County Finals round-up
Monaghan SFC Final
Scotstown 2-13 Clontibret 1-12
Scotstown pounced to score two second half goals claiming a dramatic Monaghan SFC Final victory at Castleblayney.
Orin Heaphey and Kieran Hughes struck the majors within 90 seconds as Scotstown shrugged off Clontibret's challenge.
In the opening period Pauric Boyle scored a goal for Clontibret as the teams departed level, 0-9 to 1-6, at the break.
After the restart Conor McManus, who finished with 0-11 was prominent for Clontibret, but Scotstown retained the title.
Sligo SFC Final
Tourlestrane 1-14 St Mary's 1-7
Eamonn O'Hara and Gerry McGowan steered Tourlestrane to Sligo SFC glory at Markievicz Park.
Despite conceding a ninth minute goal which was scored by St Mary's Kyle Cawley, Tourlestrane led 0-9 to 1-4 at the interval.
Tourlestrane were in charge in the second period with John Kelly adding the insurance goal.
Fermanagh SFC Final
Derrygonnelly Harps 0-11 Erne Gaels 1-7
Declan Cassidy landed the winning score for Derrygonnelly Harps, who shaded a tight encounter at Enniskillen.
A Ray Lyons goal put Erne Gaels two points clear in the closing stages, but Derrygonnelly responded.
Leigh Jones contributed two points to draw Derrygonnelly level before Cassidy's late effort.
Louth SFC Final
Sean O'Mahony's 1-11 St Mary's Ardee 1-9
Conor Crawley's goal ensured Sean O'Mahony's edged a well contested Louth decider in Drogheda.
Level at 0-6 each at half-time Sean O'Mahony's finished strongly to earn silverware. A Mark Fay goal put St Mary's ahead and the Ardee side led by four with 10 minutes remaining.
Conor Finnegan's long delivery caused panic in the St Mary's defence with the ball eventually spilling over the line as Sean O'Mahony's triumphed.
Kildare SHC Final
Celbridge 0-17 Naas 1-8
Gerry Keegan scored 10 points as Celbridge defeated Naas. Jack Sheridan registered 1-8 for Naas, but Celbridge, inspired by county star Keegan, held on.
Longford SHC Final
Wolfe Tones 2-15 Clonguish Gaels 1-5
Wolfe Tones claimed a fourth Longford SHC in a row defeating Clonguish Gaels at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.