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Hello, and welcome along to our Sunday GAA match tracker. Between the football and the hurling we’re in for a busy one but we’ll do our best to keep you updated on the lot. 

Here’s a look at what’s in store:

Division 1A Hurling League

Clare v Kilkenny, 2pm

Cork v Wexford, 3pm

Division 1B Hurling League

Laois v Waterford, 2pm

Carlow v Galway, 2pm 

Offaly v Dublin, 2pm

Division 1 Football League

Cavan v Kerry, 2pm

Tyrone v Mayo, 2.30pm

Roscommon v Monaghan, 2.30pm 

Division 2 Football League

Cork v Kildare, 1pm

Armagh v Clare, 2pm

Tipperary v Fermanagh, 2pm

There are also two games in Division 3 and four games in Division 4 of the Allianz Football League, and plenty more hurling clashes that we’ll be keeping an eye on throughout the afternoon.

We had an early throw-in at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, and Kildare are two points up at half time. Kevin Feely slotted home a penalty with 25 minutes on the clock.

Here’s a look at that spot kick that put Cian O’Neill’s side in the driving seat on Leeside:

1 min – Clare 0-1 Kilkenny 0-1 

The Cats draw first blood in Ennis through a Kevin Kelly free before Colm Galvin hits back at the other end.

3 mins – Cavan 0-2 Kerry 0-0

Mickey Graham’s hosts have taken the early lead at Breffni Park as Conor Madden splits the posts from play before goalkeeper Raymond Galligan knocks over a free. 

6 mins – Kilkenny 0-2 Clare 0-2

No shortage of wides as the sides settle in. Clare’s Colin Guilfoyle has just hit a lovely point from play to level matters.

7 mins – Cavan 0-3 Kerry 0-1

Sean O’Shea nails a free before Madden adds his second from play — and Cavan’s third.

It’s a one-point game in Cork. The Rebels trail Kildare on a scoreline of 1-6 to 0-8 with 13 minutes played in the second half.

The Tribesmen have powered into the lead at Netwatch Cullen Park.

12 mins – Kilkenny 0-5 Clare 0-3

Ger Aylward fired over an inspirational point from play to put his side into a three-point lead before Ian Galvin struck back at the other end.

11 mins – Cavan 0-5 Kerry 0-2

O’Shea with another free before Cavan centre-half back Ciaran Brady hit two in-a-row from play.

GOAL! John Colon rattles the back of the net for Clare to put them one point up.

55 mins – Kildare 1-7 Cork 0-8

Ben McCormack with the latest Lilywhites effort.

19 mins – Clare 1-6 Kilkenny 0-5

A Peter Duggan free and a Diarmuid Ryan point the most recent offerings at Cusack Park as the Banner get on top.

20 mins – Cavan 0-6 Kerry 0-4

Another O’Shea free has two between the sides. All of Kerry’s points have come from O’Shea frees.

21 mins – Cavan 0-6 Kerry 0-5

And there’s another one….

22 mins – Clare 1-6 Kilkenny 0-7

Conor Delaney has fired over Kilkenny’s most recent score. This one’s live on TG4, by the way.

24 mins – Tipperary 1-0 Fermanagh 0-2

The latest from the Division 2 clash in Thurles. Brian Fox hit the Tipp goal on six minutes but since then Fermanagh have got the scoreboard moving through Ryan Jones (12 mins) and Sean Quigley (23 mins).

28 mins – Cavan 0-9 Kerry 0-7

Kerry get their first from play through Paul Geaney (27 mins) before Dara McVeety and Conor Rehill get Cavan going again.

29 mins – Clare 1-6 Kilkenny 0-8

Conor Fogarty with the latest Kilkenny point, bringing the gap back to one.

33 mins – Clare 1-8 Kilkenny 0-9

Billy Ryan and Colm Galvin exchanges scores as half-time approaches in Ennis.

34 mins – Cavan 0-10 Kerry 0-7

Conor Madden with Cavan’s most recent score.

7 mins – Tyrone 0-2 Mayo 0-0

Lee Brennan has claimed a forward mark and put the ball over the bar, adding to Darren McCurry’s early free to give the hosts a nice start at Healy Park.

Half-time: Cavan 0-11 Kerry 0-7

11 mins – Tyrone 0-2 Mayo 0-1

The visitors are up and running after Fionn McDonagh popped over a close-range point from play.

Division 1B Hurling League 

Half-time scores:

Carlow 0-7 Galway 0-11

Laois 0-5 Waterford 2-12

Offaly 0-5 Dublin 1-10

Division 3 Football League

Half-time scores:

Longford 1-3 Offaly 0-3

Sligo 1-5 Down 0-6

Division 4 Football League 

Half-time scores:

Limerick 0-9 Waterford 0-5

Wexford 0-5 Antrim 0-5

15 mins – Tyrone 0-2 Mayo 0-2

Ciaran Tracey levels it.

21 mins – Tyrone 0-3 Mayo 0-2

Peter Harte has just slotted over from play to send the Red Hand just in front once again.

Tommy Walsh makes his return for Kerry, sprung from the bench at half-time. He comes in for Jonathan Lyne and is straight onto the edge of the square.

36 mins – Clare 1-9 Kilkenny 0-10

Back underway at Cusack Park and Colm Galvin has got proceedings going again with a point from play.

25 mins – Mayo 0-5 Tyrone 0-3

Two quickfire scores from Andy Moran powers Mayo into the lead. Game on. It’s been fairly end-to-end so far.

37 mins – Cavan 0-11 Kerry 0-8

Back at it again in Breffni Park and yes, you guessed it… Sean O’Shea has fired over another free.

26 mins – Roscommon 0-5 Monaghan 0-3

A Darren O’Malley 45 the latest Roscommon score.

40 mins – Clare 1-12 Kilkenny 0-11

Kevin Kelly has reduced the deficit for Kilkenny, after Peter Duggan added another Clare free.

40 mins — Longford 1-03 Offaly 0-05

Offaly with a strong start to the second half in Pearse Park.

GOAL! Keith Higgins has busted the net to make it 1-6 to 0-3 in favour of Mayo.

Half-time: Roscommon 0-6 Monaghan 0-4

A nice debut for Conor Cox as he fires over his second just before the break.

GOAL! Clare with their second to make it 2-13 to 0-14. Podge Collins.

52 mins – Clare 2-16 Kilkenny 0-14

Podge Collins with a superb score from play as Clare steamroll on in Ennis. Some going.

52 mins – Cavan 0-12 Kerry 0-9

Martin Reilly from placed ball with Cavan’s latest, cancelling out another O’Shea free. Kerry have scored just one point from play in Breffni so far.

12 mins – Cork 0-4 Wexford 0-3

Patrick Horgan splits the posts with another free before the Model county grab one back at the other end. 

55 mins – Cavan 0-12 Kerry 0-11

One-point game in Cavan and Kerry have just gotten a second from play — this time it’s Stephen O’Brien.

Tom O’Sullivan has been black-carded in Breffni. Still one in it as Cavan lead with just over 10 minutes to play.

58 mins – Clare 2-16 Kilkenny 0-18

Kilkenny are tipping over the frees through Kevin Kelly, clawing their way back into this contest.

What do think of that?

18 mins – Cork 0-6 Wexford 0-4

Cathal Dunbarr gets his name on the scoresheet before the Rebels make it a two-point game through Tim O’Mahony.

63 mins – Cavan 0-12 Kerry 0-12

All square in Breffni Park…..

65 mins – Clare 2-19 Kilkenny 0-20

Two important scores – Duggan 65 and Cooney from play.

24 mins – Cork 0-8 Wexford 0-7

Paudie Foley levels it from play on Leeside before the hosts grab the lead once again.

37 mins – Mayo 1-8 Tyrone 0-3

Back underway and Fionn McDonagh has hit the first score of the second half.

Three minutes to go in Cavan and Kerry steal the lead. Back to 1 men and Griffin splits the post. This would be sickening if the Breffni men let it slip.

36 mins – Roscommon 0-6 Monaghan 0-5

Conor McManus is on and the Farney have drawn first blood after the break.

GOAL! David Dunne makes it 1-7 to 0-9 to Wexford in Cork.

72 mins – Kerry 0-15 Cavan 0-12 

Sean O’Shea and Paul Geaney have both slotted over from play to break Cavan hearts at the death.

71 mins – Clare 2-20 Kilkenny 0-22

A big Clare score from the hurl of Niall Deasy. Four minutes of added time being played.

Full-time: Carlow 0-20 Galway 0-20

Some result. #CarlowRising.

40 mins – Roscommon 0-7 Monaghan 0-7

Cox with his third after Monaghan took the lead momentarily.

Full-time: Clare 2-20 Kilkenny 1-22

Late, late Kevin Kelly goal at the death but Clare just about hold on.

John Conlon and Huw Lalor Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

Full-time: Kerry 0-16 Cavan 0-13 

A late surge secures the points for the Kingdom.

Half-time: Cork 0-10 Wexford 1-7

Aidan Walsh with the last score before the whistle at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

51 mins – Mayo 1-10 Tyrone 0-6

Jason Doherty and Lee Brennan exchange points in Omagh.

48 mins – Monaghan 0-9 Roscommon 0-7

Malachy O’Rourke’s men have grabbed the game by the scruff of the neck from the restart and are powering on.

52 mins – Mayo 1-11 Tyrone 0-6

Rob Hennelly extends Mayo’s lead with a free.

Some lovely hurling results….

FT Division 1A Hurling League

Clare 2-20 Kilkenny 1-22

FT Division 1B Hurling League

Carlow 0-20 Galway 0-20

Laois 1-15 Waterford 4-22

Offaly 0-12 Dublin 2-19

FT Division 2A Hurling League 

Kerry 2-17 Westmeath 4-13

Meath 2-15 Antrim 3-13

HT Division 2B Hurling League

Derry 0-9 Donegal 0-8

HT Division 3A Hurling League

Armagh 1-8 Lancashire 0-8

GOAL! Fionn McDonagh blasts past Niall Morgan to extend Mayo’s lead to 11.

55 mins – Roscommon 0-10 Monaghan 0-9

Cox (free) and Niall Kilroy have the Rossies in the lead. 15 or so to go.

FT Division 2 Football League

Tipperary 2-5 Fermanagh 2-5

Armagh 1-13 Clare 2-10

63 mins – Mayo 2-12 Tyrone 0-8 

Niall Morgan with a lovely, badly needed score for Tyrone but things soon go from bad to worse as Michael McKernan is shown a black card.

Not a bad weekend, eh?

36 mins – Cork 0-10 Wexford 1-7

Back underway. Rory O’Connor is in for Wexford.

62 mins – Monaghan 0-10 Roscommon 0-10

Roscommon are down to 13 men, and we’re all square.

37 mins – Wexford 1-9 Cork 0-10

21-year-old O’Connor is straight in with a score to put Wexford in the lead, before some nice team play doubles their lead.

65 mins – Monaghan 0-11 Roscommon 0-10

Dermot Malone puts Monaghan into the lead from play.

70 mins – Mayo 2-13 Tyrone 0-9

Tyrone have just kicked their eighth point from play. Peter Harte’s excellent long-range free before that was their last score.

39 mins – Wexford 1-10 Cork 0-11

Jack O’Connor’s free has Wexford’s lead back to two.

GOAL! Enda Smith fires home a penalty and Roscommon are 1-10 to 0-11 up against Monaghan with 33 minutes of the second half gone.

43 mins – Wexford 1-10 Cork 0-12

Bill Cooper brings it back to a one-point game.

Six minutes added time in the Roscommon-Monaghan clash. 1-10 to 0-12 after Smith’s penalty. A one-point game as Conor McManus fires over another free.

RED CARD! Stephen O’Hanlon has been handed his marching orders while Roscommon’s two black-carded players return to the field. This is all a bit mad. 

1-10 to 0-12 with 37 minutes of the second half played.

45 mins – Wexford 1-11 Cork 0-13

Pa Horgan free the latest offering at the Páirc.

47 mins – Cork 0-13 Wexford 1-11

Daniel Kearney levels matters. 

Real pressure there. Cox is having a day to remember.

41 minutes of the second half played and Roscommon go two points up. Ronan Daly from play. 1-12 to 0-13.

50 mins – Cork 0-15 Wexford 1-13

Conor Lehane with the latest score, his first on an unusually quiet day.

Some win for the Rossies!

54 mins – Wexford 1-14 Cork 0-15

Paudie Foley free the latest score but Dee O’Keefe was so, so close to stealing a goal there.

Full-time: Wicklow 1-12 Leitrim 1-16

A really strong late surge from Terry Hyland’s Leitrim in Aughrim. Ryan O’Rourke rattled the net with 70 minutes on the clock before Shane Moran and Gary Plunkett tagged on further points.

Football full-time scores….

Division 1 

Cavan 0-13 Kerry 0-16
Roscommon 1-12 Monaghan 0-13
Tyrone 0-10 Mayo 2-13

Division 2 

Cork 0-10 Kildare 1-10
Tipperary 2-5 Fermanagh 2-5
Armagh 1-13 Clare 2-10

Division 3 

Longford 1-6 Offaly 0-9
Sligo 1-10 Down 1-12

Division 4

Derry 0-19 London 1-9
Limerick 1-13 Waterford 0-10
Wexford 1-10 Antrim 0-9
Wicklow 1-12 Leitrim 1-16

63 mins – Wexford 1-15 Cork 0-15

Three in it as the minutes run down.

65 mins – Wexford 1-16 Cork 0-16

Jack O’Connor frees, and the latest one from play, had Wexford cruising but Shane Kingston has just pulled one back at the other end.

70 mins – Wexford 1-17 Cork 0-16

Nearly there. Davy Fitz’s men are almost over the line on Leeside. Four minutes additional time to be played though.

72 mins – Wexford 1-18 Cork 0-16

Looks like they’ll hold on. Serious defending from Kevin Foley to keep Cork out while Dunbar slots over at the other end. A five-point lead.

That’s all from me for today’s GAA match tracker. There’s plenty of match reports to be read on The42 and a lot more on today’s action to follow. Thanks for reading, and enjoy your evening!

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