Allianz HL Division 1A round 5
Cork 1-16 Tipperary 1-29, Pairc Ui Rinn FT
Wexford 1-19 Kilkenny 1-12, Innovate Wexford Park FT
Allianz HL Division 1B round 5
Waterford 1-18 Galway 2-13, Walsh Park FT
Allianz HL Division 1B relegation play-off
Offaly 1-16 Carlow 2-14, O'Connor Park FT
Allianz HL Division 2A final
Westmeath 0-12 Kerry 0-10, Cusack Park, Ennis, FT
Allianz HL Division 2A round 2
London 1-10 Mayo 0-16, McGovern Park FT
Allianz HL Division 2B final
Derry 0-08 Wicklow 1-09, Inniskeen FT
Allianz HL Division 3A final
Roscommon 0-14 Armagh 0-11, Pairc Tailteann FT
Allianz HL Division 3B final
Sligo 3-10 Longford 2-15, Connacht GAA Centre - AET
HL3B: Longford 2-15 Sligo 3-10 FT
Longford are the champions.
Ah here ref, blow it up..
HL3B: Longford 2-15 Sligo 3-10 ET being played
O'Kelly Lynch sends a piledriver just over the crossbar.
HL3B: Longford 2-15 Sligo 3-09 ET being played
Longford tag on a point, surely they have enough done, we're into the last minute.
HL3B: Longford 2-14 Sligo 3-09 ET being played
O'Kelly Lynch points from play, four minutes into the second half of extra time.
HL3B: Longford 2-14 Sligo 3-08 HT
Three point lead for the Midlanders at the break.
Division 1 semi-finals:
Limerick v Tipperary/Dublin Galway/Wexford v Clare/Waterford
HL3B: Longford 2-14 Sligo 3-08
Point for Sligo as Kevin Banks nails a score.
Goal - Longford
This game is back and forth as Longford hit a second goal, they lead by 2-14 to 3-07.
Extra time to be played in 3B final!!!!!
Sligo and Longford play out a 1-13 to 3-07 draw and we're so delighted...
HL3B: Longford 1-13 Sligo 3-07
O'Kelly Lynch nails a free as we enter added time.
Details for 2020 Allianz Hurling League:
Division 1 Group A: Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Galway, Westmeath & winner of Cork v Kilkenny play-off Division 1 Group B = Wexford, Clare, Dublin, Laois, Carlow & loser of Cork v Kilkenny play-off.
HL3B: Longford 1-13 Sligo 3-06
A pointed free has Longford back in the lead, 33 minutes played.
The remaining three NHL quarterfinal pairings are Galway v. Wexford; Tipperary v. Dublin and Clare v. Waterford.
HL3B: Longford 1-12 Sligo 3-06
The sides are level, 32 minutes played.
Goal - Sligo
Sligo finishing strong as they hit their third goal, they lead by 3-06 to 1-10. Kevin Gilmartin with the finish.
HL3B: Longford 1-10 Sligo 2-06
We've hit the 65th minute mark and Longford lead by one point.
Sligo change as Ruairi Brennan replaces O'Kennedy.
Quarterfinal line up:
Confirmation, Tipperary will be home to Dublin in the Allianz Hurling League Quarter finals. Galway will be home to Wexford. Clare and Waterford will have to toss a coin for home advantage in their last eight meeting.
Longford have hit two quick points, they now lead by 1-08 to 1-05.
HL3B: Longford 1-06 Sligo 1-05
Kelly is fouled and Gerard O'Kelly-Lynch points the free.
HL1B: Offaly 1-16 Carlow 2-14 FT
Amazing stuff in O'Connor Park as Carlow who played three quarters of the match with 14 men, come storming back in the second half to relegate Carlow and retain their 1B status.
HL1B: Waterford 1-18 Galway 2-13 FT
Remarkable second half by Waterford who looked out of this game at half time.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-14 Armagh 0-11 FT
Roscommon are the champions as they overcome a battling Armagh side to take the title.
HL1A: Cork 1-16 Tipperary 1-29 FT
Tipp's training camp certainly did them no harm as they put in their best performance to date.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-12 Kerry 0-10 FT
Westmeath come from five points down to win the title and gain promotion to 1B for next year.
Goal - Waterford
Shane Bennett's goal puts Waterford into the lead 1-18 to 2-13, we're in the 39th minute.
HL1A: Wexford 1-19 Kilkenny 1-12 FT
Wexford come good in the second half and are worthy winners here. Brian Cody is having a lengthy chat with referee Alan Kelly.
HL2B: Derry 0-08 Wicklow 1-09 FT
A brilliant finish by Wicklow included a Michael Boland goal which sees them lift the title.
Red Card - Kilkenny
The Cats finish the match with 14 players after Conor Delaney is shown a red card.
HL1A: Cork 1-13 Tipperary 1-28
Sub Luke Meade points for Cork, four minutes of added time to be played.
HL1A: Wexford 1-19 Kilkenny 1-12
Jack O'Connor points from '45 metres, we're into added time.
HL1A: Wexford 1-18 Kilkenny 1-12
Alan Murphy points from 20 metres, 68 minutes played.
Carlow take the lead against Offaly, 2-13 to 1-15, 66 minutes played.
Goal - Wexford
Cathal Dunbar taps home from close range, Wexford lead by 1-18 to 1-11.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-12 Armagh 0-10
Eoin McGuinness hits a good score from play.
HL2B: Derry 0-08 Wicklow 1-08
Andy O'Brien finds room to point.
HL1A: Cork 1-11 Tipperary 1-26
Good score by Shane Kingston.
Goal - Wicklow
Michael Boland goals for Wicklow and they lead by 1-07 to 0-08, huge moment in the game.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-12 Kerry 0-10
Doyle hits another big free over the bar.
Goal - Cork
Aidan Walsh's initial effort is blocked before he whips the ball to the net.
HL1B: Offaly 1-13 Carlow 2-10
Serious work rate by Carlow and they are level in the 61st minute.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-11 Kerry 0-10
Points from Killian Doyle and Derek McNicholas have Westmeath in front.
HL1A: Cork 0-10 Tipperary 1-25
In plenty of space, Cork sub Robbie O'Flynn points. Heavy rain falling now.
Red Card - Cork
Silly reaction by Seamus Harnedy who is shown a red card for a wild swing on James Barry.
HL1A: Wexford 0-17 Kilkenny 1-11
Wexford go three points clear as Lee Chin scores two points.
Galway haning on against Waterford, their lead is down to three points, 2-12 to 0-15.
HL2B: Derry 0-08 Wicklow 0-07
Kearns hits the target again.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-09 Kerry 0-10
Massive long range free by Killian Doyle sails over the bar, 54 minutes played.
HL1A: Cork 0-09 Tipperary 1-24
Outstanding stuff by Tipp as Forde drives over a free from out the field.
HL1A: Cork 0-09 Tipperary 1-23
Two in a row for Breen and five in total now.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-08 Kerry 0-10
A second consecutive point for Killian Doyle and the gap is back to two.
HL1A: Cork 0-09 Tipperary 1-22
Man of the match contender Breen pops over his fourth point.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-07 Kerry 0-10
Super score by Killian Doyle.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-10 Armagh 0-07
Dolan's free puts the Rossies three clear.
HL1A: Cork 0-09 Tipperary 1-20
Forde is back to form as he points a free.
HL1A: Wexford 0-13 Kilkenny 1-11
Just a solitary point between the sides now.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-06 Kerry 0-10
Allan Devine takes over the free taking duties and scores from his first effort.
HL1A: Cork 0-09 Tipperary 1-19
Impressive score by Conor Lehane, but he's been quiet all game.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-05 Kerry 0-10
Padraig Boyle adds another point for Kerry.
HL1A: Cork 0-08 Tipperary 1-19
Forde from play. Poor stuff by Cork and they at home.
HL1A: Cork 0-08 Tipperary 1-18
Simple free for Forde.
HL1A: Cork 0-08 Tipperary 1-17
Bill Cooper hits a badly needed score for Cork.
HL1A: Wexford 0-11 Kilkenny 1-11
Alan Murphy sends a free over the bar.
Goal - Tipperary
Forde breaks through and it's a simple goal. 1-17 to 0-07, hard to see a way back for Cork now.
HL1A: Cork 0-07 Tipperary 0-17
Breen gets his third point of the game.
Goal - Carlow
A second goal for the Barrowsiders and it's game on in O'Connor Park, 1-12 to 2-05.
HL1A: Cork 0-07 Tipperary 0-16
Horgan drills a free over the bar.
HL1A: Wexford 0-10 Kilkenny 1-10
Excellent score by Rory O'Connor while on the run.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-05 Kerry 0-09
Darragh Clinton continues his good form with a point for Westmeath.
Goal - Carlow
Perfect start to the second half as Carlow goal in the opening minute.
HL2B: Derry 0-05 Wicklow 0-04
Fine score by Eoin McCormack.
HL1A: Wexford 0-09 Kilkenny 1-10
Sub Foley points with virtually his first touch.
HL3B: Longford 1-04 Sligo 0-02
A goal for Longford and they go five points clear in the blink of an eye.
Wexford change as Paudie Foley replaces Darren Byrne for the second half.
HL3B: Longford 0-04 Sligo 0-02
We've played 19 minutes and Longford lead by double scores!!
Another Longford score makes it 0-03 to 0-01 after 14 minutes.
Twelve minutes gone in the HL3B final and Longford lead Sligo by 0-02 to 0-1. The sides met in the group stage last weekend and Sligo hammered today's opponents, but expect this clash to be a lot closer. Joe Starr was the Sligo scorer.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-07 Armagh 0-06 HT
Little to separate the sides in the opening half.
HL1A: Cork 0-06 Tipperary 0-16 HT
Tipp showed no mercy with the wind and hold a ten-point lead at half time.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-04 Kerry 0-09 HT
Kerry were the more industrious with the ball in the opening half.
HL1B: Offaly 1-11 Carlow 0-03 HT
Offaly made good use of the wind in the opening half as Carlow are down to 14 men following the dismissal of Edward Byrne.
HL1B: Waterford 0-07 Galway 2-11 FT
Waterford not at the races here in the opening half.
HL1A: Cork 0-06 Tipperary 0-15
Michael Breen floats over a point from the half way line.
HL1A: Wexford 0-08 Kilkenny 1-10 HT
Wexford will have a strong wind behind them in the second half.
HL1A: Wexford 0-08 Kilkenny 1-10
Jack O'Connor is on target from a '65.
HL2A: London 1-10 Mayo 0-16 FT
Mayo win and retain their 2A status.
HL2B: Derry 0-05 Wicklow 0-03
From out on the sideline, Eamonn Kearns sends over a great score.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-04 Kerry 0-09
Shane Conway puts Kerry into a decent lead from his latest free.
HL1A: Wexford 0-07 Kilkenny 0-10
Eoin Murphy sends over a monster free from 90 metres.
HL1A: Wexford 0-07 Kilkenny 1-09
Wow, good score by Jack O'Connor from a tight angle. Alan Murphy responds for KK.
HL1A: Cork 0-06 Tipperary 0-12
Forde is on form from frees as he converts yet another.
HL1A: Wexford 0-06 Kilkenny 1-08
Under pressure, Rory O'Connor manages to get his shot away and score.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-04 Kerry 0-07
Conway has been unerring from frees as he sends another one over the bar.
HL1A: Wexford 0-05 Kilkenny 1-08
Morris to Shaun Murphy and he splits the posts.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-04 Kerry 0-06
A third converted free for Mitchell.
London down to 13 men men as Garrett Lenihan picks up a second yellow card.
HL1A: Wexford 0-04 Kilkenny 1-08
Morris points a free from 42 metres.
HL2B: Derry 0-05 Wicklow 0-01
Mullen edges Derry four points clear from a free.
HL1A: Cork 0-05 Tipperary 0-11
Forde lets fly from the half way line and this free is straight between the posts.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-03 Kerry 0-06
Shane Conway dds another point for Kerry.
HL1A: Wexford 0-03 Kilkenny 1-08
Murphy from a close range free.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-03 Kerry 0-05
Daniel Collins points as we have a change of referee in Ennis.
HL1A: Wexford 0-03 Kilkenny 1-07
Blanchfield tags on a point to the goal he already scored.
HL1A: Wexford 0-03 Kilkenny 1-06
Alan Murphy points a free as KK use the wind wisely.
HL1A: Cork 0-04 Tipperary 0-10
In loads of space, Seamus Callanan points those all day.
HL1A: Cork 0-04 Tipperary 0-09
Forde points from play this time, Tipp dominating, 16 minutes played.
HL1A: Wexford 0-03 Kilkenny 1-04
Paul Morris is on target from a 25 metre free.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-03 Kerry 0-04
Padraig Boyle gets his first score of the match, before Mitchell replies from a free.
HL1A: Cork 0-04 Tipperary 0-07
On the run, O'Meara points from off the stick.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-04 Armagh 0-02
Dean Gaffney points for the Orchard County.
HL1A: Cork 0-04 Tipperary 0-05
Guess who? Horgan from a free.
HL1B: Waterford 0-06 Galway 1-05
Jamie Barron is on hand to tag on a point for the Deise.
HL2B: Derry 0-03 Wicklow 0-01
Christy Moorehouse gets Wicklow off the mark.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-02 Kerry 0-03
Jack Goulding puts Kerry in the lead for the first time from a well taken line ball.
HL1A: Cork 0-03 Tipperary 0-04
Forde and Niall O'Meara are on target for Tipp.
Red Card - Carlow
Carlow down to 14 men as Edward Byrne is sent off, they trail Offaly by 1-04 to 0-00.
HL1A: Wexford 0-02 Kilkenny 1-04
Walter Walsh adds another for Kilkenny.
HL1A: Wexford 0-02 Kilkenny 1-03
From 80 metres, Eoin Murphy points a free.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-02 Armagh 0-01
Danny Magee points for Armagh.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-02 Kerry 0-02
A second Conway free has the sides level.
HL1A: Cork 0-02 Tipperary 0-02
Jason Forde has his angles right as he pops over a free.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-02 Kerry 0-01
Shane Conway converts a free for Kerry.
HL3A: Roscommon 0-02 Armagh 0-00
Conor Mulry doubles Roscommon's lead.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-02 Kerry 0-00
A point from play for Killian Doyle.
HL1A: Cork 0-02 Tipperary 0-01
Patrick Horgan taps over a simple free.
HL2B: Derry 0-02 Wicklow 0-00
Two points from Richie Mullen, from a free and play put Down into an early lead.
HL2A: Westmeath 0-01 Kerry 0-00
Opening score goes the way of Westmeath as Niall Mitchell converts a free.
Goal - Kilkenny
Liam Blanchfield does well in the opening minute to get the opening goal.
HL2A: London 1-06 Mayo 0-11
We're 42 minutes in and Mayo have a three-point lead.
HL2A: London 1-05 Mayo 0-08
London pop over the last score of the half and the sides are level at the break. All to play for in the second half, a draw will do Mayo, but London need the win.
The hailstones have started to fall in Innovate Wexford Park, brrrrr.
Three minutes added time to be played at the end of the first half in Ruislip.
HL2A: London 1-04 Mayo 0-08
Straight away London respond, decent finish to the opening half here.
HL2A: London 1-03 Mayo 0-08
Mayo taking their chances here and they lead by two points as we hit the 31st minute mark.
HL2A: London 1-03 Mayo 0-07
London pull a point back, 27 minutes played.
Tadgh Healy rifles the ball to the net.
HL2A: London 1-02 Mayo 0-07
Boland again from a placed ball.
HL2A: London 1-02 Mayo 0-06
Sustained pressure by Mayo earns a '65 which Boland points, 23 minutes played.
Walsh Park seems to be getting the brunt of the weather as strong winds batter the grounds, while heavy rain has turned to snow.
HL2A: London 1-02 Mayo 0-05
The sides are level for the third time in the game as Sean Regan fires over a great score.
HL2A: London 1-02 Mayo 0-04
Boland frees over his second free of the afternoon, 18 minutes played.
Goal - London
This could well be a big moment in the match as the Exiles find the net in the 16th minute.
HL2A: London 0-02 Mayo 0-03
Decent score by Eanna Ryan edges Mayo into the lead.
HL2A: London 0-02 Mayo 0-02
Ten minutes played now and the sides are still level, but have added a score each to their tallies.
Looks like all of today's games will go ahead, despite the weather, but the wind looks set to play havoc.
Mayo's score came from a Shane Boland free, six minutes played now.
HL2A: London 0-01 Mayo 0-01
Only two minutes on the clock and both sides are on the scoreboard.
Both teams line out as named..
The loser of this game will be relegated to 2B next year, while a draw would secure Mayo's status in 2A.
There's been a mixture of sunshine and hailstones in McGovern Park, Ruislip ahead of the HL2A clash between London and Mayo.
There is also a relegation play-off to be decided as Offaly and Carlow meet at O'Connor Park with the loser going down to HL2A next year.
Derry and Wicklow face off in the HL2B final at Inniskeen, while Roscommon and Armagh do battle in the HL3A decider at PAirc Tailteann, Navan. In the HL3B final, Sligo and Longford meet at the Connacht Centre of Excellence.
Westmeath and Kerry go head to head in Cusack Park, Ennis in the HL2A final. Westmeath narrowly defeated the Kingdom in the group phase and this contest should be very tight indeed.
We have silverware on offer as the lower division's finals take place with four deciders on offer.
With no relegation from HL1A, it is all about booking a place in the quarterfinals.
Waterford will be hoping that Walsh Park stands up to the poor weather when Galway visit them.
Wexford and Kilkenny will try again at Wexford Park, while Tipperary travel to Pairc Ui Rinn to face Cork in HL1A.
We should be looking forward to the remaining NHL quarterfinals and see who joins Limerick in the semi-finals, but last week's bad weather put paid to that and instead, we have three rescheduled games in the top two divisions.
Hurling all the way
The small ball code takes centre stage this afternoon as we have nine games down for decision and plenty of silverware on offer.
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