GAA - and the Antrim Senior Foootball final takes place on Sunday.
Cargin and St Galls will face off at Corrigan Park.
The two have been the dominant sides in Antrim Club football over the past two decades.
Thirteen of the plast seventeen titles have gone to St Galls, with Cargin picking up the rest.
This will be the fifth final in twelve years between the sides, with St Galls having won the previous four.
Throw-in is at 3pm on Sunday.
Meanwhile the GAAs long-awaited Centre of Excellence at Dunsilly, near Antrim, officially opens tomorrow.
The GAAs director general Paraic Duffy, will cut the red tape on the multi-million pound facility.