Semi-Final details revealed for Bank Of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup

Limerick Clubs Garryowen and Young Munster battle for a Munster Senior Challenge Cup final spot against Tipperary and Cork outfits Cashel and Highfield respectively.

The AIL’s division 1A leaders Garryowen are set to host Tipperary side Cashel his Friday 22nd October in Dooradoyle.

Garryowen secured their ticket to this Friday’s semi-final thanks to victories over UCC and Bruff, while Cashel earned their place with wins over Shannon and Tipperary rivals Nenagh Ormond.

The clash will have a late kick-off time of 8pm under lights at Dooradoyle.

Cork outfit Highfield are set to host reigning champions Young Munster in the competition’s other semi-final, which will be played at Woodleigh Park on Saturday the 18th December.

Reaching the last four of the competition, Highfield have accounted for city rivals Sundays Well while in the last round they secured a nail biting 32-31 victory over Old Crescent.

Young Munster’s title defence has gone smoothly so far with wins over a strong Cork Constitution side and the always prominent UL Bohemian.


Take a look at the fixture list below:

22nd October: Garryowen FC v Cashel RFC @ 8pm in Dooradoyle.

18th December: Highfield RFC v Young Munster RFC @ 2pm in Woodleigh Park.

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