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As It Happened: All Of Today's Club GAA Action

As It Happened: All Of Today's Club GAA Action
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It's a huge day of club action in the GAA with provincial games taking place up and down the country. We're keeping you up to date with every point, kick and goal on our liveblog with SportsDirect.com.

The football is very much the focus of today's games, with four massive clashes set to take place across the country. The Connacht final will see the meeting of Corofin and Ballintubber, while the Munster decider features Dr Crokes and St. Josephs Miltown Malbay. Elsewhere, the two Leinster semi-finals will be up for decision.

All of today's games:

St Columbas Mullinalaghta (Longford) v Eire Og (Carlow) - Pearse Park, 1.30pm.

Dr. Crokes (Kerry) v St Joseph’s Miltown-Malbay (Clare) - Gaelic Grounds, 1.30pm.


Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) v Portlaoise (Laois) - Parnell Park, 2.00pm.

Ballintubber (Mayo) v Corofin (Galway) - MacHale Park, 2pm.


Ballintubber will be hoping to win their first ever Connacht club SFC title today, and standing in their way are All-Ireland champions Corofin. The two sides met at the same stage in 2014, and the Mayo men will enter this game as sizeable underdogs. They have experienced a remarkable rise over the last decade or so, and a win today would mark another huge step for the club.


Dr Crokes have been in irresistible form so far in this year's championship, and many expect them to make relatively short work of  St Joseph’s Miltown-Malbay today. The Clare side will enter the final without any pressure, and that may work in their favour. It would be an incredible shock if they were to stop Dr Crokes advancing from Munster.

Kilmacud Crokes and Portaloise is set to be a cracker of a game, and whoever advances from that one will considered strong favourites heading into the final. Awaiting them will either be Mullinalaghta or Eire Og. The Longford side have a decent record in Leinster in recent years, and they could become the first club from their county to ever reach a Leinster final should they emerge victorious today.

SEE ALSO: Ballintubber Overcame History Before. On Sunday They Must Do It All Over Again



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