Published 31/10/2015 | 02:30
dublin shc final
Cuala v St Jude's, Parnell Park, 3.0
Star-studded Cuala, with David Treacy and Mark Schutte to the fore, bid to bridge a 21-year gap against a St Jude's side who fell to Kilmacud after extra-time in last year's decider. If Danny Sutcliffe performs to his potential, this will go all the way.
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Ballyboden St Enda's v St Vincent's, Parnell Park, 4.0
with Diarmuid Connolly on fire, it's hard to see Vincent's three-in-a-row challenge being derailed as they bid to add further All-Ireland glory. If Ballyboden throw the shackles off, and Andrew Kerin continues his scoring exploits, an upset is possible, but unlikely.
Verdict: St Vincent's
Munster Club SFC Q-Final
Clonmel Commercials v Newcastlewest, Clonmel Sportsfield, 2.0*
limerick's six-year wait for a Munster club SFC win is likely to go on as Clonmel possess a talented side, powered by Tipperary star Michael Quinlivan.
Leinster Club SHC
St Mullin's v Clonkill, Netwatch Cullen Park, 2.0*
An intriguing contest but back-to-back Carlow champions St Mullin's may cause a minor upset on home soil.
Verdict: St Mullin's
Clough Ballacolla v Oulart-The Ballagh, O'Moore Park, 2.0, LIVE TG4*
oulart's bid for an elusive Leinster crown gets underway with a tricky trip to Portlaoise. The attacking threat of Garrett Sinnott and Nicky Kirwan should see them through providing Willie Hyland's threat is nullified.
Ulster Club SFC Q-Finals
Crossmaglen v Erins Own Cargin, Athletic Grounds, 2.30*
crossmaglen hold all the aces as they push for further provincial glory. They should start with a smooth win.
Kingscourt v Kilcoo, Kingspan Breffni Park, 2.30*
Kilcoo have won four Down titles in five years but Ulster glory has evaded them. They have improved markedly this season as the beaten 2012 finalists travel to Kingscourt.
Naomh Conail v Trillick, Pairc MacCumhaill, 2.30*
trillick won senior Tyrone honours having come up from intermediate. With captain Mattie Donnelly leading by example, Trillick can cause another upset against a Glenties side powered by Leo McLoone.
Scotstown v Slaughtneil, Clones, 2.30*
Former Monaghan superpower Scotstown are on the way back and collide with last year's All-Ireland finalists Slaughneil in the tie of the round. The Derry champions face a stiff examination after last weekend's extra-time loss in the Ulster SHC final, but with Christopher Bradley on form, they can edge it.
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St Gabriel's v Robert Emmetts, Ruislip, 2.0
Robert Emmetts stunned last year's champions Kilburn Gaels in the semi-finals but they face a formidable St Gabriels side, led by the deadly Eoin Kelly, and this will be a bridge too far.
Verdict: St Gabriel's
Munster Club ihC Q-Final
Clonakenny (Tipperary) v Portlaw (Waterford), Templetuohy 2.0*
Munster Club IFC q-Final
Upperchurch-Drombane (Tipperary) v St Mary's (Kerry), Cashel, 2.0*
Verdict: St Mary's
Leinster Club IFC q-finals
Glynn Barntown (Wexford) v Rathcline (Longford), Killurin, 2.0*
Verdict: Glynn Barntown
Athlone (Westmeath) v O'Hanrahans (Carlow), Pairc Ciaran Athlone, 2.0*
Ratoath (Meath) v Railyard (Kilkenny), Ratoath, 2.0*
Castledermot (Kildare) v Ballycumber (Offaly), Newbridge, 2.0*
Ulster Club IFC Q-Finals
Glenavy (Antrim) v Irvinestown (Fermanagh), Corrigan Park, 2.30*
Bundoran (Donegal) v Clann Eireann (Armagh), Ballyshannon, 2.30*
Verdict: Clann Eireann
Ballyhaise (Cavan) v Doohamlet (Monaghan), Kingspan Breffni Park , 12.45*
Edendork (Tyrone) v Loughinisland (Down), Healy Park, 2.30*
Connacht Club IFC Semi-Finals
Hollymount-Carramore v Gaeil na Meilge, Elverys MacHale Park, 2.0*
Michael Glaveys v Moycullen, Dr Hyde Park, 3.0*
(*extra time if necessary