April 3, 2022 | News | No Comments
Updated Thu 11:07 PM
THE DRAW HAS been finalised for the semi-finals of the Sigerson Cup, which will take place next Thursday 10 February.
DCU, the reigning champions, will play UL in one clash with MTU Kerry facing NUI Galway in the other fixture.
Both games will be played at neutral venues to be confirmed with the live-streaming details for the games, also yet to be announced.
DCU held off Ulster University in their quarter-final yesterday, with David Clifford inspiring UL for their triumph against Queens University.
Tuesday’s quarter-finals saw NUI Galway defeat Letterkenny IT, while MTU Kerry easily overcame Maynooth University.
DCU are the only recent champions involved while NUI Galway last won in 2003, MTU Kerry in 1999 and UL have never claimed the title.
🏆 The @ElectricIreland Higher Education Sigerson Cup Semi-Finals
It is down to the last four and we have two massive games.
Streaming details to follow!!!@GAANUIG v @MTUKerryGAAClub @DCUDocEirGAA v @ul_gaa
#⃣ #GAA #FirstClassRivals #SigersonCup pic.twitter.com/iDKXUqHre5
— GAA Higher Education (@HigherEdGAA) February 3, 2022
The Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final line-up has been finalised tonight.
The last-eight stage will see NUI Galway hosting Waterford IT, IT Carlow play at home to UCC, while TUS Midwest travel to GMIT and UL host MTU Cork.
Tonight’s games saw UL hammer TU Dublin by 5-25 to 1-14 in Group D, which left TUS Midwest as runners-up in the group.
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MTU Cork fell to GMIT by 1-19 to 1-17 in Group C. Both sides were already through the three-team group, but GMIT’s victory saw them finish top with the Cork side in second.
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