Watch live: Cork IT take on Mary I in all-Munster Trench Cup final

It's an all-Munster affair in the Electric Ireland Trench Cup final as Cork IT face Mary I at DCU.

Cork's Damien Gore scored 2-2 for CIT in their semi-final win over Dundalk IT.
Cork's Damien Gore scored 2-2 for CIT in their semi-final win over Dundalk IT.

CIT put six goals past Oisin McConville’s Dundalk IT in a 6-13 to 4-10 semi-final win last month to qualify for the final of the second-tier of colleges' football.

Daniel Dineen and Damien Gore have formed a lethal attacking partnership, claiming 5-6 between them against Dundalk (3-4 for Dineen, 2-2 for Gore). In all, CIT have scored 11 goals in their two games so far, and conceded seven.

2018 champions Mary I, meanwhile, put six goals past Waterford IT in their quarter-final, another 10-goal thriller, before edging past the Army Cadets in the semi-final.

The game will throw-in at 5.30pm and you can watch it live below, brought to you via Electric Ireland's YouTube page.

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