Ardmore will seek Provincial glory this afternoon when they face Tipperary outfit Ballybacon-Grange in the Munster Club hurling Championship decider this afternoon.
Ardmore regained the Co. title this year and have recorded two impressive victories in the Munster campaign with big wins over St. Patrick’s from Limerick, and Clare outfit Bodyke, scoring 9-42 in the process.
Ballybacon Grange who include former Tipperary All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Brendan Cummins overcame St. Catherine’s of Cork in the last four.
Ardmore manager Tom Cronin says the younger players they’ve introduced this season have made a big impact saying there won’t be much to choose between the sides.
Tom Cronin says they’ll be hoping to carry the form of their last two outings into today’s decider.
Throw-in in Mallow is at 1:30.