LISTEN: Treaty Talk EP46 With Sporting Limerick & Matt O’Callaghan

Matt O’Callaghan joins us for a rundown of some big U21 football games over the weekend with a U21 B football semi final, two premier U21 football semi finals and an U21 A football final down for decision. The fixtures are listed below. 

FRIDAY 7THDECEMBER, 2018 County U21 B Football Championship Semi Final-E.T.I.N.

Bruff/Galtee Gaels v Clan na nGael in Mick Neville Park at 8:00 pm

SATURDAY 8THDECEMBER, 2018 County U21 Premier Football Championship Semi-Finals-E.T.I.N.

Rathkeale v Monaleen in Newcastle West at 4:00 p.m.

Adare v Newcastle West  in The Bog Garden, Rathkeale at 2:00 pm.

SUNDAY, 9THDECEMBER 2018County Under 21 A Football Championship Final

Galbally v Kildimo Pallaskenry Kilmallock at 2.00 pm

We also look at the return of the Munster Senior Hurling League with Limerick taking on Tipp and Kerry before Christmas. All that plus a look back on Seamus Hickey’s glittering career as he calls time on his involvement with Limerick.

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