Lidl Ladies Football Tipperary vs Dublin Live Scores Commentary Updates

Lidl Ladies Football Tipperary vs Dublin Live Scores Commentary Updates,

Tipperary v Dublin, 6.30pm, Semple Stadium (J Murphy, Carlow)

 

Table-toppers Dublin will aim to finish the group stages with a third consecutive win and with progress to the last four already secured, manager Mick Bohan can experiment with five changes in personnel.

Tipperary are facing into a relegation play-off but ill hope to put up a decent display against the visiting TG4 All-Ireland Senior champions to boost confidence levels.

Having lost out to Cork in Round 1, a disappointing home reverse against Waterford last weekend has left the Premier County sweating on top flight status.

The TG4 cameras will visit Semple Stadium in Thurles for this one – with Dublin already showing ominous early season form.

 

Dublin (v Tipperary): A Sheils; M Byrne; N Collins, H Leahy; O Nolan, O Carey, L Caffrey; L Magee, J Dunne; L Collins, S Killeen, C O’Connor; N McEvoy, H Tyrrell, S Aherne (capt.).

 

Tipperary (v Dublin): L Fitzpatrick; L Spillane, M Curley, E Cronin; R Daly, C Kennedy, E Kelly; A.R. Kennedy, E Fitzpatrick; E Carroll, A Moloney (capt.), E Morrissey; C O’Dwyer, M Creedon, A Delaney.

Dublin vs Kerry Live Score Commentary Updates Football Division 1 South

Dublin vs Kerry Live Score Commentary Updates Football Division 2 South

Dublin: Evan Comerford; Eoin Murchan, David Byrne, Jonny Cooper; James McCarthy, John Small, Robert McDaid; Brian Fenton, Tom Lahiff; Niall Scully, Ciaran Kilkenny, Dara Mullin; Paddy Small, Con O’Callaghan, Cormac Costello

Kerry (FL1 v Dublin): Kieran Fitzgibbon; Brian Ó Beaglaoich, Tadhg Morley, Jason Foley; Paul Murphy, Gavin Crowley, Gavin White; David Moran, Jack Barry; Dara Moynihan, Sean O’Shea, Paul Geaney; David Clifford, Killian Spillane, Paudie Clifford

Subs: Brendan Kealy, Graham O’Sullivan, Paul O’Shea, Jack Sherwood, Tommy Walsh, Mike Breen, Ronan Buckley, Joe O’Connor, Micheál Burns, Stephen O’Brien

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Tipperary vs Wicklow Live Score Commentary Updates Football Division 3 South

Tipperary vs Wicklow Get Live GAA Score Commentary, and score updates from this Football Division 3 South clash on Saturday at 4:30 pm.

Team News
Tipperary: Michael O’Reilly, Alan Campbell, Jimmy Feehan, Colm O’Shaughesey, Emmet Moloney, Paudie Feehan, Jack Harney, Steven O’Brien, Conal Kennedy, Jason Lonergan, Colman Kennedy, Brian Fox, Liam Boland, Conor Sweeney, Sean O’Connor

Wicklow: Mark Johnson, Nicky Deveraux, Jamie Small, Oisin Manning, Andy Maher, Paul Donnelly, Aaran Murphy, Podge O’Toole, Dean Healy, Darragh Fitzgerald, Mark Kenny, Conor Byrne, Eoin Darcy, Seanie Furlong, James Sheeran.

WEEKEND GAA BETTING 
Saturday 22nd May

NFL Division 1 Football
Donegal 4/11
Draw 8/1
Monaghan 11/4
17:00

Armagh 2/1
Draw 15/2
Tyrone 1/2
19:00

NFL Division 2 Football
Westmeath 11/2
Draw 14/1
Mayo 1/8
15:00

Laois 4/1
Draw 11/1
Cork 1/5
19:00

NFL Division 3 Football
Offaly 4/7
Draw 15/2
Limerick 7/4
15:00

Tipperary 1/5
Draw 11/1
Wicklow 9/2
16:30

Cavan 2/11
Draw 11/1
Longford 5/1
17:00

Derry 1/2
Draw 15/2
Fermanagh 2/1

19:00

NFL Division 4 Football
Wexford 1/8
Draw 14/1
Waterford 11/2

15:00

Sunday 23rd May

NFL Division 1 Football
Dublin 5/6
Draw 15/2
Kerry 6/5
13:45

Galway 4/7
Draw 15/2
Roscommon 7/4

14:00

NFL Division 2 Football
Kildare 3/10
Draw 9/1
Clare 3/1
14:00

Down 7/4
Draw 15/2
Meath 4/7

15:45

NFL Division 4 Football
Leitrim 7/4
Draw 8/1
Louth 4/7
3pm

Antrim 8/13
Draw 8/1
Sligo 13/8

16:00

NHL Division 1A Hurling
Cork 1/100
Draw 33/1
Westmeath  16/1
15:00

Waterford 5/2
Draw 10/1
Limerick 4/11
15:45

NHL Division 1B Hurling
Laois 8/1
Draw 20/1
Clare 1/10
15:00

NHL Division 2 Hurling
Kerry 1/5
Draw 11/1
Meath 9/2
13:00

Carlow 9/4
Draw 9/1
Offaly 4/9
14:00

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Tipperary vs Galway Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1

Tipperary vs Galway Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1, we have starting team news from the match that is live on TG4 at 1:30pm on Saturday.

Team News
Tipperary : Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett, Padraic Maher, Barry Heffernan; Robert Byrne, Seamus Kennedy, Ronan Maher; Alan Flynn, Paddy Cadell; Dan McCormack, Noel McGrath, Dillon Quirke; John O’Dwyer, Jason Forde, John McGrath

Subs: Barry Hogan, Michael Breen, Eoghan Connolly, Willie Connors, Paul Flynn, Brendan Maher, Patrick Maher, Brian McGrath, Jake Morris, Niall O’Meara, James Quigley

Galway : Eanna Murphy, Darren Morrissey, Daithi Burke, TJ Brennan, Adrian Tuohey, Padraic Mannion, Aidan Harte,
Joe Canning, Johnny Coen, Joseph Cooney, Jason Flynn, Conor Cooney, Brian Concannon, Kevin Cooney, Conor Whelan

WEEKEND GAA BETTING
Saturday 22nd May

NFL Division 1 Football
Donegal 4/11
Draw 8/1
Monaghan 11/4
17:00

Armagh 2/1
Draw 15/2
Tyrone 1/2
19:00

NFL Division 2 Football
Westmeath 11/2
Draw 14/1
Mayo 1/8
15:00

Laois 4/1
Draw 11/1
Cork 1/5
19:00

NFL Division 3 Football
Offaly 4/7
Draw 15/2
Limerick 7/4
15:00

Tipperary 1/5
Draw 11/1
Wicklow 9/2
16:30

Cavan 2/11
Draw 11/1
Longford 5/1
17:00

Derry 1/2
Draw 15/2
Fermanagh 2/1

19:00

NFL Division 4 Football
Wexford 1/8
Draw 14/1
Waterford 11/2

15:00

Sunday 23rd May

NFL Division 1 Football
Dublin 5/6
Draw 15/2
Kerry 6/5
13:45

Galway 4/7
Draw 15/2
Roscommon 7/4

14:00

NFL Division 2 Football
Kildare 3/10
Draw 9/1
Clare 3/1
14:00

Down 7/4
Draw 15/2
Meath 4/7

15:45

NFL Division 4 Football
Leitrim 7/4
Draw 8/1
Louth 4/7
3pm

Antrim 8/13
Draw 8/1
Sligo 13/8

16:00

NHL Division 1A Hurling
Cork 1/100
Draw 33/1
Westmeath 16/1
15:00

Waterford 5/2
Draw 10/1
Limerick 4/11
15:45

NHL Division 1B Hurling
Laois 8/1
Draw 20/1
Clare 1/10

15:00

NHL Division 2 Hurling
Kerry 1/5
Draw 11/1
Meath 9/2
13:00

Carlow 9/4
Draw 9/1
Offaly 4/9
14:00

DETAILS

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Tipperary vs Cork Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1

Tipperary vs Cork Live Score Commentary Updates Hurling Division 1

round 2

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Cork vs Kildare Live Score Commentary Updates Football Division 2 South

Cork vs Kildare, kick off the 2021 Football Division 2 South, Cork vs Kildare Live Score Commentary Updates

Team News
Cork: Micheál Martin; Daniel O’Mahony, Sean Meehan, Kevin Flahive; Paul Walsh, Sean Powter, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire, Kevin O’Driscoll; Colm O’Callaghan, Sean White, Ruairi Deane; John O’Rourke, Brian Hurley, Cathail O’Mahony.

Subs: Anthony Casey, Sam Ryan, Paul Ring, Kevin O’Donovan, Tadhg Corkery, Cian Kiely, Brian Hartnett, Ciaran Sheehan, Dan Dineen, Mark Cronin, Blake Murphy.

Kildare: Mark Donnellan; Mark Dempsey, Mick O’Grady, Eoin Doyle; Kevin Flynn, David Hyland, Ryan Houlihan; Luke Flynn, Aaron Masterson; Alex Beirne, Daniel Flynn, Paul Cribbin; Jimmy Hyland, Kevin Feely, Darragh Kirwan.

Betting
Cork 8/15
Kildare 7/4

Handicap
Cork -2 10/11
Kildare +2 10/11

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Limerick v Waterford – Munster Hurling Final – Live score commentary

Limerick v Waterford play in the Munster hurling final, we have live score commentary and starting teams for the 4pm throw in. 

Limerick have a chance to make it back-to-back Munster Championships on Sunday. The 2018 All-Ireland Champions got off to a flying start by defeating last year’s winners Tipperary a fortnight ago. On the other hand, Waterford overcame Cork to reach their first Munster final since 2016. The winner of this final goes on to the semi-final where they’ll patiently await the 29th of November.

Since Waterford won Munster in 2010, they have returned to the final four times. However, each of these ended in defeat. Now, there is a chance for Waterford to capitalise on the new Championship format and claim Munster after just two games.

Previously, they began their Championship against Cork. Entering the game as underdogs, they soon showed they were there to play. A frantic opening ten minutes had the score at 0-5 to 0-4 for Cork. But, then Waterford enjoyed a good spell. Soon after the first-half water break, they made it double scores at 0-10 to 0-5. Although Cork kept coming back, Waterford took a three-point lead into the break.

Waterford were against a stiff wind in the second period. Yet, they more than held their own. Another frantic restart saw them go point-for-point with the rebels. Then, the ever-impressive Calum Lyons made a characteristic burst up the wing, holding off Cork challenges before firing into the net. That gave the Déise men a six-point lead.

From there, Waterford kept the scoreboard ticking over at a safe pace. At the full-time whistle they celebrated a 1-28 to 1-24 win. Ten different scorers contributed to the Waterford tally. This is something Liam Cahill will be delighted about. However, they still accumulated a worrying amount of wides. Limerick are more efficient than Cork and will punish Waterford for such wastefulness.

Limerick earn the badge of favourites

Last year’s Munster winners came back with a point to prove after losing the All-Ireland semi-final last year. They did just that against Tipperary who they took apart ruthlessly in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Limerick applied the lessons they learned about winter Championship in their opener against Clare to their semi-final tie. As a result, there was a physical duel in the middle third that Limerick’s middle eight embraced. Their superior conditioning stopped the Tipperary charge at its source and in turn supplied the forwards with all the chances they needed.

When Aaron Gillane scored Limerick’s first goal shortly after the first-half water-break, Limerick were four points ahead. From then until half-time they put their opponents to the sword. As a result, it was 1-17 to 1-8 at the break.

Facing a strong wind in the second-half, Limerick’s work rate off the ball made sure they were never on the back foot. Furthermore, they were incredibly economical in possession, making sure to be patient with the sliotar in midfield and finding the right passes inside. It ended 3-23 to 2-17 and Limerick’s performance saw them jump the queue to be favourites for this year’s Championship.

But, they won Munster convincingly last year and still failed to reach the All-Ireland final. Based on the evidence thus far, John Kiely’s side are out to prove a point to themselves.

Waterford have already proved capable of competing with the big teams. But, they need to be at their best and above to trump this Limerick team. Even if they fail to conquer Munster for the first time in a decade, Waterford could have a big part to play in the rest of the Championship.

Whereas, Limerick should have too much class for their opponents here. They know how to manage games and the competition within the team is only driving them on.

The Munster Hurling Final is on RTÉ on Sunday.

Limerick are 2/9 favourites with Paddy Power versus Waterford’s 4/1. A draw is 11/1.

Prediction: Limerick.

They meet in the Munster final for the first time in 13 years when Waterford won by nine  points (3-17 to 1-14) in 2007. Limerick later avenged that defeat in the All-Ireland semi-final,  winning by 5-11 to 2-15. 

HOW THEY GOT HERE 

Limerick 0-36 Clare 1-23 

Limerick 3-23 Tipperary 2-17 

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Waterford 1-28 Cork 1-24 

LAST FIVE CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS 

2019: Limerick 2-24 Waterford 0-10 (Munster round robin) 

2018: Limerick 2-26 Waterford 1-16 (Munster round robin) 

2011: Waterford 3-15 Limerick 3-14 (Munster semi-final) 

2009: Waterford 0-25 Limerick 0-17 (Munster semi-final) Replay 

2009: Waterford 0-11 Limerick 1-8 (Munster semi-final) Draw 

MUNSTER FINAL MEETINGS 

2007: Waterford 3-17 Limerick 1-14 

1934: Limerick 4-8 Waterford 2-5 

1933: Limerick 3-7 Waterford 1-2 (unfinished – Limerick awarded game) 

Facts and Figures

*Limerick are seeking their 21st Munster title; Waterford are bidding for their 10th

*Limerick beat Waterford by 2-24 to 0-10 in last year’s Munster championship ‘round robin.’  The last competitive clash between them was in this year’s Allianz League when Limerick  won by four points in March. 

*Limerick are attempting to win the Munster title in successive years for the first time since  1980-81. Waterford last won the title in 2010 and were last in the final in 2016 when they  lost to Tipperary.

*Aaron Gillane 2-18 (0-14 frees, 1-0 pen, 0-1 ‘65’), Ger Hegarty 0-7, Tom Morrissey 0-6,  Diarmuid Byrnes 0-6 (0-2 frees) are Limerick’s top scorers in their two championship  games to date. 

*Stephen Bennett 0-12 (0-12 frees), Calum Lyons 1-2 were Waterford’s top scorers in the  semi-final win over Cork.

Munster Hurling FInal: Limerick vs Waterford, Sunday, 15th November, 16:00 (Semple Stadium, Thurles). 

Leinster Hurling Final Preview: Kilkenny vs Galway

https://twitter.com/officialgaa/status/1326170245451505665

https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/leinster-hurling-final-preview-kilkenny-vs-galway/

GAA Result – Cork easily beat Dublin in Hurling Qualifiers

Cork were always on top and easily beat Dublin who were very poor after a brave display against Kilkenny, we hace list of scorers from the match.

Preview

Knockout hurling – Dublin vs Cork: Hurling – Live score commentary and Starting teams for the clash that starts at 3:45pm on Saturday. 

Dublin and Cork will get a second bite at the cherry this weekend after their defeats to Kilkenny and Waterford respectively. The Dubs were eliminated by Laois in the qualifiers last year in a shock defeat. The pressure is on now to show they can compete with the big guns. Meanwhile, Cork are looking to bounce back from a surprising defeat of their own against Waterford.

Firstly, Dublin saw off Laois in Croke Park to avenge last year’s elimination. Then, they came up against Kilkenny and saw a brave comeback fall just short of the line.

At half-time, Dublin were down by fifteen after scoring just 0-7 in the opening period. But, goals from Ronan Hayes and Chris Cummey helped them rally and they drew level with just minutes to go. Kilkenny managed to fight to victory though and Dublin have no more second chances.

Otherwise, Cork were the victims of an upset in Semple Stadium last weekend.

After a bright start, a twelve minute dry-spell in the first-half left the rebels three off the pace at half-time. The second-half began the same way and Cork found themselves down 1-19 to 0-14 after 40 minutes.

By the final quarter, Waterford’s lead was just five but Cork couldn’t get any closer. Waterford finished strongly and when Patrick Horgan scored a goal in injury time for the rebels it was too late.

Last weekend, tough conditions ensured heavy ground under foot. Hence, the quick turnaround is not ideal for either side. But, Dublin will be grateful for the Croke Park surface last weekend and will hope Cork are feeling the effects of the winter conditions.

Paddy Power suggest Cork are going through. They have the Munster men at 8/15. In contrast, Dublin are 15/8 and a draw is 9/1.

The game is live on Sky.

Prediction: Draw. Dublin showed fight against Kilkenny and will be eager not to lose out so early in the competition for a consecutive year. If it does go to extra time though, Cork will have a bit more in the tank.

Hurling All-Ireland Qualifier: Dublin vs Cork, Saturday, November 7th, 15:45 (Semple Stadium, Thurles).

GAA Fixtures – Munster & Leinster Hurling fixtures 2020

https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/national-hurling-league-fixtures-2020/

https://twitter.com/OfficialCorkGAA/status/1323272114519105538

 

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Tipperary vs Clare Munster Football – Click for live score commentary & Starting Teams

Tipperary Starting Team

Evan Comerford: Alan Campbell Jimmy Feehan Colm O’Shaughnessy ; Bill Maher Kevin Fahey Robbie Kiely; Steven O’Brien Liam Casey; Jack Kennedy Michael Quinlivan Conal Kennedy; Jason Lonergan Conor Sweeney Brian Fox;

Clare  Starting Team

Eamonn Tubridy; Gordan Kelly Cillian Brennan Eoghan Collins; Pearse Lillis Aaron Fitzgerald Alan Sweeney; Gary Brennan Cathal O’Connor ;  Ciarán Russell  Eoin Cleary (C)  Jamie Malone ;  Keelan Sexton  Joe McGann  Cian O’Dea

 

Munster football quarter-final Tipperary v Clare, we have live score commentary and starting teams, game starts with a throw in at 1:15pm

A Munster semi-final awaits the winner of Tipperary vs Clare this Sunday. These two teams went through their respective League campaigns without making any headlines and remaining in their respective divisions. But, Championship football can throw up surprises. This year, the knock-out format means there is no room for error so games will be nervy and anything can happen.

Clare’s win over Fermanagh in the first game back proved to be enough to save them in Division 2. Last weekend, they lost to Armagh but remained above the dropzone. There were some good spells against Armagh that Colm Collins will be very encouraged by. However, it will take a good performance for the full 70 minutes to advance in the Championship.

In Division 3, Tipperary secured their survival by beating Leitrim in round 7. A goal in each half went a long way to their success. Liam Casey’s strike five minutes from time put the game beyond Leitrim. But, the Connacht side fought for the full game. As a result, Tipperary are well prepared heading into the Championship.

Last season, Tipperary lost two in a row in the Championship. Now, it will only take one game to end their season. Hence, there is no room for error. In contrast, Clare bounced back from their defeat to Kerry in the Munster semi-final by going all the way to the fourth round of the qualifiers. There, just a point stopped them from going to the Super 8s.

Paddy Power have gone with Tipperary as the 8/11 favourites. Clare are 11/8 and a draw is 15/2.

GAA GO are live streaming the game.

Prediction: Clare.

Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final: Tipperary vs Clare, Sunday, November 1st, 13:00 (Semple Stadium). 

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

https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/list-of-51-gaa-live-matches-scheduled-to-be-shown-on-tv-by-rte-sky-sports/

https://twitter.com/TipperaryGAA/status/1320389266510368771

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Cork vs Waterford Munster Hurling – Team News & Live Score Commentary

Cork vs Waterford Munster Hurling semi-final we have team news & live score commentary, match start time is 3:30pm Saturday.

The Munster Hurling Championship commenced last weekend with Limerick vs Clare. Now, Cork vs Waterford will mark the first Munster semi-final on Saturday. Waterford enter this game with more to prove. On the other hand, Cork went steady in last year’s Championship without ever really threatening to be All-Ireland contenders.

Unfortunately, Cork will be without Eoin Cadogan and Darragh Fitzgibbon for the game due to injury. In addition to this, Robbie O’Flynn will serve his suspension for a red card received in March. On the other hand, Colm Spillane is available for selection. Furthermore, the suspension of the U20 Championship could mean Kieran Kingston adds some youth to his panel.

Previously, Cork’s League campaign was underwhelming as the team transitioned into Kingston’s return. This came off the back of last year’s quarter-final defeat to Kilkenny. After failing to make the Munster final last year, this is a chance to prove their ambition.

Waterford failed to win a single game in the 2019 Championship. However, Tadhg de Búrca’s return to top-form after injury means Austin Gleeson may once again feature in the forward line. A boost up front is exactly what Waterford need and Gleeson is more than worthy of providing it. The winter setting might see Waterford compete once again.

Cork are 8/15 favourites to advance to the final with Paddy Power. Meanwhile, Waterford are 15/8 and a draw is 8/1.

Sky Sports are sending their cameras to Thurles for this game.

Prediction: Cork.

Munster Hurling Championship Semi-Final: Cork vs Waterford, Saturday, October 31st, 15:30 (Semple Stadium). 

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

https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/list-of-51-gaa-live-matches-scheduled-to-be-shown-on-tv-by-rte-sky-sports/

https://twitter.com/hoganstandgaa/status/1320843654496350209

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