Ballymun Kickhams and St Brigids meet in the All Ireland Senior Football Club Final at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon at 3.45.
The Dublin champions are relatively new to this stage of the competition, whereas the Roscommon side have previous experience.
The Dublin club are unlikely to fail through lack of support, and with the match played in their home county there are sure to be huge numbers making the short journey from Ballymun. St Brigids always have strong support and the same is likely this weekend.
Ballymun beat St Vincents by a single point in the Dublin quarter final, then had an easy win over St Judes in the semi-final.
Kilmacud Crokes were seen off in the Dublin County Final, while Mullingar Shamrocks, Sarsfields and Portlaoise were no match for the Dublin side in the Leinster Championship.
Kerry side Dr Crokes were expected to prove a bridge too far in the All Ireland semi-final, but again, Ballymun overcame that particular hurdle and qualified for Sunday’s decider.
St Brigids made it three in a row in Roscommon, when they defeated Padraig Pearses in the county final in October. Melvin Gaels, Salthill-Knocknacarra and Ballaghaderreen all fell to the Roscommon champions in Leinster, before they claimed the scalp of the mighty Crossmaglen Rangers in the All Ireland semi-final.
Players To Watch
Dean Rock, son of former Dublin legend Barney, is the star man on the Ballymun side. He has scored 0-64 for his club in their run to the final and looks certain to add to that tally on Sunday.
Frankie Dolan, a veteran of the game at this stage, has been a star for St Brigids for years and may well have one last big game left in him.
Not much between the two sides as the betting reflects. St Brigids have the experience and the benefit of a huge win over Crossmaglen. At 6/5 they may just spoil the party for Ballymun.