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Dublin: 11 °C Thursday 18 October, 2018
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Hello and welcome to The42′s live GAA coverage. The small ball game is the focus for this afternoon, but we have some football coming your way as well.

Here’s what we’ve got in store:
Leinster club SHC final
Cuala (Dublin) v Kilcormac Killoughey (Offaly), Portlaoise, 2pm
Galway SHC final
Gort v Liam Mellows, Pearse Stadium, 2pm
Munster JHC club final
Ballybacon Grange (Tipperary) v Ardmore (Waterford), Mallow, 1.30pm
Munster JFC club final
Knocknagree (Cork) v Dromid Pearses (Kerry), Mallow, 3.15pm
All-Ireland ladies senior club football final
Mourneabbey (Cork) v Carnacon (Mayo), Parnell Park, 3.45pm
All-Ireland ladies intermediate club football final
Kinsale (Cork) v Dunboyne (Meath), Parnell Park, 1.45pm
Waterford SFC final
The Nire v Stradbally, Fraher Field, Dungarvan

As always, we want to hear from you as the games unfold, so get in touch in our comments section below or send a tweet to @Shin_Farrell, who will be guiding you through the action.

Some light reading for you to get ready for the matches coming up later.

Kevin O’Brien speaks to Paul Schutte about the rise of the Cuala hurlers:

‘Oisin Gough was very visionary. He was like, ‘No, we need to go for an All-Ireland”

Meanwhile, Emma Duffy spoke to Jimmy Corbett and Beatrice Casey of the Carnacon club about Cora Staunton.

‘Cora is something else really’ – The duo behind Carnacon’s glittering success

Munster JHC Final

8 mins: Ardmore 1-03 Ballybacon Grange 0-01

The Waterford side take an early lead.

Here’s what they’re playing for in Pearse Stadium today.

A view of the Tomas Callanan Cup Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

Munster JHC final

18 mins: Ardmore 1-05 Ballybacon Grange 0-03

The Leinster SHC is underway. The Galway SHC has been delayed by 10 minutes due to traffic.

Leinster SHC Final

4 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 0-00  0-02 Cuala.

The Dublin champions take the lead.

Leinster SHC Final

8 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 0-00 0-03 Cuala

Kilcormac still yet to get off the mark.

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GOAL!!

12 minutes: Kilcormac Killoughey 0-00 1-03 Cuala

Cuala stretch their advantage with a goal from Con O’Callaghan. Worrying times for Kilcormac Killoughey

Galway SHC Final

10 mins: Liam Mellows 0-02 0-03 Gort.

Gort take an early advantage Galway county final after the game was delayed by 10 minutes.

Leinster SHC Final

19 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 0-00 1-08 Cuala

Con O’Callaghan splits the posts with a fine point. They’re 11 points in front at this very early stage and the Offaly champions could be in trouble.

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All-Ireland Ladies IFC Final

Half-Time: Dunboyne 2-07   2-07 Kinsale.

It’s all square at the break between these sides. A great contest so far.

Galway SHC Final

18 mins: Liam Mellows 0-04  0-06 Gort.

Gort have a two-point lead in Pearse Stadium.

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Leinster SHC Final

GOAL!!

25 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-01  1-09 Cuala

And just when it looked like the Offaly side were drifting out of this game, they come back with a much needed goal from Conor Mahon.

Leinster SHC Final

28 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-01  1-10 Cuala

The Dublin champions hit one back to keep their noses in front.

Munster JHC Final.

It’s all Ardmore at this stage of the second half.

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Leinster SHC Final

Red Card!!

34 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-02  1-10 Cuala

Kilcormac have been dealt a huge blow as goal-scorer Conor Mahon receives a red card for a challenge at the end of the first half

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Leinster SHC Final

Half-Time: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-02  1-10 Cuala

Huge moment there at the half-time whistle. Kilcormac’s task of coming back into this final has been made even harder following the dismissal of Conor Mahon.

Leinster SHC Final

33 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-03  1-11 Cuala

The Dublin side are well in control as the second half gets underway.

Munster JHC Club final

62 mins: Ardmore 3-11  2-08 Ballybacon Grange

Ardmore lead by six in the second half.

Waterford SFC Final

40 mins: Stradbally 1-07   1-09 The Nire.

Just two scores separating the sides in the second half.

Leinster SHC Final

46 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-07  1-17 Cuala

10 points separate the sides, and Cuala are still in control of proceedings. David Treacy with a point from a free.

Galway SHC Final

37 mins: Liam Mellows 2-08  0-11 Gort

Just three points between the sides in the opening minutes of the second half.

Leinster SHC Final

56 mins: Kilcormac Killoughey 1-08  1-21 Cuala

It would seem that there’s no way back for Kilcormac at this stage of the game. Meanwhile, David Treacy makes way for Niall Carty.

Galway SHC Final

43 mins: Liam Mellows 2-10  0-14 Gort.

Gort staying in touch as Mellows pop over a close range free.

Waterford SFC final

59 mins: Stradbally 1-13  1-13 The Nire.

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Munster JHC Club Final

Full-Time: Ardmore 3-11   2-08 Ballybacon Grange.

Ardmore secure the Munster junior hurling title.

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FT: Cuala defend their Leinster crown with an emphatic victory over Kilcormac Killoughey.

Leinster SHC Final

It finished up Cuala 1-23  1-09 Kilcormac Killoughey in the end. A comfortable win for Mattie Kenny’s side.

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Galway SHC Final

GOAL!!

54 mins: Liam Mellows 3-12  0-15 Gort.

Mellows are putting some distance between the sides with a third goal. Greg Lally responds with a point for Gort.

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Galway SHC Final

GOAL!!

61 mins: Liam Mellows 3-12  1-15 Gort

Gort hit back with a goal, but it looks to be coming too late for them.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

And we’re underway in Parnell Park between Carnacon and Mourneabbey.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

11 mins: Carnacon 0-03 0-02 Mourneabbey

Doireann O’Sullivan scores a free for the Cork side.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

20 mins: Carnacon 0-04 0-02 Mourneabbey

Cora Staunton misses a free as we head into the final 10 minutes of the first half.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club final

24 mins: Carnacon 0-06 0-04 Mourneabbey

Just two points between the sides as Amy Dowling smashes a shot off the posts.

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Waterford SFC Final

Full-Time (AET) : Stradbally 1-15  1-14 The Nire.

Stradbally squeeze through by the tightest of margins in the end.

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All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

Half-Time: Carnacon 0-07  0-04 Mourneabbey

The Mayo champions lead by three points at the break after a pacey opening half.

Munster JFC Club final

It’s all square in the early stages of the second half.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

33 mins: Carnacon 0-08  0-04 Mourneabbey

First blood of the second half goes to Carnacon. Staunton points from a close range free.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club final

36 mins: Carnacon 0-09 0-04 Mourneabbey

Fiona McHale extends Carnacon’s lead, as Mourneabbey miss a free to close the deficit.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

40 mins: Carnacon 0-11  0-05 Mourneabbey.

Staunton pops up with another point.

Munster JFC Club final

Dromid Pearses  2-7(13) Knocknagree 0-13(13)

We’re heading for extra-time.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

41 mins: Carnacon 0-12  0-05 Mourneabbey

The Mayo champions and five-time All-Ireland winners have a seven-point lead heading into the final 19 minutes of the final.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

44 mins: Carnacon 0-13  0-07 Mourneabbey

Mourneabbey get a point back after Carnacon lose Doireann Hughes to a yellow card, which puts her in the sin-bin for 10 minutes.

Munster JFC Club Final

Extra-Time: Dromid Pearses (Kerry): 2-09 Knocknagree (Cork): 0-13

3minutes gone in the first half of extra-time.

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All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

GOAL!!

48 mins: Carnacon 0-14  1-08 Mourneabbey

Super goal from Mourneabbey. Bríd O’Sullivan made the move and finished it to the net to leave them just three points adrift of Carnacon.

Munster JFC Club Final

Still very little between them.

All-Ireland SFC Club Final

52 mins: Carnacon 0-15  1-08 Mourneabbey

Staunton points while Mourneabbey miss a goal opportunity. The gap is four points heading into the last few minutes.

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

53 mins: Carnacon 0-15  1-09 Carnacon.

Hughes is getting ready to return to the pitch after her time in the sin-bin.

Cora Staunton is tackled by Eimear Meaney Source: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

55 mins: Carnacon 0-15  1-09 Mourneabbey

Carnacon lose another to the sin-bin as Claire Egan is given a yellow card.

Munster JFC Club Final

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FT: Carnacon are the All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club champions after defeating Mourneabbey.

Munster JFC Club Final

Dromid Pearses 2-11   1-17 Knocknagree

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

“They really don’t need much captaining,” Carnacon captain Cora Staunton pays tribute to her teammates in accepting the All-Ireland Senior Club trophy.

Well, that was a hectic day of GAA club action. Thanks for being with us throughout.

Here’s a recap of the results:

Leinster SHC Club Final

Cuala (Dublin) 1-23  1-09 Kilcormac-Killoughey (Offaly)

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Club Final

Carnacon (Mayo) 0-15  1-10 Mourneabbey (Cork)

All-Ireland Ladies IFC Club Final

Dunboyne (Meath) 2-13  2-12 Kinsale (Cork)

Galway SHC Final

Liam Mellows 3-12  1-15 Gort

All-Ireland Junior Camogie Club Final

Kilmessan (Meath) 0-9 Clanmaurice (Kerry) 0-5

Munster JHC Club Final

Ardmore (Waterford)  3-11  2-08 Ballybacon-Grange (Tipperary)

Munster JFC Club Final

(AET): Knocknagree (Cork) 1-17 Dromid Pearses (Kerry) 2-11

Waterford SFC Final

(AET): Stradbally 1-15 The Nire 1-14

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