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First Division GW12: Cobh Ramblers 1-2 Bray Wanderers
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Preview: AIB Junior and Intermediate Championships
Saturday December 3
AIB All Ireland JFC Quarter-Final
Dunedin Connollys Britain v Rosenallis Laois, Granton Road, Edinburgh, 1pm
Dunedin Connollys excellent work in Edinburgh is rewarded with an All Ireland Quarter-Final clash.
Rosenallis have embarked on a thrilling adventure of their own recently in Leinster Gaelic Football and hurling competitions.
Dunedin's panel is sprinkled with good footballers including Sean Malee, who has experience playing for Mayo in the Allianz Football League.
Cormac O'Gara, who steered Connollys to the All Britain Championship in 2009, is in charge again.
Rosenallis defeated Offaly's Bracknagh in the Leinster Final last month with James Jackson's goal crucial, while Colm Poole was also accurate in attack.
AIB Leinster IHC Final
Celbridge Kildare v Carrickshock Kilkenny, Newbridge, 2pm
Carrickshock feature Kilkenny stars of the past, present, and future so an interesting match beckons.
John Tennyson, Michael Rice, and Richie Power were two influential hurlers for Kilkenny, while John Power is still involved with the black and amber.
Celbridge have won five Kildare senior titles since 2009 with talented performers such as Gerry Keegan to the fore.
AIB Leinster JHC Final
Mooncoin Kilkenny v Ratoath Meath, Nowlan Park, 2pm
On seven occasions since 2005 a Kilkenny club has won the All Ireland at this level.
Galmoy, Danesfort, Conahy Shamrocks, Ballyraggett, Thomastown, Bennettsbridge, and Glenmore have all triumphed.
Michael Grace, Cormac Fleming, and John Fitzgerald have impressed for Mooncoin recently.
Gavin McGowan will be the chief threat for Ratoath - a club that has made significant progress during the past two decades.
Sunday December 4
AIB Munster JHC Final
Mayfield Cork v Ballyduff Lower Waterford, Mallow, 1.30pm
Ballyduff Lower were impressive winners over Tipperary's Ballybacon-Grange in the Munster Semi-Fnal.
Brian Power was sharp from frees, while Jack Kennedy also contributed four points in that success.
Mayfield produced a fine display at the penultimate stage down south too registering 1-27 against Bodyke.
Nicky Kelly struck eight points for Mayfield with Shane Duggan posting a 1-5 total in that win.
AIB Munster JFC Final
Gabriel Rangers Cork v Glenbeigh-Glencar Kerry, Mallow, 3.15pm
Gabriel Rangers will be eager to land a Munster title in Mallow, but they face a highly rated Glenbeigh-Glencar outfit.