Six points without reply having fallen behind for the first time just after the interval finally ended the Clanmaurice reign and secured the 2020 AIB All-Ireland junior club camogie title for Raharney at the Longorchard grounds of Moyne-Templetouhy.
Kate Kenny repeated her semi-final heroics with a nine-point contribution as St Rynaghs exacted revenge on Gailltír to become 2020 AIB All-Ireland intermediate club camogie champions at Semple Stadium.
After easing past Celbridge last weekend to claim their third Leinster Intermediate title in a row, St Rynagh's took on Ulster Champions, Eglish from Tyrone in Templeport, Co Cavan on Sunday afternoon.
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.
Patrice Diggin added another monumental performance to her catalogue of legendary feats, as Clanmaurice overcome the loss of a slew of players that forced them to line out with just 14 players throughout to defeat Athleague by 1-11 to 0-6 at Fr McNamara Park in Ennis in the AIB All-Ireland junior A club camogie semi-final.
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.
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.
A strong representation of McGraths contributed heavily to both sides but it was the Sarsfields contingent that was celebrating at Ray Kelly's final whistle, the AIB All-Ireland senior club camogie champions booking a place in the delayed 2020/2021 decider at Nowlan Park next Saturday by virtue of a 0-11 to 0-4 triumph over Drom & Inch in Edenderry.
"This will have a transformational impact on the lives of players"; the words of Gaelic Players Association CEO Tom Parsons as BEO360, the GPA's new innovative approach to supporting the holistic development of its members went live today.
A month after winning a second Liam MacCarthy Cup title in three years, there was further All-Ireland glory for Limerick on the Cooley Mountains in Co. Louth today when Colin Ryan became M Donnelly Poc Fada champion for the first time.