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Poll: Who's your fancy for the 2017 Munster senior football championship?

Allianz League champions Kerry are going for five-in-a-row in the Southern province.

KERRY HAVE RULED the Munster senior football championship roost in recent times, hoovering up the last four titles.

And Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s Allianz League champions are tipped to make it five-in-a-row this summer, a feat not achieved since the great teams that racked up eight on the trot from 1975-1982.

There are two provincial quarter-finals down for decision over the weekend of 27/28 May, as Waterford host Cork at Fraher Field, Dungarvan, while Clare have home advantage at Cusack Park in Ennis for their clash with Limerick.

The winners of the Clare-Limerick tie will face Kerry on the weekend of 10/11 June, with Tipperary awaiting Cork or Waterford in the other semi-final on 10 June.

The final is down for decision on July 2 and if it’s a Cork-Kerry decider, it looks set to be a debut for the revamped Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

On Cork’s side of the draw, Waterford and Tipperary will have something to say about that, however.

But who do you think will claim silverware in Munster this year?

Let us know.

Poll Results:

Kerry (2140)
Cork (462)
Tipperary (428)
Clare (236)
Waterford (190)
Limerick (157)

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