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Model out to complete clean sweep of Kilkenny

By Padraig Kelly
Leinster Senior Hurling Championship round four: Wexford v Kilkenny (tonight, Innovate Wexford Park, 7pm, live on Sky Sports Arena) THE Kilkenny-Wexford rivalry may sway heavily in favour of the Cats overall, but this season it has all been about the Model men as these neighbours prepare to battle it out knowing that a provincial final and a Championship exit are both on the table.

Tipperary set to deliver statement against Limerick

Munster Senior Hurling Championship round four: Tipperary v Limerick (Semple Stadium, 2pm, live on RTE2) THE final round of games in Munster looks set to start with a potential classic as the two favourites for the Liam MacCarthy Cup clash at Semple Stadium.

Armagh and Tyrone fight it out for Croke Park spot

Nicky Rackard Cup semi-final: Armagh v Tyrone (today, Inniskeen, 1pm) ULSTER involvement in the Nicky Rackard Cup final is assured with Armagh and Tyrone set to go head to head in pursuit of that visit to Croke Park, writes Francis Mooney They meet today in a derby semi-final at Inniskeen, a game upon which the season of both counties rests.

There is more to Antrim than Neil McManus: Westmeath boss Joe Quaid

Brendan Crossan
WESTMEATH hurling boss Joe Quaid says his players would be foolish to regard Antrim as a one-man team following Neil McManus’s gargantuan performance in their win over Offaly last week – while the Limerick native aimed another broadside at the GAA for its poor promotion of the Joe McDonagh Cup.

Offaly win set us up for Westmeath showdown: Antrim's Neil McManus

Brendan Crossan
NEIL McManus says Antrim’s victory over Offaly in the Joe McDonagh Cup last weekend rivals any result he’s achieved with his county – but insists an arguably bigger test awaits the Saffrons in Dunloy on Saturday when Westmeath roll into town (3pm).

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