All-Ireland club round trip SHC
St Thomas (Galway) v Cushendall (Antrim), Parnell Park, 3pm
Ballygunner (Waterford) v Ballyhale Shamrocks (Cill Kenny), Stadpa Semple, 5pm
Final Irish final IHC club
Charleville (Cork) v Oranmore-Maree (Galway), Crocodile Park, 3.15pm – TG4 online
Irish final club final JHC
Castleblayney (Monaghan) v Dunnamaggin (Kilkenny), Crocodile Park, 1.30pm – TG4 online
Hurling Allianz League
Section 3B around 2
Fermanagh v Longford, Brewster Park, 2f
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King Henry is going out
They say that big players do not always make big leaders but certainly Henry Shefflin seems to Bring to the bib manager with aplomb.
In his first season, the all-Ireland 10-year winner was Ballyhale led his first fèis in Kilkenny from 2013.
Colin Fennelly then beat 4-04 when the main chiefs of Wexford Naomh Éanna were converted into the semi-final of Laighe and Ballyhale affected 16 potatoes on Ballyboden in Dublin in & # 39; district commander.
Shefflin's winner won four Leinster club trunks and three All-Irelands. The fascinating side of the home is the honor chart listing of six titles taken from just eight final shows – they were hit in the & # 39; final in 2009 and the final in 1979.
Standing in the way is Ballygunner's side ending a 17-year series of four final losses in a row to cite the second title of Munster in December.
By getting them by & # 39; making seasonal preparations, Na Piarsaigh for that is giving them a great confidence, not just a team out of a series in Waterford should have a belief.
The Gunners are stacked by counties of counties that are currently Pauric and Philip Mahony, Stephen O Keeffe and Barry Coughlan and their game such as Fennelly and TJ Reid's brothers are an amazing eye.
"It's a huge challenge," said Shefflin to the people of Kilkenny.
"We went on a little roll (Christmas Eve). We got a bit of weight and we were doing well. We would like to be kept. That was not.
You think how people respond to the break and how the team returns. That is a part of our challenge, the management team as well as the players. "
Will the Saints go to; marching?
Scotland's seabirds in St Thomas are back in the last four years after falling to Ballyea today.
Liam MacCarthy had five brothers who were the winning-captain David Burke on his / her; park when St. Thomas won their first all-Ireland club against Cill Cormac-Killoughey in 2013 and they will be They would like to bring them back to another destination.
Younger brother-in-law is Burke, Eanna and Conor Cooney, who are other panel members in Galway.
However, Cushendall was surprised by the Galway team in Sarsfields in 2016 and had only been defeated by the " Na Piarsaigh's strong cover in the kitchen.
At the heart of that team has still been in place, Antrim Neil McManus's captain and supporter believes that they can be inspired by the work for three years.
"Without the first time we broke the duck and we got a finale throughout Ireland and so we'll be learning well from that initiative," he told BBC Northern Ireland.
Ruairí Óg welcomed the Slaughteal bakers of Ballycran of Down in the Ulster final.
Monaghan's eye history
The mid-finals and youth finals will be played on this weekend at Crocodile Park.
In contrast, the Cork midfielder Darragh Fitzgibbon aims to inspire Charleville to & # 39; influencing Oranmore-Maree of Galway, who can be in a position; Encouraging Gearoid McInerney and Niall Burke.
Charleville is ruled by the winning winner of Ben O Connor from Ireland ever since. Cork and hit the Graigue Kilkenny-Ballycallan in the final.
Oranmore-Maree 1-12 of 2-04 winners was over St Gall and Antrim.
In a young decisive, Jimmy Lacey, a native of Kilkenny, design that the men in the Dunnamaggin area.
Lacey is manager of Castleblaney, the first Mummy club. final invasion in Ireland as a whole and his / her. The first one from the town to play in the Rocky Park.
Kilkenny clubs are winning this second year every year and Dunnamaggin is annoyed by nineteen winners of the All-Ireland Noel Hickey at the back end.