Pairc Esler passes pitch inspection ahead of club hurling and camogie deciders

Slaughtneil's Cormac McKenna battles with Dunloy's Conal Cunning in the Ulster Club semi-final two years ago
Dunloy will be aiming to avenge their provincial semi-final defeat by Slaughtneil two years ago

Sunday's Ulster club hurling and camogie deciders both go ahead after Pairc Esler passed a pitch inspection.

Slaughtneil face Loughgiel in the Camogie final before Dunloy take on Slaughtneil in the hurling decider.

The games were moved to Newry after the Athletic Grounds in Armagh was deemed to be unplayable after the Ulster football double-header.

Clontibret beat Crossmaglen in the Ulster Club SFC game after the junior clash between Blackhill and Killinkere.

Dunloy will be aiming to avenge their provincial semi-final defeat from two years ago when they face Slaughtneil in the hurling decider (15:00 GMT).

The Derry club will also be involved in the earlier camogie final (13:00).

Slaughtneil camogs have won the last three Ulster and All-Ireland titles.

Highlights from both games will be available on Sunday evening on the BBC Sport NI website.