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As It Happened: The Sunday Club GAA Liveblog

As It Happened: The Sunday Club GAA Liveblog
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It's a huge day of club action in the GAA with provincial quarterfinal and semifinals taking place up and down the country. We're keeping you up to date with every point, puck and goal on our liveblog with SportsDirect.com.

Here are the games we're especially keeping an eye on:

Moorefield v Portlaoise (1.30pm, St. Conleth's Park)

Dr Crokes v St Finbarrs (1.30pm, Dr Crokes GAA)

Clann na Gael v Corofin (1.30pm,  Dr Hyde Park)



Ballintubber will continue their quest for a first even Connacht club SFC when they take on Aughawillan. The Leitrim side will be hoping to reach their first provincial decider since 1994, and the Mayo champions will need to improve on their quarter-final scoring tally of 0-6 to advance today.

Corofin and Clann na Gael face off in the other semi-final, with the Galway side hoping to prolong their run of two consecutive Connacht titles. Clann na Gael have not been the provincial champions since 1989, which was the last of an incredible six consecutive Connacht SFC wins.

Moorefield versus Portlaoise is the standout fixture in Leinster, with these two sides seen as the biggest challengers to Kilmacud Crokes in this year's competition. The two sides faced off last year, with Moorefiled coming out on top and then going on to claim the provincial title.


The Dublin champions will take on Meath's Dunboyne, who return to the provincial scene having won their first county championship since 2005. Paul Mannion and co. are strong favourites going into the game, and Dunboyne will be hoping to pull off a major upset.

Perennial All-Ireland contenders Dr Crokes will host Cork champions St Finbarrs down in Munster, with the Kerry side hoping to win back the crown they forfeited to Nemo Rangers last year. They enter the game in blistering form, and look like they could go all the way to Croke Park once again this year.

SEE ALSO: St Finbarr's Overcame History But Can They Topple Kerry's Aristocrats?



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