Five huge GAA club games this weekend


We pick out five clashes ahead of what is a weekend of team GAA action.
Na Piarsaigh are searching to cap a decade. The town club won the first county title – on Sunday afternoon in the Gaelic Grounds theyre looking for their first sixth.
Their course is clear, and one All-Ireland and four Munster titles really are a testament to this.
They come up from a Patrickswell side wholl be assured of reclaiming the crown they won in 2016. The Well came out at the top when both sides met earlier in the campaign, also buoyed Aaron Gillane by county trio Cian Lynch along with Diarmaid Byrnes, they are not found wanting for star quality.
Its notoriously difficult to pick a winner, and it could be an epic.
2018 All-Ireland champions Cuala and 2017 were pumped out in the Dublin semi-final stage 12 weeks past, but exacted revenge for this loss in a few style against Kilmacud Crokes. Even though Con OCallaghan grabbed all of the headlines for scoring 2-3 from play his return the performance of the Dalkey side was about a whole lot more than any one individual display.
They face a test in the kind of St Vincents, who are gunning to reach their first final as 2010. The Marino club procured an impressive extra-time triumph from the quarter-final.
Present Tommy Moore Cup holders Ballyhale are searching to be the first team to shield the Kilkenny name because they did it in 2009.
During experience understand how many potential pitfalls lie at the Noreside competition, although the prices of henry Shefflin were amazing in their own conduct to St Patricks Day this past year.
2013 and will enhance their chances of causing a significant upset, and 2015 champs Clara stand in their own way in Saturdays quarter-final.
Last years winners Ballintubber and a struggle will meet when they fulfill Ballina in MacHale Park.
Ballina will be seeking to take another scalp on Saturday evening, also overcame a Breaffy side from the quarter-final.
The 2018 Connacht finalists stay invisibly, with firepower from Cillian and Diarmuid OConnor and the shape, plus they have a proven track record of getting results.
The reigning Donegal and Ulster champions face a enormous test and come into the tie as underdogs if they face 2017 county winners Kilcar.
Paddy Co and McBrearty will be looking to win the title back, after an ineffective outsider in 2018 which finished in a reduction .
The Gaeltacht club are no strangers to causing an upset, also pressured Corofin hard from the. Whoever comes out on top will elaborate themselves in the decider.

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