Ben Cunningham and Ger Cunningham celebrate following St Finbarr's Cork SHC win over Newtownshandrum at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Ben Cunningham and Ger Cunningham celebrate following St Finbarr's Cork SHC win over Newtownshandrum at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Weekend's club championship round-up


St Mary's Aghagallon eventually prevailed following a remarkable 3-10 to 0-18 win over Portglenone.

Extra-time was required to divide the two teams with Adam Loughran's last gasp goal the decisive moment.

With four minutes of normal time remaining St Mary's trailed by five points, but they responded impressively reeling off 1-2 without reply.

Goals from Ruairi McCann and Loughran, though, ensured St Mary's prevailed following an absorbing encounter.

It was similarly hard fought as Cargin overcame Creggan 0-13 to 0-12.

Tomas McCann supplied the winning score at the end of a real battle to seal a hugely satisfying win.

Goalkeeper John McNabb rifled over some brilliant long range frees for Cargin, who crafted a late chance which was expertly converted by McCann.

Northern Switchgear Antrim Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

Clann na hÉireann Carraigín 0-13 Kickhams GAC Creggan 0-12 AET

St. Mary’s Aghagallon 3-10 Roger Casements Portglenone 0-18


Crossmaglen Rangers were given a scare by Dromintee in the Armagh SFC, but eventually pulled clear in extra-time to prevail 1-15 to 1-5 victors.

Substitute Daniel Cumiskey's late goal sealed the deal for Crossmaglen, who had Caolan Finnegan sent off in the opening period.

Cian McConville, Jamie Clarke, and Rian O'Neill clipped important points during the game for Crossmaglen, who responed to the concession of a first half goal netted by Dromintee's Cathal McKenna.

Granemore beat Mullaghbawn by 1-9 to 0-8 with Karl McQuaid's goal crucial.

Niall Magennis and Paul Quinn struck goals for Killeavy, who edged out Clann na Gael by 2-11 to 0-16 after extra-time.

Stefan Forker contributed the winning point as Maghery defeated Ballymacnab 0-15 to 0-14 after extra-time.

In the closing stages Maghery made some brilliant defensive blocks to thwart a battling Ballymacnab team.

Armagh Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals

Granemore 1-9 Mullaghbawn 0-8

Maghery 0-15 Ballymacnab 0-14 AET

Clann na Gael 0-16 Killeavy 2-9 AET

Crossmaglen Rangers 1-15 Naomh Pádraig Droim an Tí 1-5 AET


Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Carlow Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

Palatine 0-13 Rathvilly 2-6

Tinryland 2-5 Mount Leinster Rangers 0-6

Tinryland and Palatine will contest the Carlow SFC Final.

Paul Broderick mined some fine scores for Tinryland, including a vital goal, as they beat Mount Leinster Rangers 2-5 to 0-6.

Then Broderick crafted a chance for Paddy Regan, who palmed a second major for Tinryland.

Palatine edged out Rathvilly 0-13 to 2-6 at Netwatch Cullen Park on Saturday evening.

Brian Murphy and Brandon Kelly netted goals for Rathvilly, but Palatine landed some great points during the game.

David Reid, Conor Crowley, Brian McMahon, Cathal O'Neill, and Shane O'Neill all fired over important points for the winners.


Kiernan’s Service Stations Cavan Senior Football Championship Relegation Play Off Final

Ballinagh 0-8 Butlersbridge 0-6

Kiernan’s Service Stations Cavan Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Replays

Gowna 2-14 Cavan Gaels 0-9

Ramor United 1-10 Mullahoran 0-6

Holders Ramor United proved too strong for Mullahoran, 1-10 to 0-6, in a keenly contested Cavan SFC Quarter-Final replay.

Level 0-5 each at the end of the opening period, Ramor summoned a productive second half display.

Jack Brady and Cathal Maguire struck points for Ramor, while Enda Maguire decorated the win with a goal.

Gowna were impressive 2-14 to 0-9 victors against Cavan Gaels at Kingspan Breffni.

Conor Madden and Oisin Pierson scored Gowna's goals to set up a semi-final meeting with Crosserlough.


Shane O'Donnell starred, registering 1-9 from play, as Éire Óg overpowered Inagh-Kilnamona 2-21 to 0-16.

O'Donnell was immense for the Ennis outfit, who lead 2-15 to 0-7 at the interval.

Goals from O'Donnell and Danny Russell ensured Éire Óg held a command advantage with Inagh-Kilnamona unable to recover.

Tony Kelly inspired Ballyea to a 2-21 to 0-18 victory over Cloney-Quinn.

Kelly concluded the game with a 1-7 haul, while Niall Deasy was effective too, nailing seven points for Ballyea.

Cratloe defeated Newmarket 2-23 to 2-16 on Saturday at Cusack Park.

Ahead 0-14 to 0-5 at half-time, Cratloe were forced to deal with a gutsy Newmarket response.

With eight minutes remaining Newmarket had the margin trimmed down to two points following a Peter Power goal.

Rian Considine, who finished with 1-7, and Seán Gallagher replied with Cratloe goals before a late consolation from Colin Ryan.

Sixmilebridge overcame Wolfe Tones 3-22 to 0-18.

Jamie Shanahan was excellent scoring 0-13, while David Kennedy, Shane Golden, and Séadna Morey also scored goals for the Bridge.

Clare Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Sixmilebridge 3-22 Wolfe Tones 0-18

Cratloe 2-23 Newmarket 2-16

Ballyea 2-21 Clooney-Quin 0-18

Éire Óg 2-21 Inagh-Kilnamona 0-16

Clare Senior Hurling Championship Relegation Play Off

Clarecastle 0-28 Whitegate 1-21

Scariff 4-22 Smith O'Briens 0-9


Co-Op Superstores Cork Senior Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Courcey Rovers 5-14 Fermoy 0-14

Fr.O’Neills 1-24 Bride Rovers 0-16

Co-Op Superstores Cork Premier Senior County Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Blackrock 3-21 Erins Own 0-21

St Finbarrs 2-25 Newtownshandrum 0-20


Leadon Timber Frame Derry Senior Hurling Championship Final

Slaughtneil 2-18 Kevin Lynch Hurling Club 1-8


Naomh Conaill will feature in a sixth Donegal SFC decider in a row following a 0-13 to 1-8 triumph over Gaoth Dobhair.

Domhnaill Mac Giolla Bhríde scored a late goal for Gaoth Dobhair, but Naomh Conaill demonstrated their class during the match.

Charles McGuinness, Ciarán Thompson, and Eoin Waide clipped critical points for Naomh Conaill, who advanced.

Michael Murphy Sports and Leisure Senior Football Championship Semi-Final

Naomh Conaill 0-13 Gaoth Dobhair 1-8


Morgan Fuels Down GAA Senior Football Championship

It went the distance at Páirc Esler with AIB All Ireland club champions Kilcoo just about surving a stern examination against neighbours Clonduff.

Level, 0-11 to 1-8, at the end of extra-time, Kilcoo subsequently won a dramatic penalty shootout 4-3.

Eamonn Brown scored a goal for Clonduff, who led 1-3 to 0-3 at half-time.

Kilcoo responded to force extra-time and penalties were required following a tense encounter.

In the shootout Clonduff had an opportunity to secure victory, but Niall Kane made a couple of key saves for Kilcoo.

Dean McLoughlin scored a goal as Loughinisland beat Castlewellan 1-10 to 0-5, while Mayobridge defeated Carryduff 0-9 to 0-7.

Daithí Sands, Conor O'Prey, and Tom McGrattan scored goals as Portaferry defeated Ballygalget 3-13 to 0-9 in the Down SHC.

Ballycran were too slick for a gritty Bredagh team, winning 1-24 to 0-17.Mayobridge 0-9 Carryduff 0-7

Longstone 2-8 An Riocht 0-7

Loughinisland 1-10 Castlewellan 0-5

Kilcoo 0-11 Clonduff 1-8 AET Kilcoo win 4-3 on penalties

Morgan Fuels Down GAA Senior Hurling Championship

St. Patrick’s GAC Portaferry 3-13 Ballygalget GAC, Portaferry 0-9

Ballycran 1-24 Bredagh 0-17


Go Ahead Dublin Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Ballyboden St Enda's 2-21 Lucan Sarsfields 0-23

Na Fianna 1-19 St Vincent's 0-17

Go Ahead Dublin Senior Hurling Championship Relegation Play Offs

St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh 2-23 Craobh Chiarain 2-23 AET St Oliver Plunketts won 6-5 on penalties

St Brigids 1-17 St Judes 1-16


The group phase of the Fermanagh SFC was concluded at the weekend.

At the quarter-final stage Erne Gaels will face Roslea Shamrocks with Enniskillen Gaels set to take on Belnaleck.

Teemore and Ederney, who both finished bottom of their groups, will meet in a relegation play-off.

Derrygonnelly Harps and Kinawley are both through to the semi-final after accumulating maximum points from three games.

Mannok Fermanagh Senior Football Championship Round 3

Teemore Shamrocks 0-8 Belnaleck 0-8

Derrygonnelly Harps 1-13 Erne Gaels 1-11

Roslea Shamrocks 0-12 Ederney, St Joesph’s 0-9

Kinawley 0-13 Enniskillen 0-11


Seven of the eight Galway SFC quarter-finalists have been decided with Milltown and Annaghdown both in contention for the last spot.

Annaghdown need to defeat Barna on Tuesday in a rearranged fixture by at least 12 points to progress to the knockout stages.

Milltown finished strongly to draw with Claregalway on Saturday as Mark Hehir and Michael Martin scored vital points.

City club St Michael's edged out Monivea-Abbey to secure a place in the knockout stages.

Holders Mountbellew-Moylough were too strong for St James, 1-23 to 1-9, with Patrick Kelly netting a sixth goal in five games.

Salthill-Knocknacarra, managed by John O'Mahony, beat An Cheathrú Rua by 5-16 to 0-10.

Joe Flaherty and Johnny Heaney struck goals as Killannin carved out a 2-14 to 0-9 win over Caherlistrane to maintain their senior status.

Myles MacDonnacha was Naomh Anna's hero as they earned a draw against Maigh Cuilinn, 2-8 to 1-11. The Leitir Mór club will also stay operating at senior level in 2023 following the weekend's action.

Ian Burke's late equaliser ensured Corofin and Tuam Stars drew 0-16 each, while An Spidéal finished strongly to overcome Oughterard 2-8 to 3-4.

Bon Secours Hospital Galway Senior Football Championship Round 5

Mountbellew/Moylough 1-23 St. James' 1-9

Milltown 0-12 Claregalway 0-12

St.Michael’s 0-11 Monivea-Abbey 0-9

Killannin 2-14 Caherlistrane 0-9

An Spidéal 2-8 Oughterard 3-4

Maigh Cuilinn 1-11 Cumann Peile Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir, 2-8

Salthill-Knocknacarra 5-16 An Cheathrú Rua 0-9

Corofin 0-16 Tuam Stars 0-16


The draw for the Kerry SFC quarter-finals takes place on Monday evening.

Despite losing 1-14 to 0-10 against Feale Rangers, Templenoe still advanced to the last eight.

Dr Crokes, East Kerry, Mid Kerry, and Feale Rangers all topped their groups with Kenmare Shamrocks, Dingle, Austin Stacks, and Templenoe finishing runners up.

David Clifford, who scored 1-4, and Ruairí Murphy netted goals in East Kerry's 2-13 to 1-11 success over Dingle.

Liam Carey and Fiachra Clifford were instrumental figures in Mid Kerry's 1-15 to 1-7 win over Austin Stacks.

Nathan O'Driscoll clipped a late equalising free for St Brendan's, who drew 0-16 each against South Kerry.

Barry O'Mahony's goal helped Feale Rangers to a 1-14 to 0-10 victory over Templenoe.

Jack Sheehan, Diarmuid O'Connor, Darragh Reen, and Don Goggin netted goals for Na Gaeil, who beat West Kerry 4-15 to 3-9.

Liam Kearney, Ciaran Spillane, Evan Cronin, and Mike Foley ensured Spa Killarney beat Kerins O'Rahilly's 4-13 to 0-16.

Shannon Rangers defeated St Kieran's 4-10 to 1-14, while Kenmare Shamrocks and Dr Crokes drew.

Seán O'Shea was influential for Kenmare, kicking 0-10, while Crokes' Tony Brosnan impressed with six points.

Garvey’s Supervalu Kerry Senior Football Championship Round 3

Kenmare Shamrocks 0-17 Dr.Crokes 1-14

Spa Killarney 4-13 Kerins O’Rahilly’s 0-16

Na Gaeil 4-15 West Kerry 3-9

Shannon Rangers 4-10 St.Kieran’s 1-14

East Kerry 2-13 Dingle 1-11

Mid Kerry 1-15 Austin Stacks 1-7

Feale Rangers 1-14 Templenoe 0-10

South Kerry 0-16 St.Brendan’s 0-16


Clane will feature in a Kildare SFC decider for the first time since 1998 following Saturday's 1-12 to 1-8 success over Athy.

Tom Cribbin's team led 0-5 to 0-4 at the interval with Sam Reilly registering a goal in the second half.

Late on Athy's James McGrath netted a goal, but Clane's Shane O'Sullivan nailed a free to earn victory.

UPMC Kildare Senior Hurling Championship Final

Naas 0-20 Maynooth 0-12

UPMC Kildare Senior B Hurling Championship Final

Éire Óg Corra Choill 3-16 Naas 1-11

Joe Mallon Motors Kildare Senior Football Championship Dermot Bourke Cup Semi Final

Clane 1-12 Athy 1-8


Dicksboro enjoyed a convincing 3-19 to 1-11 win over Mullinavat at UPMC Nowlan Park.

Managed by Michael Walsh, Dicksboro struck an early goal courtesy of Timmy Clifford.

Liam Moore added a second major for Dicksboro, who led 2-9 to 0-3 at the break.

John Walsh narrowed the gap with a goal for Mullinavat after the restart, but Dicksboro replied with Andy Gaffney netting.

Dicksboro will now play James Stephens, who defeated Bennettsbridge 1-20 to 1-15.

Tadhg O'Dwyer and Nicky Cleere traded goals in the second half, but James Stephens' finished strongly.

Tullaroan, with Shane Walsh impressing, defeated Erins Own 0-18 to 0-15.

St. Canice's Credit Union Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Tullaroan 0-18 Erin’s Own 0-15

James Stephens 1-20 Bennettsbridge 1-15

Dicksboro 3-19 Mullinavat 1-11


Portarlington eked out a narrow 0-9 to 0-8 win over Portlaoise at MW Hire O'Moore Park.

In the closing moments Portarlington goalkeeper Scott Osborne made a vital save to deny Portlaoise's Kieran Lillis.

Rioghan Murphy edged Portarlington in front late on and Portlaoise were unable to reply with a leveller.

O'Dempseys defeated Courtwood, 1-16 to 0-11 with Mark Barry a significant influence.

Daithí Howlin dashed through to net a goal in the closing stages as O'Dempseys advanced.

Laois Shopping Centre Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

O’Dempsey’s 1-16 Courtwood 0-11

Portarlington 0-9 Portlaoise 0-8


Newcastlewest secured a fifth win on the spin to beat Fr Casey's 0-12 to 0-11 in Dromcollogher.

Cian Sheehan and Iain Corbett were instrumental for Newcastlewest.

Monaleen booked a quarter-final spot following a 3-12 to 0-7 triumph over Claughaun.

Brian Donovan, Shane Cusack, and Donnacha O'Dalaigh were Monaleen's goalscorers.

Similar to Newcastlewest, Adare also had a flawless record in the group stages, beating St Kieran's 1-15 to 2-8.

At the quarter-final stage Monaleen will face St Kieran's, while Kildimo-Pallaskenry are set to meet Fr Caseys.

Irish Wire Products Ltd Limerick County Senior Football Championship Round 5

Ballylanders 2-8 Galtee Gaels 1-10

Kildimo Pallaskenry 0-10 Ballysteen 1-7

Adare 1-15 St Kieran's 2-8

Oola 2-14 Galbally 4-4

Monaleen 3-12 Claughaun 0-7

Newcastle West 0-12 Fr Casey's 0-11


David McGivney inspired Mullinalagtha St Columba's to a 0-15 to 1-9 win over Dromard.

Joseph Hagan did register an early goal for Dromard, but Mullinalghta responded to depart 0-10 to 1-4 ahead at the break.

Aidan McElligott and Cian Mackey contributed vital points after Dromard had trimmed the gap to the minimum.

The McGivneys, James and David, were significant contributors for Mullinalaghta, who will meet Colmcille in the decider.

On Sunday Colmcille defeated Longford Slashers 1-13 to 0-15.

Philip McKeon's 38th minute goal ensured that Colmcille will now contest a first county final in 14 years.

Peter Hanley Motors Longford Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

Mullinalaghta St. Columba’s 0-15 Dromard 1-9

Colmcille 1-13 Longford Slashers 0-5


St Mary's struck seven points in a row to defeat Naomh Mairtin 0-11 to 0-10.

A thrilling second half unfolded as St Mary's Daire McConnon scored the winner deep into stoppage time.

Newtown Blues were always in control after half-time against Geraldines, securing a 1-13 to 1-2 victory.

Ciaran Downey's late goal and a crafty Andy McDonnell performance guided Newtown Blues back into a first Louth final since 2019.

Anchor Tours Louth Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

Ardee St.Marys 0-11 Naomh Mairtin 0-10

Newtown Blues 1-13 Geraldines 1-2


The Mayo SFC quarter-final pairings have been decided following another action packed weekend.

Holders Knockmore face Castlebar Mitchels at Hastings Insurace MacHale Park, while Breaffy and Ballintubber clash at the same venue on Sunday.

In the other last eight encounters Westport face Garrymore, while Ballina Stephenites are set to meet Claremorris.

Darren McHale struck 1-2 as Knockmore defeated Ballaghaderreen 1-11 to 0-10.

Mitchels drew 0-12 each against Garrymore with Seán Morahan providing the late levelling score for the Castlebar club.

Mattie Ruane was instrumental for Breaffy who defeated Belmullet 0-13 to 1-8.

Despite being without Cillian O'Connor and Michael Plunkett, Ballintubber still cruised to an emphatic 3-16 to 1-6 triumph over The Neale.

Connacht Gold Mayo Senior Football Championship Round 3

Westport St Patrick's 0-13 Mayo Gaels 0-10

Ballintubber 3-16 The Neale 1-6

Breaffy 0-13 Belmullet 1-8

Claremorris 0-15 Balla 1-9

Charlestown Sarsfields 1-12 Davitts 0-7

Castlebar Mitchels 0-12 Garrymore 0-12

Ballina Stephenites 4-14 Aghamore 2-8

Knockmore 1-11 Ballaghderreen 0-10


Three second half goals helped Ratoath to a 3-16 to 3-11 win over Kiltale.

Gavin McGowan, Jack McGowan, and Bobby O'Brien all struck majors for a determined Ratoath.

Jack Regan, who scored 2-3, and Peter Durnin were sharp for Kiltale, but Ratoath advanced.

Trim goalkeeper Charlie Ennis made several saves as they defeated Kildaley 1-18 to 2-14.

Nicky Potteron registered 1-7 for Kildalkey, but Trim still managed to do enough to prevail.

Joey Cole clipped 1-2, while Mikey Cole and Dimmy Higgins were other prominent performers for Trim.

Ted Murtagh Clothing & Footwear, Trim Meath Senior Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Trim 1-18 Kildalkey 2-14

Ratoath 3-16 Kiltale 3-11


Darren Hughes converted the decisive penalty as Scotstown beat Latton.

Ultimately it means Scotstown will now face Inniskeen at the penultimate stage.

Having concluded a gripping game, 0-16 each at the end of extra-time, Scotstown prevailed in the shootout.

Emmet Caulfield's point late on ensured penalties were required with Scotstown advancing.

Ciaran Galligan, Ryan Wylie, and Thomas Kerr were Ballybay's goalscorers in a convincing 3-13 to 0-8 win over Truagh.

Greenfield Foods Monaghan Senior Football Championship Relegation Round 2

Donaghmoyne 1-12 Castleblayney Faughs 0-13

Carrickmacross 0-15 Aughnamullen 0-11

Greenfield Foods Monaghan Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals

Ballybay 3-13 Truagh 0-8

Scotstown 0-16 Latton 0-16 AET Scotstown win 4-3 on penalties


Tullamore Court Hotel Offaly Senior Football Championship Final

Rhode 1-9 Tullamore 0-11

Tullamore Court Hotel Offaly Senior B Football Championship Final

Bracknagh 2-12 Clonbullogue 0-10

Tullamore Court Hotel Offaly Intermediate Football Championship Final

Ballycommon 1-13 Raheen 2-6


Michael Glaveys defeated St Faithleach's to book a place in the Roscommon SFC Quarter-Finals.

Andy Glennon's late goal ensured Glaveys prevailed 2-16 to 1-18 after extra-time.

Faithleach's led at the break by 1-9 to 0-8, but Glaveys battled back with Darragh Heneghan supplying a second half major.

It remained a compelling game, but Glennon's intervention guided Glaveys to victory.

Roscommon Senior Football Championship Play Off

Michael Glaveys 2-16 St Faithleach's 1-18

Roscommon Senior Football Championship Relegation Play Off

Western-Gaels 1-19 Elphin 0-6

Roscommon Senior Hurling Championship

Four Roads 1-16 Athleague 0-13


Following Sunday's Sligo SHC action the four semi-finalists have been confirmed.

Coolera-Strandhill will play Naomh Eoin, while Easkey are set to meet Western Gaels.

Homeland Sligo Senior Football Championship Relegation Semi Finals

Tubbercurry 4-18 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 2-11

St Farnan’s 1-17 Curry 1-13

Sligo Senior Hurling Championship Round 5

Coolera Strandhill 2-15 Calry St Josephs 1-7

Naomh Eoin 3-30 Tourlestrane 0-7


Upperchurch-Drombane finished with a real flourish to defeat JK Brackens 2-21 to 1-21 at FBD Semple Stadium.

Eight unaswered points in the closing stages ensured Upperchurch will feature in the Tipperary football and hurling semi-finals at senior level.

JK Brackens, with Lyndon Fairbrother and Andrew Ormond effective, led 1-21 to 2-13 in the 52nd minute, but Upperchurch responded.

Earlier Paudie Greene, who finished with 1-13, and Colm Ryan had struck goals for Upperchurch, who are enjoying a great campaign in both codes.

Kiladangan defeated Clonoulty-Rossmore by 1-14 to 0-12.

Tadhg Gallagher mined 1-3 for Kiladangan, while Bryan McLoughney and Paul Flynn were also heavily involved.

Kiladangan will now face Drom-Inch at the semi-final stage.

On Saturday Drom-Inch defeated Loughmore-Castleiney 0-21 to 0-18.

Three long range points from Podge Campion were vital scores for Drom-Inch, who feature the prolific Séamus Callanan in attack.

Kilruane MacDonaghs edged out Toomevara 2-17 to 2-15.

Toome led 1-7 to 0-8 at the break with David Young bagging a goal.

Kian O'Kelly and Brian O'Meara netted goals for Kilruane, but Jack Delaney replied for Toome.

It was an exciting finish as Toome narrowed the deficit to a point, but Willie Cleary rifled over a free for Kilruane to earn a semi-final spot.

FBD Insurance Tipperary County Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Upperchurch-Drombane 2-21 JK Brackens 1-21

Kiladangan 1-14 Clonoulty/Rossmore 0-12

Druim agus Inse 0-21 Loughmore-Castleiney 0-18

Kilruane MacDonaghs 2-17 Toomevara 2-15

FBD Insurance Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Relegation Semi Finals

Moycarkey-Borris 1-20 Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill 0-17

Mullinahone 0-24 Templederry Kenyons 2-14


Errigal Ciaran had to show resilience against Moy, eventually securing a 1-15 to 1-10 win.

Moy, with Michael Conroy scoring the goal, led 1-7 to 0-3 at half-time, but Errigal responded after the restart.

Ruairi Canavan and Darragh Canavan were in splendid form for Errigal when the game recommenced.

Darragh Canavan created a goalscoring chance which was expertly taken by Joe Oguz as Errigal advanced.

Ronan O'Neill scored six points, while Conor Meyler was another key figure as Omagh beat Ardboe 0-14 to 0-9.

Loughmacrory defeated Derrylaughan 0-9 to 0-7 with Pauraic Mernagh and Cathaoir Gallagher registering important scores.

Connor McAliskey was influential, finishing with a seven point haul, as Clonoe defeated Moortown 0-23 to 2-14.

Conor Quinn and Blaine Ryan were Moortown's goalscorers, but Clonoe advanced after extra-time.

On Thursday evening Dungannon beat Trillick 3-8 to 0-11 with Dalaigh Jones, Patrick Quinn, and Darragh Skeffington the goalscorers.

LLC Tyrone Senior Football Championship

Donaghmore 0-16 Greencastle 0-12

Dromore 3-9 Killyclogher 1-10

Omagh 0-14 Ardboe 0-9

Errigal Ciaran 1-15 Moy 1-10

Clonoe 0-23 Moortown 2-14 AET

Loughmacrory 0-9 Derrylaughan 0-7


Conor Gleeson scored five points as The Nire defeated An Rinn 1-11 to 1-9.

A late Donie Breathnach goal brought An Rinn to within a point of The Nire, who stayed cool.

Dylan Guiry had netted a goal for The Nire, who chalked up a victory.

Conor McCarthy, Dean Beresford, and Patrick Hurney were Ballinacourty's goalscorers in a 3-10 to 0-9 win over Brickey Rangers.

Gaultier, with JJ Hutchinson contributing 1-6, defeated Portlaw 1-12 to 1-3.

Stephen Curry, Michael Curry and Ronan Elliffe scored goals for Rathgormack in the emphatic 3-16 to 0-4 win over St Saviour's.

JJ Kavanagh & Sons Waterford Senior Football Championship

Gaultier 1-12 Portlaw 1-3

Rathgormack 3-16 St Saviour’s 0-4

Ballinacourty 3-10 Brickey Rangers 0-9

The Nire 1-11 An Rinn 1-9


The Downs will feature in a Westmeath SFC final for the first time in 17 years following a 3-10 to 1-13 triumph over Tyrrellspass.

Ian Martin and Luke Loughlin were threatening in attack for The Downs, who now face St Loman's in the decider.

St Loman's beat Killucan 0-15 to 1-8 with John Heslin and Shane Dempsey in brilliant form.

Aron Kieran netted a first half goal as Killucan were 1-4 to 0-2 ahead at the break, but Loman's came thundering back.

Shay Murtagh Precast Westmeath Senior Football Championship Semi Finals

St.Loman’s 0-15 Killucan 1-9

The Downs 3-10 Tyrrellspass 1-13


The Wexford SFC quarter-final draw was made following another busy weekend of action.

Gusserane O'Rahilly's face St James with Castletown meeting Kilanerin.

On the other side of the draw Shelmaliers play Starlights, while St Anne's meet Glynn-Barntown.

In the relegation final St Martin's face HWH Bunclody.

Dominic Smith Expert Electrical Wexford Senior Football Championship

Kilanerin 2-10 St. Martin’s 1-8

St. Anne’s Rathangan 2-14 Crossabeg/Ballymurn 2-12

Starlights 0-16 Gusserane O’Rahilly’s 0-13

Sarsfields 2-11 HWH Bunclody 3-8

Castletown 1-12 St James 0-10

Shelmaliers 1-16 Glynn-Barntown 1-4


Lightning Protection Ireland Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship Final

Bray Emmets 0-16 Glenealy 0-16

Lightning Protection Ireland Wicklow Intermediate Hurling Championship Final

Bray Emmets 3-15 Kilcoole 0-10