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Please note: There will be a slight delay on posting results onto the Blog tomorrow night as I will be out in the Cross covering the St. Michael’s Cup Final and will not get home until ‘round 10pm.

Here’s a re-cap on some of Tuesday's key fixtures.
St. Michael’s Cup Final: Of course this is the big game on at the Cross and there is no doubt that Fairview are the in-form team ahead of this game but, we all know about finals and how you can become a cropper if the attitude is not right in a one-off situation that a final is.
However, I would still fancy Fairview to lift the trophy come the end of the action.
Premier: Although all games are big to everyone involved, the Wilton game at home to Leeside certainly catches the eye. For both teams, it’s a must win game if they are to pursue the title in earnest.
Kinsale are at home to Ballyvolane and will be fancied to take the points while Blarney Street have a tricky trip to Macroom.
Premier A: Killumney travel to Castleview and will be made work extremely hard to get anything at O’Sullivan Park. Just in case, some people are not aware, Greenwood A are promoted already here and are awaiting the outcome of Killumney’s results now, from here on with a very keen eye.
AUL 3: It’s all happening here tomorrow night also. Boscos are at home to neighbours Leeside B in what will be another crunch game for both sides in the race fo the title and at Shanbally, leaders Cork Road Celtic could be the ones who can take another step closer to clinching the title but, must first overcome Hibs in their own back yard.
AUL 3A: All eyes will be on Ballinhassig’s game at home to Lakewood and a win here for the leaders could potentially give them the title depending on how Ballincollig do with their games in hand.

So, lots to look forward to on Tuesday night.