All time
Kilkenny edge out Cork to secure All-Ireland minor camogie title
Meanwhile, the All-Ireland minor b final between Offaly and Antrim will be replayed after the sides played out a draw.
# Play-off
Doyle hits 1-14 for Westmeath as Carlow relegated from Division 1
Colm Bonnar’s side suffered a six-point defeat to bring their losing streak to 13 games.
# Rebels
Impressive Westmeath make Rebels work for victory in tough conditions
Patrick Horgan scored 2-8 for Kieran Kingston’s side.
# Comfortable
Dublin cruise to league victory away to Carlow
Mattie Kenny’s side were 11-point winners at Netwatch Cullen Park.
# On the up
Bennett hits 2-8 and Fagan nets to power Waterford to victory over Westmeath
The visitors went into half time with a 3-10 to 0-6 lead.
# turnaround
Wexford hit Galway for 1-1 in added time to claim Walsh Cup
The Tribesmen held a three point lead heading into injury time.
# Last Four
Ballyboden book Leinster final place with one-sided win over Garrycastle
Westmeath legend Dessie Dolan played his last game of club football this afternoon.
# Super Shamrocks
TJ Reid hits 2-14 as Ballyhale storm into Leinster hurling final
Colin Fennelly, Eoin Reid and Brian Cody also hit the net in a comfortable win over St Martin’s.
# Super Shamrocks
3-4 for Cody and 0-11 for Reid as Ballyhale book Leinster semi-final place
A nine-point win for the All-Ireland champions against Clonkill today.
# the rebel county
Tommy O’Connell scores 1-10 as Cork beat Kilkenny to book All-Ireland U20 final spot
Denis Ring’s side will now face Tipperary or Wexford in the first-ever All-Ireland U20 hurling final.
# Dubs Rule
Archer's 3-8 steers Dublin young guns to first-ever Leinster U20 crown against Laois
Tom Grey’s side were 13-point winners tonight, with Galway up next.
# Lovely Hurling
Cork score incredible 1-40 in 23-point defeat of Westmeath to set-up Kilkenny showdown
John Meyler’s side face the Cats in the All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
# up the banner
Clare edge out Westmeath to book place in fourth round of qualifiers
Colm Collins’ men won by the narrowest of margins at Cusack Park.
# following suit
'Cluxton has changed the game and set the bar higher for everyone' - Dublin ladies keeper Trant
Mick Bohan’s netminder is pleased to learn from the six-time All-Ireland champion.
# Convincing
Ryan bags 0-9 as Dubs cruise to 12-point victory over Carlow
Colm Bonnar’s side fell to a home defeat this afternoon.
# Lovely Hurling
0-13 for Conway as Kerry claim key Joe McDonagh Cup victory against Westmeath
Fintan O’Connor’s side bounced back from their opening round defeat to Antrim with a narrow win in Mullingar on Saturday.
# Clinical Cats
Cody's Kilkenny make light work of Carlow challenge to go two from two
TJ Reid was again in top form as the Cats cruised to victory at Netwatch Cullen Park.
# Second-Level
St. Michael’s Enniskillen reach third Hogan Cup final in history with win over St. Colman’s
The Fermanagh school powered to a six-point victory.
# G-G-G-Galway
Mayo youngster Conroy bags 2-1 as NUIG edge out holders DCU in Freshers final
NUIG held on for a one-point win in Tubberclair this afternoon.
# not for the purist
Galway edge Monaghan in dour spectacle to pick up second league win
Galway’s blanket defence frustrated Monaghan’s forward line this afternoon.
# marching on
Star-studded DCU side too much for Dublin rivals as 2018 finalists coast into semi-final
Sean Morrissey and Donal Burke hit the goals in a 13-point Fitzgibbon Cup victory on home soil.
# Upset
Late drama as NUIG stun favourites Ulster University to reach last four
Frank Burns missed a last-minute free from close range for UU.
# carlow rising
Late Kavanagh free hands Carlow impressive draw with All-Ireland finalists Galway
Martin Kavanagh struck the last of his 11 points in stoppage-time to seal a share of the spoils.
# Division 2
Promotion hopefuls Kildare and Armagh finish level after entertaining clash
Jimmy Hyland kicked four points for Cian O’Neill’s side.
# Top of the Pops
Star-studded DCU side march on as 2018 Fitzgibbon Cup finalists ease past CIT
The Glasnevin-based outfit will finish top of their group after two successive wins.
# Star Of The Show
Clare forward Sexton hits 1-10 as UL squeeze past DIT in Sigerson Cup
University of Limerick are into round three of the third-level competition.
# progression
Westmeath defeat 14-man Kildare by six points to book O'Byrne Cup semi-final
Ger Egan scored 0-6 for the winners, who will take on Longford in the last four.
# class is permanent
Eddie Brennan's first-half goal the difference as Graigue-Ballycallan claim Leinster IHC title
The veteran forward scored 1-1 in a comfortable win at Nowlan Park this afternoon.
# Mighty Mullinalaghta
History makers! The first Longford club to reach a Leinster senior club football final
Mullinalaghta claimed a comfortable semi-final win over Carlow’s Éire Óg this afternoon.
# Dublin Derby
Dan Carr the hero as Shamrock Rovers snatch 90th minute winner to break Saints hearts
A late goal from the Hoops striker snatched all three points for Stephen Bradley’s men at Richmond Park.
# SSE Airtricity League Premier Division
Drogheda United progress in dramatic play-off on penalties as heroic Shelbourne battle with nine men
In a pulsating First Division play-off Drogheda United came out on top on spot-kicks after Shelbourne received two red cards.
# Hoops
Rovers frustrated by Cork in stalemate, as Leesiders switch focus to FAI Cup
Stephen Bradley’s men were unable to find a winner at Tallaght Stadium.
# Seventh Heaven
Cup holders Cork safely through after hitting Longford for 7
Kieran Sadlier hit a hat-trick for John Caulfield’s side.
# Magic of the Cup
McGlade and O'Reilly steer Longford into FAI Cup quarter-finals as Shelbourne bow out
Neale Fenn’s side booked their place in the last eight with a comfortable 2-0 win against Shelbourne.
# Report
Cork brush Wexford aside to reach first All-Ireland U21 hurling final in 20 years
The Rebels looked very impressive as they recorded a 22-point victory at Nowlan Park this afternoon.
# mfc
Monaghan minors overcome Kildare to set up All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry
Aaron Mulligan’s goal ensured Monaghan took firm control in Cusack Park today.
# rebel rout
Cork find the net seven times as second-half blitz breaks spirited Monaghan
Ciara O’Sullivan and Saoirse Noonan netted a brace apiece for the Rebels in Birr.
# Yellowbellies
Wexford set up All-Ireland quarter-final with Davy Fitz's native Clare following win over Westmeath
David Dunne and Conor McDonald hit the goals as they ran out 2-21 to 0-16 winners.
# Young Dubs
Dublin defeat Meath by 12 points to advance into first ever Leinster U20 final
Tom Gray’s side set-up a showdown with Kildare in the decider.
# wednesday night hurling
Burke to the fore as Dublin advance to Leinster U21 semi-final with Westmeath win
Next up it’s Wexford in a last four clash.