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Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling

The GAA’s newest national hurling competition – The Celtic Challenge – will get underway this Wednesday, May 4.

It pits around 1,000 16 and 17-year-old hurlers from 38 teams across 31 counties against each other in a National competition with a novel format that involves 110 matches taking place over seven weeks. In total there will be 22 county teams and 16 sides that represent regions from within Tier 1 hurling counties such as South Kilkenny, Waterford City and West Limerick.

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group A
Carlow v South Tipperary, 7.30pm
South Kilkenny v Waterford City, 7.30pm

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group B
North Wexford v Kildare, 7.30pm
Laois  v Wicklow, 7.30pm

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group C
Westmeath v Offaly, 7.30pm
Dublin Clarke v Dublin Plunkett, 7.30pm

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group D
Limerick City v Kerry, 7.30pm
West Limerick v Cork City, 7.30pm

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group E
South/East Clare v Mayo, 7.30pm
Roscommon v North Galway, 7:30pm
Galway City/West v North Clare, 7.30pm

Celtic Challenge Cup Hurling Group F
Louth v Monaghan, 7.30pm
Sligo v Cavan, 7.30pm
Longford v Leitrim, 7:30pm