Munster club SFC final
Austin Stacks 3-05 The Nire 2-04 Pairc Ui Chaoimh FT
Ulster club SFC final
Omagh 1-09 Slaughtneil 1-10 Athletic Grounds FT
Leinster club IFC final
Sean O’Mahonys 0-10 Ballinlough 1-04 Drogheda FT
Ulster club IFC final
Inniskeen 1-07 Warrenpoint 1-14 Athletic Grounds FT
Leinster club Special JHC final
Clara 2-18 Wolfe Tones Longford 0-05 Tubber FT
That’s it until next Sunday when we have the Leinster club SHC final.
Congratulations to today’s winners who all have All-Ireland semi finals to look forward too.
Ulster club SFC Final FT: Slaughtneil 1-10 Omagh St Enda’s 1-09
Bradley’s point wins it for the Derry champions. What a scintillating game that was.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-10 Omagh 1-09
Christopher Bradley sends over the lead score with time almost up.
Two minutes of injury time, we could be headed for extra time again..
Wasted opportunity by Aaron Grugan and now Slaughtneil build from the back.
We’re into the last three minutes.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-09 Omagh 1-09
Another chance for an equaliser as Omagh win a free on the 45 metre line and this time O’Neill fires the ball over the bar.
Conor Clarke makes his return to the playing field after a recent crucial injury.
Seven minutes to go and this is anybody’s game.
It’s mis-hit and Slaughtneil win a free out.
It’s eleven minutes since Omagh have scored. O’Neill to take the ’45.
Joe McMahon drives Omagh forward and they earn a ’45.
A cracking contest enters the final ten minutes.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-09 Omagh 1-08
Another outstanding score by Christopher Bradley as he kicks off the outside of the right boot and splits the posts.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-08 Omagh 1-08
O’Doherty levels matters as he continues to win his duel with his marker.
At the other end, Conan Grugan kicks a free short as well and Slaughtneil come away with it.
Christopher Bradley kicks from off the ground and his effort drops short and Omagh win a free out.
Chance of an equaliser for the Derry men as the have a free on the 45 metre line.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-07 Omagh 1-08
Chrissy Bradley drills the ball between the posts as Slaughtneil hit two points in quick succession.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-06 Omagh 1-08
Paul Bradley converts a free straight on front of the posts.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-05 Omagh 1-08
Cormac O’Neill slots over a fine effort and the gap is back to three points as the clock hits the 41 minute mark.
Conan Grugan has a go from out the field, but his effort is wide.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-05 Omagh 1-07
Free in to Omagh which O’Neill takes and sends over the bar.
This is a better display by Slaughtneil in the second half.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-05 Omagh 1-06
Just a point between them now as Ronan Bradley points on the run.
Patsy Bradley is a big influence around the middle of the park now.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-04 Omagh 1-06
O’Doherty gathers well shakes his marker and blasts the ball over the bar.
Let off for Slaughtneil as it looked as if they had given a close range free away, but the ref waves play on.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-03 Omagh 1-06
Omagh on the attack straight away and Tierney adds to his goal with a good point on the run, but Barry McGuigan responds immediately.
The Omagh players are back on the pitch, no sign of Slaughtneil yet.
Galway SHC SF FT: Gort 1-15 Beagh 0-10
Gort will play Portumna in the much delayed Galway senior hurling championship final.
Omagh look set to push on in the second half as Slaughtneil struggle for their scores.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-02 Omagh 1-05
St Enda’s finish the half strong after a poor start to lead by three points at the break.
McMahon can’t follow up his earlier effort as he kicks wide from distance.
Two minutes of injury time to be played..
Aaron Grugan has a pop from distance, but his effort is off target.
Omagh are certainly worthy of their three-point lead as we approach half time.
Goal – Omagh
A recovered Grugan surges through and lays off to centre back Barry Tierney who finished with aplomb.
This is a typical Ulster match as both sides get men behind the ball, still intriguing though.
Conan Grugan is down receiving treatment after he shipped a heavy tackle.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-02 Omagh 0-05
Joe McMahon lets fly from 40 metres and the ball sails between the posts.
Paul Bradley drops one short. Slaughtneil have to work harder to create their scoring chances.
That was an inspirational score by the St Enda’s captain.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-02 Omagh 0-04
Hugh Gallagher comes up from corner back and shows the Omagh forwards how its done with a great score.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-02 Omagh 0-03
Christopher Bradley lays off to Gerald Bradley who shows good pace to find space and kick a point.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-01 Omagh 0-03
O’Neill takes short and the ball is worked over to Aaron Grugan who points from distance.
Omagh winning planety of play around the middles section of the field. They win a free now 30 metres from goal.
Joe McMahon strides forward, but his left footed effort is wide of the target.
Free for Omagh and Ronan O’Neill puts the ball wide from a tight angle.
O’Donnell’s effort drops short and its another let off for the Derry champions.
The attendance at the Athletic Grounds is 9,230.
The ball comes back off the post and Slaughtneil clear the danger.
Patsy Bradley intercepts a pass as Omagh were almost through on goal.
Already this is a better game than the first one, wouldn’t be hard mind!!
Bad wide by Christopher Bradley as he swings wildly at the ball and it goes well wide.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-01 Omagh 0-02
O’Donnell takes a pass and points from close range, eight minutes gone.
Slaughtneil are not wasting any possession in these early stages.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-01 Omagh 0-01
Christopher Bradley swings over a great score off his left boot.
It was a strange decision by O’Donnell to take his point as it was two v one.
Conor O’Donnell was the man that scored Omagh’s point.
Ulster club SFC: Slaughtneil 1-00 Omagh 0-01
Point for Omagh, but it could easily have been a goal.
Omagh are tackling in numbers and closing down any space that Slaughtneil are trying to find.
At the other end, O’Donnell shoots wide for Omagh.
What a start for the Derry champions with just a minute on the clock.
Goal – Slaughtneil
Slaughtneil are first on the attack and it s a goal by Cormac O’Doherty.
There’s a big crowd at the Athletic Grounds as we get ready for the row in.
The lights are already on at the Athletic Grounds.
Leinseter club Special JHC final FT: Clara 2-18 Wolfe Tones 0-05
The gulf in class was evident as Offaly’s Clara cruised to victory over the Longford outfit.
Slaughtneil will play as selected.
Omagh make one change as Cormac O’Neill replaces Cathal McCarron.
The faithful Austin Stacks supporters celebrate their win.
Stacks had a poor start like the did in the semi-final, but as the case in that match, they came back and dug deep to grind out a win. It wasn’t easy on the eye, but they won’t mind.
Munster club SFC FT: The Nire 2-04 Austin Stacks 3-05
A remarkable year for Kieran Donaghy finishes on a high as he helps Stacks to the Munster title.
Leinster club IFC FT: Sean O’Mahony’s 0-10 Ballinlough 1-04
The 14-men of Sean O’Mahonys from Louth are Leinster champions.
Stacks are almost in for a fourth goal, but its a ’45.
Lawlor kicks another wide. It’s all gone horribly wrong for the Waterford side.
Since the seventh minute, The Nire have scored 1-01!!
Munster club SFC: The Nire 2-04 Austin Stacks 3-05
Donaghy fields well on front of goal and lays the ball off for a point.
Stacks slow play down by winning a free on their own 45 metre line. It looks as if its going to be their day.
Shane Walsh is off target from a left footed shot. The Nire need scores and they need them soon, five minutes left.
Now we have a ball just kicked out over the line and Stacks have the ball back. Amazing stuff and not for all the right reasons.
Then Stacks give it away, looks like neither side wants to win this game.
Yet again, The Nire’s move breaks down by giving away the ball too easily. They could rue this yet.
Stacks go forward again, but to be fair The Nire full back line have done well despite leaking three goals.
Lawlor is off target for The Nire now. They really need to do something now, eleven minutes left.
The Nire’s wide tally is mounting now.
Fifteen minutes left and just a goal between the sides.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 2-04 Austin Stacks 3-04
Mannix adds a point from a close range free.
Goal – Austin Stacks
Pa McCarthy makes no mistake from the spot, 3-03 to 2-04, 41 mins gone.
Tom Wall receives a yellow card for the block.
Foot block by the keeper and its a penalty for Austin Stacks.
Goal – The Nire
Goal for The Nire as Mike Moore finds himself with plenty of time and space to shot low past the ‘keeper.
There’s no cohesion in The Nire’s play at the moment and they are playing into the hands of Stacks.
Yet another wide for the Waterford champions as Brian Wall is off target from a left footed free.
The Nire really have lost their way since the end of the first quarter.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-04 Austin Stacks 2-03
Off his left boot, Mikey Collins swings over a point as Stacks start the second half well.
Ulster club IFC Final: Warrenpoint 1-14 Inniskeen 1-07
An impressive performance by Ross McGarry which saw the Warrenpoint forward score eight points helps the Down champions to Ulster glory over the Monaghan side.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-04 Austin Stacks 2-02
The second half is underway and O’Callaghan swings over a great score.
Leinster club JHC Special HT: Clara 1-09 Wolfe Tones 0-02
The Offaly side are well on their way to a comfortable win over their Longford opponents.
Leinster club IFC HT: Sean O’Mahony’s 0-06 Ballinlough 1-03
Former Meath star Peader Byrne scores a penalty to help side to level terms with their Louth opponents at half time.
Stacks only first half point was from a free, but they will be still happy to be going in level at half time.
Munster club SFC HT: The Nire 1-04 Austin Stacks 2-01
A long range free for The Nire is well wide on the stroke of half time.
Since The Nire have the extra man, they have surprisingly failed to kick on.
Ryan is wide again, the angle was a little tight, but that is a bad miss.
Michael O’Gorman is fouled and The Nire need to score this one from close range.
O’Callaghan does well to catch the ball on the edge of the square, but the Stacks’ forward has his shot smothered.
Donaghy is wide again from a scoreable position. This is a scrappy contest so far.
Bad miss by Ryan from the free. The Nire seem to be feeling the pressure now.
Gleeson is hauled down on the 20 metre line, should be a badly needed score for The Nire.
The goal really has lifted Stacks now as they dominate the last five minutes.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-04 Austin Stacks 2-01
Mannix follows up the goal with a point from a close range free, the sides are level with 20 minutes gone.
Goal – Austin Stacks
A short kick out goes straight to O’Callaghan and he plays in Mannix who fires right into the corner.
Kieran Donaghy is in acres of space and kicks wide from close in. It’s all going wrong for Stacks at the moment.
There are 45 minutes to go and Stacks will have to play the rest of the game with 14 men, tough ask as they kick another bad wide.
Red Card – Shane Carroll
A second yellow card for Stacks’ Shane Carroll and the Kerry champions are down to 14 men.
Bad wide by Mannix. Stacks have been wasteful when in possession so far.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-04 Austin Stacks 1-00
Ryan picks himself up and points the free.
Ryan is fouled and this should be a simple score for the Waterford champions.
That goal really has lifted Stacks, but The Nire look composed when on the ball.
Goal – Austin Stacks
Shane O’Callaghan shows great strength to burst through and shoot low to the net.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-03 Austin Stacks 0-00
Following a lot of build up, Conor Gleeson shows a good turn of pace to make room and kick a fine point.
It’s taken short as the Waterford side patiently work the ball in.
’45 for The Nire..
The Nire are certainly not being overawed by the occasion as they go on the attack again, but this time their efforts are thwarted.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 1-02 Austin Stacks 0-00
A pointed free by Brian Wall continues The Nire’s excellent start.
Goal – The Nire
Shane Ryan lets fly with a right foot shot that lands in the top corner.
Munster club SFC: The Nire 0-01 Austin Stacks 0-00
Michael O’Gorman kicks the first point of the game, he could have went for goal, but opted for a minor instead.
Stacks on the attack early, but nothing comes from their opening move.
The Nire squad stand for the National Anthem.
We’re ready for the off at Pairc Ui Chaoimh..
Just a few minutes to go to the start of the Munster club SFC.
Austin Stacks supporters
The Kerry champions are well supported this afternoon.
Extra time has been common place in recent weeks and don’t be surprised if that added period is needed to decide our two finals today.
We have had some outstanding games over the past few weeks and today’s matches should be of high quality also.
There are also two intermediate club football finals down for decision this afternoon and we will bring updates from those games also.
Omagh forwards and in particular Ronan O’Neill have looked very impressive during the campaign and Slaughtneil will have to curb that threat if they are to win.
Neither side have won the title before, so that alone should add a bit of spice to this clash at the Athletic Grounds.
There is an intriguing Ulster final in store as Omagh of Tyrone face Derry’s Slaughtneil.
They are an experienced outfit and will not be overawed by the occasion.
Both sides needed extra time to see off their respective semi-final opponents and in Conor Gleeson, The Nire have one of the best forwards in the province.
So, Stacks will not be taking their opponents for granted, but they should have enough firepower to see them over the line.
The Nire were last in the Munster final in 2006 and on that occasion were unfortunate to lose to Dr Crokes.
Kerry champions Austin Stacks are strong favourites to lift the Munster title when they take on Waterford side The Nire.
Today is provincial final day in Munster in Ulster as the football deciders take place.
It’s the last day of November, but we still have plenty of action in store.