The GAA has confirmed that this year’s All Ireland senior club finals will be played at Croke Park on Saturday, 12 February.
Kilkenny’s Shamrocks Ballyhale will face Waterford and Munster champions Ballygunner at 3pm that afternoon.
The senior club football final follows, also in Croke Park, from 5pm.
Shamrocks booked their place in the Valentine’s weekend decider thanks to a last-gasp free from talisman TJ Reid, the ball finding its way through six bodies son the line as Galway’s St. Thomas’ lead by two points with seconds remaining on the clock.
Final score from FBD Semple Stadium was Shamrocks Ballyhale 2-15, St. Thomas 0-20.
Ballygunner progressed to their first-ever senior club All-Ireland final with a 2-19 to 1-17 win over Derry’s Slaughtneil.
Mooncoin are also in action in the All-Ireland junior club hurling final, that fixture now set for 3pm in Croke Park on Saturday 5 February.
The south Kilkenny side were no match for Galway’s Salthill-Knocknacarra as they picked up a 2-26 to 0-11 win on Sunday.
Ballygiblin made light work of Manchester’s Fullen Gaels to book their trip to GAA HQ.