Crokes and Cross' march on
GAA round-up:Kerry’s Dr Crokes will meet Cork’s Castlehaven in the Munster club SFC final in a fortnight’s time after a comfortable win over Tipperary’s Clonmel Commercials in Killarney.
In awful conditions, Clonmel managed just six points, while Eoin Brosnan hit the net in the second half for Crokes to help them on their way to another Munster final.
Castlehavenbeat Waterford’s Stradballyby a solitary point in Clonakilty, having trailed 0-6 to 0-1 at the break.
They closed the gap after the restart and the crucial score was Seánie Cahalane's goal with 10 minutes remaining.
All-Ireland club champions Crossmaglenhad a strong second-half performance to thank for a six-point win over Tyrone's Errigal Ciaranin Ulster semi-final at Clones.
Despite a goal from Jamie Clarke in the first half, the Armagh side trailed by one at the break, but Oisin McConville's three quickfire points after the restart laid the foundation for Cross before David McKenna added a second goal.
Down’s Kilcooawait them in the final after a two-point win over Antrim’s St Gall’sat the Athletic Grounds.
St Thomashave won their first Galway senior hurling club title with a 3-11 to 2-11 win over Loughreaat Pearse Stadium.
Richie Murray proved the difference between the side’s as his hat-trick helped ensured a three-point win over the 2006 champions.
Offaly champions Kilcormac-Killougheyreached a landmark of their own when booking a place in the Leinster hurling final for the first time, thanks to a 2-12 to 0-14 win over Laois side Rathdowney Erillin Tullamore.
Ulster club semi-finals
Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 2-10 Errigal Ciaran (Tyrone) 0-10
St Gall's (Antrim) 0-09 Kilcoo (Down) 1-07
Munster club semi-finals
Dr Crokes (Kerry) 1-14 Clonmel Commercials (Tipperary) 0-06
Castlehaven (Cork) 1-05 Stradbally (Waterford) 0-07
Galway SHC final
St Thomas 3-11 Loughrea 2-11
Leinster SHC semi-final
Kilcormac-Killoughey (Offaly) 2-12 Rathdowney Erill (Laois) 0-14