Club Championships 2011

 

2011 AIB Munster GAA Hurling Senior Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Ballygunner (Waterford) 2-15 Drom & Inch (Tipperary) 1-13 30/10/2011 Semple Stadium Thurles
SF 2 Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) 3-9 Ballygunner (Waterford) 0-12 13/11/2011 Walsh Park Waterford
SF 3 Crusheen (Clare) 0-19 Carrigtwohill (Cork) 1-10 13/11/2011 Pairc Ui Chaoimh
Final Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) 1-11 Crusheen (Clare) 0-14 27/11/2011 Semple Stadium Thurles
Final Replay Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) 1-13 Crusheen (Clare) 0-9 04/12/2011 Semple Stadium Thurles

2011 AIB Munster GAA Football Senior Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Dr. Crokes (Kerry) 3-13 Ballinacourty (Waterford) 0-7 06/11/2011 Fraher Field Dungarvan
QF 2 UCC (Cork) 1-19 Monaleen (Limerick) 2-15 06/11/2011 Cloughduv (AET)
SF 3 Dr. Crokes (Kerry) 0-12 Kilmurry-Ibrickane (Clare) 0-9 20/11/2011 Dr. Crokes GAA Grounds Killarney
SF 4 UCC (Cork) 5-12 Moyle Rovers (Tipperary) 1-5 20/11/2011 Clonmel Sportsfield
Final Dr. Crokes (Kerry) 3-14 UCC (Cork) 2-10 04/12/2011 Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney

2011 AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Effin (Limerick) 0-13 Dunhill (Waterford) 1-4 30/10/2011 Walsh Park Waterford
QF 2 Ballyduff (Kerry) 1-14 Courcey Rovers (Cork) 0-15 30/10/2011 Cloughduv
SF 3 Effin (Limerick) 2-15 Aherlow (Tipperary) 1-17 06/11/2011 Kilmallock
SF 4 Ballyduff (Kerry) 3-8 Eire Og Ennis (Clare) 2-10 06/11/2011 Austin Stack Park Tralee
Final Effin (Limerick) 0-14 Ballyduff (Kerry) 0-11 20/11/2011 Newcastlewest

2011 AIB Munster GAA Football Intermediate Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Mullinahone (Tipperary) 1-9 Mountcollins
(Limerick)
0-9 13/11/2011 Clonmel Sportsfield
QF 2 Milltown / Castlemaine (Kerry) 2-5 Clondegad (Clare) 0-10 13/11/2011 Páirc de Búrca Miltown
SF 3 Mullinahone (Tipperary) 0-14 Dungarvan (Waterford) 1-3 20/11/2011 Fraher Field Dungarvan
SF 4 Milltown / Castlemaine (Kerry) 1-9 Newmarket (Cork) 1-6 20/11/2011 Mallow
Final Milltown / Castlemaine (Kerry) 1-14 Mullinahone (Tipperary) 0-6 11/12/2011 Mallow

2011 AIB Munster GAA Hurling Junior Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Charleville (Cork) 1-13 Kenmare (Kerry) 0-5 20/11/2011 Kenmare
SF 2 Charleville (Cork) 2-14 Rockwell Rovers (Tipperary) 0-8 27/11/2011 Charleville
SF 3 Cappamore (Limerick) 3-10 Ballinameela (Waterford) 2-6 27/11/2011 Cappamore
Final Charleville (Cork) 3-15 Cappamore (Limerick) 2-8 11/12/2011 Mallow

2011 AIB Munster GAA Football Junior Club Championship

Date Venue
QF 1 Kildangan (Tipperary) 1-9 Sean Finns (Limerick) 0-10 04/11/2011 Gaelic Grounds Limerick
QF 2 Dromid Pearses (Kerry) 2-12 Meelick (Clare) 0-9 06/11/2011 Meelick
SF 3 Kildangan (Tipperary) 1-10 Sliabh gCua (Waterford) 1-6 13/11/2011 Puckane
SF 4 Dromid Pearses (Kerry) 0-14 Kanturk (Cork) 2-4 13/11/2011 Waterville (AET)
Final Dromid Pearses (Kerry) 0-15 Kildangan (Tipperary) 1-5 27/11/2011 Moyvane, Co, Kerry

AIB Bank Munster Senior, Intermediate and Junior Club Championships

Regulations & Rules for Draws

Senior Club Championships

1. In the First Round (Quarter Finals) draw the first team drawn has home venue advantage, subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Finance & Management Sub-Committee (as stated below).

2. Home advantage does not automatically mean the home venue of the participating team drawn for home advantage unless it meets the requirements of the Management and Finance sub-committee of the Council. The Management and Finance sub-Committee of the Council reserve the right to select a venue for any game should a chosen venue by a participating club not meet these requirements. The host venue must provide the following:

i) A playing surface suitable and safe for our players.

ii) Permanent fencing (enclosed) around playing area.

iii) Adequate facilities to council to manage event including taking a gate.

iv) Covered accommodation for patrons.

Only if a neutral venue is needed at short notice can these conditions be set aside by the Management and Finance sub-committee

3. The two teams who received Byes in the First Round cannot meet one another in  the semi-final draw

4. A First Round (Quarter Final) team winner who travelled away in a first round game automatically gets home venue advantage, subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Management & Finance Sub-Committee, for the semi-final game against the (Bye) team drawn to play them in the semi-final.

5. If the First Round (Quarter Final) team winner enjoyed home venue advantage in the First Round game the semi-final venue is determined on the toss of a coin at the meeting of the Provincial CCC when the draws are made. .

6. In the event of a draw in any game up to the final of the championship extra time shall be played (2 periods of 10 minutes each. In the event of a draw after extra time a replay shall be fixed with home venue alternating, subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Management and Finance Sub-Committee.

7. The final is played at a neutral club venue.

8. The Management & Finance sub-Committee of the Council shall through an Runaí decide on matters relevant to all fixtures including venues, fixture postponements and event management. The games shall be fixed for Sundays however the management and Finance committee of the Council may decide that particular games may be played on other days for logistical reasons.

9. Normal match regulations to apply in accordance with National Regulations

AIB Munster Intermediate & Junior Club Championships

Regulations & Rules for Draws.

1. In the First Round (Quarter Final) draw the first team drawn has home venue advantage; subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Finance & Management Sub-Committee.

2. Home advantage does not automatically mean the home venue of the participating team drawn for home advantage unless it meets the requirements of the Management and Finance sub-committee of the Council. The Management and Finance sub-Committee of the Council reserve the right to select a venue for any game should a chosen venue by a participating club not meet these requirements.  The host venue must provide the following:

v) A playing surface suitable and safe for our players.

vi) Permanent fencing (enclosed) around playing area.

vii) Adequate facilities to council to manage event including taking a gate.

viii) Covered accommodation for patrons.

Only if a neutral venue is needed at short notice can these conditions be set aside by the Management and Finance sub-committee

3. Teams who receive Byes in the First Round (Quarter Final) cannot meet one another in the semi-final draw; except in any championship involving only five teams. (Senior and Junior Hurling

4. A First Round (Quarter Final) team winner who travelled away in a first round game automatically gets home venue advantage, subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Management & Finance Sub-Committee, for the semi-final game against the (Bye) team drawn to play them in the semi-final

5. If the First Round (Quarter Final) team winner enjoyed home venue advantage in the First Round game the semi-final venue is determined on the toss of a coin at the meeting of the Provincial CCC when the draws are made.

6. The final is played at a (club) neutral venue unless there is agreement between the teams and the agreed venue meets the requirements of the Council Management & Finance Sub-Committee.

7. In the event of a draw in any game of the championship extra time shall be played (2 periods of 10 minutes each. In the event of a draw after extra time a replay shall be fixed with home venue alternating, subject to the venue meeting the requirements of the Council Management & Finance Sub-Committee.

8. The Management & Finance sub-Committee of the Council shall through an Runaí decide on matters relevant to all fixtures including venues, fixture postponements and event management. The games shall be fixed for Sundays however the management and Finance committee of the Council may decide that particular games may be played on other days for logistical reasons.