Fixtures confirmed for Newcastle West and Na Piarsaigh’s Munster Football Finals

Both sides secured safe passage to their respective provincial finals over the weekend with wins over Tipperary opposition.

The times, dates and venues for this year’s AIB Munster Club Football Championships have been confirmed. Newcastle West and Na Piarsaigh will both feature with the West side kicking off a busy weekend of finals.

Limerick champions Newcastle West will play Kerry’s Kerins O’Rahillys under the lights in the senior final on Saturday December 10 at 7.30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn.

The following afternoon, Na Piarsaigh will travel to Mallow to take on Rathmore in the Intermediate final with a 3.30pm throw in.

Elsewhere, Fossa, who bested Castlemahon in the semi-finals, will meet Kilmurry in the Junior decider on Sunday December 11 at 1pm in Mallow.

Newcastle West became the first Limerick side to reach the senior final in fourteen years at the weekend as they beat Clonmel Commercials after extra-time in Semple Stadium. They will meet the Kerry representative in the final after they beat Eire Og Ennis on the same day. Neither team has won the championship so far.

Na Piarsaigh booked their place in the decider with a 4-2 penalty shoot out win over Ballina on Sunday. There was nothing to separate the sides over the hour before Eoghain Sherlock saved a pair of penalties to send the Caherdavin side through. Rathmore were crowned Kerry champions with a win over An Ghaeltacht before beating Kanturk in their provincial semi-final.

This weekend, Monaleen and St Kierans will be in Munster Club Hurling final action.


Munster Club Football Championship Finals

Senior

Newcastle West v Kerins O’Rahillys, Saturday December 10 at 7.30pm in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Intermediate

Na Piarsaigh v Rathmore, Sunday December 11 at 3.30pm in Mallow

Junior

Fossa v Kilmurry, Sunday December 11 at 1pm in Mallow.

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