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In 2016 Templenoe won the AIB All Ireland Junior Club title. On Saturday the Kerry outfit contest an Intermediate Semi-Final against Oughterard.
In 2016 Templenoe won the AIB All Ireland Junior Club title. On Saturday the Kerry outfit contest an Intermediate Semi-Final against Oughterard.

Preview: AIB All Ireland Club Junior and Intermediate Football Semi-Finals


Saturday January 11

AIB All Ireland Club Intermediate Football Championship Semi-Finals

Mattock Rangers (Louth) v Magheracloone (Monaghan), Crossmaglen, 1.30pm

Oughterard (Galway) v Templenoe (Kerry), Kilmallock, 2pm

AIB All Ireland Club Junior Football Championship Semi-Finals

Blackhill (Monaghan) v Rathgarogue-Cushinstown (Wexford), St Conleth's Park, 1.30pm

Kilmaine (Mayo) v Na Gaeil (Kerry), Cusack Park, 1.30pm

Less than 20 miles divides Mattock Rangers Grounds and Magheracloone, but the AIB Leinster and Ulster Intermediate champions collide in Crossmaglen on Saturday afternoon.

The prize for the winner is a place in the Croke Park decider so Mattock will be hoping that the splendid Reid brothers can maintain their strong form.

Magheracloone have endured difficulties with their playing field, but the diligence shown in Monaghan and Ulster bodes well.

Padraig McMahon and veteran Tommy Freeman excelled in the provincial final win over Galbally.

In Kilmallock emerging Galway forward Matthew Tierney will be the chief threat for Oughterard against a star studded Templenoe.

Tadhg Morley, Gavin Crowley, Adrian and Killian Spillane feature for the accomplished Kerry outfit.

Former Monaghan star Tommy Freeman is a key player for Magheracloone.
Former Monaghan star Tommy Freeman is a key player for Magheracloone.

Rathgarogue-Cushinstown enjoyed a most productive 2019, capturing the Leinster Junior title.

Matthew Cody has been an inspirational leader for the Wexford club, who face a demanding assignment against Monaghan's Blackhill.

The Ulster standard bearers with Hugh Byrne and Tommy Geehan prominent will be intent on earning another win.

Na Gaeil, featuring Jack Barry and Diarmuid O'Connor, were the dominant force in Munster.

The talented Kerry club will now want to advance to an All Ireland decider, but Mayo's Kilmaine have similar intentions.

Pat Kelly and Brian Maloney played for Mayo in the 2004 All Ireland final, while Oisin Mullin is viewed as a real prospect in the west.

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