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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Minor Matters

Last year
# Stars Align
Four from both Tipperary and Offaly as minor hurling Team of the Year announced
Offaly star forward Adam Screeney has been named Player of the Year.
# Young Guns
Dillon fears 'sting in the Galway tail' as Mayo chase All-Ireland minor glory
The neighbours face off in the first-ever all-Connacht national final
All time
# Young Guns
Dublin and Meath set up Leinster minor football final showdown
They overcame Kildare and Louth this afternoon.
# Minor Matters
Cork win by 40 points and Limerick see off Tipp in Munster, Kilkenny and Wexford book Leinster hurling final
Donegal also triumphed in the Ulster minor football championship.
# Minor Matters
Galway hit 4-18 against Limerick to reach All-Ireland final, Derry lift Ulster title
Elsewhere tonight in Ulster, Donegal won their U20 football opener and Armagh senior ladies booked their provincial final spot.
# Minor Matters
Westmeath beat Dublin and Offaly see off Kildare to set up Leinster hurling semi-final derby
An excellent win for the Lake county’s minors and the end of the road for the Dubs.
# Minor Matters
Cork fire 4 goals past Mayo to book first All-Ireland minor spot since 2010
They’ll face Kerry or Galway in the final.
# Minor Matters
Mayo, Cork, Kerry and Galway unveil sides for All-Ireland minor semi-finals
The Kingdom’s young guns are chasing a remarkable six in-a-row.
# Minor Matters
Mayo hit five goals to defeat Dublin in All-Ireland minor quarter-final thriller
Mayo now advance to face Cork or Monaghan at the semi-final stage.
# Minor Matters
O'Neill hits 0-9 as Limerick defeat Clare to claim first Munster hurling title of the day
A six-point victory for the home side at the Gaelic Grounds.
# Minor Matters
Former Armagh captain takes first step into inter-county management
Ciaran McKeever has taken charge of his county’s minor side.
# curtain raiser
Rampant second half against Royals takes Galway to minor All-Ireland final
Goals from Tinney, McCormack and Gill helped the Tribe sweep Meath aside.
# Minor Matters
Four in-a-row! Galway crowned Connacht minor football champions once again
Elsewhere, Monaghan lifted the Ulster title and Kildare booked their Leinster decider spot.
# Tipp Top
Devaney inspires as Tipperary power to third Munster minor hurling title in four years
They ran out eight-point winners over Limerick in Thurles.
# Minor Matters
Cork finish Munster MHC on a high but Limerick deny them decider spot
Their Munster MHC clash with Waterford finished 3-17 to 2-5.
# Minor Matters
3 changes made by Connacht champions Galway for All-Ireland quarter-final against Cavan
Carrick-on-Shannon hosts Saturday’s minor clash.
# Minor Matters
17-point win for Cork delivers first Munster minor hurling title since 2008 in style
Man-of-the-match Evan Sheehan hit 2-2 for the Rebels.
# Minor Matters
Two changes to Dublin team to face Wexford while Laois unchanged for clash with Kilkenny
The Leinster minor semi-finals take place tomorrow.
# Minor Matters
Cork minors hit 2nd half stride to see off Limerick by 10 points
Shane Kingston scored 1 – 9 as the young Rebels came from behind at half time to win.
# Dubs
Dubs defending was 'juvenile' says Bonner
The minor boss was taken aback by how Dublin’s senior defensive system was torn asunder.
# Minor Matters
Ronan Lynch claims 13 points as Limerick minors comfortably see off Galway
Limerick are in their first minor hurling decider for nine years. Only Kilkenny to beat now.
# Minor Matters
Don't forget there is an All-Ireland football trophy heading for Mayo tonight
The county minor side are crossing the Shannon with silverware.
# Minor Matters
6 talking points about tomorrow's All-Ireland minor football final
The All Ireland minor final between Tyrone and Mayo promises to be interesting. We look at some of the facts and figures that matter.
# Minor Matters
Boland's two-year plan faces its final test
Shay Boland and the Dublin minor hurlers have a chance to win the county’s first All-Ireland since 1965 when they face Tipperary in Sunday’s Croke Park curtain-raiser.