County Minor Hurling Title On Offer Today

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Lixnaw and St.Brendan’s clash today for the right to be crowned County Minor hurling champions. The Final is down for decision at 2 in Kilmoyley. Both managers have been speaking about the opposition. St.Brendans boss Tadhg O’ Sullivan [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47072/medium/”] Lixnaw manager John Griffin [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/47073/medium/”] The first of the Castleisland Mart Junior Club Football Championship finalists is to be determined today. At 4 Beaufort against Glenbeigh/Glencar is on in Killorglin. At 5 today in the Novice Shield semi-final Moyvane play Fossa at Mitchels. Dingle host An Ghaeltacht this afternoon in the Preliminary Round of the West Kerry Senior Football Championship, at 4 o’clock. Finuge will be home to Emmets at 4 in the Mc Munns sponsored, Bernard O Callaghan North Kerry Senior Football Championship. At 4 in the semi-final of the Kieran Corridan Memorial Intermediate Cup, sponsored by South of Ireland Waste Disposal, Clounmacon take on Desmonds in Duagh. Kilcummin host Glenflesk at 3.45 today in East Kerry’s Aquila Club O’ Donoghue Cup. The Bill Tangney Cup Final in Farranfore at 4 has Cordal taking on Crokes. The South Kerry Junior Football Cup begins with two games at 4 today. Dromid welcome Renard while Skellig Rangers entertain Waterville. The County Under 16 Hurling Championship Final replay is on at 4 in Fitzgerald Stadium between Crotta and South Kerry. The Abbeydorney Ballyheigue combination have booked their place in the RQF North Kerry Under 21 Hurling Final. A 2-19 to 1-14 victory over Causeway sends them through to the decider. The Wexford senior football championship is down for decision today. St Martins will be hoping to secure the first-half of a possible county double in football and hurling when their footballers take-on St James’ today at Innovate Wexford Park. Meanwhile, the replayed Roscommon hurling final will see Four Roads and Padraig Pearses go head-to-head once again in Athleague. Both matches will throw-in at 4pm.

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