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# Munster JFC

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2022
# Munster JFC
Fossa power into Munster final at a sold-out Quaid Park
Meanwhile, Rathmore reached the intermediate final with a victory over Kanturk on Leeside.
# Box Office
Today's Munster JFC semi-final between Castlemahon and Fossa is sold out
Fans without a ticket are asked not to travel to the fixture, which throws in at 1pm.
All time
# Munster JFC
Kerry juniors make it five-in-a-row with Munster final victory over Cork
Kerry ran out two-point winners, 2-14 to 1-15, in tonight’s provincial decider.
# Kingdom Come Again
Kerry come from 9 points down to take Munster junior title in extra-time thriller
Tomás Ó Sé and Philip O’Connor combined for 4-7 as the Kingdom downed Cork in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# Team-Sheet
Cork call on 5 of their U21 finalists for Munster junior football opener
Rebels face Waterford in Fraher Field on Saturday.
# munster junior wrap
Kerry's Glenbeigh-Glencar and Cork hurling side Mayfield take home Munster junior titles
Glenbeigh-Glencar beat Cork champions Gabriel Rangers in the football, while Mayfield saw off Ballyduff Lower.
# Silverware
Kingdom come again as Kerry trounce Cork in Munster junior football final
Conor Cox and Jeff O’Donoghue starred as Kerry’s juniors got the week off to a good start.
# curtain raiser
Cork hold off Limerick to book place in Munster junior football final
The sides met in this evening’s curtain-raiser in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# starting XV
6 Kerry U21's named in county junior football side for Sunday's Munster semi-final
The Kingdom face the Banner in Sunday’s curtain-raiser.
# Rebels Abú
Cork clinch Munster junior football title
The Rebels wrapped up the provincial crown with a win over Waterford in Fraher Field tonight.
# Comfortable
Cork have 9 points to spare over Clare in Munster junior semi final
The Rebels faced the Banner in today’s curtain-raiser at Cusack Park in Ennis.
# Team news
Farrell makes two changes to Dublin minor football side for Leinster tie
The Dublin minor footballers and Kerry junior footballers have both shaken up their starting fifteens ahead of tomorrow’s provincial championship ties.