WATCH: Treaty Talk EP162 | Ladies Football County Final & Junior A Hurling Final Preview

Matt and Jack look ahead to this weekend’s Limerick Ladies Football Senior and Intermediate Finals as well as the Junior A Hurling final between St Kierans and Caherline.

Matt and Jack are back ahead of St Keiran’s clash with Caherline in the Limerick Senior Hurling Final. They preview Saturday’s final where the winner will earn progress t o the Intermediate ranks and a place in the Munster club championship.

The duo also preview the Limerick Ladies Senior County Football Final between Monagea and Ballylanders on Sunday which forms a double header with the Intermediate final between Dromcollogher Broadford and Oola on at 12noon.

They also discuss John Lillis’ appointment as Camogie manager, the munster club championships as they round out with their predictions!

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