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Gary Sice in action when Corofin defeated Ballintubber in the 2014 AIB Connacht Club SFC Final at Elverys MacHale Park.
Gary Sice in action when Corofin defeated Ballintubber in the 2014 AIB Connacht Club SFC Final at Elverys MacHale Park.

Preview: Weekend's Club Championship action


Sunday November 25

AIB Munster Club SFC Final

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

Dr Crokes’ enduring excellence was evident at the penultimate stage down south when cruising to a surprisingly facile win over St Finbarr’s.

There has been so much to admire about Crokes in recent years with a talented attacking unit loaded with quality.

Micheál Burns and Tony Brosnan have been motoring smoothly for Crokes, who will treat the Milltown-Malbay challenge with the utmost respect.

Inevitably much focus will be placed on the role of Clare forward Eoin Cleary, who is a sharp finisher.

Cleary’s twin, Conor, is a key figure for the Clare hurlers and also played a influential role for Milltown-Malbay, who impressed against The Nire.

AIB Connacht Club SFC Final

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

An interesting Connacht showpiece beckons in Castlebar as Ballintubber will be striving to produce a competent display against All Ireland champions Corofin.

Kevin Johnson, a highly regarded merging coach, guided Ballintubber to glory in Mayo with the O’Connor brothers, Diarmuid and Cillian, occupying prominent roles.

Alan Dillon is another influential figure for Ballintubber, who shaded a tight semi-final battle against Tourlestrane.

That was a tricky assignment, but Ballintubber survived to set up a final with Corofin, who blitzed Clann na nGael even without Daithi and Ian Burke.

The talented Burke cousins are expected to be involved this weekend as Corofin seek to retain the western crown.

St Columba's, Mullinalaghta manager Mickey Graham.
St Columba's, Mullinalaghta manager Mickey Graham.

AIB Munster Club SFC Final

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

Dr Crokes’ enduring excellence was evident at the penultimate stage down south when cruising to a surprisingly facile win over St Finbarr’s.

There has been so much to admire about Crokes in recent years with a talented attacking unit loaded with quality.

Micheál Burns and Tony Brosnan have been motoring smoothly for Crokes, who will treat the Milltown-Malbay challenge with the utmost respect.

Inevitably much focus will be placed on the role of Clare forward Eoin Cleary, who is a sharp finisher.

Cleary’s twin, Conor, is a key figure for the Clare hurlers and also played a influential role for Milltown-Malbay, who impressed against The Nire.

AIB Connacht Club SFC Final

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

An interesting Connacht showpiece beckons in Castlebar as Ballintubber will be striving to produce a competent display against All Ireland champions Corofin.

Kevin Johnson, a highly regarded merging coach, guided Ballintubber to glory in Mayo with the O’Connor brothers, Diarmuid and Cillian, occupying prominent roles.

Alan Dillon is another influential figure for Ballintubber, who shaded a tight semi-final battle against Tourlestrane.

That was a tricky assignment, but Ballintubber survived to set up a final with Corofin, who blitzed Clann na nGael even without Daithi and Ian Burke.

The talented Burke cousins are expected to be involved this weekend as Corofin seek to retain the western crown.

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