Affane fly the Waterford flag in Munster on Saturday when they head to Clare for their Junior football semi-final.
The West Waterford club were one-point winners over Fenor in their county final at the end of October, winning their first junior title for the club since 1963.
It's a similar story for Kilimer who claimed their first ever Clare Junior title in recent weeks.
Affane are no strangers to Munster football, but we have to go back a few decades to find their last appearance.
That came in 1974 when they played Austin Stacks to a 23-point loss at the Cappoquin Sportsfield. Affane went straight through to the semi-finals that year, avoiding the first-round games.
They would have been playing in Munster in the 60s also, but the competition only began in 65.
Kilimer boast one Clare inter-county footballer in Colm Pyne. The club had to reform some years ago after having to disband due to lack of numbers, so their county title came as somewhat of a surprise when they beat Éire Óg, the four-time Champions, after extra time.
The action is underway on Saturday in Quilty from half one.