Loughgiel aim to do the double over Slaughtneil

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Shamrock's Camogs and Hurlers both take on Slaughtniel in a 'Super Sunday' of finals

The Ulster Senior Club finals in both Camogie and Hurling will be decided, on whats been billed 'Super Sunday.'  In both finals the Shamrocks will take on Derry side Slaughtneil.

The camogs will get things rolling when they start their final at 12:30pm.  The Shamrocks will look to defend their Ulster crown.  Then its the turn of the Hurlers to do their bit when they take to the field two hours later at 2:30pm.

The Hurling will show a repeat of the 2014 final, which Loughgiel won 3-14 to 1-14.  that win was the third in a 'three-in-a-row' for the Antrim side.  Slaughtneil will hope to cause an upset and become the first Derry winners of the competition.


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