The Quarter-Final action in the Co. Senior football Championship continues this evening.
Ballinacourty will be strong favourites to see off Gaultier when they meet in Leamybrien. Throw in is at 7.00 pm.
‘Courty booked their place in the last eight seeing off The Nire in their final group game in mid-July, while Gaultier secured a recent play-off win over Portlaw.
Gaultier selector Robin Croke says they’re looking forward to the challenge.
Robin is hoping their recent play-off win against Portlaw can stand to them going into this evening.
Robin told WLR Sport, getting through to the last four would be massive.
Ballinacourty manager Peter Queally they’ve gotten back into the football after a long lay off since their final group game.
Speaking to WLR Sport, Queally says the win in the recent hurling Quarter-Final has given the squad good momentum.
Elsewhere, in a bumper day of action the County Junior B Football Championship Final takes place in Leamybrien.
It’s a repeat of last year’s Final as The Nire take on Gaultier for a 4:45 throw-in.
Up West, Fraher Field hosts the an Intermediate football Quarter-Final double header.
Ballinameela and Geraldine’s get the action underway at 6pm followed at 7:30 by the meeting of Colligan Emmett’s and Sliabh gCua.
Shamrocks and Old Parish will battle in out in the Western Junior A Football Final.
They meet in Cappoquin at 5pm.
Eastern Junior Hurling A Semi Finals – Roanmore v Tramore @ 4pm in Walsh Pk
Ballydurn v Mount Sion @ 6pm in Kill
Junior C Semi Finals are as follows:
Naomh Pól take St Saviours @ 2.30pm in Walsh Park, while later this evening at the same venue Dunhill take on Ferrybank from 6pm
In the Intermediate football Championship, it’s Kill against De La Salle in Dunhill at 6pm.