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Dublin: 8°C Tuesday 19 January 2021


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Connacht SFC final
St Brigid’s 0-05 Corofin 2-13 -

Leinster SFC semi-finals
Sean O’Mahonys 1-05 Rhode 0-12 –
Mullinalaghta 0-11 St Vincent’s 2-12 - FT

Munster SFC final
Dr Crokes 3-15 The Nire 0-6 - FT

Ulster SFC final
Slaughtneil 0-12 v Kilcoo 0-9 - FT


We’re all set to go in Carrick on Shannon for the Connacht final between Corofin and St Brigid’s.

The Leinster semi-finals are also underway.

Connacht SFC final

Michael Farragher has kicked an early score to send Corofin 0-1 to no score in front.

Mullinalaghta 0-2 St Vincent’s 0-2

8 mins – Enda Varley has been on target for the Vinnies early on.

Corofin 0-4 St Brigid’s 0-0

8 mins – The Kiltoom outfit need to get into this game. They’ve started way off the pace.

Rhode 0-1 Sean O’Mahonys 0-1

10 mins - Conor Finnegan draws the Louth champions level.

Corofin 1-4 St Brigid’s 0-2

12 mins – Just as Brigid’s were beginning to show some life, Farragher was left unmarked in front of goal and he made no mistake from close range.

St Vincent’s 1-2 Mullinalaghta 0-5

16 mins – Mossy Quinn bags a goal for St Vincent’s. They haven’t had things all their own way so far as the Mullinalaghta attempt to become the first Longford club to reach the Leinster final.

Corofin 1-6 St Brigid’s 0-2

20 mins – This is not going the way Brigid’s would have wanted. Lundy is fouled near the end line and Jason Leonard converts the free.

Sean O’Mahonys 0-2 Rhode 0-3

25 mins – We’re approaching half-time in Drogheda. Niall McNamee’s three frees have Rhode  in front.

St Brigid’s 0-2 Corofin 1-8

27 mins – Brigid’s have kicked four wides in as many minutes,

 St Vincent’s 1-7 Mullinalaghta 0-7

30 mins – Varley handpasses over the bar to restore the three point lead for the Dublin champions.


Half-time scores

St Brigid’s 0-3 Corofin 1-8

St Vincent’s 1-7 Mullinalaghta 0-8

Rhode 0-5 Sean O’Mahonys 0-2

Slaughtneil 0-02 Kilcoo 0-0

2 mins – Slaughtneil have started the brighter.

 Slaughtneil 0-2 Kilcoo 0-1

5 mins – Paul Devlin gets the Down champions up and running.

Niall McNamee has scored all five points for Rhode in their low-scoring Leinster semi-final against Sean O’Mahonys.

We’re back underway in Carrick. Cathal McHugh has come in for Conor Murray on the Brigid’s team at half-time.

Slaughtneil 0-3 Kilcoo 0-2

15 mins - Ceilum Doherty scores to leave Kilcoo within a point once again.

Sean O’Mahonys 0-2 Rhode 0-8

We’re back underway in Drogheda, where Niall McNamee has kicked his sixth score of the afternoon. Rhode are coasting here.

Slaughtneil 0-4 Kilcoo 0-4

Darragh O’Hanlon sends over a free to draw Kilcoo level.

St Brigid’s 0-04 Corofin 1-10

40 mins – Darren Dolan kicks a tenth wide for St Brigid’s. They’ve been poor in front of goals today. David Cunniffe comes in for Mark Daly for the Kiltoom club.

Slaughtneil 0-5 Kilcoo 0-5

25 mins – Brendan Rodgers and Daryll Branagan trade scores. We’re all level at 0-5 apiece.

Mullinalaghta 0-8 St Vincent’s 1-7

40 mins – We’ve been scoreless since half-time in Longford. Vincent’s still lead by two.

Sean O’Mahonys 0-4 Rhode 0-9

45 mins – O’Mahony’s have blown a glorious chance to get back into the game. Rhode goalkeeper Kenny Garry saves well from a penalty. Will the Louth men rue that miss?

St Brigid’s 0-04 Corofin 2-10

47 mins – The Galway champions are home and hosed now. Leonard hits the back of the net. Brigid’s are reduced to 14 men as Darren Dolan receives a second yellow.

Half-time: Slaughtneil 0-9 Kilcoo 0-5

Corofin 2-12 St Brigid’s 0-4

55 mins – Michael Lundy tags on another score for Corofin.

St Vincent’s 1-9 Mullinalaghta 0-9

50 mins – Shane Carthy kicks a vital score on 50 minutes to restore a three point lead for St Vincent’s.

Rhode 0-12 Sean O’Mahonys 0-5

57 mins - Ruairi McNamee send Rhode seven in front.

Sean O’Mahonys have won a second penalty…

Sean O’Mahonys 1-5 Rhode 0-12

60 mins – Stephen Fisher slots home the penalty for Sean O’Mahony’s, they’re just four behind.

Mullinalaghta 0-11 St Vincent’s 2-12

64 mins – Shane Carthy hits 1-1 in the closing stages as Vincent’s make a bolt for home.

Full-time: Sean O’Mahonys 1-5 Rhode 0-12

Full-time: St Vincent’s 2-12 Mullinalaghta 0-11

Corofin are Connacht champions for a seventh time, while Rhode and St Vincent’s will meet in the Leinster final.

Slaughtneil 0-9 Kilcoo 0-7

31 mins – We’re back underway in the second-half as Doherty reduces the gap to three points.

The Munster final between The Nire and Dr Crokes is underway.

Slaughtneil 0-9 Kilcoo 0-8

38 mins – That’s three straight scores by Kilcoo since half-time. Martin Devlin fires over the latest.

Dr Crokes 0-1 The Nire 0-0

3 mins – Kieran O’Leary gives the Kerry side an early lead.

Slaughtneil 0-10 Kilcoo 0-8

45 mins – We’re into the final quarter at the Athletic Grounds.

Dr Crokes 0-2 The Nire 0-0

9 mins – Ambrose O’Donovan kicks a score and then Daithi Casey finishes a wonderful Crokes move.

Dr Crokes 1-3 The Nire 0-0

14 mins – Casey strokes over a free. Crokes are well on top here.

Slaughtneil 0-11 Kilcoo 0-9

57 mins – Slaughtneil are holding on to a narrow two-point lead as we approach the finish in Armagh. Slaughtneil stopper Antoin McMullan has just pulled off a fine save.

Dr Crokes 2-6 The Nire 0-1

21 mins – Casey bags his second goal from a spot kick and O’Leary adds a score from play. This one is as good as over.

Dr Crokes 3-6 The Nire 0-1

22 mins – Casey completes his hat-trick with a rasper which flew into the top corner.

Full-time: Slaughtneil 0-11 Kilcoo 0-09

Slaughtneil are the hurling, football and camogie champions in Ulster!

Dr Crokes 3-12 The Nire 0-4

47 mins – The 3,055 spectators in attendance are witnessing Crokes playing the ball around at their ease.

Dr Crokes 3-12 The Nire 0-4

52 mins – The Nire have rattled off three points at the midway point of the second-half, while O’Leary kicks another score at the far end.

Dr Crokes 3-15 The Nire 0-5

59 mins – We’re into stoppage-time in Mallow as Crokes ease home.

That’s all we’ve got for you today. Thanks for joining us.

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