There was plenty of GAA club action around the country over the weekend with provincial competitions reaching their business ends.
All-Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks will take on St. Mullins of Carlow in the Leinster Club Senior Hurling final.
Henry Sheflin's Ballyhale side stormed past St Martin's of Wexford on Saturday - enjoying a 15 point win.
All-Star TJ Reid struck a terrific 2-14 in the hammering.
St. Mullins then saw off Rathdowney-Errill of Laois on a score-line of 2-17 to 1-19 at Netwatch Cullen Park today.
It's the first time a Carlow team has reached the decider in six-years.
In Ulster, Naomh Conaill of Donegal reached their second provincial decider in nine years with a 12 points to 9 win over Monaghan's Clontibret at a busy Healy Park on Saturday tonight.
Then on Sunday, Down's Kilcoo reached only their third ever Ulster Club Football Championship final with victory over Fermanagh champions Derrygonnelly Harps.
1-8 to 9 points was the final score at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh as they set up a date in the decider against the Donegal men.
Tipperary's Clonmel Commercials beat Clare's Miltown-Malbay by two points to advance to the Munster Club Football final.
A four-point blitz at the very end saw the Premier men snatch victory in Hennessy Memorial Park where it finished up 0-09 to 0-07.
They'll meet Nemo Rangers of Cork in the decider after they brushed past Kerry representatives Austin Stacks at Pairc Ui Rinn where 2-17 to 5 points was the final score.