O’Loughlin Gaels, who are also Féile hurling champions, topped Group A in style, winning all four games, and they continued that fine form in their 4-7 to 0-5 semi-final victory over Leitrim’s Mohill.
The Leinster club’s final meeting with a very formidable Wolfe Tones today promises to be a cracker, with the Clare side edging an epic semi-final against Philadelphia, despite the deceptive 2-5 to 0-3 scoreline.
Wolfe Tones, who topped Group B in style, have been in real scoring form, racking up 13-33 in their group games, so a real thriller is in prospect against O’Loughlin Gaels.
Meanwhile, the Division Six decider will be a straight shootout between two Cork clubs, with Glanworth meeting Ballinora.
Glanworth, who topped Group C after three straight wins, were too strong for Kilmacabea in their semi-final, winning 5-5 to 0-1, after putting in a strong second half performance.
A Liam Foley hat-trick and a brace from Ciarán Murphy inspired Glanworth to victory.
They will now face a Ballinora team that overcame Aghinagh 3-4 to 0-4 in the other semi-final yesterday.
An impressive first-half showing saw Ballinora lead 3-3 to 0-3 at the break and they held on in a low scoring second-half, with Luke O’Connor (2-1), the impressive Darragh Holmes (1-2) and Darragh Corkery (0-1) all on the scoresheet.
Kenneth Greally and Dylan Dineen also starred for the winners.