Mourneabbey and Glanmire prepare for All Ireland Finals
There's a massive weekend ahead for two Cork sides.
Mourneabbey and Glanmire go in search of history as they prepare for their respective All Ireland Finals.
Mourneabbey are in action in the Senior final, as they take on Foxrock Cabinteely in Parnell Park on Saturday evening.
Glanmire meanwhile face Tourlestrane of Sligo in the All Ireland Junior Final on Sunday in Ballinasloe.
Ahead of the games, Coilin Duffy spoke to Mourneabbey's Eimear Meaney and Glanmire captain Amy Turpin (at the six minute mark) - press PLAY.
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