PREVIEW: Bantry Blues Eye Up All Ireland Junior Club Title
Bantry Blues Ladies are contesting their first ever LGFA Junior Ladies Club Championship All Ireland Final this Saturday.
After overcoming Kinsale in the County Final, the Cork Champions beat Waterford's Comeragh Rangers, then came a massive battle against Templemore of Tipperary in the provincial decider.
Steelstown of Derry were the visitors Leeside in the All Ireland last four, with the Rebel outfit enjoying a four point victory.
Click PLAY below to hear our All Ireland Final preview with Bantry Manager Paul Drummey.
All Ireland Ladies Junior Club Football Final; Bantry Blues V Dunboyne, Saturday 5th Dec @ 1:30 in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick.
Image via Bantryblues.com
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