Cork will play Limerick in the Munster McGrath Cup Final on Saturday January 11th at 5:30pm in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
Brendan Griffin from Kerry will referee the game.
Cork had wins over Kerry and Tipperary in the group stages to qualify for the final. Limerick beat Clare and Waterford to book their place in the final.
Cork’s last win in this competition was in 2018 while Limerick haven’t won this competition since 2005.
This season’s format included all six teams in the Munster League, split into two groups of three. During the course of the four-week season each team plays the others in their group once (a single round-robin system) for a total of two games. The top team in each group after the group stage contest the final.
The team for the final will be announced later this week.