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Where To Watch Minor Hurling Final: All The Details For Cork v Galway

Where To Watch Minor Hurling Final: All The Details For Cork v Galway
By Andrew Dempsey Updated

Cork take on Galway in this year's All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final this weekend as the reigning champions take on the Leesiders who are gunning for their first Minor Hurling crown since 2001.

Galway have won the Minor crown for the past four years on the spin, and have also won it in five of the last six years. Here's all you need to know ahead of this weekend's tantalising clash at Semple Stadium, and how to watch the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final in Cork v Galway.

What time is Cork v Galway in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final?

The All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final between Cork and Galway will take place on Saturday August 21st at 7.15pm. The game will be decided on the evening.

Where is Cork v Galway taking place in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final?

The clash between Cork v Galway will take place at Semple Stadium in Thurles.

Where to watch minor hurling final?

Cork v Galway will be broadcast on TG4 on Saturday evening. The broadcast will begin at 7pm, presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill.

What can we expect?

Cork's new wave of talent will be looking to continue its remarkable rise as they take on All-Ireland Minor Hurling kingpins Galway on Saturday night.

It will be a huge test for the Rebels, but it will be one that they are relishing nonetheless.

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They come into the game fresh off the back of a Munster final win over Waterford, winning by 11 points.

That victory followed crushing wins over Clare and Limerick with Jack Leahy impressing with a tally of 4-34 so far.

Galway come into the game after seeing off Kilkenny in the All-Ireland semi-final last weekend by an eight-point margin.

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Rory Burke's point-scoring prowess proved pivotal as they chase a remarkable five titles in a row.

They won the most recent decider against Kilkenny, although they only have one survivor from that team in the current set-up.

In the event of a drawn game, the clash will go to extra-time and will be decided on the night.

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