Club and inter-county draws

The draws have been made for the 2020 Munster championship as well as the next round of club fixtures

Cian O’Dee and Steven O’Brien battle for possession in the 2019 NFL

The draws for the 2020 provincial championships took place this morning and in Munster, Tipperary have been paired with Clare.

New manager David Power was handed a tough draw this morning in the 2020 Munster championship as his charges have been paired with the Banner county. The sides met in the final game of this year’s Allianz national football league with Clare emerging as winners, 3-15 to 1-19, a result that condemned the Premier to division 3 football for next year. Indeed, in 2018 the sides drew in Ennis in the league, 0-11 apiece, and this ultimately cost Tipperary promotion to division 1 for the first time in their history. The competitive nature of these games provide ample evidence that Tipperary will have to be at their best if they are going to proceed to the next round.

The full draw is as follows:

Quarter final 1 – Waterford v Limerick

Quarter final 2 – Clare v Tipperary

Semi-finals – Winner of quarter final 1 v Winner of quarter-final 2

                           Cork v Kerry

Liam Boland will be hoping Moyle Rovers can put back-to-back Tipperary senior football championships ©

FBD Insurance County Championships


In the FBD Insurance county senior football semi-finals defending champions Moyle Rovers have been drawn against JK Bracken’s while Clonmel Commercials will pit their wits against Loughmore Castleiney. These exciting semi-finals are expected to take place on the last weekend of October.

Tom Cusack Cup

In the newly established Tom Cusack Cup Éire Óg Annacarty Donohill will play Killenaule while Aherlow Gaels take on Kilsheelan Kilcash.


In the dreaded relegation semi-finals Galtee Rovers will be hoping to get one better over last year’s intermediate champions Moyne Templetuohy while 2018 county finalists Ardfinnan face the North’s only representatives in the senior championship, Kiladangan. The losers of these games will meet in the final with one team to drop down to intermediate.


In the intermediate semi-finals Golden Kilfeacle will play Moycarkey Borris while Clonmel Commercials take on neighbours Clonmel Óg.


In the junior-A championship Portroe will play last year’s junior-B champions Solohead while Mullinahone meet Emly.


Details of all these fixtures can be found on

After their success in recent years JK Bracken’s will be hoping to defeat county champions Moyle Rovers and reach this year’s senior final ©