Sunday August 25th
All-Ireland Under 16A Championship Finals
Cork v Galway, MacDonagh Park, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary @ 4pm
Referee: John Dermody (Westmeath)
Cork will be seeking to secure their first title at this grade since 2003 having reached this stage following victory over Wexford in the Semi-Final. They have a 100% record so far this year as they aim for a 14th title at this level.
Galway, who overcame Kilkenny in their Semi-Final, are seeking to win the Under 16A title for an incredible fifth year-in-a-row and a 16th title overall. They suffered one defeat in the group stage but still managed to top the group.
This is a repeat of last year’s Final in which the Tribeswomen prevailed.
All-Ireland Under 16B Championship Finals
Limerick v Waterford, MacDonagh Park, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary @ 2pm
Referee: John Horgan (Cork)
Limerick are looking to win this title for the first time since 2011 having beaten Laois in the Semi-Final. Four wins and one draw saw them top hteir group with an unbeaten record.
Waterford have been lethal in attack this year and dominated the group stage with a 100% record. They then defeated Carlow in the Semi-Final as they chase their first title at this level since their back-to-back wins in 2014 and 2015 in what would be a fourth title overall.
All-Ireland Under 16C Championship Finals
Kerry v Roscommon, Sixmilebridge GAA, Co. Clare @ 3pm
Referee: Mike Ryan (Tipperary)
Kerry are seeking to secure their very first title at this grade having reached the Final following victory over Mayo in the Semi-Final. They finished second to Roscommon in hte group stage with three winse, a draw and a single defeat, against the Rossies, the only blemish on their record.
Roscommon who overcame a gallant Cavan team in their Semi-Final and are also seeking to win the U16C title for the very first time. They have dominated the Udner 16C Championship so far beating every other side as they topped the group in impressive fashion.
Senior Citizens €8
Under 16s FREE