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Club Call: Tipperary SHC fourth round draw

The draw for the last twelve stage of the Premier county’s senior hurling championship was made last night.

James Woodlock and Johnny Ryan of Drom & Inch celebrate after last year's county final.
James Woodlock and Johnny Ryan of Drom & Inch celebrate after last year's county final.
Image: INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

REIGNING Tipperary senior hurling champions Drom-Inch will face Carrick Swans in the fourth round of this year’s championship after the draw for that stage was made last night.

The Mid Tipperary outfit Drom-Inch will meet a Carrick Swans team who lost the south divisional final recently with the game to take place on Saturday September 15th at 3.30pm in Cashel. The match will form part of a double-header with the fourth round clash of defeated west divisional finalists Éire Óg-Annacarty facing Borrisoleigh at the same venue at 2pm.

The remaining two fourth round clashes will take place on Sunday September 16th with Toomevara playing Kildangan in McDonagh Park, Nenagh at 2pm while Loughmore-Castleiney will face either Lorrha-Dorrha or Roscrea, who meet in Cloughjordan this Sunday at 2.30pm, in the second game on that day at 3.30pm.

The quarter-finals of the Tipperary senior hurling championship will take place on the weekend of September 22nd/23rd with the four divisional champions Portroe (North), Thurles Sarsfields (Mid), Clonoulty-Rossmore (West) and Mullinahone (South) lying in with for the fourth round winners. The semi-finals will be held on the weekend of September 29th/30th with the final pencilled in for Sunday October 14th.

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