SUNDAY 9 DECEMBER

Leinster club SFC final
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) v Mullinalaghta (Longford), O'Connor Park, 1.30pm

All-Ireland Women’s Junior Club final
Glanmire (Cork) v Tourlestrane (Sligo), Duggan Park, 2.30pm

ONLINE
Live blog on Saturday, Kilmacud Crokes v Mullinalaghta from 1pm. 

TV
Kilmacud Crokes v Mullinalaghta live on TG4 from 1pm on Sunday.  

RADIO
Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 will have live second-half commentary of Kilmacud Crokes v Mullinalaghta from 2pm. 

Sunday: It will be a brighter day with some sunny spells and scattered showers, these mainly affecting the west and northwest. West to northwest winds will be moderate to fresh with top temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees. 

Glanmire, from Cork, look to follow in the footsteps of 2017 champions Aghada in the junior final when they take on Sligo's Tourlestrane

Glanmire have racked up the miles in the All-Ireland series, beating Roger Casements (Coventry) in Birmingham at the quarter-final stage before making the long trip to Tyrone.

Tourlestrane have been impressive too, and they got the better of Carlow’s Old Leighlin at the semi-final stage.

Katie Walsh is a star forward for Sligo and she scored six points in that game, with Laura Surlis and Leonie Gaughan scoring the crucial goals.

Both teams are unchanged from the last day.

Glanmire: A Carey; R Kelleher, A McNamara, A Turpin; A McCarthy, E Baker, L Cashman; E Twomey, A O’Mahony; S O’Brien, E Murphy, S Murphy; N McAllen, K Hannon, S Deane.

Tourlestrane: C Walsh; S Brennan, L Walsh, S Mooney; E Meers, S Henry, C Marren; A Egan, N Brennan; A Corcoran, G Carty, T Walsh; S Cunney, K Walsh, L Surlis.

Leinster final

The commentators, along with the bar stool experts, are referring to this provincial decider as the classic 'David v Goliath' encounter, with Longford's Mullinalaghta the outsiders in their date with Kilmacud Crokes.

That said, Mullinalaghta are deserving of their place in this O'Connor Park showdown after retaining their county crown and then seeing past Rhode from Offaly and Éire Óg from Carlow. The latter victory was emphatic to say the least, as they restricted their opponents to just three points while keeping their own score tally ticking over with 2-15.

Kilmacud Crokes secured an eight Dublin title on the October Bank Holiday Monday with victory over St Jude's. Meath's Dunboyne and Portlaoise were then accounted for. It was a case of standing firm against the Laois champions, with goalkeeper saving a penalty in stoppage time to preserve a three-point advantage that ultimately was the difference at Parnell Park. 

The Crokes have four Leinster wins to their name and were All-Ireland champions in 1995 and 2009. 

Mullinalaghta manager Mickey Graham said the club's supporters were in 'dreamland' in the wake of the 'amazing' achievement in getting this far.

Mullinalaghta players Conor McElligott, Eoghan Keegan, Aidan McElligott and John Keegan celebrate after the thrashing of Éire Óg

Speaking to RTÉ Sport after the win over Éire Óg, he said: "It's huge. First of all, to be the first Longford club ever to reach Leinster club final. When I first came here three years ago, these lads talked about winning a county championship. They never envisaged that they'd find themselves here today.

"You can see the supporters there on the final whistle. I think every man, woman and child from Mullinalaghta is on the field to congratulate them.

"They're in dreamland. It's something that they'd have thought they'd never experience. And now they're in a Leinster club final. 

"Mullinalaghta is a small village on the Cavan border. It's actually a half-parish of Lough Gowna which goes into Cavan. And there's 300 to 400 people that live in the parish. It's a real small area but a real tight knit community. So to do what they're after doing today is just amazing."  

Assessing Crokes' campaign so far, defender Ross McGowan was quite adamant that greater heights can be scaled as they strive for a fifth provincial crown and a first since 2010.

Ross McGowan

"There is definitely more in the tank," he told RTÉ Sport.

"You learn from every game and we know that we still have to produce a full 60 minutes of football. "We are hoping to produce that 60 minutes on Sunday. That's said we have prepared for what will be a battle against Mullinalaghta."