Templenoe Minus Brian Crowley For Munster Final

TemplenoegaaTemplenoe will be without Brian Crowley for Sunday’s AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final with Clare champions Coolmeen. The talented half forward suffered a leg injury in their Semi Final win over Bandon. Apart from Crowley, Templenoe have no other injury concerns. Meanwhile Coolmeen will be at full strength. They have to date beaten the Limerick and Waterford champions. Manager Martin Daly says it will be a tall order for his side to win on Sunday as he has seen Templenoe in action………… [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/49318/medium/”] Sunday’s game throws in at 3.15pm in Mallow and it will be Live on Radio Kerry. Today in Munster Post Primary action. In U18 and a half ”B” Hurling St Joseph’s Tulla defeated Causeway 1.18 to 0.10 While in The U15 ”B” Football Final John The Baptist Hospital were 3.7 to 0.9 winners over Mercy Mounthawk. Former Limerick hurler Seamus Hickey has been elected as the new Chairman of the Gaelic Players Association. Hickey will replace the out-going Dónal Óg Cusack, who is standing-down after 13 years in the position in order to take-up a coaching role with the Clare hurlers. GPA President Dermot Earley has been returned unopposed, but Dublin footballer Paul Flynn has been elected as the Association’s new Secretary.