The first finalist of this year’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship will be confirmed this afternoon as Munster rivals Cork and Limerick clash at Croke Park.
Both sides have named unchanged sides from their previous outings for the game, which means Rebels captain Seamus Harnedy has been passed fit to start in the full-forward line.
Cork’s Patrick Horgan believes there’s plenty of reasons to look forward to the game:
Throw in at HQ is at half 3.
Meanwhile, Clare joint-manager Donal Moloney says he isn’t worried about the quick turnaround for his sides semi-final replay against Galway next week.
The sides will clash at Semple Stadium next Sunday after they were deadlocked at 1-30 apiece at Croke Park yesterday.
Moloney says his side must refocus mentally for the game:
In the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship,
Tipperary and Kilkenny meet in the second semi final this afternoon.
The winners will face Galway in the decider, after their win over Dublin yesterday.
The semi-final lineup for the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship will be completed this afternoon.
Galway and Clare go head to head for a place in the final 4.
Kerry, Meath and monaghan each booked their places in the semi finals yesterday.