It's Naomh Ciaran's 6th in succession in Offaly and St. Mary's Rochfortbridge's 2nd.
Naomh Ciarán made history in Offaly over the weekend.
They won their sixth county title in a row, the most consecutive wins for any ladies or mens team in the county.
They overcame Tullamore on a scoreline of 4-13 to 2-5.
Their captain Amy Gavin Mangan says they were determined to keep the standard up after winning last year's Intermediate All-Ireland:
The county champions were also crowned in Westmeath on Saturday.
St. Mary's Rochfortbridge retained their title with a narrow 1-9 to 11 points win over Milltown.
Playing with the aid of the breeze in the first half, Mary's didn't make full use of it and led by just two points at the break.
However the clicked into gear in the second half against a battling Milltown side, who played a superb half of football but ultimately came up just short against the defending champions.