All roads lead to Croke Park next Sunday for the senior hurling county final between Kilmacud Crokes and Ballyboden St. Endas. Both teams were very impressive in the semi-finals and will be very confident going into Sunday’s game. It should be a classic and we wish both teams well. The winners will represent Dublin in the Leinster club championship and will have a hard act to follow Cuala’s exploits over the last two years. The first game is at home to the Westmeath champions on November 4th and the winners will have a home game v the winners of Coolderry v Mt. St. Leinster on November 18th. So all in all it is a very good draw for the Dublin champions.There are lots of semi-finals and finals this week. On Wednesday Naomh Mearnog will play St. Maurs in the Junior A final. On Saturday St. Marks play Scoil Uí Chonaill in the Intermediate semi-final. Visit hill16.ie to see the fixture list. On the camogie front Na Fianna and St. Judes will contest the senior final at St. Peregrines on Sunday. Na Fianna had a one point win over champions St. Vincents and Judes were impressive winners over Lucan Sarsfields. Again it is unfortunate that the hurling and camogie finals are on at the same time on Sunday.