A place in the Munster Club Senior hurling Championship Final is up for grabs this afternoon as Ballygunner take on Clare champions Ballyea.
Despite a poor opening half, the Gunners overcame Midleton in a hard fought Provincial Quarter-Final last weekend, and will be keen to return to the decider following last year’s defeat to Na Piarsaigh.
Ballyea rallied from ten points down to defeat Cratloe in the Clare decider and will be seeking to get back to a Munster Final which they won in 2016.
Ballygunner boss Fergal Hartley says former of the year Tony Kelly will take watching.
Fergal told WLR Sport they’ve approached each game at a time all season and won’t be looking beyond the Ballyea challenge.
Throw-in in Walsh Park is at 1:30pm, and WLR will broadcast the game live thanks to George Corbett Skoda, with commentary team Kieran O’ Connor and Shane Ahearne.
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— Ballygunner GAA (@ballygunnerHc) November 3, 2018
Fresh from winning their ninth County senior football title last weekend, The Nire return to action as they begin their Provincial campaign this afternoon.
The Ballymacarbry outfit travel to Limerick to take on Adare in the Munster Quarter-Final.
The Nire came good in the second half last Sunday to record a hard fought win over Kilrossanty in the County Final, and will be hoping to have another good run in Munster having qualified for two Munster Finals over the past seasons.
Nire goalkeeper Diarmuid Murphy says it was a relief to get over the line last weekend.
Diarmuid says it’d be massive to qualify for a home Munster semi-final next weekend.
Nire selector Tom Guiry is hoping his charges can improve from last weekend.
Throw-in at the Gaelic Grounds is at 3:30pm, and we’ll bring all the action live here on WLR with commentary team Tomás McCarthy and John Kiely, thanks to George Corbett Skoda.
— Waterford GAA (@WaterfordGAA) November 4, 2018