*Éire Óg’s Ronan Lanigan. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill
BOTH Éire Óg and Corofin will be on the road for their respective Munster club semi-finals.
Éire Óg are sixty minutes away from a first ever Munster senior club final following their dramatic extra time win over Tipperary powerhouses Loughmore-Castleiney on Sunday.
Paul Madden’s side will face St Finbarr’s of Cork in the Munster semi-final. Munster GAA confirmed on Monday afternoon that the Ennis club lost the coin toss and a result will have to travel to Leeside for the game which will take place on December 18th/19th.
Corofin made home advantage count when they overcame Limerick intermediate champions Kildimo-Pallaskenry by seven points.
They won’t have the comfort of playing in Pairc Finne for their Munster semi-final with Cork side Newmarket and instead will also be making the trip to the Rebel County on the weekend of December 18th/19th.