All-Ireland football champions Dublin have been rewarded with 10 places in this year's PwC All-Star football nominations. The high-profile list of 45 names is notable for being spread across 13 counties - the largest representative breakdown since 2008.
Seneschalstown exited the LMFM Minor Football Championship with defeat to St. Colmcille's in Dunganny on Monday night. Despite finishing with 13 scores each it was two goals, one each side of the break that were the difference
Ballinlough and Clann na nGael met on a pitch perfect Kilmainham on Sunday morning for this early start in the Junior Football Championship Semi-Final, and the preparations in both camps couldn't have being more different
With many of the Moynalvey girls having played a camogie championship game just 24hrs earlier, tired legs amid showery underfoot conditions saw them get over the line against a dogged Royal Gaels outfit to progress to the semi-finals.
On an evening more conducive to the indoors rather than football, Walterstown booked their place in the Meath LGFA Kepak Junior A Football Championship semi final thanks to a nine point victory over visitors Moylagh.
Duleek Bellewstown produced a 4th quarter flourish which saw them outscore St Patricks by 1-6 to 0-0 to claim a second successive final berth in this Meade Farm Group IFC semi final which was played on Saturday afternoon in a blustery Pairc Tailteann.