Killenaule's Paidi Feehan likely to feature for Tipperary in their u-21 game against Waterford.
Hot on the heels of last Sunday’s hugely entertaining and controversial Munster senior hurling championship game, Tipperary and Waterford renew rivalry in Clonmel Sportsfield on Saturday in what should be a cracking U21 hurling challenge game.
Both sides are preparing for upcoming championship games and the cream of young talent on both sides will be on view. The game starts as 7.30 sharp and is being held as a fundraiser by the South Tipperary G.A.A. Centre who are raising funds to resurface the car park attached to the Centre which is badly in need of repair.
It’s an opportunity for supporters particularly in South Tipperary and West Waterford to view their sides in action in advance of the major championship games ahead.
Admission just €5 with children free. Referee will be Fergal Horgan.