The first round of the ESB Munster Minor Football Championship will get underway on Wednesday evening match with three matches down for decision. 2008 Munster champions Kerry will play Tipperary in Thurles in a repeat of last year’s final which went to a replay. Cork will host Limerick while Clare travel to play Waterford in Dungarvan. All games throw-in at 6:30pm.
Drom & Inch (Tipperary) defeated Athenry (Galway) by 1-8 to 0-10 in the All Ireland Club Senior Camogie Championship Semi Final on Saturday. Drom & Inch will now play O’Donovan Rossa (Antrim) in the All-Ireland Final. Drom & Inch will hope to emulate fellow Tipperary outfit Cashel by winning the title in a fortnight’s time.
It will be a historic day for the Munster championship as, irrespective of who wins, new champions will be crowned, bringing to 22 the number of clubs who have won the hurling title since the official launch of the championships in 1971.