Ballyporeen among Tipp teams in Munster club action

We extend best wishes to Ballina for their AIB Munster Intermediate Club hurling final against Youghal of Cork at Mallow on Sunday, November 17 at 2pm with Shane Hourigan of Limerick in charge of the whistle. Ballina will be seeking to retain the title in Tipperary in succession to last year’s winners, Silvermines.

We extend best wishes to Ballina for their AIB Munster Intermediate Club hurling final against Youghal of Cork at Mallow on Sunday, November 17 at 2pm with Shane Hourigan of Limerick in charge of the whistle. Ballina will be seeking to retain the title in Tipperary in succession to last year’s winners, Silvermines.

Following their comfortable quarter final replay victory by 3-8 to 1-3 over De La Salle of Waterford last weekend, Ballyporeen will play Clyda Rovers of Cork in the AIB Munster Intermediate Club football semi-final at Clonmel Sportsgrounds on Sunday next, November 17 at 2pm. We wish them all the best for this game which will be refereed by Sean Joy of Kerry,

The Tipperary Camogie Grounds at The Ragg will be the novel venue for the AIB Munster Club Junior A football quarter-final between Drom and Inch and Feohanagh/Castlemahon of Limerick at 2pm on Saturday November 16. Best wishes to the Drom and Inch team for this game. Kevin Murphy of Cork will be the referee and the winner will play Coolmeen of Clare in the semi-final.