Club Championship round-up
Eire Og proved much too strong for Bagenalstown Gaels advancing to the Carlow SFC Final following an emphatic 1-30 to 0-5 win.
Jordan Morrissey impressed, while Cormac Mullins netted a first half goal to ensure Palatine and Eire Og will contest the decider.
Ramor United and Castlerahan earned Cavan SFC Semi-Final victories.
James Brady and Simon Cadden struck goals as Ramor United defeated Crosserlough by 2-8 to 0-12.
Oisin O'Connell grabbed the decisive goal for Castlerahan, who overcame Cavan Gaels by 1-11 to 0-9.
Nemo Rangers eked out a hugely satisfying Cork SFC quarter-final success to dethrone St Finbarr's.
Jack Horgan's goal and five Luke Connolly points were crucial as Nemo prevailed at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Stephen Sherlock did contribute four points for the injury hit Barrs, but Nemo advanced.
At the penultimate stage Nemo will face Douglas, while Duhallow clash with Newcestown.
Duhallow earned a comprehensive 2-15 to 0-12 triumph over Clonakilty with Anthony O'Connor and Aidan Walsh supplying the goals.
Sixmilebridge and Cratloe will clash in what promises to be an interesting Clare decider.
On Saturday the Bridge, with Jamie Shanahan outstanding, overcame Inagh-Kilnamona by 0-18 to 0-15.
Inagh-Kilnamona caused the favourites problems, but Sixmilebridge still managed to secure victory at Cusack Park on Saturday.
Rian Considine was Cratloe's star as they beat Crusheen by 3-24 to 2-12.
Considine scored 2-3 for Cratloe, while Billy Connors, Cathal McInerney, and Conor McGrath also contributed handsomely.
Holders Gaoth Dobhair survived an awkward assignment to beat Aodh Ruadh2-20 to 2-17 after extra time.
Next on the agenda for Gaoth Dobhair is another demanding encounter against Kilcar, who proved too crafty for Killybegs.
Odhran MacNiallais netted two penalties for Gaoth Dobhair, who had to use all of their guile to shrug off Aodh Ruadh's spirited challenge.
Andrew McClean and Paddy McBrearty struck goals for Kilcar against Killybegs.
Charles McGuinness mined the only goal of a tight game as Noamh Conailldefeated Glenfin, while Eoin McGeehin's hat-trick guided St Eunan's into the last four following an emphatic triumph over Milford.
Four lively Dublin SFC Quarter-Finals await following the last weekend of group games.
Kilmacud Crokes play Clontarf, Ballyboden St Enda's collide with Na Fianna, St Jude's clash with St Vincent's, while Castleknock and Thomas Davis are also set to tussle.
Despite a brilliant display from Brian Fenton, who clipped six points from play for Raheny against St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh, Jude's and Thomas Davis advanced from Group 3.
Kilmacud and Na Fianna earned Friday night wins to claim the two qualification spots from Group 1.
Clontarf and Ballyboden St Enda's, inspired by Ryan Basquel, came out of Group 2, while Vincent's and Castleknock did what was required in Group 4.
Tommy McDaniel's last gasp free ensured Castleknock a 0-15 to 1-11 victory over St Brigid's.
It was a busy weekend of hurling in the west with Tommy Larkins, Cappataggle, Liam Mellows, and Craughwell earning preliminary quarter-final victories.
Some lively matches are expected in the last eight with Larkins set to face holders St Thomas'.
Louis Mulqueen's Liam Mellows overcame AIB All Ireland Intermediate Champions Oranmore-Maree at Pearse Stadium on Saturday.
Tadhg Haran registered 0-13 as Mellows triumphed 1-21 to 1-14.
Mellows will play Sarsfields, while Loughrea's encounter against Cappataggle should be equally hard fought.
Craughwell's reward for a 1-17 to 0-16 victory over Tynagh/Abbey/Duniry is a match against an in form Turloughmore.
Paul Geaney pinched 1-2 as Dingle overcame Kerins O'Rahilly's by 2-9 to 1-11.
James O'Donoghue was instrumental for Killarney Legion, who defeated West Kerry by 2-15 to 2-9.
O'Donoghue scored five points, including three from play for Legion.
Kenmare Shamrocks' Sean O'Shea rifled 1-6 during the narrow 1-13 to 2-9 success over Rathmore.
Shannon Rangers prevailed by the narrowest of margins, 0-14 to 1-10, against Kenmare District.
Noel Duggan and Kieran Murphy netted goals as Kilcummin defeated Mid Kerry 2-12 to 0-13.
There was no shortage of drama as East Kerry outfoxed Austin Stacks by 3-13 to 3-7 as Paudie Clifford registered 2-1 for the victors.
Bryan Sheehan and Denis Daly were influential as South Kerry beat St Brendan's 1-12 to 1-9.
Mullinavat advanced to the Kilkenny SHC Quarter-Finals following a 1-18 to 1-13 win over Graigue Ballycallan.
Michael Malone struck a first half goal for the winners, who now face O'Loughlin Gaels in the next round.
Dicksboro play Erins Own, Clara clash against Ballyhale Shamrocks, while James Stephens face the Rower Inistioge in the other last eight matches.
A Wednesday evening replay between Ballyfin and Killeshin will be needed to determine Portlaoise's opponents in the Laois Senior Football Championship Final.
Ballyfin and Killeshin finished level, 1-11 to 2-8, while Portloaise shaded a keenly contested affair against Portarlington, 1-13 to 1-11.
Jake Foster scored a first half goal as Portarlington were 1-6 to 0-4 ahead at the break, but Portlaoise responded.
Brian McCormack converted a penalty, while Gareth Dillon also supplied a vital late score following a flurry of red cards late on.
Glencar/Manorhamilton and Ballinamore Sean O'Heslins claimed important Semi-Final victories.
A solid second half display was key for Glencar/Manorhamilton, who overcame Melvin Gaels by 0-17 to 1-11.
The main damage was done during the third quarter when Glencar/Manorhamilton reeled off six points without reply with the Sweeneys and Niall Brady prominent.
Luke Murphy's second half goal ensured Ballinamore Sean O'Heslins prevailed on a 1-14 to 0-13 scoreline against Mohill.
Oola will face Newcastle West in the Limerick Senior Football Championship Final.
Goals from John Bourke and Ian Bourke ensured Oola beat St Kieran's at the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
Summerhill cruised to an emphatic 3-19 to 1-11 Meath SFC Quarter-Final win over Na Fianna.
David Larkin, Kevin Ryan, and Conor Frayne scored Summerhill's goals.
Simonstown Gaels are next up for Summerhill following a 3-11 to 0-11 victory over Dunshaughlin.
Substitute Andy Kearney bagged a brace of goals for Simonstown Gaels.
Gaeil Colmcille and Ratoath will clash in the other semi-final.
Gavin McGowan and Eamonn Wallace impressed for Rathoath against Skyrne, while Gaeil Colmcille beat Donaghmore/Ashbourne.
Ballybay cruised to a commanding 2-16 to 0-12 Monaghan Senior Football Championship win over Carrickmacross.
The impressive Aaron Mulligan scored a goal as Latton overcame Truagh Gaels by 1-13 to 0-12.
Rhode and Ferbane will meet in the Offaly SFC Final.
Niall McNamee and Anton Sullivan scored early goals as Rhode proved too strong for Clara, 2-9 to 0-9.
Ferbane enjoyed a fine 1-15 to 1-9 victory over Edenderry.
Cian Johnson and Oisin Kelly excelled for Ferbane, who face Rhode in the decider again.
Roscommon Gaels and Padraig Pearses earned Roscommon SFC Semi-Final victories at Dr Hyde Park.
Despite finishing the game with 12 players, Pearses held on to defeat Boyle by 3-10 to 1-14.
Ronan Daly, Tom Butler, and Hubert Darcy struck goals for Pearses, who now face Roscommon Gaels in the decider.
Roscommon Gaels enjoyed a 1-13 to 0-10 triumph over Strokestown with Richard Hughes grabbing the important goal.
Shamrock Gaels defeated Calry St Joseph's by 1-13 to 0-11 in a Sligo SFC Quarter-Final replay.
James Carroll's late goal sealed victory for Shamrock Gaels.
It proved to be another cruel Mid Tipperary Final defeat for Upperchurch-Drombane, who lost 2-19 to 1-21 after extra-time against Drom-Inch.
Michael Lee's first half goal helped Upperchurch accumulate a 1-7 to 0-4 interval advantage.
Johnny Ryan and Seamus Callanan replied with Drom-Inch goals, but a Padraig Greene free for Upperchurch forced extra-time.
Greene had a penalty saved in extra-time by Drom-Inch goalkeeper Eoin Collins.
Clonoulty-Rossmore retained the West Tipperary title with a 3-13 to 1-15 win over Eire Og Annacarty.
At McDonagh Park, Nenagh, Kildangan chalked up a 2-13 to 1-8 victory over Borris-Ileigh in the North Tipperary Final.
De La Salle and Ballygunner advanced to the Waterford SHC Final.
At Walsh Park De La Salle, with Thomas Douglas supplying 1-3, beat Mount Sion by 1-20 to 1-16.
Eoin McGrath and Austin Gleeson combined to hit 10 points between them for Mount Sion, but De La Salle remained defiant.
Ballygunner, eager to secure a sixth title in a row, overcame Dungarvan on a 2-22 to 1-13 scoreline with Dessie Hutchinson, Peter Hogan, and Michael Mahony all impressing.
Clonkill and Castletown-Geoghegan earned Westmeath Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final victories.
Peadar Scally's goal was the decisive moment as Clonkill overcame Raharney on a 1-15 to 0-15 scoreline.
Kieran O'Brien and Niall O'Brien netted goals during Castletown-Geoghegan's 2-22 to 1-10 win over Lough Lene Gaels.
Kevin Foley scored a remarkable last gasp goal as Rapparees defeated Rathnure 2-14 to 1-16 in an entertaining Wexford SHC Quarter-Final.
Rathnure led by four points in the closing stages, but late majors from Nick Doyle and Foley were crucial.
Castletown and Gusserane will contest the Wexford SFC Final.
Gusserane defeated Glynn-Barntown 2-12 to 1-12, while Castletown edged out St Martin's, 1-10 to 0-11.
Dean Healy and Tommy Kelly were among the goalscorers as St Patrick's defeated Avondale 3-11 to 0-12 in the Wicklow SFC Semi-Final.
The other encounter, though, provided plenty of talking points as Blessington and Arklow-Geraldines-Ballymoney must replay.
Level after extra-time, 2-14 to 0-20, the teams were still deadlocked after five penalties (4-4) each when it was decided that a replay would take place.