Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship Hurling action
Antrim Senior Hurling Championship Final
Dunloy 2-20 Loughgiel Shamrocks 2-13
For a match report from Dunloy's win over Loughgiel Shamrocks click here.
Clare Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals
Sixmilebridge 0-17 Eire Og 1-13
O'Callaghans Mills 2-17 Ballyea 1-17
O'Callaghans Mills finished with a real flourish to set up a derby Clare SHC decider against Sixmilebridge.
Colin Crehan's injury time goal proved to be the decisive score as Ballyea were defeated.
Tony Kelly struck 1-8 for Ballyea, but it wasn't enough as O'Callaghan's Mills advanced with Pat Donnnellan supplying a vital late score.
Alex Morey rifled over 0-10 as Sixmilebridge edged out Eire Og.
Eire Og were inspired by the prolific Danny Russell, but the Bridge had sufficient guile to earn victory.
Cork Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals
Erins Own 0-16 Sarsfields 1-12
Blackrock 1-22 Douglas 0-20
UCC 2-20 Na Piarsaigh 3-11
UCC proved too strong for Na Piarsaigh and will now face Blackrock at the penultimate stage.
Shane Conway and Mark Coleman landed crucial scores for the students at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Alan Connolly netted the key goal for the Rockies, who defeated Douglas.
Erins Own are set to meet Glen Rovers in the last four following Eoghan Murphy's intervention in the closing stages.
Murphy struck 10 points for Erins Own, who will be anxious to test the Glen.
Limerick Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals
Doon 2-20 Kilmallock 1-17
Na Piarsaigh 1-22 Patrickswell 0-17
Doon and Na Piarsaigh will contest the 2020 Limerick SHC Final.
Pat Ryan was in splendid form for Doon, contributing seven points as Tony Ward's outfit claimed an impressive win.
Jack Ryan also bagged a brace of goals for Doon, who know another demanding assignment awaits.
David Dempsey clipped a goal for Na Piarsaigh, who enjoyed a fine success over Patrickswell.
Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals
Dicksboro 2-16 O'Loughlin Gaels 0-14
Shamrocks Ballyhale 3-22 James Stephens 1-26
Colin Fennelly's 2-5 haul steered Shamrocks Ballyhale back into the Kilkenny SHC Final.
James Stephens, managed by Seamus 'Cheddar' Plunkett had caused Shamrocks significant bother throughout a thrilling encounter with Eoin Guilfoyle registering 1-12.
In the closing stages, though, TJ Reid, who scored a critical free late on bringing his account to 1-8.
Shane Stapleton and Aidan Nolan netted goals for Dicksboro, who outfoxed O'Loughlin Gaels.
Laois Senior Hurling Championship
Clough-Ballcolla 4-26 Castletown 0-11
Rosenallis 2-12 Borris-In-Ossory/Kilcotton 1-13
Camross 2-16 Ballinakill 0-17
Rathdowney-Errill 2-25 Abbeyleix 0-17
Mark Kavanagh scored 1-15 as Rathdowney-Errill defeated Abbeyleix.
Despite a brave performance, Ballinakill were eventually beaten by Camross with Dean Delaney and Mark Dowling grabbing important goals.
Offaly Senior Hurling Championship
Birr 3-19 Coolderry 0-11
Belmont 1-18 Ballinamere 1-11
Kilcormac-Killoughey 3-19 Seir Kieran 2-19
St Rynagh's 1-23 Shinrone 3-15
St Rynagh's will face Birr, while Kilcormac-Killoughey and Belmont also collide in the last four of the Offaly SHC.
Birr delivered an excellent display to defeat Coolderry with Niall Lyons effective.
Meath Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final
Kildalkey 3-18 Kilmessan 1-12
Na Fianna 3-13 Longwood 0-11
Kildalkey and Na Fianna both scored heavily when earning convincing wins in the Meath SHC.
Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals
Carnew Emmets 0-14 Eire Og Greystones 0-9
Bray Emmets 1-22 St Patrick's 1-13
Carnew Emmets and Bray Emmets will meet in the Wicklow SHC decider following good victories in the penultimate round.
Derry Senior Hurling Championship Final
Slaughtneil 0-23 Kevin Lynchs 0-11
Slaughtneil collected an eight Derry SHC title in a row when defeating Kevin Lynchs.
Cormac O'Doherty finished with a 0-12 haul, while Brendan Rogers also notched three points from play.
Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Final
Ballyhaunis 1-15 Tooreen 1-12
Keith Higgins was the star of the show as Ballyhanuis defeated Tooreen.
The dual star scored nine points for Ballyhaunis, who claimed their first title since 2016.
Roscommon Senior Hurling Championship
Athleague 3-22 Four Roads 3-17
Padraig Pearses 0-18 Tremane 2-11
Athleague and Padraig Pearses will contest the 2020 Roscommon SHC Final after two hard earned triumphs over Four Roads and Tremane.