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Munster Council reportedly unhappy with fixture arrangement

Updated: Tuesday, 27 May 2014 21:05 | Comments

Reports suggest John Brudair was unwilling to give up Limerick's home advantage
Reports suggest John Brudair was unwilling to give up Limerick's home advantage

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Although they're not commenting publicly, Munster Council officials are reportedly unhappy that the Limerick football management would not agreed to a double-header with their hurling counterparts this weekend.

Tipperary and Limerick meet in the Munster Football championship on Saturday night in Limerick, and the same counties meet in the Munster Hurling championship on Sunday in Thurles.

It appears that the Limerick manager John Brudair wasn't willing to give up home advantage. 

The reports were made in today's Irish Examiner. 

Meanwhile, the arrangements have been finalised for Saturday's Christy Ring Cup semi-finals.

Mayo will play Kerry in Castlebar at 1pm, while Meath meet Kildare at 2:30pm in Trim.

The final will be played on Saturday week in Croke Park.

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