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Poll: Who do you now think will lift the All-Ireland senior club football title?

There are six contenders left in the race.

Slaughtneil, Nemo Rangers and Corofin all lifted provincial titles yesterday.
Slaughtneil, Nemo Rangers and Corofin all lifted provincial titles yesterday.
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THE REIGNING CHAMPIONS have been knocked out, the 2016 All-Ireland club finalists have made their exit and the club that shocked the Leinster favourites have departed the race.

Dr Crokes, Castlebar Mitchels and Rathnew all exited the All-Ireland senior club football title race over the weekend, along with Cavan Gaels and Simonstown Gaels.

Three provincial trophies were handed out yesterday with Slaughtneil and Corofin retaining their respective Ulster and Connacht crowns, while Nemo Rangers are back on top in Munster.

Slaughtneil and Nemo Rangers can sit back ahead of their meeting next February at the All-Ireland semi-final stage but Corofin have a quarter-final hurdle to negotiate against London’s Fulham Irish on 10 December.

That’s the same day as the Leinster final meeting of St Loman’s, chasing their maiden crown, and Moorefield who previously won in 2006.

But with six contenders left in the race, who do you think will be celebrating on St Patrick’s Day next year?

Poll Results:

Slaughtneil (2063)
Nemo Rangers (1745)
Corofin (1586)
Fulham Irish (266)
Moorefield (247)
St Loman's (149)

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