AND THEN THERE were four.
The contenders for the 2014 AIB All-Ireland senior hurling crown have been whittled down to four.
The provincial action for 2013 concluded yesterday with Mount Leinster Rangers stunning win in the Leinster final. They’ll now go forward to face Ulster champions Loughgiel Shamrocks next February.
While the other semi-final will see Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh and Galway’s Portumna opposing each other.
Portumna are three-time All-Ireland champions having won out in 2006, 2008 and 2009 while Loughgiel Shamrocks have two titles to their name from 1983 and 2012.
Both Na Piarsaigh and Mount Leinster Rangers are bidding to land their first title. But who do you think will now win it out? Let us know.