Under 21 semi-final decider tonight at Gaelic Grounds

The semi final line-up for the Bord Gáis Energy under-21 hurling championship will be completed tonight.

Limerick go in search of a second Munster title in three years when they face Cork at the Gaelic Grounds.

The winners of that game will face Galway in the All Ireland semi-final.

Corrigan Park plays host to the Ulster final pairing of Derry and Down while Kilkenny await the winners of that clash.

Throw in for both games is at 7.30pm.

File photo of Cork's Mark Coleman
File photo of Cork's Mark Coleman


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