Shane Hand and Joe Troy look forward to the Offaly's return to the Leinster Championship.
Kilcormac-Killoughey are heaing in to their first provincial campaign in over half a decade with Leinster championship pedigree.
This year's Offaly champions were beaten finalists in 2017, and were crowned champions in 2013.
Their opponents in this weekend's quarter final are Naomh Éanna of Wexford.
Speaking to David Hollywood, Midlands 103 commentator Joe Troy says if they can overcome the Wexford champions, they'll have a live chance of going all the way:
KK Manager, Shane Hand talks to David about the mood in the camp ahead of this weekend's contest:
Throw in for Sunday's game is set for 1.30pm.
Westmeath champions Raharney will be taking on Na Fianna of Dublin, while Camross will fly the Laois flag against Naas.
Those games get underway at 2pm and 3pm, respectively.
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