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Who'll bag trips to Croke Park for the AIB All-Ireland intermediate and junior finals?

The semi-final clashes all take place next Sunday afternoon at venues around the country.

Croke Park.
Croke Park.
Image: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

TRIPS TO CROKE Park are the glamour prize on offer for sixteen GAA clubs that are in action around the country next Sunday afternoon.

The AIB All-Ireland intermediate and junior semi-finals are down for decision in both hurling and football.

The competing clubs are bidding to reach the finals with the hurling double-header pencilled in for Saturday February 8th and the football double-header scheduled for Sunday February 9th.

Here’s the football games that are down for decision on Sunday:

All-Ireland IFC semi-finals
Kiltane (Mayo) v Clyda Rovers (Cork), Ballinasloe, 2pm, (Ref: Damien Brazil, Offaly)
Geraldines (Louth) v Truagh (Monaghan), Crossmaglen, 2pm (Ref: Eamon O’Grady, Leitrim)
All-Ireland JFC semi-finals
Two Mile House (Kildare) v Emyvale (Monaghan), Glennon Brothers Pearse Park Longford, 2pm, (Ref: Liam Devenney, Mayo)
Fuerty (Roscommon) v Keel (Kerry), Gaelic Grounds, 2.45pm, (Ref: John Hickey, Carlow)

And here’s the hurling games taking place:

All-Ireland IHC semi-finals
Kilnadeema/Leitrim (Galway) v Youghal (Cork), Gaelic Grounds, 1pm, (Ref: Tony Carroll, Offaly)
Rower-Inistioge (Kilkenny) v Clooney Gaels (Antrim), Páirc Tailteann, Navan, 2pm, (Ref: Shane Hourigan, Limerick)
All-Ireland JHC semi-finals
Fullen Gaels (Warwickshire) v Creggan Kickhams (Antrim), Páirc Esler, Newry, 1pm, (Ref: Christy Browne, Galway)
Calry/St Joseph’s (Sligo) v Ballysaggart (Waterford), O’Connor Park, Tullamore, 2pm, (Ref: Paud O’Dwyer, Carlow)

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Fintan O'Toole

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