Round-up: Saturday's Club Championship Gaelic Football action
Mayo Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Breaffy 0-15 Westport 0-13
Sligo Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Drumcliffe/Rosses Point 1-7 Coolera/Strandhil 0-09
Donegal Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals
Naomh Conaill 2-16 Glenfin 0-05
Kilcar 3-14 St Michaels 3-12
Tyrone Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Trillick 2-13 Na Fianna Coalisland 1-12
Dungannon 0-19 Errigal Ciaran 2-12
Down Senior Football Championship
Ballyholland 1-14 Loughinisland 0-16
Antrim Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Cargin 3-9 Lamh Dhearg 1-13
Creggan 2-10 Portglenone 1-8
Derry Senior Football Championship
Ballinascreen 1-12 Bellaghy 0-9
Ballinderry 2-18 Newbridge 1-15
Glen 3-20 Kilrea 1-10
Eoghan Ruadh 3-10 Claudy 1-14
Wicklow Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Tinahely 2-13 Avondale 2-13 AET
Tinahely win 4-3 on penalties
Laois Senior Football Championship
St Josephs 1-12 Stradbally 0-14
Portarlington 1-11 Portlaoise 0-10
Ballylinan 0-12 Rosenallis 0-08
Kildare Senior Football Championship
Casteldermot 2-19 Monasterevin 0-12
Johnstownbridge 5-17 St Laurence's 1-13
Moorefield 1-14 Maynooth 1-9
Carlow Senior Football Championship
Old Leighlin 0-6 Tinryland 0-5
Waterford Senior Football Championship
The Nire 2-15 Kilmacthomas 0-5
Rathgormack 3-21 St Saviours 0-7
Ballinacourty 3-17 Ardmore 1-7
Brickey Rangers 3-11 Stradbally 0-13
Ciaran Barker landed a late winning score as Dungannon defeated Errigal Ciaran in the Tyrone SFC at Healy Park.
Odhran Robinson and Ciaran McGinley struck goals for Errigal, but a determined Dungannon outfit refused to be denied.
With Paul Donaghy sharp from frees Dungannon eventually prevailed to set up a final meeting with Trillick.
Liam Gray and Simon Garrity netted goals for Trillick, who defeated Coalisland.
Donegal SFC holders Naomh Conaill were inspired by the sharp Charles McGuinness against Glenfin, while Kilcar beat St Michael's following a goal laden thriller.
Daragh O'Donnell, Stephen McBrearty, and Matthew McClean goaled for Kilcar.
Breaffy advanced to the Mayo SFC decider following a narrow victory over Westport at Elverys MacHale Park.
When the teams clashed in the group stages Wexford prevailed, but Breaffy were primed for this encounter.
Colm Flynn landed seven points, including three from play, as Breaffy enjoyed a hugely encouraging success.