Here is all the information you will need to know for the Munster u20 Football semifinal between Tipperary and Waterford
Throw in for this match will be at 19:30 on Thursday, 15th July in …
Tipperary made it to the semifinals after banishing their curse of losing to Limerick. The South Tipp heavy side beat them by three-point with their fast inside forward line making the difference.
Clonmel’s Sean O’Connor is their star player along with Kehoe as the full forwards. Eleven of the team’s 16 points came from these two players.
Waterford showed their tenacity for goal scoring after beating Clare in the quarterfinal, scoring 4-05 in the game.
Full forward Tom O’Connell got a hattrick and a point that day dancing past the Clare defense. He should prove to be a handful for Tipperary on Thursday.
💥See all four Waterford goals from last night’s U20 football victory💥
— Waterford GAA (@WaterfordGAA) July 9, 2021
Predicted Starting 15
Scully (GK); S. Daly, T. Condon, B. McKeown; E. Butler, B. O’Connor, L. Kennedy; C. Deeley, K. Grogan; C. Cadell, R. Walsh, J. Holloway; M. O’Connor, B. Kehoe, S. O’Connor.
Kirwan (GK); S. Boyce, K. Taylor, L. Fennell; A. Ryan, C. Foley, R. Elliffe; O. Geoghegan, C. Walsh; P. Fitzgerald, N. McSweeney, T. Dalton; S. Fitzgerald, T. O’Connell, DJ Kiely.
Munster U20 Football Championship Quarter Final
Waterford (Port Láirge) : 4-5(17)
Clare (An Clár) : 1-9(12)
All over in Fraher Field 🙌🙌🙌 pic.twitter.com/HfEn8XyrRc
— Waterford GAA (@WaterfordGAA) July 8, 2021
Tipperary are slight favorites for this tie, but Waterford will hope their shock win over Clare was not a flash in the pan. This game will be tense and close.
The Premier County will have the advantage here and Tipperary will win this game by around two points.
— Jerome O'Connell (@JeromeSport) July 2, 2019