The 2015 finalists Donaghmoyne and Mourneabbey meet again while Foxrock-Cabinteely are aiming to get past Carnacorn and reach their first ever decider as the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Championship reaches the last-four stage on Sunday.

Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) v Mourneabbey (Cork), Donaghmoyne, 1pm, N McCormack

In a rematch of last year’s final, reigning champions Donaghmoyne meet Mourneabbey, who are desperate to land the All-Ireland crown after losing the last two deciders. 

Mourneabbey came up short against the Monaghan women last year and were defeated by Donegal’s Termon in 2014. 

Donaghmoyne have been around the block many times, winning the competition on four occasions, and have both class and experience right down the spine of their team. 

Sharon Courtney is a brilliant defender for Monaghan and will operate at centre-back for her club, with captain Amanda Casey and Cora Courtney holding down the two midfield slots. 

Catriona McConnell was sorely missed by the county team after opting out this year and her attacking prowess can hurt Mourneabbey from play and placed balls.

In last year’s final, McConnell was Donaghmoyne’s leading scorer with five pointed frees.

Mourneabbey certainly won’t lack for motivation and the O’Sullivans will lead their charge. 

Ciara O’Sullivan has captained Cork to the last two All-Ireland titles while sister Doireann kicked some monstrous points in September’s victory over Dublin. 

Goalkeeper Meabh O’Sullivan, Eimear Meaney, Bríd O’Sullivan and Róisín O’Sullivan were also on the 30-player panel for the win that sealed a sixth title in a row for the Rebelettes. 

Foxrock-Cabinteely (Dublin) v Carnacon (Mayo), Bray Emmets, 2pm, C McManus

Sinead Goldrick and Cora Staunton met in inter-county action this year

Dublin and Leinster champions Foxrock-Cabinteely are looking to create history by qualifying for their first ever All-Ireland ladies senior club football final. 

They fell to holders Donaghmoyne at the semi-final stage last year, losing by four points, but are determined to at least go one better this year. 

But Foxrock-Cabinteely face the most formidable of challenges at the penultimate hurdle in the form of five-time All-Ireland senior winners Carnacon. 

The Mayo and Connacht standard-bearers regained their provincial title this year and boast a star-studded outfit. 

Ace forward Cora Staunton will need close watching, as always, while Carnacon have newly-crowned All-Star Fiona McHale driving her team forward from the middle of the field.

Fellow county stars Marie Corbett and Martha Carter are two-thirds of a rock-solid half-back line and alongside McHale at midfield is another Mayo senior, club captain Doireann Hughes. 

Foxrock-Cabinteely have plenty of class in their own ranks and should not be under-estimated however. 

Honoured with an All-Star last Saturday night, Sinead Goldrick will feature alongside another Dublin senior player, Niamh Collins, in the half-back line. 

Up front, Amy Ring and Amy Connolly are dangerous inside forwards and both can call upon recent experience at the top level with Dublin.