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Slaughtneil have the experience to advance to senior camogie final while last year’s heartbreak can drive Eglish on to Intermediate decider

Séamas McAleenan
AIB All-Ireland Senior club semi-finals: Sunday January 28 at 2pm: Inniskeen Grattan’s, Monaghan: Slaughtneil (Derry) v Thomastown (Kilkenny) and at Banagher, Offaly: Sarsfields (Galway) v Burgess Duharra (Tipperary) Remarkably the four provincial winners in the AIB All-Ireland Senior club camogie championship are the same as last year, but the semi-final pairings for tomorrow are, of course, different.

Antrim hurlers face mission impossible against All-Ireland champions Galway

Brendan Crossan
Allianz National Hurling League Division 1B: Galway v Antrim (Tomorrow, Pearse Stadium, 1pm) MAKE no mistake, the Antrim hurlers will be staring down the barrel of a gun in Salthill tomorrow afternoon – but Neil McManus insists the host of rookies that will start against the All-Ireland champions won’t fear the occasion.

All-Ireland Club Hurling Sidelines

By Padraig Kelly
All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Club Championship semi-final: Kanturk (Cork) v Middletown Na Fianna (Armagh) (today, St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, 2pm)

'Absolutely pathetic' Wexford hold nerve in shootout to win Walsh Cup

Padraig O Meiscill
Walsh Cup final: Wexford 1-24 Kilkenny 1-24 (AET, Wexford win 3-2 in shootout) WEXFORD manager Davy Fitzgerald has claimed his side were “absolutely pathetic”, despite their shoot-out win over Kilkenny in the final of the Walsh Cup at the weekend.

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