Ulster GAA have confirmed the times and veunes for the up coming club championship. Donegal champions St Eunans and first time Derry winners Glen will meet in the preliminary round of the senior competition on Sunday the 21st of November with the winners set to meet Scotstown in the quarter final. Should St Eunans progress, the Monaghan champions will have home advantage but must travel to Celtic Park if Glen continue their fairytale championship journey with that fixture down for Sunday December 5th. With the Cavan senior county final set for a replay this Sunday (14th Nov), Kilcoo of Down will have to wait to see if they will face either Gowna or Ramor United in the quarter final, with that game fixed for Kingspan Breffni on Saturday the 4th of December. In the intermediate championship Butlersbridge will go up against An Riocht of Down on Saturday the 4th of December again in Kingspan Breffni while the winners of this weekends final in Monaghan between Aughnamullen and Donaghmoyne will take on the preliminary round winners for either Donegal or Derry. The Junior championship will see Sean Mc Dermotts up against Cookstown in the preliminary round on November 20th in St Tiernachs Park Clones with the winner facing the Armagh champions Belleeks. Denn of Cavan will face the Antrim champions Naomh Comghall in Kingspan Breffni on the 27th of November
On the hurling front, it is a local derby for Castleblayney as they will face Middletown of Armagh in the intermediate championship on the 27th of November in the Athletic grounds, while Cootehill will contest the Junior championship when they take on Na Magha of Derry on the same date in Kingspan Breffni. Carrickmacross will be the Monaghan representatives in the Junior championship and they will face the Down champions in the quarter final on Sunday the 28th of November in St Tiernachs Park clones.