early and take in the curtain-raiser, the Corn Thomáis Mhic Cholim (18.5 B Hurling) Final between John the Baptist Hospital and Rice College Ennis at 12 noon. If you cannot make it to the Gaelic Grounds, both finals on Saturday will be streamed live via www.munstergaapps.ie. Don’t miss out.

    Rory McGann of Clare will be the referee for Saturday’s Harty Cup Final and may the best team win.


    Dr. Harty Cup Roll of Honour