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Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship Gaelic Football action


Kerry Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

St Brendan's 2-17 Killarney Legion 1-9

East Kerry 2-13 St Kierans 1-14

Dr Crokes 1-16 Templenoe 0-11

Mid Kerry 1-13 Kenmare Shamrocks 1-12

David Clifford bagged a critical goal and was later sent off as East Kerry defeated St Kierans.

Jack Barry and Diarmuid O'Connor netted majors for St Brendan's, who overcame Killarney Legion.

Tony Brosnan remains in splendid form as the Dr Crokes' attacker blasted eight points in the convincing win over Templenoe.

Mid Kerry staged a gritty fightback to defeat Kenmare Shamrocks, who had led by five points at one stage.

Limerick Senior Football Championship

Oola 2-8 Ballylanders 0-8

Monaleen 0-12 Galbally 0-6

Newcastle West 2-7 Ballysteen 0-5

Fr Caseys 0-17 Adare 0-12

Newcastle West, Monaleen, Oola, and Fr Caseys earned Limerick SFC wins.

Despite losing Ballysteen still secured a place in the knockout stages.

Clare Senior Football Championship

Cratloe 0-16 St Joseph's Milltown-Malbay 2-8

Cathal McInerney mined eight points as Cratloe beat holders St Joseph's Milltown-Malbay.

Podge Collins was another influential figure for Cratloe, who survived despite the fact that Eoin Cleary scored 1-5 for the losers.

Declan O'Mahony, Ballyboden St Enda's, and Brian Fenton, Raheny, in Dublin SFC action.
Declan O'Mahony, Ballyboden St Enda's, and Brian Fenton, Raheny, in Dublin SFC action.

Armagh Senior Football Championship

Semi-Finals

Maghery 1-12 Pearse Og 0-10

Crossmaglen 0-13 Killeavy 0-11

Darragh O'Callaghan supplied two points in the closing stages as Crossmaglen Rangers dealt with Killeavy's spirited challenge.

In the decider Cross will face a Maghery outfit, who enjoyed a fine triumph over Pearse Og on Saturday.

Stephen Cusack's goal from a penalty proved to be the decisive score.

Down Senior Football Championship

Kilcoo 1-11 Burren 0-9

Clonduff 2-11 Mayobridge 1-9

Loughinisland 1-18 Bredagh 2-8

AIB Ulster Club champions Kilcoo will meet Rostrevor at the quarter final stage following a hard earned win over Burren.

Ross Carr palmed a late goal for Clonduff against Mayobridge.

Tyrone Senior Football Championship

Errigal Ciaran 0-12 Dromore 0-11

Dungannon 0-23 Ardboe 2-15 AET

Coalisland 1-9 Derrylaughan 1-6

Trillick 1-16 Killyclogher 2-13 AET (Trillick win 4-3 on penalties)

Eoin Kelly provided Errigal Ciaran's match winning score against Dromore.

Dungannon were aided by key points from Paul Donaghy, Patrick Quinn, and Kevin Barker against Ardboe.

Tiaran Quinn struck Coalisland's goal in the victory over Derrylaughan, while on Friday evening Trillick advanced following a penalty shootout with Killyclogher.

Inniskeen manager Oisin McConville.
Inniskeen manager Oisin McConville.

Antrim Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Creggan 3-9 Naomh Eanna 1-8

Lamh Dhearg 1-10 Aghagallon 0-12

Creggan and Lamh Dhearg booked their place in the penultimate round in the Antrim SFC.

Paddy Coey and Ruairi McCann scored important goals for Creggan, while Ryan Murray drilled the winning scoree for Lamh Dhearg.

Cavan Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Cavan Gaels 2-19 Ramor United 0-15

Castlerahan 3-13 Lavey 0-21 AET

Kingscourt 0-22 Mullahoran 2-15

Crosserlough 2-19 Gowna 3-10

There was no shortage of excitement in the Cavan SFC quarter-finals.

While Cavan Gaels stormed to victory, the other three games were all very lively affairs.

Castlerahan beat Lavey after extra-time, while Crosserlough and Kingscourt both showed their potential.

Monaghan Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Carrickmacross Emmets 3-13 Magheracloone 1-15

Inniskeen 2-17 Truagh 1-09

Oisin McConville's Inniskeen delivered another impresssive display to defeat Triagh.

Paul Meegan and Sean Jones netted goals for Inniskeen, while Carrickmacross just about survived a tricky test against Magheracloone.

Fermanagh Senior Football Championship

Ederney St Joseph's 1-11 Belnaleck 2-2

Kinwaley 2-8 Erne Gaels 1-9

Teemore Shamrocks 2-9 Tempo 0-13

Derrygonnelly Harps 0-10 Roslea Shamrocks 0-6

Derrgonnelly face Kinawley, and Ederney play Teemore in the last four of the Fermanagh SFC.

Teemore were helped by goals from Ryan Maguire and Barry Owens against Tempo.

Craig Dias, Kilmacud Crokes, in Dublin SFC action against St Vincent's at Parnell Park.
Craig Dias, Kilmacud Crokes, in Dublin SFC action against St Vincent's at Parnell Park.

Dublin Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

St Jude's 1-17 Skerries Harps 1-10

Kilmacud Crokes 4-15 St Vincent's 1-12

Ballyboden St Enda's 2-16 Raheny 0-16

Ballymun Kickhams 1-18 Na Fianna 2-13

Dean Rock nailed eight points, including three from play, as Ballymun Kickhams shaded their derby tussle with Na Fianna.

Paul Mannion scored 1-4 as Kilmacud Crokes defeated St Vincent's.

There was never any sign of a shock as St Jude's, with Kevin McManamon an influential figure, beat Skerries Harps.

Ballyboden St Enda's shrugged off Raheny's spirited resistance with Conal Keaney drilling five points.

Longford Senior Football Championship

Abbeylara 0-14 Dromard 0-11

Abbeylara advanced to the quarter-finals, while Dromard exited the Longford SFC on Friday evning.

Robbie Smyth and Ciaran Scanlon combined to contribute eight points between them forthe victors.

Westmeath Senior Football Championship

Caulry 2-8 Castledaly 0-13 AET

Mullingar Shamrocks 1-15 Shandonagh 1-9

Athlone 2-11 Rosemount 1-10

St Loman's 3-10 Killucan 2-8

The Downs 1-8 Garrycastle 0-10

Tyrrellspass 0-11 Coralstown-Kinnegad 0-10

Ray Connellan was in excellent form for Athlone, who overcame Rosemount.

St Loman's also advanced, while John O'Mahony's The Downs caused a shock against holders Garrycastle.

Tyrrellspass will also be involved in the last four following a win over Coralstown-Kinnegad.

Louth Senior Football Championship

Naomh Mairtin 1-13 St Mochta's 1-11

Ardee St Mary's 4-15 Mattock Rangers 0-20

St Joseph's 0-13 O'Connells 0-11

St Patrick's 2-14 O'Raghallaighs 1-10

The pairings for the Louth SFC quarter-finals have been confirmed.

St Joseph's face Newtown Blues, Ardee St Mary's play Geraldines, St Patrick's clash with St Mochta's, while Naomh Mairtin and Dundalk Gaels are set to do battle.

Those four fixtures will take place at the Louth GAA Centre of Excellence.

Conor Flynn, Knockmore, and Cillian O'Connor, Ballintubber, during Saturday's Mayo SFC quarter-final at Elverys MacHale Park.
Conor Flynn, Knockmore, and Cillian O'Connor, Ballintubber, during Saturday's Mayo SFC quarter-final at Elverys MacHale Park.

Wexford Senior Football Championship

Glynn-Barntown 5-14 HWH Bunclody 0-5

St Martin's 1-11 Starlights 1-9

Castletown-Liam Mellows 1-13 Shelmaliers 2-9

St James' 5-14 Gusserane-O'Rahillys 3-11

Glynn-Barntown, St Martin's, Castletown, and St James' all earned wins in the Wexford SFC.

Meath Senior Football Championship

Wolfe Tones 5-9 Moynalvey 0-15

Summerhill 2-8 Curraha 2-6

Na Fianna 0-14 Donaghmore/Ashbourne 0-6

Navan O'Mahonys 1-12 Seneschalstown 1-9

St Peter's Dunboyne 4-11 St Colmcilles 1-6

Gaeil Colmcille 2-15 Dunshaughlin 1-15

Ratoath 0-11 Simonstown 0-10

Skyrne 4-13 Nobber 0-12

Ratoath will meet Summerhill in an attractive Meath SFC semi-final.

Wolfe Tones, Na Fianna, Summerhill, Navan O'Mahonys, St Peter's Dunboyne, Gaeil Colmcille, and Skyrne also chalked up victories.

Sligo Senior Football Championship

Tourlestrane 1-14 Coolera-Strandhill 0-5

Coolaney-Mullinabreena 0-13 Geevagh 1-8

St Mary's 0-16 Shamrock Gaels 0-6

Drumcliffe-Rosses Point 0-13 Eastern Harps 0-7

Stephen Coen scored six points from play as St Mary's defeated Shamrock Gaels.

Liam Gaughan impressed for Tourlestrane, contributing 1-8, as they proved far too strong for Coolera-Strandhill.

Leitrim Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Mohill 3-16 Allen Gaels 2-9

Fenagh St Caillins 2-14 Leitrim Gaels 1-8

St Mary's 2-16 Melvin Gaels 0-12

Glencar-Manorhamilton 0-12 Ballinamore Sean O Heslins 1-6

Mohill, Fenagh St Caillins, St Mary's, and Glencar-Manorhamilton all advanced to the last four in a competitive Leitrim SFC.

Mayo Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Knockmore 2-9 Ballintubber 0-12

Breaffy 4-16 Ballaghaderreen 3-6

Westport 3-18 The Neale 3-8

Ballina Stephenites 1-18 Aghamore 0-12

Kevin McLoughlin was instrumental for Knockmore, who dethroned Ballintubber on Saturday evening.

Breaffy also finished with a real flourish when overcoming Ballaghaderreen.

On Sunday two emerging teams, Westport and Ballina Stephenites, also earned their places at the semi-final stage.

Westport face Breaffy, while the meeting of Knockmore and Ballina will also gather significant local interest in the west.

Roscommon Senior Football Championship

Strokestown 0-10 Fuerty 0-8

Boyle 4-8 St Croan's 0-12

Padraig Pearses 0-19 Roscommon Gaels 0-9

St Brigid's 0-19 Michael Glaveys 1-8

Clann na nGael 0-14 Western Gaels 1-9

Clann na nGael, with Liam Kearns in charge, came thundering back late on to beat Western Gals.

Ciaran Lennon, Cathal Shine, and Ultan Harney fired over crucial scores in the closing stages.

Enda Smith scored two goals for Boyle, who now play St Brigid's.

Holders Padraig Pearses will meet Clann na nGael.

Galway Senior Football Championship

Corofin 0-6 An Cheathru Rua 0-6

Annaghdown 1-15 Micheal Breathnach 1-11

Maigh Cuilinn 4-14 Mountbellew-Moylough1-9

St James' 3-16 Oughterard 1-14

Barna 0-13 St Michael's 0-11

Salthill-Knocknacarra 0-16 An Spideal 1-12

Killanin 1-13 Caherlistrane 2-7

Tuam Stars 1-18 Claregalway 1-12

Milltown 1-13 Monivea-Abbey 1-10

It was an eventful weekend in Galway with the eight quarter-finalists now confirmed.

Corofin, Maigh Cuilinn, St James', Mountbellew-Moylough, Barna, Killanin, Tuam Stars, Salthill-Knocknacarra will be in Monday evening's draw.

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