Are you a genius or a bluffer when it comes to what happened at the weekend?
The Dubs were back in the familiar surroundings of Croker yesterday...
"You need to be satisfied [with the result] from a Dublin man's perspective. A 10 point win over Meath any day is a good day in the office."
Following their shock Connacht SFC exit, Mayo will take on Fermanagh in the round 2B of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
Antrim needed extra-time to overcome Derry in a rip-roaring Ulster MHC semi-final this afternoon.
Meath are Christy Ring Cup champions (again) after an incredible 4-21 to 5-17 victory over Antrim after extra time at Croke Park.
Limerick claimed a magnificent 2-6 to 0-9 Round 1B Qualifier victory over Antrim at Corrigan Park.
A model of consistency would be the only way to describe this column so far in the championship season, with last week being a prime example where the three bets tipped in this column all came in as winners.
We're into the height of the GAA season as the games keep coming thick and fast.
The Round 2B All-Ireland football qualifier draw will take place next Monday morning on RTE Radio after the 8.30am news.
Antrim were never going to give up home advantage for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Limerick, even when the carrot of playing in Croke Park was dangled in front of them.
Limerick's chances of progressing in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers have suffered a setback due to the loss of key players for the clash against Antrim.
Here are our previews for all seven football championship matches taking place across the country this weekend.
Brian 'Bam' Neeson will miss out on Antrim's All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 1B tie against Limerick at Corrigan Park on Saturday.
Antrim have revealed their hand for the Christy Ring Cup final replay encounter with Meath at Croke Park on Saturday.
There's another potential conflict of interests as two more of this weekend's championship matches are colliding directly with Northern Ireland's last-sixteen tie.
Antrim manager Frank Fitzsimons has saluted the commitment of GAA players who travel home from the capital to train with their counties.
Eddie McCloskey insists Antrim have learned their lesson from their original Christy Ring Cup final encounter with Meath.
If Antrim win Saturday night's re-fixed Christy Ring Cup final, there will be teams from all four provinces contesting next summer's Leinster SHC.
With six games down for decision over the weekend, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our football team of the week...
Tipperary lead the way on our hurling team of the week...
It was a hectic weekend of GAA action with Galway shocking the football world and Tipp reaching the Munster hurling final. How much do you know about what happened in the last few days?