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Tickets On Sale For Bank Of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup Final

29th February 2024 By The Editor

Tickets On Sale For Bank Of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup Final

Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup Final Launch 29/2/2024 Garryowen FC's Oisin Kearney and Cork Constitution FC's Dave Hyland ©INPHO

Tickets are now on sale for the 2023/24 Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup final.

Garryowen FC and Cork Constitution FC will meet in the final on 17th March at Thomond Park (KO 3pm).

Tickets are available for €12 for Adults, €6 for Juniors and €6 for students and OAPs.

Buy tickets here.

Garryowen return to the final after last making an appearance in 2022 where they lost narrowly to Young Munster while Cork Constitution are in their first Munster Senior Challenge Cup final since 2019 where they beat Young Munster 24-17 in Thomond Park.

Pictured (L-R) Garryowen FC Vice-President Jim Gibson, Munster Rugby Honourary Secretary Muiris Mahon, Bank of Ireland South Mall Bank Manager Aileen Broderick, Garryowen FC’s Oisin Kearney, Cork Constitution FC’s Dave Hyland, Munster Rugby President Mick Carroll, Cork Constitution President Pat Twomey and Bank of Ireland South Mall Bank Manager Maria McKnight Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo

This season saw a new format implemented with a round-robin pool stage taking place in August and September with the four pool winners advancing to the semi-finals.

Although Garryowen lost to Young Munster, they topped their pool thanks to bonus-point wins over Cashel and UCC. This led to a semi-final meeting with Bruff with the Light Blues beating their County Limerick opposition 39-10.

Cork Constitution meanwhile secured three bonus-point wins over Highfield, Nenagh Ormond and Shannon before beating Old Crescent 48-10 in the semi-final.

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