Galway's outstanding form this spring continued as they burst out of the blocks against Donegal and easily secured their place in the Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 final, their first time to reach that decider since 2015.
Emma Duggan inspired Meath to a second Lidl Ireland NFL Division 3 final in a row with this win against Longford at a sunny Coralstown, Kinnegad. Meath will now face Sligo in the decider in a fortnight's time.
The free-scoring football that was on display when Sligo and Roscommon met in the 2018 Connacht Intermediate final didn't materalise when the sides met again in Longford, but Sligo won't be concerned as they sealed their place in this year's Lidl National League Division 3 final.
National Go Games Week should see 60,000 children getting an opportunity to play in blitzes in each of the 32 counties during the school Easter holidays to mark the start of the 2019 Go Games playing season.
"I have no real interest in football at the moment, the last few weeks even training with the club I haven't really enjoyed it and I just don't have the hunger and the desire to give the commitment to Donegal."
Cavan ladies football manager James Daly welcomed the 'massive win' for his side as they beat Kerry in Killarney to secure their place in next weekend's Lidl Ladies National Football League semi-finals.
Mick Bohan says Dublin will be hurting after Cork avenged their All-Ireland final defeat in the final round of in Lidl NFL Division 1 games, but after the loss Dublin will get another crack at Cork in the semi-final in two weeks' time.
"There's a guy at home, Kieran O'Connor from Aghada and he's going through an enormous battle and just to let him know that we are thinking of him. He played football for Cork. He gave his life to sport and he's a real fan of mine - this one's for Kieran."
Leanne Slevin hit the net twice as Westmeath's ability to score goals at crucial stages proved crucial as they defeated Tipperary by a flattering ten-point margin in this Lidl Division 1 clash at Kinnegad.
Kerry ladies manager Donal O'Doherty said his side are determined to reach the Lidl National Football League Division 2 semi-finals after their six-goal triumph over Wexford put them within a point of a slot in the last four.