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St Mary’s face big league challenge in Thurles

ALL of our six junior teams in the Munster Junior League will be in action this coming week-end as the season heads into its final stages. Champions-elect in Section A, Richmond will pay a visit to Liam Fitzgerald Park on Friday night to take on Thomond. Games between these two clubs are always hard-fought and this fixture will be no exception.
The Canal Bank boys’ bonus point win over Old Christians in Cork last week-end secured the title but they will still be keen to get a win over the royal blues.
Newcastle West suffered a few set-backs in the latter stages of this competition and they will host Clanwilliam on Sunday, Abbeyfeale are away to Waterpark and in Section B, Galbally-Mitchelstown will host Dungarvan at the Limerick venue.
Biggest game of the week-end promises to be the clash of Thurles and St Mary’s in Section A. The ‘Saints’ are clinging onto their status at present and their win over Crosshaven two weeks ago sets them up for a vital meeting against the Tipperary side. Points will be crucial in this game and St Mary’s will be hoping for a tightening up of their overall play that would see them come home with the laurels.
Kick-off 2.30pm unless otherwise stated.
Friday 3rd March
Munster Junior League Section A: Thomond v Richmond, Liam Fitzgerald Park, 7.30pm.
Saturday, 4th March
Munster Junior League Section A: Crosshaven v Kilfeacle, Crosshaven, 5pm.
Sunday, 5th March
Bank of Ireland Munster Junior Plate: Cashel v Fethard, Cashel, 2pm.
St. Senan’s v Dolphin, Jim Slattery Park, 2pm.
Bank of Ireland Munster Junior Bowl: Sundays Well v Killarney, Musgrave Park ,2pm
Munster Junior League Section A: Clonakilty v Old Christians,The Vale.
Mallow v Bandon, Mallow.
Muskerry v Skibbereen, Ballyanly.
Newcastle West v Clanwilliam, Newcastle West.
Thurles v St. Mary’s,Thurles.
Waterpark v Abbeyfeale, Ballinakill.
Section B: Cobh Pirates v Youghal, Cobh.
Galbally-Mitchelstown v Dungarvan, Galbally.
Martin O’Sullivan Cup: Scariff v Waterford City, Clanwilliam Park,2pm;

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