Limerick will play Clare in the 2019 Munster Minor Hurling Championship Final after a 3-24 to 1-15 win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium.
Needing a win to ensure qualification to the Munster Final, Limerick were 2-13 to 0-9 to the good at the half.
They will face Clare in the final who were victorious over Cork in Ennis, winning by a solitary point to pass out the Rebels in the table.
Limerick lead 1-7 to 0-5 after twenty minutes with their goal coming courtesy of Cathal O’Neill.
Aidan O’Connor would get Limerick’s second before half time as they held a commanding 10 point lead at the break.
A similar display in the second saw limerick cruise in into the decider winning out by 15 points.
Doon’s Adam English sealed the result with Limerick’s third goal to set up a final date with The Banner.
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