Replying To gorby580: "Two horse race between Eire Og Oxford and Colmcilles. All the Luton and Watford teams are miles behind those two. Oxford probably to win the final by 6/7."
A bit overly generous to St Colmcilles there. Hertfordshire is Eire Og's to lose at this stage as the St Alban's outfit seem to be in freefall and haven't been performing well all season. Unless St Colmcille's come up with a contingency plan and create more positive energy then they'll be bridesmaids again.
Luton's northside will be busy this coming Sunday as Sundon Park hosts three major championship games.
At noon, the "B Championship final kicks off proceedings as an all Luton contest sees St Dympnas competing with their south Luton rivals St Vincents.
Then at 2pm, Éire Óg from Oxford, and holders of the senior championship, put their title on the line when they come up against Glen Rovers in the first semi final.
The second semi-final has the youthful St Josephs from Waltham Cross taking on the experienced St Colmcilles at 4pm.
The winners of the two semi-finals will again be in action on the following Sunday in the final to see who will capture the much coveted trophy played for in memory of Jim Foley a great Glen Rovers man who came to Britain way back in 1931.