We have the results from all today’s club GAA county finals and provincial matches.
Dublin Senior Football Championship final
St Brigid’s 0-10 0-08 St Oliver Plunkett’s, Parnell Park FT
Galway Senior Hurling Championship Final
Clarinbridge 1-12 0-17 Gort, Pearse Stadium FT
Connacht Club Senior Football Championship semi-finals
Ballintubber (Mayo) 2-07 1-11 Corofin (Galway), McHale Park FT
Tourlestrane (Sligo) 0-10 0-16 St Brigid’s (Roscommon), Markievicz Park FT
Munster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-finals
Ballinacourty (Waterford) 0-07 3-13 Dr Crokes (Kerry), Fraher Field FT
Monaleen (Limerick) 2-15 1-19 UCC (Cork), Cloughduv AET
Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final
Clonkill (Westmeath) 1-13 2-12 Ballyboden (Dublin), Mullingar FT
James Stephens (Kilkenny) 0-15 2-12 Oulart-the-Ballagh (Wexford), Nowlan Park FT
Tipperary Senior Football Championship final
Moyle Rovers 0-07 0-09 Thomas McDonaghs FT
Dublin Intermediate Football Final
Skerries Harps 1-11 1-10 Cuala, Parnell Park FT
AIB Munster GAA Hurling Intermediate Club Championship Semi-Final
Ballyduff (Kerry) 3-8 2-10 Eire Og Ennis (Clare) FT
St Brigids have scored 2 goals or more in exactly half of their matches in the Roscommon SFC this year. They are priced at 13/8 to score over 1.5 goals in this weekend’s match against Tourlestrane.
Following Dr Crokes victory in last weekend’s Kerry SFC Final, UCC will be shorn of the talents of Johnny Buckley and Daithi Casey for this weekend’s match against Monaleen. The Limerick champions have a potent full forward line of Ger Collins, Mike Crowley and Muiris Gavin and are priced at 15/8 to score the first goal in the match.
The last time Ballinacourty played in the Munster Club SFC in 2007 they beat Kilcummin of Kerry in the semi final before only losing by 3 to Nemo Rangers in the final. Inspired by the Hurney brothers they’ll certainly put it up to a Dr Croke’s team that may well still be feeling the effects of last weekend’s Kerry final. Ladbrokes are priced Ballinacourty 11/10 plus 4 points.
Any team with the Brogan brothers and Jason Sherlock is always going to be a goal threat. St Oliver Plunketts ER are potent going forward but questions remain about their defence. There have been 10 goals in their 5 Dublin SFC matches so far this year. We are priced at 4/5 that there will be Over 1.5 goals in this weekend’s final versus St Brigids.
The loss of Jackie Tyyrell will mean that Oulart-The-Ballagh will certainly fancy their chances against a James Stephens team that must be tired after their exertions of the last fortnight. Last year Oulart lost by 3 points to O’Loughlin Gaels and the year before they lost in extra time to Ballyhale Shamrocks. If you fancy a repeat scenario Ladbrokes are priced 8/11 that the match will be a close call ie. the match will either end in a draw or that either team will win by less than 4 points.