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Preview: Weekend's Club Gaelic Football Championship action


Cavan Senior Football Championship

Sunday August 23

Gowna v Castlerahan, Ballymachugh, 4pm

Mullahoran v Lavey, Drumalee, 4pm

Crosserlough v Ramor United, Crosskeys, 4pm

Lacken v Killygarry, Kingspan Breffni, 4pm

Shercock v Kingscourt, Ballieborough, 4pm

Laragh United v Cavan Gaels, Butlersbridge, 4pm

Mullahoran and Killygarry remain in contention for a place in the knockout stages.

If Mullahoran avoid defeat against Lavey they will progress, but a hard working Killygarry are also in the hunt.

Donegal Senior Football Championship

Sunday August 23

St Eunan's v St Michael's, O'Donnell Park, 3pm

Gaoth Dobhair v Sean MacCumhaill, Magheragallon, 3pm

Termon v St Nauls, The Burn Road, 3pm

Glenfin v Kilcar, Pairc Tabhoige, 3pm

Ardara v Realt Na Mara, Pearse Memorial Park, 3pm

Dungloe v Killybegs, Pairc Na Rossa, 3pm

Milford v Four Masters, Moyle Park, 3pm

Glenswilly v Naomh Conaill, Pairc Naomh Columba, 3pm

The quarter-final placings will be finalised following this weekend's action.

Naomh Conaill, Gaoth Dobhair, Kilcar, and St Eunan's continue to demonstrate their class.

It will be interesting to see who advances to the knockout stages alongside the usual pretenders.

Conor McManus continues to impress for Clontibret O'Neills.
Conor McManus continues to impress for Clontibret O'Neills.

Monaghan Senior Football Championship

Sunday August 23

Magheracloone v Donaghmoyne, Inniskeen, 2pm

Clontibret O'Neills v Inniskeen, Clontibret, 2pm

Truagh v Castleblayney Faughs, TBC, 2pm

Latton O'Rahillys v Carrickmacross, Latton, 2pm

Amazingly holders Clontibret O'Neills have drawn their three fixtures so far in 2020 so the Conor McManus inspired outfit will be eager to record a win against Inniskeen.

It has been a competitive Championship in Monaghan with all four games set to provide some drama.

Down Senior Football Championship

Friday August 21

Bredagh v Rostrevor, Pairc Esler, 7.30pm

Saturday August 22

Longstone v Ballyholland, Burren, 3.30pm

Darragh Cross v Loughinisland, Downpatrick, 4.30pm

Sunday August 23

Clonduff v Bryansford, Pairc Esler, 3pm

Castlewellan v Burren, Mayobridge, 5.30pm

Kilcoo v Warrenpoint, Pairc Esler, 7.30pm

Champions Kilcoo finished strongly to record an opening weekend win.

Mickey Moran's charges face Warrenpoint on Sunday evening.

Rostrevor, with Pete McGrath on the line, collide with Bredagh on Friday evening.

Derry Senior Football Championship

Saturday August 22

Banagher v O'Donovan Rossa, Banagher, 4pm

Ballinderry v Glen, Ballinderry, 4pm

Dungiven v Claudy, Foreglen, 6.30pm

Sunday August 23

Newbridge v Bellaghy, Newbridge, 4pm

Foreglen v The Loup, Foreglen, 4pm

Lavey v Slaughtneil, Lavey, 4pm

Kilrea v Eoghan Rua, Kilrea, 4pm

Swatragh v Ballinascreen, Magherafelt, 6.30pm

There will be no shortage of passion in the typically hard fought Derry Championship.

A revealing weekend beckons with Lavey's tussle with Slaughtneil and Swatragh versus Ballinascreen amongst the highlights.

David Clifford starred for East Kerry in 2019.
David Clifford starred for East Kerry in 2019.

Kerry Senior Football Championship

Friday August 21

Austin Stacks v Dr Crokes, Austin Stack Park, 7.30pm

Saturday August 22

St Brendan's v West Kerry, Austin Stack Park, 3pm

Mid Kerry v Kilcummin, Fitzgerald Stadium, 5pm

Feale Rangers v East Kerry, Listowel, 6pm

Dingle v Templenoe, Dingle, 6pm

Sunday August 23

Kenmare Shamrocks v Shannon Rangers, Kenmare, 2pm

Killarney Legion v Kerins O'Rahillys, Fitzgerald Stadium, 3.45pm

St Kierans v South Kerry, Austin Stack Park, 6pm

East Kerry prevailed last year, but the Kerry Championship is sprinkled with accomplished teams.

Friday's meeting of Austin Stacks should set a good standard, while Killarney Legion's fixture with Kerins O'Rahillys on Sunday carries intrigue too.

Wicklow Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Saturday August 22

Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney v Rathnew, Aughrim, 3pm

St Patrick's v Tinahely, Aughrim, 6pm

Baltinglass v Kiltegan, Aughrim, 3pm

Avondale v Dunlavin, Aughrim, 6pm

Draws and drama have featured in the Wicklow Championship so far.

Those left standing will want to make an impression with 2019 beaten finalists Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney set to meet Rathnew.

St Patrick's game with Tinahely should be worth monitoring also.

Longford Senior Football Championship

Friday August 21

Rathcline v Colmcille, Monaduff, 8pm

Saturday August 22

Abbeylara v Dromard, Allen Park, 7pm

Carrickedmond v Longford Slashers, 7pm

Abbeylara lost four county finals in a row between 2015 and 2018, but are anxious to make an impact again.

Longford Slashers were edged out in the 2019 decider by Killoe Young Emmets and play Carrickedmond.

Louth Senior Football Championship

Sunday August 23

St Josephs v Dundalk Gaels, 2pm

Ardee St Mary's v Newtown Blues, Darver, 4pm

O'Raghallaighs v Geraldines, Darver, 6pm

Naomh Mairtin v Dreadnots, Dunleer, 6pm

Important matches are arriving thick and fast in Louth.

Last weekend's opening fixtures offered entertainment with Newtown Blues again showing why they are still the team to beat.

Aidan O'Shea is an influential figure for Breaffy.
Aidan O'Shea is an influential figure for Breaffy.

Wexford Senior Football Championship

Friday August 21

Castletown v Kilanerin, Bellefield, 7pm

Starlights v Fethard, O'Kennedy Park, 7pm

Saturday August 22

Sarsfields v Glynn-Barntown, O'Kennedy Park, 6.30pm

The Wexford Senior Football Championship gets underway this weekend.

Castletown's title defence commences against Kilanerin at Bellefield on Friday evening.

Mayo Senior Football Championship

Saturday August 22

Breaffy v Charlestown, Claremorris, 5pm

Westport v Castlebar Mitchels, Breaffy, 5pm

Bohola Moy Davitts v Aghamore, Ballaghaderreen, 7pm

Ballina Stephenites v Knockmore, Crossmolina, 7pm

Ballintubber v Davitts, Ballinrobe, 7pm

Sunday August 23

Kiltane v Claremorris, Knockmore, 2pm

Garrymore v Belmullet, Ballina, 4pm

Ballaghaderreen v The Neale, Davitts, 4pm

Kevin Johnson continues to extract resourceful displays from Ballintubber, who play Davitts in Ballinrobe on Saturday evening.

The Neale's emergence at senior level has been one of the stories of the summer in Mayo and they want to secure a berth in the knockout stages.

Breaffy, Charlestown, Westport, and Castlebar Mitchels are involved in a most demanding race too. So a lively couple of hours beckons for them.

Sligo Senior Football Championship

Saturday August 22

St Mary's v Tubbercurry, Markievicz Park, 7pm

Eastern Harps v Shamrock Gaels, Corran Park, 7pm

Geevagh v Tourlestrane, Connolly Park, 7pm

Sunday August 23

Coolera-Strandhill v Calry/St Joseph's, Markievicz Park, 4pm

Tourlestrane have won the last four Sligo titles and are the warmest of favourites once more.

St Mary's need to secure a victory against a unbeaten Tubbercurry outfit, who have registered five points.

Tipperary Senior Football Championship

Saturday August 22

Killenuale v Clonmel Commercials, Monroe, 6pm

Cahir v Galtee Rovers-St Peacun, New Inn, 6pm

Sunday August 23

Ballyporeen v Moyne-Templetuohy, Cashel, 2pm

Ardfinnan v Loughmore-Castleiney, Boherlahan, 2pm

Kilsheelan-Kilcash v Aherlow, New Inn, 4pm

JK Brackens v Upperchurch-Drombane, The Ragg, 4pm

Moycarkey-Borris v Arravale Rovers, Dundrum, 6pm

Moyle Rovers v Eire Og Annacarty-Donohill, Cahir, 6pm

Holders Clonmel Commercials will afford Killenaule the utmost respect.

The Group One fixtures involving Barryporeen, Moyne-Templetuohy, Ardfinnan, and Loughmore-Castleiney will be lively.

JK Brackens and Upperchurch-Drombane collide aware that a win will be sufficient to see them advance.

Limerick Senior Football Championship

Friday August 21

Fr Caseys v Na Piarsaigh, Mick Neville Park, 7.30pm

Saturday August 22

Ballylanders v Galtee Rovers, Kilfinane, 6pm

Monaleen v St Kierans, Clarina, 6.45pm

Sunday August 23

Ballysteen v Drom Broadford, Newcastle West, 2pm

The Limerick Senior Football Championship started last weekend.

Drom Broadford were soundly beaten by Newcastle West, but will be seeking an instant response against Ballysteen.

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