Limerick face Antrim in All-Ireland Minor A Shield Final

Limerick booked their place in the final with an impressive performance against Clare a fortnight ago in Clonmel.

The Limerick Minor Camogie chance will have a chance at winning silverware this Sunday afternoon when they take on Antrim in the All-Ireland Minor A Shield Final.

It will be a second meeting of the sides following the third round win for the Ulster outfit with throw in at Nowlan Park this Sunday at 2.30pm. Cork and Waterford will meet in the A final at 4.30pm in the same venue.

Get your tickets for the double header here. The game will also be streamed live from Kilkenny.

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22 April 2023; The Limerick squad before the Electric Ireland Camogie Minor A Shield Semi-Final match between Clare and Limerick at St Marys Hurling & Camogie Club in Clonmel, Tipperary. Photo by Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile

Limerick, who are jointly managed by Paul Neenan and Tony Dunne booked their place in the final with an impressive performance against Clare a fortnight ago.

After an entertaining draw in the final round with the Banner, Limerick got the upper hand in the rematch, winning out 1-8 to 1-6 in Clonmel with the Clare goal coming as a late consolation. Captain Lucy O’Brien was given the player of the match award on the day.

Limerick booked their place in the semi-finals with two wins, two draws and just one defeat from their round robin fixtures. They began their campaign in style with an impressive 3-14 to 0-4 win over Offaly in Kilmallock. They were held to a draw in Wexford next time out before responding with a comprehensive 2-15 to 0-9 result in Meath. Antrim were 3-8 to 0-10 victors when they met earlier on the group which was their penultimate game before the first Clare clash.

Antrim come into the clash on the back of five successive wins in the championship. The Ulster outfit were beaten by Clare in their opener, 1-8 to 0-6 but have responded in style with successive wins over Offaly, Wexford, Limerick and Meath before overcoming Wexford in the semi-finals. They were comfortable in that last four victory, sealing their place in the final with a 4-12 to 1-8 win over the Yellowbellies.

The recent form of the Ulster side will have them as slight favourites but if Limerick can keep the Antrim goal threat at bay, it will go a long way in upsetting the odds as they seek a first Minor title since 2014.

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Limerick face Antrim in the All-Ireland Minor A Shield Final in Nowlan Park on Sunday May 7 at 2.30pm


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