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Munster crowned 2019 All-Ireland Wheelchair Hurling Champions

Munster GAA have been crowned 2019 All-Ireland Wheelchair Hurling Champions.

Coached by Dave Fitzgerald, John Carey and Emma Keogh, Munster beat Ulster, Leinster and Connacht to claim the trophy at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown, Dublin on Sunday.

The event marked a great day for both the GAA and Sports inclusion.

On the biggest day of the Wheelchair Hurling calendar, the trip back home was even sweeter for the Munster panel.

2019 All-Ireland Champions – Munster Squad

Steven Casey

Caroline O’Halloran

Gary O’Halloran

Sultan Kaka

James McCarthy (Captain)

Kieran Bennis

Edel Morrissey

Maurice Noonan (Vice-Captain)

Cian Hogan

Ellie Sheehy

Darren Dineen

Shane Delaney

Check out some of the best tweets from Munster’s Championship win below!

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