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Kerry 0-16 Laois 0-12 Cavan 0-13 Cork 0-12 Carlow 1-10 Tipperary 1-9 – Match Report Offaly 0-13 Waterford 1-8 –
Limerick lost to Fermanagh on a scoreline of 0-14 to 1-7 in a rearranged National Football League match on Saturday.
The Munster Under 21 Football Championship semi-finals took place on Saturday and resulted in victories for Kerry and Tipperary. Kerry
Galway and Kilkenny have qualified for the Division 1 semi-finals of the National Hurling League. Tipperary and Limerick qualified for
The annual convention of the Munster Council took place on Friday, February 29th at the West County Hotel in Ennis.
At a meeting of Munster Council GAA on Tuesday February 26th, the following staff appointments were announced – CEO /
The Munster Under 21 Football Championship got underway on Saturday with victories for Tipperary and Kerry. Tipperary came from behind
De La Salle Waterford 1-11 Thurles CBS 0-6 – De La Salle put back-to-back victories in the Dr Harty Cup
Cork 2-14 Galway 3-10 – Although they were slow enough to settle and had to withstand a late rally by
The Munster Under 21 Football Championship gets underway on Saturday next. Tipperary will play Clare in Ardfinnan while Kerry host
Check out this weeks Match Programme for details of the National Hurling and Football League fixtures involving Munster Counties. See
St Brendan’s 2-11 Tralee CBS 1-11 – St Brendans bridged a 14-year gap by defeating arch rivals and champions Tralee