Sunday December 10
AIB Munster Club SFC Final
Dingle v Castlehaven, TUS Gaelic Grounds, 2pm, TG4
This promises to be an interesting encounter between two teams with plenty of attacking talent.
The Hurley brothers continue to demonstrate their class for Castlehaven, who haven't triumphed in this competition since 1997.
Indeed, Haven's last appearance in a provincial decider was 11 years ago so James McCarthy's outfit remain eager and intent to deliver on this stage.
Dingle, who won the Kerry Club Championship before subsequently losing a Semi-Final in the County Championship, will travel to Limerick armed with equal measures of hope and expectation.
Tom O'Sullivan and Paul Geaney are key contributors for Dingle, who enjoyed an impressive win over a well regarded Clonmel Commercials.
That was an awkward assignment for Dingle with Dylan Geaney landing five points from play for the victors.
Matthew Flaherty and Barry O'Sullivan were other important figures in that success for Dingle, who will know about Castlehaven's ability.
Mark Collins is a skilful player for Haven, Rory Maguire is a driving force also, while the Hurleys and Cahalanes are other influential footballers for the proud Cork standard bearers.
AIB Ulster Club SFC Final
Glen v Scotstown, BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 4pm, TG4
There has been no shortage of late drama in the 2023 instalment of the AIB Ulster Club SFC.
Glen and Scotstown have been involved in high stakes matches that went the distance. Another interesting and attractive match beckons on Sunday afternoon.
Holders Glen, prompted by Conor Glass Emmett Bradley, and Ethan Doherty, return to another provincial decider.
Scotstown, though, have shown admirable resilience on their own journey to the Ulster Final.
Between 1978 and 1989 Scotstown won four Ulster titles. In the intervening decades, despite recent dominance in Monaghan, Scotstown have failed to add to the collection on this stage.
Extra-time final defeats in 2015 and 2018 hurt deeply, but considerable experience has been acquired.
Any club team featuring Rory Beggan, Darren Hughes, Conor McCarthy, and Jack McCarron will be treated with the utmost respect.
Glen worked tremendously hard developing underage talent and that effort is now being reflected in the senior ranks.
This should be an intense game.