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Kilkerrin/Clonberne booked their place in the Connacht Ladies Senior Club Championship final after a comfortable 4-9 to 2-4 win over Mayo champions Carnacon at the Connacht Centre of Excellence.
The county senior ladies' football final between Kilkerrin-Clonberne and Corofin outfit takes place in Moyullen on Saturday (3pm).
As everyone thought going into this game there was going to be nothing between these two sides when the final whistle went, and there literally was nothing, as they could not be separated at the end of a pulsating encounter that finished level on a score of 5-17 to 6-14 in Ballyhanuis. The sides will meet again this Sunday in the same venue at 2pm, with extra time and the potential of a point scoring shoot-out to follow if it is still level, and after these sides combined for a total of 11-31 last time out the smart money might be on just that outcome.
It will be an exciting weekend for the ladies footballers of Kilkerrin/Clonberne and Moycullen, with both clubs featuring in provincial finals this Sunday with the two games being played in Ballyhaunis and Claremorris.
A supremely confident and talented Kilkerrin/Clonberne side made it five county titles in a row in the Ladies Senior football Championship last weekend against a young and improving Corofin team when they won by 1-14 to 2-9.
A storming first-half display saw Galway claim their fifth Connacht Ladies Senior Football Championship title in six years in MacHale Park, Castlebar, on Sunday.
Kilkerrin/Clonberne were crowned senior champions for a fourth successive season, seeing off pretenders Claregalway by 1-12 to 1-9 in Monivea on Saturday.
Galway Ladies face a crucial clash with Dublin in Parnell Park on Sunday with a division one league semi-final place still within reach.
Kilkerrin proved too strong for Claregalway in the senior ladies county final at Corofin on Saturday evening, winning by 3-15 to 0-9. The winners had grabbed an early stranglehold on the game, and although Claregalway kept plugging away with some fine efforts throughout the field, they trailed at the break by 0-13 to 0-6.
Darren Coen was the star attraction as Hollymount-Carramore sealed their spot in this years intermediate championship final, the South Mayo sides attacker hit a rich vein of form kicking eight points over the hour.