Take a front row seat for final-four football action on Leeside this weekend

Examiner Sport subscribers can watch four top-quality games in the Cork football championship. 
Take a front row seat for final-four football action on Leeside this weekend

WIN OR BUST: Harry Canning, CEO Bon Secours Cork (centre) with, Eoin Comyns of St Finbarrs, Castlehaven's Rory Maguire, Luke Fahy of Ballinciollig and Micheal Aoda Martin, Nemo Rangers.

We're down to the business end of what has been an intriguing and wide-open senior football championship on Leeside. 

And our cameras will be present, once again, to capture the semi-final action from Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend. 

Irish Examiner subscribers will have a front row seat for four top-quality ties from Cork GAA HQ. 

First up, in the Bon Secours Senior A football championship semi-final, St Michael's face off with O'Donovan Rossa on Saturday. 

Throw-in is slated for 5pm but make sure you get online at least 30 minutes beforehand to catch all our pre-game build-up with commentator Patrick Mulcahy and analysts, Brian Cuthbert and John Hayes 

That game is followed by Clyda Rovers v Knocknagree in the other last-four battle at that grade. Liam Aherne will call the action, complemented by the expertise of Colm O'Neill and Brian Cuthbert.

Then, on Sunday, it's a really mouth-watering double bill of Premier Senior semis. 

We raise the curtain from Páírc Uí Chaoimh with the meeting of Nemo Rangers and Ballincollig.

The southside club are hoping to mark their centenary year with another title victory while a youthful Ballincollig will fancy their chances of catching a side who have yet to hit top gear. Liam will be joined in the gantry by co commentators Tony Davis and Colm O'Neill so ensure you're logged on for 1.30pm. 

And at 4pm, St Finbarr's will aim to keep their double dream alive by booking their place in the football decider. 

Castlehaven -- featuring the Barrs hurling teammates, the Cahalanes -- will have other ideas, of course. Throw-in is scheduled for 4pm but we'll have plenty of pre-game coverage with Patrick Mulcahy, Tony Davis and John Hayes.   

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