AIB Musnter GAA Football Senior Club Championship final

Páirc na nGael: Nemo Rangers (Cork) v Dr. Crokes (Kerry)
Another match that has been two months in the making, the Munster giants of Nemo Rangers and Dr. Crokes will renew an age-old Cork-Kerry rivalry when they meet at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Nemo, the kingpins of Munster Club football with 14 provincial titles (five in the 2000s alone), are hoping to regain a crown they last won in 2007, while Dr. Crokes were victorious the previous year.
With three titles (1990, '91, 2006) Crokes do not have the same pedigree in the competition as the Cork champions, but they will take great heart from their success in 2006, when they beat Nemo in the semi final.
That day will no doubt still rankle with Nemo, who are now under the management of Eddie Kirwan, who took over the management reins from Ephie Fitzgerald last year.
Kirwan's record in 2010 was impressive, as Nemo have won 29 of the 30 games they have played in, including a Cork Senior Championship final defeat of St Finbarr's. Their passage to the final was relatively straightforward, with Waterford's Stradbally easily accounted for in the semi final.
Crokes, inspired by the brilliant Colm Cooper, claimed the Kerry title with a 1-15 to 0-11 defeat of Austin Stacks last October and have since beaten Monaleen (Limerick) and Aherlow (Tipperary) to make the final, although they got a big fright in Cashel against the Tipperary champions, needing extra time to progress.
Kirwan, the Nemo boss, has reported no major injury concerns, with Barry O'Driscoll back in the frame after recovering from a fractured cheekbone he suffered in the win over Stradbally. Dylan Mehigan and former Cork star James Masters have also been given the green light to play.
Tactically, the game promises to be fascinating. Crokes manager Harry O'Neill is wont to playing Cooper at either centre forward or in the corner and Nemo will painfully aware of the damage the Kerry star can do.
Nemo's great strength is the experience on their bench. Kirwan has used Martin Cronin, Alan Morgan and Masters sparingly but to great effect this year, and their presence when things get tough could swing the game in the Cork outfit's favour.