Leinster Club JHC final: Dunnamaggin (Kilkenny) v Na Fianna (Meath), Nowlan Park (K Brady), 12pm.
Since this competition’s inception in 2000, a Kilkenny club has won 13 of the 18 titles. That record looks set to extend here.
Leinster Club IHC final Graigue Ballycallan (Kilkenny) v Portlaoise (Laois), Nowlan Park (G Mcgrath, Wexford), 1.45pm. clubs are going for seven-in-a-row in this competition. Current Kilkenny panellist Billy Ryan and former sharpshooter Eddie Brennan will keep the Portlaoise defence busy.
Verdict: Graigue Ballycallan.
Ulster Club IFC final: Mullahoran (Cavan) v Naomh Éanna (Antrim), Athletic Grounds (D Mullan, Derry), 5pm.
Mullahoran, who are led by Enda O’reilly and Killian Brady, came through a free-taking competition against Banagher of Derry in the provincial semi-final. An Antrim club has never won this competition.
Munster Club JHC final: Ballina- meela (Waterford) v Cloughduv (Cork), Mallow (J Mullins, Clare), 1pm.
Four points is as close as any team has come of Cloughduv this year. Much will be expected of U21 pair Brian Verling and Eoghan Clifford - the latter was a Cork U21 this year, while the former soored 10 points in the county final. Jim Curran, Tom Curran and Brendan Phelan are key figures in the Ballinameela attack.
Munster Club JFC final: Beaufort (Kerry) v Dromtarriffe (Cork), Mallow (D Grogan, Tipperary), 3.30pm.
There have been only three occasions, out of 17, where a Kerry club didn’t end up as Munster junkilkenny ior football champions. Daniel O’keeffe (2-9) and Evan Murphy (0-4) accounted for 2-13 of Dromtarriffe’s 2-16 semi-final tally. They’ll need a greater spread of players on the scoresheet tomorrow. Beaufort have bagged 10 goals in their last two outings, taking their Munster quarter and semi-final games by margins of 19 and 34 points.
Leinster Club SHC final: Ballyboden St Enda’s (Dublin) v Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny), Netwatch Cullen Park (P Murphy, Carlow), 2pm.
Henry Shefflin’s Ballyhale are bidding for a ninth Leinster crown. The spine of their team, featuring Joey Holden, Michael Fennelly, TJ Reid and Colin Fennelly, is incredibly strong. The Mullens, Darren and Adrian, along with Evan Shefflin, make sure the flanks are powerful too. No question but the Ballyhale management will have honed in on the threats posed by Paul Ryan and Collie Basquel, the pair accounted for 3-17 between them last time out. That the Dublin champions are the more road-tested coming into this game may not be enough.
Verdict: Ballyhale Shamrocks.
Ulster Club SFC final Gaoth Dobhair (Donegal) v Scotstown (Monaghan), Healy Park, Omagh (N Mooney, Cavan), 2pm.
No Monaghan club has won the Seamus Mcferran Cup since 1991. Having won five of the last six Monaghan championships, it would be a stain on Scotstown’s copybook if this team doesn’t eventually win a provincial title. A forward unit, containing Shane Carey, Conor Mccarthy and Darren Hughes, may have the edge on a Gaoth Dobhair defence led by the Mcgees.
The Donegal club’s midfield partnership of Dáire Ó Baoill and Odhrán Macniallais were so influential last time out; Ó Baoill helped himself to a hat-trick, Macniallais kicking three points from play. If Kieran Hughes can assert himself in this department, it could be crucial to the outcome. Verdict: Scotstown
— Eoghan Cormican