Round-up: AIB Junior and Intermediate Club action
AIB Munster Club IFC Final
TEMPLENOE (KERRY) 0-14 ST BRECKANS (CLARE) 0-5
AIB Ulster Club IFC Final
MAGHERACLOONE (MONAGHAN) 1-15 GALBALLY (TYRONE) 0-13
AIB Leinster Club IHC Final
TULLAROAN (KILKENNY) 2-25 SEIR KIERAN (OFFALY) 2-13
AIB Leinster Club JHC Final
CONAHY SHAMROCKS (KILKENNY) 4-13 BALLYGARRETT (WEXFORD) 3-12
A powerful second half display enabled Templenoe to claim the AIB Munster Intermediate Football Championship title.
The star studded Kerry outfit eventually shrugged off St Breckan's spirited resistance in Mallow.
Templenoe, who feature Gavin Crowley, Tadhg Morley, Adrian Spillane, and Killian Spillane were only 0-5 to 0-3 ahead at half-time.
After the restart, though, the favourites took charge with the Spillanes and Stephen O'Sullivan prominent.
On Saturday evening Magheracloone produced a dynamic display to defeat Galbally in the AIB Ulster Club Intermediate decider.
With former Monaghan forward Tommy Freeman in fine form and Padraig McMahon a similarly potent threat Magheracloone earned provincial silverware.
On Saturday at UPMC Nowlan Park Tullaroan proved too strong for Seir Kieran in the AIB Leinster Club Intermediate Hurling Final.
Shane Walsh was in brilliant form for the winners contributing 2-13.
Joe Bergin and Adrian Hynes battled for Seir Kieran, but Tullaroan, who feature former Kilkenny hero Tommy Walsh, carved out an impressive victory.
James Bergin blasted two goals as Conahy Shamrocks triumphed in an action packed AIB Leinster Junior Hurling Championship Final.
Tom Phelan and John Mullan also netted majors for the victors with Ballygarrett's Eoin Corcoran, Jack Hobbs, and Shane Quinn clipping goals.