All-Ireland minor hurling championship final, Kilkenny v Galway at Croke Park, Sunday, 1 pm go on TG4. allow North American country to leap forward by per week for a flash to next weekend’s All-Ireland Under-20 final.
We already understand that no matter happens at Croke Park on Sunday, the new minor and senior All-Ireland champions won’t have won a provincial title which can also be the case for the new under-20 champions, if Cork win that one.
It’s a curious incidence that may indicate any range of things, none of that can be properly investigated in four hundred words.
The Eire minors, admittedly, don’t even have a provincial championship to contest tho’ Kilkenny, their opponents tomorrow, came up short against Wexford within the Leinster final.
He is a giant player for Eire, as is Alex Connaire before him in eye and free-taker McDonagh in what’s a dangerous forward unit. Billy Drennan has been Kilkenny’s chief crack shot, delivering from frees and in open play whereas Timmy Clifford is extremely rated as is midfielder Liam Moore.
It’s constant final pairing as last year, a game Eire won by 0-21 to 0-14. It’s 2 entirely new groups twelve months on, though McGlynn, Colm choreographer, Connaire, Eoin Lawless and McDonagh were all on the bench last year – choreographer, McDonagh and McGlynn approaching – which expertise can stand to them.
Kilkenny’s Jack Doyle, a goalscorer within the Leinster final and against Limerick, and centre-back Padraic Moylan came on for his or her county in last year’s final.