It’s Ulster v Munster in the Interprovincial final on Sunday and GAA fans in the North are in for a real treat given the fact that the game has been fixed for 2pm in Armagh on Sunday afternoon next.
Tyrone men are very much to the fore in this years Ulster team. Peter Harte was man of the match in Sligo yesterday while the form of Owen Mulligan and Martin Penrose also shone through. Teamtalkmag.com brought you the latest news from Sligo on Sunday last and rest assured we will be in position in the Morgan Athletic Grounds in Armagh on Sunday to bring you all the latest news as Ulster aim for 30 titles.
ULSTER — B McVeigh (Down); B Donaghy (Armagh), N McGee (Donegal), K Lacey (Donegal); C McKeever (Armagh), D Hughes (Monaghan), J Loughrey (Antrim); D Gordon (Down), R Kavanagh (Donegal); P Harte (Tyrone), M Poland (Down), C Gilligan (Derry); M Penrose (Tyrone), B Coulter (Down), O Mulligan (Tyrone). Subs: V Corey (Monaghan) for J Loughrey (56); M Donnelly (Tyrone) for B Coulter (59); O Lennon (Monaghan) for R Kavanagh (63); C McCarron (Tyrone) for K Lacey (66).
MUNSTER — A Quirke (Cork); A O’Mahony (Kerry), J McCarthy (Limerick), S Lavin (Limerick); T O Se (Kerry), G Canty (Cork), P Kissane (Cork); G Brennan (Clare), S Scanlon (Kerry); P Kelly (Cork), P Kerrigan (Cork), J Cooke (Limerick); D Tubridy (Clare), G Hurney (Waterford), I Ryan (Limerick). Subs: M Collins (Cork) for Kerrigan (45), S Briggs for Cooke (57).