2-17 - 3-23Full Time
Tipperary Hurling
    Limerick Hurling
      • 75'

        Seamus Flanagan GOAL

      • 63'

        John McGrath point

      • 62'

        Aaron Gillane puts Limerick 8pts up with 8min to play

      • 56'

        Alan Flynn gets Tipp within 5pts

      • 56'

        McGrath gets a GOAL, it shouldnt have been allowed

      • 53'

        Limerick by 9pts at the waterbreak

      • 51'

        Aaron Gillane free

      • 49'

        Aaron Gillane penalty is scored, Limerick by 10pts

      • 39'

        Aaron Gillane free

      • 39'

        Aaron Gillane free

      • 37'

        Jason Forde hits over the free

      • 36'

        William O’Donoghue

      • 35'

        Tipperary 1-08 1-17 Limerick, Half time in Pairc Ui Chaoimh

      • 35'

        Graeme Mulcahy puts Limerick 9pts up

      • 34'

        Cian Lynch and Peter Casey hit scores

      • 32'

        Cian Lynch puts Limerick 6pts up

      • 31'

        Aaron Gillane with an easy free

      • 29'

        Brendan Maher point

      • 26'

        Graeme Mulcahy point

      • 26'

        Jason Forde and Cian Lynch trade scores

      • 24'

        Aaron Gillane with an easy free

      • 24'

        Aaron Gillane responds immediately with a GOAL

      • 21'

        GOAL from Jake Morris

      • 21'

        William O’Donoghue with his second point

      • 20'

        Gearoid Hegarty puts Limerick 4 pts up

      • Limerick lead 0-07 to 0-4 at waterbreak

      • 16'

        Long range free from Diarmaid Byrnes

      • 15'

        Limerick goal is disallowed

      • 13'

        Aaron Gillane free goes wide

      • 10'

        After some discussion, Tipp are awarded a point

      • 8'

        Tom Morrissey point

      • 7'

        William O’Donoghue point

      • 6'

        Tom Morrissey point

      • 5'

        Jason Forde free for Tipp

      • Hannon score for Limerick

      • 2'

        Opening free for Limerick

      • Limerick (Munster SHC v Tipperary): Nickie Quaid; Sean Finn, Dan Morrissey, Barry Nash; Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Darragh O’Donovan; Cian Lynch, William O’Donoghue; Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, Tom Morrissey; Graeme Mulcahy, Aaron Gillane, Peter Casey. Subs: Barry Hennessy, Jerome Boylan, Adrian Breen, Ronan Connolly, David Dempsey, Seamus Flanagan, Robbie Hanley, Paddy O’Loughlin, Brian O’Grady, David Reidy, Pat Ryan.

      • Tipperary : Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett, Barry Heffernan, Sean O'Brien; Ronan Maher, Brendan Maher, Padraic Maher; Noel McGrath, Alan Flynn; Mark Kehoe, Jason Forde, Niall O'Meara; John McGrath, Seamus Callanan, Jake Morris.


      TeamScoresLive ScoreOutcome
      Tipperary02-17Loss, Draw, Win
      Limerick03-23Loss, Draw, Win


      Tipperary vs Limerick Munster Hurling – Preview, starting teams and live score commentary for the game that starts at 4pm

      Last weekend, Limerick opened the Munster Hurling Championship by beating Clare by ten points. The result was a statement of intent from the 2018 All-Ireland winners who now face the holders Tipperary just a week on from their victory. Tipperary vs Limerick is at 4pm on Sunday.

      Limerick had eleven different scorers in the game against Clare that doubled as the League final. In the forwards, Tom Morrissey (0-4) and Gearóid Hegarty (0-5) found their performances worthy of a Team of the Week inclusion. Likewise, the defenders got in on the action. Diarmuid Byrnes hit 0-3 and Declan Bannon got a point to justify their selections in the week’s finest fifteen.

      Limerick’s second-half performance was what really set them apart from a brave Clare team. This sort of seventy-minute performance will encourage John Kiely who knows his team will need to go the distance on Sunday.

      Tipp not phased by being the ones to beat

      Tipperary are without the advantage of having a competitive game since the GAA’s resumption. However, the fresh legs could be an advantage in itself as the winter setting will take its toll on teams quickly.

      In the run to Tipperary’s All-Ireland victory last year, Limerick were the only team to beat them. This was in the Munster final that saw a twelve-point difference between the sides. Despite eventually winning the Liam McCarthy, there will be an element of revenge on the Tipperary players’ minds.

      This year, the Championship again offers a second chance via the qualifiers. However, Tipperary captain Seamus Callanan is planning on taking a more direct route this time around.

      “We’re in a Munster semi-final, going through the back door is not going to enter our heads. It’s a situation you can only deal with if you’re put in it,” he said. “We’re going all out to win and not thinking that there’s a crutch to fall back on in case anything else happens.”

      Limerick’s outing against Clare made them the favourites for this one with Paddy Power. They are 8/11 to defeat the holders. Meanwhile, Tipperary are 11/8 and a draw is 8/1.

      RTÉ Sport are showing the game live.

      Prediction: Limerick.

      Munster Hurling Championship Semi-Final: Tipperary vs Limerick, Sunday, November 1st, 16:00 (Páirc Uí Chaoimh).

      List of live gaa matches on Eirsport, Sky Sports, GAAGO & RTE


      Date Time League Season Full Time
      November 1, 2020 16:00 Munster Championship 2020 70'


      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
      Páirc Uí Chaoimh, The Marina, Dundanion, Mahon A, Cork, Cork City 2019, County Cork, Munster, T12 Y0EH, Ireland





      Past Meetings

      GAA - Division 1A Hurling
      Semple Stadium, Tipperary