The switch means that while the Senior game will still be shown live on TG4, the Intermediate Final will now switch from mainstream television to being streamed live on the LGFA Facebook page.
The Gaelic Grounds in Limerick will now host Kilkerrin-Clonberne from Galway against holders Mourneabbey from Cork.
Earlier in the day, the Intermediate Final between Naomh Pól of Antrim and Naomh Ciarán of Offaly will now be played at Breffni Kingspan Stadium in Cavan with a 2.30 pm throw-in time.
The third Final in the Junior grade will take place on Sunday with CL MacHale Rovers of Mayo and Donoughmore from Cork, meeting at Duggan Park in Ballinasloe at 2 pm.
The Junior fixture will also be streamed live on the Ladies Gaelic Football Association Facebook Page.
This is the third season in a row that reigning All-Ireland champions Mourneabbey will contest the Senior Club Final.
Their opponents Kilkerrin-Clonberne are competing in their first final. Newly-crowned TG4 All-Stars Nicola and Louise Ward, who are twin sisters, will be lining out for them.
There are more sisters lining out for the Galway Champions as well with two Divilly’s and three Noone’s wearing the club colours.
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