Allianz Hurling League Finals preview: Kilkenny faces Limerick in All-Ireland repeat

Allianz Hurling League Finals preview: Kilkenny faces Limerick in All-Ireland repeat

As eyes in the South East eagerly gaze towards Páirc Uí Chaoimh and the Allianz Hurling Division 1 final meeting of Kilkenny and Limerick, GAA fans have four other hurling finals to digest beforehand.

The first of five throw-ins gets underway on Saturday, April 1st, at Páirc Tailteann in Navan, with the Division 3A Final commencing at 2:00 pm.



Roscommon faces Armagh in Saturday's curtain-raiser, with Armagh knowing they will have to fair much better than the side's previous meeting.

The two sides met in the league three weeks ago, with Roscommon coasting to a 2-20 to 0-06 victory.


The Division 3B final gets underway an hour later at GAA CoE, Abbottstown, as Cavan faces Leitrim.

The sides played out an entertaining fixture on March 12th, with the Lake County prevailing by a scoreline of 0-21 to 2-11.

Throw-in is at 3:00 pm.

Our focus then shifts to Sunday, March 2nd and the deciders in both Division 2A and 2B.

Portlaoise is the venue for the meeting of Kildare and Offaly in the Division 2A final.

The sides couldn't be separated in their previous outing, with a scoreline of 2-17 to 0-23 in Offaly.

Throw-in at Laois Hire O'Moore Park is at 2:00 pm.

The meeting of Meath and Donegal also throws in at 2:00 pm, with Carrick-on-Shannon the venue for the Division 2B final.

Avant Money Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada will play out an entertaining fixture, with Meath sealing victory by a scoreline of 1-23 to 0-16 in their previous meeting in February.

Unfortunately, we must wait a further week for the conclusion of the Division 1 final between Kilkenny and Limerick.

Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork is the venue. Throw-in is set for 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 9th.

The Cats were convincing winners over Cork in a Nowlan Park semi-final, ending with a score of 2-22 to 0-22.

Limerick saw off a previously undefeated Tipperary in the Gaelic Grounds, earning a 1-28 to 0-25 victory with a dominant second-half performance.

The final is a repeat of the All-Ireland Final in 2022 which saw the Munster men reign supreme.

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