Selected Tips & Previews On Sunday's GAA Club Games

Hurling

Limerick SHC Final - Na Piarsaigh v Kilmallock 

An eagerly anticipated clash with inter-county stars in abundance on each panel. Kilmallock won between these two sides in the final three years ago and beat the reigning champions Patrickswell in this year's semi-final. Na Piarsaigh had to overcome a plucky Doon side in their semi-final and dug deep to win by a 4-point margin. 

Recommended Bet >>> In what is likely to be a nip and tuck kind of game, the margins could be fine. Na Piarsaigh to win by 1-3 points @ 16/5 currently

Clare SHC Final - Clooney-Quin v Sixmilebridge 

A massive day for Clooney-Quin as it's their first senior hurling final appearance since 1942! Also their only success! They beat finalists of the past two years in the semi-final by a 2-point margin. Sixmilebridge on the other hand are no stranger to this stage as they are gunning for a thirteenth title. 

Recommeneded Bet >> Sixmilebridge carry a serious goal threat and Brian Corry to score a goal anytime looks an attractive bet @ 13/10 currently



Football

Galway SFC Final - Corofin v Mountbellew-Moylough 

Corofin are understandly favourites for this but performances leading up to the final haven't been resounding. Mountbellew-Moylough have enjoyed the fruits of a youthful side mixed with experience including the services of 2001 All-Ireland Football winner with Galway, Joe Bergin. 

Recommended Bet >>> Corofin's pedigree is undoubted and they'll raise their game for the final. Taking them in a handicap at -2 looks a decent bet, currently @ 4/5

Cork SFC Final - Nemo Rangers v St Finbarr's 


These teams scored a bagful of goals between them in their respective semi-finals with Nemo Rangers' Luke Connolly bagging a hat-trick. St Finbarr's scored three goals themselves as they overcame last year's winners Carberry Rangers. Will Nemo Rangers experience of playing county finals at Páirc Uí Chaoimh be a big factor? 

Recommended Bet >>> Following on from his goalscoing exploits in the semi-final, Luke Connolly to score anytime @ 7/4 looks mighty tempting