All-Ireland Hurling Final 2021

Cork will play Limerick on August 22nd in Croke Park.

As information becomes available it will be posted below.

Match Tickets

The following on posted on our social media pages today

After yesterday’s great win, we await information from Croke Park in relation to tickets. As soon as we receive clarity, we will be in touch with clubs with details. It is not envisage that tickets will be on general sale for the final.

Further post on our social media pages today 10th Aug

NO postal applications are to be made to the Cork GAA office for tickets for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final. Members of the public are asked to refrain from sending cheques and cash payments to the Cork GAA office. Any payments will be processed online.

Management Press conference

Cork Senior management press conference will take place this weekend. Any media channels should have received an invite this morning. If you didn’t receive any email please email

Cork Minor Hurlers will play Waterford in Munster Final

Cork will play Waterford in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling Championship Final on Monday August 9th at 7:30pm in Semple Stadium Thurles.

Team information

The team to play Munster Final will be announced on Sunday at 9pm on 

Ticket Information

The maximum capacity for this game is 4,400.

Tickets are €10 each and every one attending the game will need a ticket. There are no concessions available. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

Click here to purchase tickets for the Munster Minor Hurling Final

Live Streaming

This game will be streamed live by YouTube Spórt TG4.

Click here to view Cork v Waterford – Munster Minor Hurling

Cork Minor Hurling team to play Waterford in Munster final has been announced

Cork Minor Hurling team to play Monday’s Munster Final has been announced

  1. Paudie O’Sullivan, Fr. O’Neill’s
  2. Darragh O’Sullivan, Ballinhassig
  3. Kevin Lyons, Ballygarvan
  4. James Byrne, Ballinora
  5. James Dwyer, Ballincollig
  6. Ben O’Connor, St. Finbarr’s
  7. Timmy Wilk , Cobh
  8. Mikey Finn, Midleton
  9. Cillian Tobin, Bride Rovers
  10. Diarmuid Healy, Lisgoold
  11. Ben Nyhan, Clyda Rovers
  12. Tadhg O’Connell, Ballincollig
  13. Eoin O’Leary , Glen Rovers
  14. Jack Leahy, Dungourney
  15. William Buckley, St. Finbarr’s
  16. Dylan Costine, Cloyne
  17. Shane Kennedy, St. Finbarr’s
  18. Kyle Wallace, St. Catherine’s
  19. James O Brien, Fermoy
  20. David Cremin, Midleton
  21. Oran O’Regan, Erins Own
  22. Adam Walsh, Bride Rovers
  23. Ross O’Sullivan, Na Piarsaigh
  24. Rory Sheahan, Kanturk