first_imgFirst up in the Hurling final at 2, Limerick’s Na Piarsigh are aiming to become the first side from that county to land club hurling’s biggest prize.Standing in their way are another set of first-time finalists – Antrim’s Ruairí Óg, Cushendall who have the backing of famous fan, Liam Neeson.That’s followed by the football final between Dublin’s Ballyboden-St Enda’s – who defeated Clonmel Commercials in the semi-finals – and Castlebar Mitchels of Mayo at 4pm. Castlebar, who lost to St Vincent’s of Dublin in the 2014 final, beat last year’s champions Corofin and six-time All-Ireland winners Crossmaglen Rangers enroute to the decider.Ballyboden are aiming to follow in the footsteps of fellow-Dublin clubs, UCD, St Vincent’s and Kilmacud Crokes who between them have won the title seven times.last_img

Clubs go for All-Ireland glory

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