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Here’s this week’s fixtures in the AIB football and hurling club championships

There’ll be plenty silverware handed out in Croke Park this weekend.

Ollie Canning is in action for Portumna this Saturday.
Ollie Canning is in action for Portumna this Saturday.
Image: INPHO/Mike Shaughnessy

THERE’S FOUR ALL-Ireland titles set to be handed out in Croke Park this weekend.

The junior and intermediate finals in football and hurling take centre stage with clubs from Waterford, Antrim, Galway, Kilkenny, Kildare, Roscommon, Mayo and Monaghan all in action.

They will all be bidding to land silverware in Saturday’s and Sunday’s encounters while there’s also All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final action on Saturday.

Portumna are hoping to reach St Patrick’s Day in Croke Park for the fifth time in the club’s history while Loughgiel Shamrocks aspire to contest their third decider.

For Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh and Carlow’s Mount Leinster Rangers, the hope is to qualify for their first ever senior final.

Here’s what’s in store:

Saturday

All-Ireland senior hurling semi-finals
Mount Leinster Rangers (Carlow) v Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim), Páirc Esler, Newry, 3pm, (Ref: Cathal McAllister, Cork), (Live TG4).
Portumna (Galway) v Na Piarsaigh (Limerick), Semple Stadium, Thurles, 5pm, (Ref: James McGrath, Westmeath), (Live TG4).

All-Ireland junior hurling final
Ballysaggart (Waterford) v Creggan Kickhams (Antrim), Croke Park, 3.30pm, (Ref: Christy Browne, Galway).

All-Ireland intermediate hurling final
Kilnadeema-Leitrim (Galway) v Rower Inistioge (Kilkenny), Croke Park, 5.30pm, (Ref: Fergal Horgan, Tipperary).

Sunday

All-Ireland junior football final
Two Mile House (Kildare) v Fuerty (Roscommon), Croke Park, 2pm, (Ref: Martin McNally, Monaghan).

All-Ireland intermediate football final
Kiltane (Mayo) v Truagh (Monaghan), Croke Park, 4pm, (Ref: Anthony Nolan, Wicklow).

The 42 year-old at the heart of Limerick club Na Piarsaigh’s march to an All-Ireland semi-final

‘I haven’t got bogged down thinking about getting back onto the Dublin team’

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