The senior hurling league final will see James Stephens lock horns with Ballyhale Shamrocks.
The sides will meet for the fifth year in a row after title holders James Stephens beat Carrickshock by 1-17 to 0-13 and the Shamrocks saw off Clara (4-12 to 1-16) on Saturday.
The senior Shield final will see O’Loughlin Gaels take on St Martin’s (Muckalee). Former inter-county star Martin Comerford (2-2) led the Gaels to a 3-16 to 0-10 derby win over city rivals Dicksboro - a result which leaves the ’Boro with a relegation fight on their hands. St Martin’s did the same to their opponents, holding their nerve in a narrow (1-19 to 1-17) win over Graigue-Ballycallan.
Meanwhile Erin’s Own (Castlecomer) secured their senior hurling status with the narrowest (1-11 to 1-10) of wins over Tullaroan. The Fenians (Johnstown) also ended any fears of the drop when they beat Dunnamaggin on the final day of league action, their 1-14 to 0-12 win proving enough to ensure a mid-table finish in Group B.
See this week’s Kilkenny People for all the match action and championship draws