South Tipp GAA
Under 21 hurling will hold centre stage in the division this weekend with key games scheduled for every grade.
In the Bob Fitzgerald sponsored (A) championship the clash of St. Marys and Ballingarry in Monroe on Saturday at 2 p.m. will hold pride of place.
Both sides will have high hopes of progressing to the concluding stages of the competition and patrons should be treated to a lively hour.
On Sunday the four quarter finals of the Pat Cleere sponsored (B) grade are down for decision all scheduled for 12 noon. St. Patricks will be favoured to account for Cahir in Monroe while in Cahir little should separate Kilsheelan/Kilcash and Skeheenarinky.
Ballybacon-Grange will be strong favourites against Clonmel Og in Clonmel while in the final game at Kilsheelan, Swan will be expected to advance at the expense of Fethard.
The game in KIlsheelan will be the opening contest on a double bill which will feature the Pat Cleere sponsored (C) decider between Carrick Davins and Fr. Sheehys at 2 p.m.