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Ulster champions learn All Ireland semi-final fate

December 2nd, 2019

Slaughtneil will face Kilkenny champions Ballyhale Shamrocks in the AIB All Ireland Club semi-final. Photo by Philip Fitzpatrick/Sportsfile

Following Sunday’s AIB Ulster Football Senior Club Championship Final all the winners are now known of the Ulster Club titles for 2019. But who will they play next?

This year the Ulster Champions will match up against the Leinster champions in the Inter-Provincial Series.

Before they can turn their attention to the All Ireland Series however Junior Football champions Blackhill Emeralds must meet British Champions Thomas MacCurtain’s in Ruislip this weekend.

Following last weekend’s AIB Leinster Hurling Club Finals, Ulster champions Slaughtneil will meet Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny on the weekend of January 4/5th. That same weekend Naomh Éanna will also meet Kilkenny opposition when they clash with Tullaroan, while Eoghan Rua will meet Conaty Shamrocks in the Junior semi-final.

Meanwhile in the football Kilcoo will meet the winners of Ballyboden St Enda’s and Eire Óg on January 4/5th, while Magheracloone await the winner of Mattock Rangers and Mullinavant in the Intermediate semi-finals, on January 11/12th.

 

Sunday 8th December, 1pm, Ruislip

Twinning Final
Blackhill (Muineachán) v Thomas MacCurtain’s (London)

 

WEEKEND OF JANUARY 4th/5th 

AIB All Ireland Hurling Senior Club semi-final
Ballyhale Shamrock (Cill Chainnigh) v Slaughtneil Robert Emmet’s (Doire)

AIB All Ireland Hurling Intermediate Club semi-final
Naomh Eanna (Aontroim) v Tullaroan (Cill Chainnigh)

AIB All Ireland Hurling Junior Club semi-final
Conaty Shamrocks (Cill Chainnigh) v Eoghan Rua (Doire)

AIB All Ireland Football Senior Club semi-final
Kilcoo (An Dún) v Ballyboden St Enda’s (Ath Cliath)/ Eire Óg (Ceatharlach)

 

WEEKEND OF JANUARY 11th/12th

AIB All Ireland Football Intermediate Club semi-final
Magheracloone (Muineachán) v Mattock Rangers (An Lú) / Mullinavat (Cill Chainnigh)