Defending champions Stradbally take on Portlaw in the first of three games at Kill today in the second round of the Co. Senior football Championship.
Both sides started with wins last weekend, the Reds came strong in the second period to overcome Ardmore while Portlaw edged out Dungarvan.
Stradbally manager Stephen Cunningham says his charges will be keen to make it back to back wins before the break.
Kill also stages a double bill later this evening, it’s underway at 5:30pm where An Rinn who drew with Kilrossanty take on a Gaultier side looking to bounce back from their opening round defeat to Rathgormack.
That’s followed then at 7pm by the local derby clash between Rathgormack and Kilrossanty.
Rathgormack are managed by Ger Power who says they were pleased to get off to a winning start last weekend.
Ger says there’s a good healthy rivalry between themselves and their Comeragh neighbours.
Farher Field plays host to a double header of Co. Senior football Championship action this afternoon.
Ballinacourty and Clashmore / Kinsalebeg go head to head at 4pm.
‘Courty had a big win over local rivals Brickey Rangers last weekend, while Clashmore conceded six goals as they lost out to a Nire side who finished with 13 players.
Ballinacourty manager Peter Queally says the new format at both inter-county and club level will prove ti be interesting
Speaking to WLR Sport, Peter says the new club structure which sees everyone qualify for the knock-out stages is a good system.
Peter says he’s enjoying the dual role of managing Ballinacourty footballers and Abbeyside hurlers.
Following that one is the clash of The Nire and Brickey Rangers which gets underway at 6pm, while it’s a 3pm start in Bushy Park where Ardmore face Dungarvan, with both sides seeking their first wins of the campaign.