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Here are the fixture details for All-Ireland club football semi-finals as venues confirmed

The games take place on Saturday 29 January.

O'Moore Park in Portlaoise.
O'Moore Park in Portlaoise.
Image: Tommy Grealy/INPHO

THE GAA HAVE confirmed the fixture details for the AIB All-Ireland club football semi-finals which take place on Saturday week, 29 January.

The senior showdowns see Munster champions St Finbarr’s take on Ulster winners Kilcoo in Portlaoise, while Connacht victors Padraig Pearses will meet Leinster kingpins Kilmacud Crokes in Cavan.

St Finbarr’s will be aiming to reach a first decider since 1987, while Kilcoo contested the final more recently in 2020. Padraig Pearses are chasing a first final appearance in the club’s history, while Kilmacud Crokes last reached the decider in 2009.

The intermediate and junior semi-finals also take place on the same day. Kerry’s Na Gaeil play Derry’s Steelstown Brian Ógs in an intermediate last four tie, with Roscommon’s St Faithleach’s playing Meath’s Trim at the same stage.

In the junior last four ties, it’s Kerry’s Gneeveguilla against Cavan’s Denn and Mayo’s Kilmeena play Offaly’s Clonbullogue.

Saturday 29 January

All-Ireland senior club football semi-finals 

  • St Finbarr’s (Cork) v Kilcoo (Down), MW Hire O’Moore Park, Portlaoise, 3pm, (Live TG4).
  • Padraig Pearses (Roscommon) v Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin), Kingspan Breffni, Cavan, 5pm, (Live TG4).

All-Ireland intermediate club football semi-finals

  • St Faithleach’s (Roscommon) v Trim (Meath), The Downs, Westmeath, 1.30pm.
  • Na Gaeil (Kerry) v Steelstown (Derry), Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, Bekan, 2pm.

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All-Ireland junior club football semi-finals

  • Gneeveguilla (Kerry) v Denn (Cavan), Tullamore, 1.30pm.
  • Kilmeena (Mayo) v Clonbullogue (Offaly), Longford, 1.30pm.

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