compiled by Emma Duffy.
Galway manager Stephen Glennon has expressed his pleasure with making the top four in the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1.
The Tribeswomen booked their semi-final date with TG4 All-Ireland champions Dublin yesterday with a six-point win over Westmeath.
It was a scrappy encounter in Mullingar with Galway made sweat, but they had control of proceedings for the most part.
"We were delighted to get over today," Glennon said afterwards.
"You knew Westmeath were tough. They've been building. They're a decent outfit and I was just trying to get into the space today where we could just get over the line and hopefully put ourselves into a position to claim a semi-final spot.
"I have to credit Westmeath, I was fierce impressed with them. Maybe just towards the end it came down to we wanted it a little bit more because we had the prize of a semi-final at stake but hats off to Westmeath today. I thought they were very good."
On Saturday, Mick Bohan's Sky blues ensured that they'll finish at the summit of Division 1 by seeing off already-relegated Kerry by 1-16 to 1-11 at DCU (St Clare's).
Sinead Goldrick netted Dublin's goal while Donegal raised four green flags in their emphatic 4-11 to 2-3 victory over holders Cork in Letterkenny, Yvonne Bonner and TG4 All Star Niamh Hegarty grabbing a brace each.
The six in-a-row chasing Rebelettes already had their semi-final place booked though, and they now face Mayo after their win over Monaghan.
Their entertaining meeting in Swinford threw up nine goals, with Sarah Rowe bagging three of the Westerners' while her DCU teammate Muireann Atkinson hit a brace at the other end.
Mayo's inside forward line of Rowe and the Kelly sisters - Niamh and Grace - were on fire, combining for 4-8, but Peter Leahy's charges were made work for the win throughout.
In Division 2, Waterford will meet Cavan in the semi-finals, while Tipperary have been paired with Armagh.
Tipperary and Waterford had already secured a safe passage to the last four ahead of the final phase of group fixtures, which were rescheduled round 5 clashes.
Waterford finished on top of the pile yesterday on head-to-head, as they claimed a 1-19 to 2-6 victory over Shane Ronayne's side at WIT.
Maria Delahunty impressed throughout and rattled the net before half-time as TG4 All-Ireland intermediate champions Tipperary suffered their first defeat since 2016.
The Munster rivals and promotion hopefuls were joined in the semi-finals by Cavan and Armagh.
It was all or nothing in Drumragh between the Breffni and Tyrone with a top four position up for grabs for the winner. James Daly's side came out on top with Donna English's late goal sealing their progression.
Armagh comfortably beat Clare by 11 points in Milltown. TG4 All-Star Aimee Mackin sparkled on the day, finishing with 2-6 and inspiring her side to their semi-final berth.
Meanwhile, Sligo were relegated from Division 2 after their clash with Laois finished 4-12 to 2-12.
In Division 3, table-toppers Wexford will face Kildare in the semi-finals, while Meath will play Down.
Leitrim are relegated while in Division 4, there's one outstanding issue to be resolved.
Victory for Antrim over Derry in the remaining group fixture on Tuesday evening would seem them leapfrog Fermanagh into fourth place.
Weekend results (Sunday unless otherwise stated)
Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1:
Dublin 1-16 Kerry 1-11 (SAT)
Donegal 4-11 Cork 2-3 (SAT)
Mayo 6-11 Monaghan 3-11
Westmeath 0-7 Galway 0-13
Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2:
Clare 1-10 Armagh 2-18
Sligo 2-12 Laois 4-12
Tyrone 1-9 Cavan 1-18
Tipperary 2-6 Waterford 1-19
Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3:
Offaly 4-12 Wexford 4-8
Lidl Ladies National Football League semi-final pairings:
Cork v Mayo
Dublin v Galway
Waterford v Cavan
Tipperary v Armagh
Wexford v Kildare
Meath v Down
Fixtures to be played on the weekend of April 21/22. Times and venues to be confirmed by the LGFA.