Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship Gaelic Football action
Armagh Senior Football Championship Final
Maghery 4-9 Crossmaglen Rangers 0-17
For a match report on Maghery's impressive victory over Crossmaglen Rangers click here.
Down Senior Football Championship
Carryduff 2-13 Ballyholland 1-15 AET
Kilcoo 1-18 Warrenpoint 2-6
Kilcoo blasted out another reminder of their considerable class.
Jerome Johnston struck 1-3, while Dylan Ward, Niall Kane, and Eugene Branagan were other effective contributors against Warrenpoint.
Carryduff eventually edged past Ballyhold with Owen McCabe and Joe Tunney supplying goals.
Donegal Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Kilcar 0-14 Gaoth Dobhair 1-6
Naomh Conaill 1-10 St Eunan's 0-12 AET
Leo McLoone's goal ensured Naomh Conaill eventually edged out St Eunan's.
A tight and tense encounter was decided by McLoone's major.
Paddy McBrearty kicked six points for Kilcar, who proved too strong for Gaoth Dobhair.
Galway Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals
Corofin 1-18 Salthill-Knocknacarra 0-9
Tuam Stars 0-17 Barna 0-16 AET
Mountbellew-Moylough 2-13 Killannin 1-5
Maigh Cuilinn 1-17 St James' 2-9
For a match report on Corofin's emphatic win over Salthill-Knocknacarra click here.
Tuam Stars defeated Barna after extra-time, while Mountbellew-Moylough were in control against Killannin.
Sean Kelly, Paul Kelly, and Dessie Conneely starred for Maigh Cuilinn, who overturned a six point deficit to beat St James' on Sunday evening.
Leitrim Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Mohill 1-16 Fenagh-St Caillins 2-7
St Mary's 2-14 Glencar-Manorhamilton 0-12
Mohill and St Mary's will contest the 2020 Leitrim SFC decider.
Paul Keaney and David O'Connell pounced for St Mary's goals in the win over Glencar-Manorhamilton.
Dublin Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Ballyboden St Enda's 2-11 St Jude's 1-11
Ballymun Kickhams 1-18 Kilmacud Crokes 2-12
For a match report from Ballyboden's success over St Jude's click here.
Ballymun Kickhams, who had Davey Byrne and Leon Young sent off late on, enjoyed a good outing against Kilmacud Crokes.
Dean Rock and Paddy Small provided the attack class, delivering 0-11 between them.
Dara Mullin was industrious for Kilmacud at the opposite end of the field, but Brendan Hackett's charges prevailed.
Wexford Senior Football Championship
Shelmaliers 2-11 Glynn-Barntown 2-11
Castletown 2-14 Sarsfields 0-8
Horeswood 2-11 Gusserane O'Rahillys 0-11
Shemaliers, Castletown, and Horeswood all registered wins in the Wexford SFC.
Carlow Senior Football Championship
Palatine 1-12 Old Leighlin 0-7
Rathvilly 3-12 Tinryland 0-8
Eire Og 2-7 Mount Leinster Rangers 0-4
Bagenalstown Gaels 2-12 O'Hanrahans 1-11
Holders Eire Og added another important win over Mount Leinster Rangers to the collection in Carlow.
Palatine, Rathvilly, and Bagenalstown Gaels also claimed the spoils in their respective encounters.
Westmeath Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Tyrrellspass 0-16 Athlone 0-13
St Loman's 0-13 The Downs 0-11
Tyrrellspass and St Loman's will contest the Westmeath SFC decider.
Two tight semi-finals unfolded, but the John O'Mahony managed The Downs just couldn't stop Loman's.
Tyrrellspass had sufficient craft up front to overcome Athlone.
Kildare Senior Football Championship
Sarsfields 3-10 St Laurences 1-13
Johnstownbridge 4-15 Eadestown 3-8
Raheens 2-9 Moorefield 0-14
Carbury 2-13 Maynooth 2-11
Celbridge 2-10 Naas 0-15
Round Towers 3-13 Confey 1-6
Athy 1-14 Monasterevan 0-10
Clane 0-13 Castledermot 0-12
The Kildare SFC Quarter-Final pairings were confirmed yesterday.
Sarsfields face Raheens, who defeated Moorefield at the weekend.
Johnstownbridge clash with Moorefield, Athy will do battle with Round Towers, while Celbridge and Clane are also set to meet in the last eight.
Kerry Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Mid Kerry 3-20 Dr Crokes 3-19 AET
East Kerry 1-11 St Brendan's 0-8
Mid Kerry won an epic semi-final with a depleted Dr Crokes at Austin Stack Park.
Gavin O'Grady finished with 1-8, including 1-5 from play for Mid Kerry.
Micheal Burns scored 1-5 too for Crokes, but it wasn't enough to deny a smashing Mid Kerry outfit.
East Kerry await in the decider as they beat St Brendan's even without the suspended David Clifford.
Tipperary Senior Football Championship Semi-Final
Loughmore-Castleiney 0-18 Moyle Rovers 1-11
Conor McGrath's four points from play helped steer Loughmore-Castleiney into the Tipperary SFC Final.
It will be a busy spell for Loughmore-Castleiney, who face Kiladangan in the hurling showpiece next weekend also.
Clare Senior Football Championship Semi-Finals
Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1-18 Lissycasey 3-11
Cratloe 2-16 St Breckans 1-15
The brilliant Podge Collins and Cathal McInerney guided Cratloe back into the Clare SFC final.
Collins struck 1-4 from play, while McInerney finished with a 1-8 tally for Cratloe.
Kilmurry-Ibrickane survived a tricky test against Lissycasey with Kealan Sexton registering 1-5 for the victors.