WATCH: Treaty Talk EP146: Hurlers complete three in a row, U20s Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie & More!

Matt and Jack are back once again to discuss another busy weekend of Limerick GAA action including the historic Munster final win for the Limerick hurlers. The huge win for the U20s victory over Clare, the Ladies Football team and the Limerick Camogie sides. 

Limerick defeated Tipperary in the Munster Senior Football Championship final this past weekend in what was a historic three in a row and an amazing comeback, with one of the finest displays in hurling history by a team in the second half.

Aided with the brilliance of Cian Lynch and the amazing solo goal from Kyle Hayes, John Kiely’s men earned themselves another Munster title and a place in the All-Ireland Semi-finals after their 2-29 to 3-21 victory.

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Limerick U20 hurlers claimed victory over long standing Munster rivals Clare to book a spot in the Munster U20 Hurling Final. Adam English had an amazing goal in their victory to which he channelled his inner Kyle Hayes. The game finished 1-27 to 0-17, the Shannonsiders will now look ahead to Cork, Jack and Matt discuss the events in depth.

Donal Ryan’s Ladies side saw their first victory of the Junior Championship in the second-round win against Derry, the game finished 2-7 to 0-12. Limerick will now look ahead to Saturday’s clash with Antrim and will look to make it two wins from three in the campaign so far.

They look back on the senior Camogie sides loss to Wexford and their game with Tipperary this Sunday, as well as the Juniors’ championship opener against Cavan.

The Limerick Minor’s booked their place in the semi-final of the Munster Minor football championship with a 2-9 to 1-9 victory over Tipperary in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Kevin Denihan and his men will now look to the challenge of Clare as Matt and Jack give their analysis on the win and all things GAA from the past week.

Watch Treaty Talk EP146 below!

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