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Wednesday 1 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Club Action

All time
# Semple Showdown
After 40 barren years the Glen are back aiming for a Munster senior hurling crown
The Cork club take on Clare’s Ballyea in today’s Munster final.
# pointing the way
Patrick Horgan - a year with Cork setbacks and hurling brilliance with the Glen
The attacker is aiming to end 2016 on a high in next Sunday’s Munster club final.
# Say Cheese
15 pictures that sum up a brilliant weekend of club GAA action
From all the provincial club action to the All-Ireland junior camogie semi-finals.
# Comment
Corofin's sweet revenge, unwanted history for O'Rourkes — Sunday GAA talking points
We also discuss Slaughtneil’s step towards a historic treble plus The Nire’s stunning upset.
# leinster wrap
Rhode, O'Mahony's and Mullinalaghta seal places in Leinster football last four
They’ll be joined by St Vincent’s in the provincial semi-finals.
# Munster SFC
Huge day for Waterford football as The Nire take Carbery scalp to book Munster final place
Dual star Conor Gleeson shines as The Nire set up decider against Dr Crokes.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the Ulster senior football title?
Killyclogher, Slaughtneil, Kilcoo and Maghery are the four sides left in contention.
# Fill The Diary
St Vincent's, Castlebar and Dr Crokes in action - here's this weekend's key GAA club games
We’ve got Leinster quarter-finals and last four games in Connacht, Ulster and Munster in store.
# leinster hurling wrap
Leinster champions Oulart The Ballagh advance to last four, while St Mullins stun Raharney
The Wexford kingpins were comfortable winners over Offaly champions St Rynagh’s.
# Final Four
Poll: Who do you think will win the Munster senior club hurling title?
Ballyea, Thurles Sarsfields, Patrickswell and Glen Rovers are left in the race.
# Tipp SFC
Loughmore-Castleiney secure third senior title in four years and seal place in Munster semi-final
The McGrath brothers’ club now face Kerry champions Dr Crokes.
# Carbery Rangers
Ross rising from junior club to Cork senior champions and set for Munster campaign
Cork All-Ireland John Hayes wants his club to seize their provincial chance.
# Club Action
Star quality, All-Ireland favourites and more talking points as St Vincent's edge Ballymun
The Vinnies are one game away from sealing a 28th Dublin SFC title.
# Deise Dominance
1-11 for Pauric Mahony as Ballygunner complete Waterford hurling three-in-a-row
A 17-point win for the champions against Passage.
# History makers
Slaughtneil have become the first Derry club to win Ulster senior hurling title
Loughgiel Shamrocks were defeated by the Derry champions today.
AS IT HAPPENED
Limerick, Waterford, Offaly finals - Sunday hurling liveblog
Ballygunner, Patrickswell and St Rynagh’s are all celebrating.
# Club Action
Ciaran Kilkenny's Castleknock into the last four in Dublin for the first time in their history
A goal either side of half-time saw them home.
# Tribute
Paudie Maher caps 3-in-a-row with lovely gesture in memory of Thurles selector
Lt Col Jack Griffin died tragically last year at the age of 47.
# Fill In The Diary
Tipp, Donegal, Cork, Kerry and Galway showdowns part of 21 county senior finals this weekend
It’s an action-packed weekend of club GAA action.
# Club Action
Hurling semi-finalists confirmed in Waterford and Kilkenny while neighbours to meet in Limerick
It was a good day for Ballygunner, Mount Sion, O’Loughlin Gaels, Clara and Ballybrown.
# Fill The Diary
9 county senior finals, Dublin and Mayo players back in action - here's this weekend's key GAA games
The Cork hurling decider and Tyrone football final are two of the major games scheduled.
# Club Action
Tipperary senior hurling last four confirmed as St Thomas and Gort reach Galway decider
Quarter-final action in Tipperary this weekend and semi-final ties in Galway today.
# Club Action
Glen Rovers book return to Cork SHC final, Erin's Own stun favourites Midleton
In Limerick, Patrickswell set a semi-final date against Kilmallock.
# Avoid The Drop
Reigning Kilkenny senior champions banish relegation fears and reach quarter-finals
Clara, who have contested the last three finals, won their relegation semi-final yesterday.
# Club Action
2015 Kerry senior football finalists exit championship today at Round 3 stage
Paul Geaney starred in Dingle’s victory last night as Austin Stacks also triumphed.
# Club Action
Reigning Cork senior football kingpins advance as 2013 hurling champs impress
Nemo Rangers and Midleton march on.
# Club Action
All-Ireland champs Boden off to a winning start in Dublin SFC, Castleknock stun Plunkett's
The road to Croke Park on St Patrick’s Day begins again…
# south kerry
Reigning Kerry senior football champions appoint new manager
William Harmon is the new man in charge of the divisional outfit.
# Club Action
Mayo, Tipperary and Limerick senior stars amongst winners at 2015 GAA club provincial awards
The 20th AIB GAA Provincial Club Player Awards were announced today.
# Plan Ahead
Here are the 41 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week
Plenty All-Ireland club action next Saturday and round two of the Allianz football leagues.
# Main men
9 inter-county stars bidding to reach All-Ireland club finals this weekend
There’s big chances this weekend to book final places in Croke Park next month.
# Pencil In
Here’s the venues for this year’s AIB All-Ireland senior club semi-finals
The games have been pencilled in for February 6th and 13th.
# Going Down
Paul Galvin's Finuge were relegated to junior football tonight
Fingue were Kerry intermediate champions in 2012, but lost this evening’s relegation play-off.
# long and winding road
'Here I am, 7 years later': Cahillane's journey from Celtic rejection to a GAA club dynasty
Portlaoise star has seven county titles – but he is desperate to win a second Leinster medal on Sunday.
# Local Heroes
Tipp FM commentary captures the euphoria of Clonmel's stunning winner
Killian Whelan and Tom McGrath called it perfectly.
# Magic Moments
Here's that late, late moment when Clonmel broke Nemo hearts and made history
Michael Quinlivan struck in the second minute of stoppage time.
# Seventh Heaven
Bridesmaids no more! Oulart-The Ballagh finally get their hands on Leinster hurling title
Goals from Tomas Dunne and Garrett Sinnott send Wexford champions to the promised land at the seventh time of asking.
AS IT HAPPENED
Nemo v Commercials, Cuala v Oulart - GAA club tracker
There was no shortage of drama in the Leinster hurling and Munster football finals. Catch up on all of the action here.
# the toughest
Busy weekend as Quinn set to represent club AND country - in the space of 19 hours
Longford star set for Ireland debut before facing a quick turnaround to captain Emmet Og Killoe.
# northern lights
Crossmaglen close in on 11th Ulster title - but Hughes and Scotstown stand in their way
Familiar faces as Cross book their place in the Ulster football final.