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Massive Weekend Of All-Ireland League Action Ahead

Massive Weekend Of All-Ireland League Action Ahead

Clontarf captain Michael Noone is pictured with Lansdowne's Jack O'Sullivan and the All-Ireland League trophy ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The line-up of knockout matches this coming weekend in the All-Ireland League and Women’s All-Ireland League has been completed, with Limerick, Dublin and Meath set to stage promotion/relegation play-off finals.

Navan and Queen’s University will fight it out for a place in Division 1B of the All-Ireland League at Balreask Old, while Blackrock College’s Division 2A status is on the line at home to Rainey Old Boys at Stradbrook – at the same time as Seapoint’s duel with Clonmel at Kilbogget Park. In Limerick, home club Bruff and Malahide are in a straight shootout for a Division 2B berth.

UPCOMING DOMESTIC CLUB FIXTURES:

Saturday, April 27 –

Women’s Provincial Qualifying League Final:

Malone v Suttonians, Energia Park, 12.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 1A Semi-Final:

Clontarf v Lansdowne, Castle Avenue, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 1A Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Semi-Final:

UCC v Malone, the Mardyke, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 1B Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Final:

Navan v Queen’s University, Balreask Old, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 2A Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Final:

Blackrock College v Rainey Old Boys, Stradbrook, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 2B Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Final:

Bruff v Malahide, Kilballyowen Park, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 2C Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Final:

Seapoint v Clonmel, Kilbogget Park, 2.30pm

Women’s All-Ireland League Final:

Railway Union v UL Bohemians, Energia Park, 3pm

Sunday, April 28 –

All-Ireland League Division 1A Semi-Final:

Cork Constitution v Dublin University, Temple Hill, 2.30pm

All-Ireland League Division 1A Promotion/Relegation Play-Off Semi-Final:

Old Wesley v Naas, Energia Park, 4pm