Maynooth SLS, Naas CBS and St Mel's College have joined Coláiste Choilm, Tullamore, Wexford Schools, Good Counsel College and Scoil Mhuire, Clane in the Leinster Schools SF 'A' Championship (Br Bosco Cup) quarter-finals.
Just twenty-four hours earlier, Stacey Kehoe was walking up the aisle. Now, she was thundering into challenges, having swapped a white dress for red and black jersey and shorts, high heels for football boots, and a bouquet of flowers for a hurley.
It was just like old times as Oulart-The Ballagh blitzed champions Sarsfields in the opening quarter to wrestle the AIB All-Ireland senior club camogie title from the westerners' grasp in stunning fashion at UPMC Nowlan Park.
GAA President Larry McCarthy and Director general Tom Ryan, have thanked the Government and Ministers Catherine Martin and Jack Chambers in particular, after receiving confirmation of additional State support to offset the challenges associated with the ongoing pandemic.
First-half goals from Wexford legends Úna Leacy and Ursual Jacob and eight points from play by the Kehoe twins, Shelley and Stacey, ended Slaughtneil's bid for a fifth consecutive AIB All-Ireland senior club camogie final appearance, as 2015 champions Oulart-The Ballagh held the former three-in-a-row victors at arm's length in the second half to prevail at Donaghmore Ashbourne by 2-15 to 1-11.