Connacht club SFC final
Ballintubber (Mayo) v Corofin (Galway), MacHale Park, 2pm

Munster club SFC final
St Joseph's Miltown-Malbay (Clare) v Dr Crokes (Kerry), Gaelic Grounds, 1.30pm

Leinster club SFC semi-finals
Mullinalaghta (Longford) v Éire Óg (Carlow), Glennon Bros Pearse Park, 1.30pm
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) v Portlaoise (Laois), Parnell Park, 2pm

Munster club IFC final
Fermoy (Cork) v Kilcummin (Kerry), Mallow, 1.30pm

All-Ireland club JHC quarter-final
John Mitchels (Britain) v Castleblayney (Monaghan), Pairc na hEireann, 1pm

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Ballintubber (Mayo) v Corofin (Galway) live on TG4 from 1.30pm. Deferred coverage of Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) v Portlaoise (Laois) from 3.35pm on TG4. 

Updates on all the day’s games on Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 from 2pm

Many areas will stay dry for the day with good sunny spells, however some scattered showers will occur too, with most of these feeding in across the east of Leinster. Another cold day with highest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees Celsius, in mostly light easterly breezes; winds will however be a little fresher along east and south facing coasts. For more go to


Galway's Corofin are seeking a hat-trick of titles and a ninth success in total. After eventually getting over Mountbellew-Moylough after a replay to claim another county title, it was expected that Clann na nGael would give them their fill of it a fortnight ago. 

Corofin;s Jason Leonbard finds the net against the Roscommon champions

However, the clash between the two most successful club sides in Connacht turned out to be ridiculously one-sided as the reigning All-Ireland champions turned in their most polished performance since last March’s national success against Nemo Rangers.

First-half goals from Colin Brady and Michael Lundy set the tone, and Corofin continued to run riot after the break, adding a further brace of green flags from Man of the Match Jason Leonard who ended up with a personal tally of 2-06.   

Corofin are warm favourites as they head to MacHale Park and will be boosted by the availability of All Star Ian Burke, who is fit again after a rib injury picked up in the Galway semi-final.

Daithi Burke, who missed the Connacht semi due to featuring with the Galway hurlers in the Wild Geese Trophy clash against Kilkenny, in Sydney, is also in line for a starting berth.

Ballintubber manager Kevin Johnson

After winning a fourth Mayo title, Ballintubber then overcame Sligo's Tourlestrane and Aughawillan of Leitrim to make it this far.

So how they can upset the odds against opposition who defeated them in the 2014 decider?

Writing in his column in the Mayo Advertiser, former county star John Casey said: "Ballintubber have no choice but to make the game ugly and flood their defence with bodies to make space a premium inside their 45.

"It was that tactic, adopted by Mountbellew/Moylough in the Galway county final against them (Corofin), that nearly paid dividends. If you go toe to toe with them they will tear you apart." 


The Gaelic Grounds in Limerick is the venue as Clare champions St Joseph's Miltown-Malbay seek a maiden title against a Dr Crokes outfit eyeing an eighth win.

St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay qualified for their first ever Munster decider with an emphatic eight-point victory over The Nire at Fraher Field.

The Clare champions deservedly led by four points at the break but it was second-half goals from Cormac Murray and substitute Sean Malone that confirmed their passage.

For the seventh time this decade, Dr Crokes will contest the final and they have never arrived in a provincial showdown in that time on the back of a bigger semi-final win.

Jordan Kiely finds the net for Dr Crokes against St Finbarr's

A 21-point hammering of Cork champions St Finbarr's - in a game some saw as being the real Munster final - sends Dr Crokes to Limerick with the hope that they can stay on track in the pursuit of regaining the All-Ireland title they won in 2017. 


The first of the semi-finals sees Mullinalaghta take on Éire Óg at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park in what is a repeat of an opening-round clash between the sides in last year's provincial series. It was the former who ran out victorious by seven points on that occasion.

Jayson Matthews

The Longford champions are bidding to become the first club from the county to contest a Leinster final and, though maybe not to themselves, surprised a fancied Rhode outfit the last day.

A Jayson Matthews goal on 39 minutes proved the crucial score as he reacted well to a shot that came off the crossbar. Mullinalaghta just about deserved the win as they had that extra bit of class throughout the field in what was a tense battle in Tullamore. 

First-half goals from Murtough Ware and Brendan Kavanagh sent Carlow's Éire Óg on the their way to a convincing seven-point victory over the Newtown Blues in their quarter-final at the Gaelic Grounds in Drogheda. 

The other semi should be a cracker as Kilmacud Crokes and Portlaoise do battle at Parnell Park.

Rampant Crokes stormed through to the last four against Meath's St Peter's Dunboyne but it was a bittersweet 16-point win for joint manager Robbie Brennan.

Robbie Brennan

The Dunboyne resident is a former player and manager with the St Peter's club but, alongside Johnny Magee, comfortably guided Crokes through to the penultimate stage. 

It wasn't a classic quarter-final encounter in Navan with Crokes in total control throughout and ahead from the sixth minute.

Former Dublin and Clare forward Pat Burke finished with 0-04 for the four-time Leinster champions while back to back All-Star Paul Mannion led the scoring with an impressive 2-06.

Portlaoise's Paul Cahillane (l) and Mark Dempsey of Moorefield 

Paul Cahillane was the star as his seven points helped Portlaoise make up for defeat to Moorefield a year previous in their last-eight tie. 

The Laois champions laid the platform for the victory in a clinical first half where a Craig Rogers goal pushed them into a 1-8 to 0-4 lead.

Between them Crokes and Portlaoise have 11 Leinster titles.