Retired Bishop of Killaloe Willie Walsh helped coach St Flannan’s College to five Harty Cup and All-Ireland titles and is as passionate as ever about his old alma mater as they bid to win a first Munster Colleges crown in 15 years, writes.
30 years on from Clare's solitary Munster Senior Club Camogie Championship title, newcomers Scariff-Ogonnelloe joined Sixmilebridge on that storied roll of honour following a gritty final victory over Tipperary's Drom & Inch in Cappamore this afternoon.
With the crucial World Cup quarter-final taking place in Cardiff at lunch time on Sunday, there will be a curtailed fixture list in the Munster junior league this weekend. The games that are taking place are spread across the weekend; just four games are taking place in Division One, two in Division Two and three in Division Three.
IT’S a big weekend of Munster Junior Cup semi-final action with cup specialists Cork Constitution taking on Kilfeacle at Musgrave Park while Division Two League winners Galbally collide with Junior League winners and Tipperary rivals Cashel at Clanwilliam Park.
THE three top teams in the First Division face stern challenges on Sunday as they battle for league glory, but the weekend’s standout game is in the Second Division, as two of the pacesetters, Old Christians and Galbally, come face to face.