AUDIO: County Championship Reaction
The 2017 Senior Football Championship Final pairing has been confirmed while the Senior Hurling Semi Final line up is complete after two quarter final replays on Saturday night.
Nemo Rangers and St Finbarrs will contest the Senior Football Final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on October 14th after today's semi final fixtures.
Nemo recorded a comprehensive win over Duhallow, at half time they led 2-07 to 0-07 but stretched the advantage after the hour to progress on a scoreline of 5-13 to 0-12.
Afterwards Denis Hurley spoke to Nemo Manager Larry Kavanagh
Cork Forward Luke Connolly was in top form for his Club today and spoke to Denis after the match
Duhallow Manager Padraig Kearns also offered us his post match assessment
St Finbarrs enjoyed a strong start to maintain a significant lead for most of their semi final against defending Champions Carbery Rangers and won the game 3-14 to 0-14.
The Barrs Manager Ray Keane gave the media his reaction after the win
Ian Maguire also reacted to the win
Carbery Rangers Manager Shane Crowley gave the view of the defeated side
Imokilly and Sarsfields will contest a Senior Hurling County Championship Semi Final after coming through two more tight quarter final replays on Saturday night.
Imokilly defeated last years finalists Erins Owen 1-22 to 4-12.
Afterwards Mark Dinan spoke to Imokilly Manager Fergal Condon
Imokilly Captain Seamus Harnedy also gave us his reaction, while he also gave his thoughts on the new All Ireland Championship format and the departure of Kieran Kingston.
Sarsfields overcame the students of UCC at the second time of asking in another tight encounter, this game finished 0-18 to 1-14.
Sars Manager Brian Roche spoke with Mark after the game
UCC Manager Martin Walsh also gave his reaction after the defeat
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