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Thursday 9 February 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Club Action

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# Never Mind The Ballaghs
Seventh time lucky? Oulart-the-Ballagh earn another shot at Leinster hurling glory
Clonkill finished with 14 men as Wexford champions set up Cuala clash.
LIVE
Nemo v Legion, Commercials v St Joseph's - GAA club tracker
Join us for updates from both Munster senior football semi-finals, live from 2pm.
Nov 15th 2015, 3:05 PM GOAL FOR COMMERCIALS! Commercials 1-9 St Joseph’s 0-2: Michael Quinlivan fists home Jason Lonergan’s delivery. That’s the game, you feel.
Nov 15th 2015, 2:39 PM HALF TIME: Nemo Rangers 0-7 Killarney Legion 0-2
AS IT HAPPENED
Ballygunner v Glen Rovers, Killarney Legion v South Kerry - GAA club tracker
We minute-by-minute updates on this afternoon’s games at Walsh Park and Fitzgerald Stadium.
# Fixture List
Here are this weekend’s key GAA club fixtures from around the country
The Munster hurling semi-finals take centre stage this weekend.
# Unstoppable
Portlaoise power to Laois nine-in-a-row (and they've to play again tomorrow afternoon!)
The town ran out 12-point winners in this evening’s Laois SFC replay.
# the toughest
Here are this week’s key GAA club fixtures from around the country
The provincial championships are starting to heat up, while there are still plenty of county titles to be decided.
# Till Kingdom Come
We might have to wait until 8 November for the Kerry county final
Killarney Legion are in the county final – but who will they be playing? And when?
# Old Dog Same Tricks
Now there's video footage of 42-year-old Mick Lawlor scoring two goals in two minutes
Lawlor and Emo will face Portlaoise in the county final replay on Saturday.
# Only a number
42-year-old Mick Lawlor scored two goals in an epic drawn Laois football final
Portlaoise and Emo will have to do it all over again.
# Green Day
New Kildare boss O'Neill watches as 14-man Sarsfields snatch dramatic county title
Conor Tiernan sent off, but Sash battle on to clinch the title.
# Gunners
For the first time since 2004, the Waterford hurling champs have defended their title
Ballygunner beat Tallow in the decider at Walsh Park.
# Fixture List
Here are this weekend’s key GAA club fixtures from around the country
There are plenty of county finals down for decision as the club championship heats up.
# Club Action
Dingle win Kerry senior club title against Dr Crokes and St Brigid's exit in Roscommon
It was a busy day of senior club football action around the country.
# Club Action
Henry and TJ help Ballyhale reach last four as De La Salle avoid Waterford relegation
There were also county hurling finals today in Laois, Kerry, Antrim and Down.
# Last Four
Sarsfields, Midleton and Glen Rovers book Cork senior hurling semi-final places
Three quarter-finals took place on Leeside today.
# Knockout Stages
Last two Munster club champions in the hunt as final six reached in Limerick
Na Piarsaigh and Kilmallock are still in the hunt.
# in control
Reigning Cork hurling champions claim 17-point win to reach quarter-finals
There were also Cork club football wins for Carbery Rangers and O’Donovan Rossa while city rivals Douglas and Nemo Rangers must meet again.
# we go again
The All-Ireland club football champions have got their 2015 campaign off to a winning start
Corofin beat Salthill-Knocknacarra by three points at Kenny Park.
# green and red
Good news, Mayo fans! Cillian O'Connor played (briefly) in Ballintubber's win today
Castlebar and Ballina both won their opening matches on Saturday evening.
# Rebels
Last year's beaten finalists have lost in the opening round of the Cork hurling championship
Ballymartle came from seven points down to stun Glen Rovers at Páirc Uí Rinn.
# On the road (again)
Austin Stacks took the first step in defending their Kerry football crown today
The Kerry senior football championship is up and running.
# Faller At The First
Cork senior hurling champions lose out in first round tie
Last year’s champions Sarsfields must go the backdoor route.
# Drafted In
An All-Ireland club football star is back in the Galway starting side
Michael Lundy returns to the Tribesmen line-up.
# over the border
Kerry legend Ó Sé makes winning start to Cork club championship career
Tomás Ó Sé lined out for Nemo Rangers today.
# The Lads Are Back
First Cooper, now O'Donoghue back from injury as Kerry stars set for club battle
Cooper’s Dr Crokes and O’Donoghue’s Legion are set for a Killarney showdown next weekend.
# Star Of The West
Will Mayo want this All-Ireland club football winning manager back?
Stephen Rochford’s reputation is on the rise after Tuesday’s victory with Corofin.
# The King Reigns
Hailing King Henry - 'Incredible, the man, there's just no end to him'
Shefflin won his 13th All-Ireland senior hurling medal in Croke Park yesterday.
# The West's awake
Galway's Corofin win back All-Ireland senior club football crown after 17 years
The North Galway club saw off Derry’s Slaughtneil this afternoon.
AS IT HAPPENED
Ballyhale Shamrocks v Kilmallock, AIB All-Ireland SHC club final
Would it be a Kilkenny or Limerick victory today at Croke Park?
# Inside track
Colin Fennelly dishes the dirt on his Ballyhale Shamrocks hurling teammates
We got the lowdown from the Kilkenny senior ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland club final.
# Overseas Expert
Kilmallock get backed by this Korean hurling pundit in the Lebanon for All-Ireland club final
The Limerick club are drawing support from all quarters.
# Fixtures
Check out the 35 key GAA fixtures on the agenda this week
The club finals in Croke Park, major U21 football games and vital hurling league showdowns are all pencilled in.
# Rockies Roar
There was one last colourful invasion by the Austin Stacks fans in Portlaoise yesterday
Their team were beaten but the supporters were there in numbers.
# Teenage Star
The 18 year-old who proved the match-winner in an All-Ireland senior football semi-final
18 year-old Cormac O’Doherty was the hero for south Derry club Slaughtneil.
Kieran Donaghy produced this ferocious shoulder in today's All-Ireland semi-final
Slaughtneil’s Christopher Bradley felt the full force of this.
# victorious
All-Ireland club hurling titles went to Kilkenny and Antrim at Croke Park today
The intermediate and junior deciders took place today in Croke Park.
# Knockout Blow
Galway's Corofin topple All-Ireland club champions St Vincent's at semi-final stage
Michael Lundy and Ian Burke starred in Corofin’s victory today.
AS IT HAPPENED
St Vincent's v Corofin, All-Ireland senior club football semi-final
The Dublin and Galway club champions faced off in Tullamore.
# Tables Turned
All-Ireland three-in-a-row camogie dream over for Milford as Galway's Mullagh cause upset
The intermediate final will be contested by Lismore and Piltown.
# shaking it up
Do these 6 leading players agree with the new GAA club fixture plans?
Should the All-Ireland club championships be completed in the calendar year?