All Cork Harty Cup Final
It's going to be an all Cork Harty Cup Final.
Midleton CBS have beaten De La Salle College Waterford in their semi final.
A late goal from Ryan McCarthy has seen them win 1-11 to 12 points
Christian Brothers College Cork meanwhile have beaten Thurles CBS, Christians winning 2-12 to 13 points.
It's a first final in 101 years for Christians, who lost to Rockwell College in 1918, 5-5 to 3-1.
Today's results also mean there'll be a Cork winner of the Harty Cup for the first time since 2006, when Midleton CBS defeated St Flannan's Ennis 2-8 to 12 points.
It's also going to be an all Cork affair in the "B" final.
Hamilton High School Bandon 1-13 Cashel CS 0-14
St Francis College Rochestown 2-12 Charleville CBS 1-11
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