Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final Reaction
Semi final line up complete after weekend's action
The County Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final pairings are now confirmed following the three quarter finals on Saturday.
Sarsfields will play Erins Own, while Midleton and Glen Rovers will face off in the other last four tie.
Interviews here from the three games over the weekend
First Sars win over Imokilly, that ended a four point victory for the defending champions at 20 points to 16.
0.00 Sars boss Pat Ryan
3.55 Imokilly boss Fergal Condon
7.10 Sarsfields' Cian McCarthy - they were speaking to @Mark_Dinan
There was a double header at Pairc Ui Rinn on Saturday night
The first game saw victory for Midleton, they overcame Douglas 1-17 to 11 points.
9.53 Midleton boss Jerry Wallace on their win, and his interest in the Cork job
13.26 Douglas boss Cathal Collins
The late game on Saturday saw Glen Rovers finish strong against a fancied Newtownshandrum outfit.
This ended 1-22 to 2-12
18.40 Glen boss Richie Kelleher
20.51 Newtownshandrum boss Ed Daly
More from Sport
PREVIEW : Cork v Kilkenny, All Ireland Camogie Championship Semi Final
Sarah Stanley previews the clash between old rivals Cork and Kilkenny in Páirc uí Chaoimh on Saturday.
"Different Class" - tributes paid to Diego Maradona
The world of football is in mourning following the passing of Diego Maradona in his native Argentina at the age of 60.
Dundak's Flores shortlisted for Puskás Award
Dundalk midfielder Jordan Flores has been nominated for FIFA's Puskás Award.
Big news in the Wee County as Mickey Harte installed as football boss
Louth pulled off a coup last night with the announcement that Mickey Harte will be their new manager.
Cork prepare for All Ireland Camogie Championship semi final
To the fascinated observer looking on from the sideline, without attachment to either of the protagonists, last year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Final between Cork and Galway was one for the ages.
Kenny takes the positives despite going 8 games without a win
Republic of Ireland Boss Stephen Kenny says there are positives to take from his first 8 games in charge - despite not picking up a single win in that time.