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Club GAA fixtures for the week ahead

The dates, times and venues for this week’s key cub games

Image: INPHO/Donall Farmer

HERE’S THE DETAILS on next weekend’s GAA club action.

In Connacht there are football final showdowns in Galway and Roscommon while the hurling deciders will take place in Sligo and Roscommon.

And in the aftermath of their All-Ireland senior final replay defeat to Kilkenny, Galway’s players return to club action with the four senior quarter-finals down for decision on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday October 13th
Galway SHC quarter-finals:
Loughrea v Mullagh, Ballinasloe, 3pm; Gort v Padraig Pearses, Ballinasloe, 4.30pm.
Roscommon SHC final replay: Padraig Pearses v Four Roads, Athleague, 4pm
Sunday October 14th
Galway SFC final: Tuam Stars v Salthill-Knocknacarra, Pearse Stadium
Galway SHC quarter-finals: St Thomas v Castlegar, Athenry, 3pm; Portumna v Turloughmore, Athenry, 4.30pm.
Roscommon SFC final: St Brigid’s v Padraig Pearses, Kiltoom, 4pm.
Sligo SHC final: Calry-St Joseph’s v Coolera-Strandhill, Markievicz Park, 3.30pm.

In Leinster, there are football county finals next Sunday in Carlow, Longford and Offaly along with hurling deciders in Dublin, Westmeath and Wexford.

In Dublin the football quarter-finals are pencilled in, in Kilkenny the first round championship matches will occur while there are senior football semi-finals in Meath and senior hurling semi-finals in Wicklow.

Friday October 12th
Dublin SFC quarter-finals:
Ballymun Kickhams v St Vincent’s, Parnell Park, 6.45pm; St Judes v Na Fianna, Parnell Park, 8.15pm.
Saturday October 13th
Kilkenny SHC first round:
Danesfort v Graigue-Ballycallan, Nowlan Park, 2pm; Fenians v Erins Own, Freshford, 4pm.
Sunday October 14th
Carlow SFC final:
Éire Óg v Palataine, Dr Cullen Park, 3.45pm.
Dublin SHC final: Cuala v Kilmacud Crokes, Parnell Park, 3.30pm.
Kilkenny SHC first round: Dicksboro v Dunnamaggin, Thomastown, 1.30pm; Tullaroan v O’Loughlin Gaels, Tom Ryall Park, 3.30pm.
Laois SHC final: Clough-Ballacolla v Rathdowney Errill, O’Moore Park, 3.45pm.
Longford SFC final: Emmet Óg Killoe v Longford Slashers, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 3.30pm.
Meath SFC semi-finals: Navan O’Mahony’s v Donaghmore/Ashbourne, Páirc Tailteann, 2pm; Seneschalstown v Wolfe Tones, Páirc Tailteann, 3.45pm.
Offaly SFC final: Rhode v Clara, O’Connor Park, Tullamore, 3.30pm.
Westmeath SHC final: Clonkill v Raharney, Cusack Park, Mullingar, 3.30pm.
Wexford SHC final: Oulart-the-Ballagh v Faythe Harriers, Wexford Park, 3.15pm.
Wicklow SHC semi-final: Carnew Emmetts v Bray Emmetts, Aughrim, 1pm; Glenealy v Avondale, Aughrim, 3.15pm.

In Munster there are hurling finals in Tipperary and Waterford on Sunday. The Clare hurling semi-finals and the Kerry football semi-finals are also down for decision. While the Cork and Waterford football championship also continue to progress.

Saturday October 13th
Clare SHC semi-final:
Clonlara v Newmarket-on-Fergus, Cusack Park, 4.45pm.
Clare SFC semi-final replay: Kilmurry-Ibrickane v Kilrush, Doonbeg, 2.30pm.
Cork SFC quarter-final: Bishopstown v Carbery Rangers, Bandon, 5pm.
Waterford SFC semi-final: Stradbally v Abbeyside-Ballinacourty, Fraher Field, 4pm.
Waterford SFC quarter-final replay: Kilrossanty v The Nire, Fraher Field, 5.30pm.
Sunday October 14th
Clare SHC semi-final:
Inagh-Kilnamona v Cratloe, Cusack Park, Ennis, 4.30pm.
Kerry SFC semi-finals: Dingle v St Kieran’s, Austin Stack Park, 2pm; Dr Crokes v Laune Rangers, Austin Stack Park, 3.30pm.
Tipperary SHC final: Drom-Inch v Thurles Sarsfields, Semple Stadium, 3.30pm.
Waterford SHC final: De La Salle v Dungarvan, Fraher Field, 3.30pm.

Finally in Ulster, it is county football final time in Armagh and Monaghan on Sunday.

Sunday October 14th
Armagh SFC final: Crossmaglen Rangers v Pearse Óg, Morgan Athletic Grounds, 3.30pm.
Monaghan SFC final: Ballybay v Clontibret, St Tiernach’s Park, Clones, 3.45pm.

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Fintan O'Toole

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