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Colin Fennelly is a key player for AIB All Ireland club champions Ballyhale Shamrocks.
Colin Fennelly is a key player for AIB All Ireland club champions Ballyhale Shamrocks.

Preview: Weekend's Club Hurling action


Saturday November 16

AIB Leinster Club SHC Semi-Final

Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny) v St Martin's (Wexford), Nowlan Park, 1.30pm

The AIB All Ireland Club champions, Ballyhale Shamrocks, used all their guile when overcoming James Stephens' in the Kilkenny decider. That was followed by a victory over Westmeath's Clonkill at TEG Cusack Park.

Henry Shefflin's outfit provided glimpses of their abundant class with Eoin and Brian Cody plundering goals.

Colin Fennelly notched three points from play, while TJ Reid and Adrian Mullen are other key performers in attack.

St Martin's reclaimed the Wexford title with Jake Firman, Jack O'Connor, and Mikey Coleman making important contributions.

St Mullins' forward Marty Kavanagh during the AIB Leinster Club Quarter-Final against Cuala at Netwatch Cullen Park.
St Mullins' forward Marty Kavanagh during the AIB Leinster Club Quarter-Final against Cuala at Netwatch Cullen Park.

Sunday November 17

AIB Leinster Club SHC Semi-Final

St Mullins (Carlow) v Rathdowney-Errill (Laois), Netwatch Cullen Park, 1.30pm

Having stunned Cuala at the quarter-final stage, St Mullins' now face a Rathdowney-Errill making encouraging progress themselves.

Mark Kavanagh struck 1-10 when Rathdowney-Errill cruised to an emphatic win over St Rynagh's, while Ross King and Paddy Purcell were also key figures.

St Mullins were prompted by Marty Kavanagh's efficient scoring and favourites Cuala couldn't recover following the concession of two goals.

Ultimately it means a significant crowd is expected at Netwatch Cullen Park with the prize a place in the AIB Leinster Club decider.

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