A repeat of the 2022 All-Ireland final could be in store for hurling supporters as Ballygunner got the better of Ballyea in Saturday’s AIB Munster Club Hurling Championship final.
Victory for Ballyhale Shamrocks in Sunday’s Leinster decider against Kilmacud Crokes would see two heavyweights of club hurling, Ballyhale Shamrocks and Ballygunner, go head-to-head once more in the All-Ireland semi-final.
The Waterford side proved too strong for their Clare opponents in Semple Stadium as they ran out 1-23 to 0-17 winners thanks to 0-10 from sharpshooter Pauric Mahony and a goal Patrick Fitzgerald.
While 2013 Hurler of the Year Tony Kelly starred for his club yet again with a remarkable individual tally of 0-11, the All-Ireland champions grew into the game as it progressed to seal another provincial crown under the lights in Thurles.
We’ll find out live on KCLR who Ballygunner will be facing in the last-four as we bring you live coverage of tomorrow’s Leinster final between the Shamrocks and Kilmacud Crokes from 2.30pm in Croke Park with thanks to Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd.