Ballymacarbry will find out their All-Ireland ladies' club football semi-final opponents on this weekend.
The Waterford and Munster Champions will face the Ulster Champions in the final four, with the Ulster decider down for decision on Sunday.
Clann Eireann and Bredagh meet in Omagh at half past two with both sides searching for a first-ever Ulster Championship.
Ulster's powerhouse club, Donaghmoyne were dumped out of the championship at the quarter-finals stage, bringing and end to their four years at the top. They were beaten by St Ergnats Moneyglass who would go on to lose heavily to Clan Eireann in the semis.
Last weekend, Ballymacarbry secured a second consecutive Munster title, making it 16 in the club's history.
Mike Guiry's team beat The Banner of Clare for the second straight year in Mallow GAA Complex, with Clare Walsh bagging the all-important goals.
That win keeps Ballymacarbry out in front by some distance on the Munster all-time roll of honour; they now have eight titles to spare over Donoughmore.