EPHIE Fitzgerald's Lidl National League Division 1 Champions Cork have made two changes to their starting team as they prepare for Sunday's TG4 Munster Senior Championship Round 2 clash with Waterford.
The Munster SHC lived up to its billing once again while Dublin came from behind to nick a point off Wexford. Elsewhere, it was business as usual for the Cats and Westmeath recorded a famous victory over Offaly in the Joe McDonagh Cup…
"It was a game we were looking to since the draw was made especially since it was on our home patch. We targeted a good start and we said we weren't going to take a step back and see what Monaghan were going to bring."
Waterford ladies manager Ciaran Curran says his side are looking forward to locking horns with last year's TG4 All-Ireland finalists, Cork, after they claimed a second win over Kerry (1-12 to 2-4) in a week to launch their TG4 Munster SFC drive.
It was with a huge sigh of relief that Clare progressed to a Munster SFC semi-final meeting with Kerry for the fourth year in succession after holding on for a one-point victory over Waterford at Cusack Park in Ennis.
Featuring an all star cast of David Clifford, Brian Fenton, Conor McManus, Seamus Harnedy and Gearoid Hegarty, RTE's 'The Sunday Game' sets the scene for this summer's gaelic football and hurling championship action in this promotional video…
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