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      • 91'

        Seamus O'Carroll had an easy mark to go to penalties, but he blasted it wide. You have to feel for the Limerick man.

      • 90'

        Brian Fox kicks Tipperary ahead

      • 88'

        Robbie Kiely levels it up, great score

      • 86'

        Limerick keeper kicks them in front, what a game

      • 83'

        Sean McSweeney point and its level

      • 80'

        Half time of extra time - Only one score in first half of extra time and that was from Tipperary

      • 76'

        Boland kicks his second score and Tipp are in front

      • 75'

        Still no score in extra time

      • 71'

        71ET - Poor wide by Conor Sweeney

      • 70'

        Game going into extra time

      • 74'

        An unbelievable point from Conor Sweeney

      • 72'

        Cian Sheehan puts Limerick ahead

      • 62'

        27mins 2nd half @TipperaryGAA : 1-11(14) @LimerickCLG : 2-8(14)

      • 53'

        Tipperary goal from play Liam Casey

      • 51'

        Tipperary points from play Conor Sweeney & Liam Boland

      • 44'

        Point from free Conor Sweeney

      • 44'

        Tipperary point from play Kevin Fahey

      • 37'

        Tipperary point from free Conor Sweeney

      • 36'

        Tipperary point from free Jack Kennedy

      • 35'

        Limerick lead by 7pts at half time, 2-06 to 0-05

      • 35'

        Killian Ryan point from Limerick before half time

      • 33'

        Conor Sweeney get s much needed Tipperary point

      • 32'

        Cillian Fahy with a screamer, Limerick 7pts up

      • 31'

        Tommy Griffin makes it double scores

      • 27'

        Sean McSweeney with a great goal for Limerick, they lead by 3pts

      • 20'

        Michael Quinlivan levels it up

      • 16'

        Tipperary point from free Conor Sweeney

      • 14'

        Cillian Fahy puts Limerick 2pys uup

      • 11'

        Tipperary point from free Jack Kennedy

      • 10'

        Donal O'Sullivan kicks Limerick in front

      • 7'

        Free Conor Sweeney

      • (1) Both had impressive wins last weekend – Tipperary, who finished fifth in Division 3, beat Clare, who had  finished sixth in Division 2 while Limerick ran out easy winners over Waterford.  (2) Conor Sweeney top-scored on 1-4 (0-2 frees) for Tipperary in their win over Clare. (3) Hugh Bourke on 0-4 (0-2 frees, 0-1 ‘mark’) and Cillian Fahy (1-1) were Limerick’s top scorers in the win  over Waterford.  (4) Tipperary are bidding to reach the Munster final for the first time since 2016 while Limerick’s last ap pearance in the decider was in 2010. 

      • Tipperary : Evan Comerford; Alan Campbell, Jimmy Feehan, Colm O'Shaughnessy; Bill Maher, Kevin Fahey, Robbie Kiely; Conal Kennedy, Liam Casey; Jack Kennedy, Michael Quinlivan, Emmet Moloney; Jason Lonergan, Conor Sweeney, Colman Kennedy. Subs: Michael O'Reilly, Tadhg Fitzgerald, Brian Fox, Jack Harney, Padraic Looram, Paudie Feehan, Riain Quigley, Shane Foley, Sean O'Connor, Kevin O'Halloran, Liam Boland.

      • Limerick : Donal O'Sullivan; Sean O'Dea, Brian Fanning, Paul Maher; Tony McCarthy, Iain Corbett, Gordon Brown; Darragh Treacy, Tommie Childs; Killian Ryan, Cillian Fahy, Adrian Enright; Hugh Bourke, Tommy Griffin, Sean McSweeney. Subs: Eoghan Sherlock, Gareth Noonan, Michael Donovan, Robbie Childs, Cian Sheehan, Seamus O'Carroll, Padraig De Brun, Mike Fitzgibbon, Davy Lyons, Danny Neville, Gerard Stack.


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      Munster Football – Limerick v Tipperary – Live score commentary, preview and starting teams – Match starts at 1:15pm Saturday

      The counties of Limerick and Tipperary meet in Championship for the second week in a row on Sunday. However, this time football is the code. For the first time in four years, a team that is not Kerry or Cork will compete in the Munster Football Final.

      Limerick overcame Waterford in their Championship opener last weekend by a comfortable 11 points. Early goals from Cillian Fahy and Adrian Enright set them on their way.

      Previously, Limerick won Division 4 by defeating Sligo. Manager Billy Lee will be glad to see his team’s league success carry into the Championship. Limerick followed up on their good start against Waterford by managing the game well in the second half, picking off points with no major pressure ever coming on them.

      Limerick last reached the Munster final in 2010. Now, they have a great chance to begin the new decade in the same way.

      Last season, Tipperary’s Championship was a short one. Firstly, they lost to Limerick in Munster. Next, Down knocked them out in round 1 of the qualifiers.

      This year, the absence of a back door means their form has to be better. So far, they have started well by beating Clare.

      Last Sunday, they led from start to finish to eliminate the Banner county. Like Limerick, two goals went a long way to their dominance. Conor Sweeney and Brian Fox raised green flags to open an eight-point lead that Clare couldn’t reel in.

      In recent seasons, Tipperary have failed to replicate the form that saw them reach the 2016 All-Ireland semi-final. However, nine survivors from the side that lost that game to Mayo started last Sunday. Those players know how to win and they’ll be keen to take advantage of being on the opposite side of the draw to Kerry and Cork.

      Paddy Power have backed Tipperary to qualify at 4/11. Otherwise, the Division 4 Champions are 11/4 and a draw is 15/2.

      RTÉ News Now are showing the game live.

      Prediction: Tipperary. It will be a very close game but Tipp have found form at the right time.

      Munster Football Championship Semi-FInal: Limerick vs Tipperary, Saturday, November 7th, 13:15 (Gaelic Grounds).

      A combined 15 of Gaelic footballers with only one player per county




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      November 7, 202013:15Munster Championship202007/11/2070'


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