Connacht FBD FL round 1
Sligo 0-11 Galway 1-12, Connacht GAA Centre, 7pm FT
Leitrim 1-03 Roscommon 2-14, Leitrim COE, 7pm FT
O'Byrne Cup round 2
Dublin 1-13 Offaly 0-16, Parnell Park, 8pm FT
Kildare 0-09 Louth 2-11, Hawkfield, 8pm FT
Carlow 0-07 Meath 0-09, Netwatch Cullen Park, 8pm FT
McKenna Cup round 1
Tyrone 4-20 Antrim 2-11, Athletic Grounds, 8pm FT
Cavan 0-15 St Mary's 0-12, Kingspan Breffni 3G, 8pm FT
Down 0-13 Armagh 2-12, Pairc Esler, 8pm FT
Derry 2-14 UUJ 3-10, Owenbeg, 8pm FT
Donegal 2-16 Queen's 0-06, Ballybofey, 8pm FT
Fermanagh 2-11 Monaghan 0-12, Brewster Park, 8pm FT
Walsh Cup round 2
Laois 1-11 Kilkenny 6-24, O'Moore Park, 7pm FT
Wexford 1-20 Carlow 0-18, Hollymount, 8pm FT
Meath 0-14 Dublin 4-17, Abbotstown, 8pm FT
Okay, that's all the full-time results in on a hectic night of action - thanks for following our Match Tracker. All the best!
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Fermanagh 2-11 Monaghan 0-12
Rory Gallagher's reign in Fermanagh is off to a flying start!
O'Byrne Cup full time: Kildare 0-9 Louth 2-11
A stunning victory for Pete McGrath's Louth at Hawkfield!
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Cavan: 0-15 St Mary's 0-12
The students asked plenty of questions; Cavan had all the answers!
O'Byrne Cup full time: Carlow 0-7 Meath 0-9
Donal Lenihan and Ben Brennan with late points as the Royals grind out an unconvincing victory.
O'Byrne Cup full time: Dublin 1-13 Offaly 0-16
Offaly were brilliant in the second half but Dublin hold on for a draw!
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Down 0-13 Armagh 2-12
The bragging rights go back to the Orchard County!
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Donegal 2-15 Queen's 0-6
A facile victory for Donegal at Ballybofey.
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Derry 2-14 UUJ 3-10
An exciting finish at Owenbeg where the Oak Leafers prevail!
Dr McKenna Cup full time: Tyrone 4-20 Antrim 2-11
Not quite double scores for the Red Hands!
Walsh Cup full time: Wexford 1-20 Carlow 0-18
The Model County pull away in the last quarter to open their campaign with a battling win.
Walsh Cup full time: Meath 0-14 Dublin 4-17
A comprehensive win for the Dublin hurlers.
Dr McKenna Cup: Derry 2-12 UUJ 2-10
Ciaran McFaul with a couple of crucial Derry points.
Walsh Cup: Wexford 1-19 Carlow 0-17
Conor McDonald points as Wexford start to pull away.
Dr McKenna Cup: Cavan: 0-12 St Mary's 0-11
Conor Madden has Cavan in front with time running out.
Matthew Fitzpatrick with another Antrim consolation.
David Mulgrew's fourth free means it's all-square between Derry and UUJ!
O'Byrne Cup: Dublin 1-12 Offaly 0-12
Chris Carthy on target - Dublin just about doing enough.
Aidan Breen for Fermanagh who are on course to beat Monaghan - 2-6 to 0-9 at the minute.
Danny Tallon goals for 14-man UUJ against Derry!
Niall Sludden high to the roof of the Antrim net on the hour - Tyrone leading by 4-17 to 1-6!
Dr McKenna Cup: Cavan: 0-10 St Mary's 0-11
Kavanagh's free restores the students' advantage.
O'Byrne Cup: Kildare 0-7 Louth 2-9
Bevan Duffy with the ninth Louth point.
Frank Burns was probably going for a point but Tyrone have their third three-pointer, 3-16 to 1-5.
Cathal Dunbar nets for the Wexford hurlers and they move three ahead of Carlow, 1-15 to 0-15!
Callum Duffin fists to the Tyrone net but Antrim trail by 2-16 to 1-5!
Ronan Lappin nets Armagh's second and they lead Down by 2-10 to 0-8!
A Graham Reilly goal is ruled out and Meath now trail Carlow by 0-7 to 0-6!
O'Byrne Cup: Kildare 0-7 Louth 2-8
A Butler free sails over into the breeze to make it double scores.
Cian McBride for the third goal for the Dublin hurlers against Meath to make it 3-12 to 0-8!
O'Byrne Cup: Dublin 1-10 Offaly 0-10
Shane Carthy point for the holders.
UUJ's Rory Brennan is off!
Dr McKenna Cup: Donegal 2-8 Queen's 0-3
Jamie Brennan fires one over for Donegal.
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Fermanagh 1-5 Monaghan 0-8
A Garland free has Monaghan level again.
O'Byrne Cup: Carlow 0-5 Meath 0-6
Graham Reilly has the Royals back in front.
O'Byrne Cup: Kildare 0-7 Louth 2-7
Gerard McSorley increases Louth's lead.
McAliskey for Tyrone and it's 2-12 to 0-4!
Terence O'Brien from the penalty spot as UUJ take control against Derry!
Conall Jones with a huge score for Fermanagh, who lead Monaghan by 1-5 to 0-6!
Andrew Murnin gives Armagh breathing space against Down - 1-10 to 0-5!
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 1-12 Antrim 0-4
McCurry follows up with one from play.
Walsh Cup: Wexford 0-9 Carlow 0-10
Eoin Nolan has the Barrowsiders in front!
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 1-11 Antrim 0-4
An early free from McCurry at the start of the second half.
O'Byrne Cup half time: Carlow 0-3 Meath 0-4
A low-scoring first half at Dr Cullen Park leaves it all to play for in the second!
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Tyrone 1-10 Antrim 0-4
Business as usual for the Red Hands.
Walsh Cup half time: Wexford 0-9 Carlow 0-8
A real cracker of a contest at Hollymount.
Walsh Cup half time: Meath 0-7 Dublin 2-11
The Dubs will have a ten-point lead when the action resumes. Robbie McMahon and Fionn O’Riain-Broin got their goals in the first half.
O'Byrne Cup half time: Kildare 0-7 Louth 2-6
Kilkerley's Tadhg McEnaney with two excellent first-half goals for the Wee County!
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Fermanagh 0-5 Monaghan 0-6
Monaghan just about in front at the break thanks to Niall Kearns' injury-time point.
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Cavan: 0-5 St Mary's 0-8
The students making the running so far on the artificial surface in Breffni.
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Derry 1-6 UUJ 0-8
Enda Lynn's goal has the Oak Leaf County in front.
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Down 0-5 Armagh 0-9
The Orchard County reel off the last three points to lead by four at the break.
Dr McKenna Cup half time: Donegal 2-5 Queen's 0-2
Michael Langan and debutant Nathan Mullins - son of Dublin legend Brian - with the Donegal goals.
Connacht SFL full time: Leitrim 1-3 Roscommon 2-14
A routine win for the Rossies at Annaduff.
O'Byrne Cup half time: Dublin 1-8 Offaly 0-6
One first-half wide from the Dubs.
Padraig McNulty drives the ball to the Antrim net and Tyrone lead by 1-10 to 0-3!
O'Byrne Cup: Dublin 1-8 Offaly 0-6
The impressive Basquel grabs himself another score.
Connacht SLF full time: Sligo 0-11 Galway 1-12
Galway open their season with a hard-fought victory.
Dr McKenna Cup: Down 0-5 Armagh 0-6
Ronan Millar's third point halves the difference in Newry.
O'Byrne Cup: Dublin 1-7 Offaly 0-5
The Faithful County are giving the Dubs plenty to think about at Parnell Park!
Walsh Cup full time: Laois 1-11 Kilkenny 6-24
The first result of the night is in and it's fair to suggest that the Cats have hit the 2018 ground running!
Dr McKenna Cup: Fermanagh 0-3 Monaghan 0-5
James Wilson registers the fifth Farney point.
Brendan Gallagher nets a Leitrim penalty but they trail Roscommon by 2-14 to 1-2!
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 0-8 Antrim 0-3
Frank Burns for Tyrone as they start to flex their muscle.
Walsh Cup: Wexford 0-8 Carlow 0-6
Harry Kehoe with a point for the Model men.
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 0-6 Antrim 0-3
Double scores thanks to Cathal McShane.
Dr McKenna Cup: Derry 1-4 UUJ 0-6
Ruairi Mooney marks his debut with a point.
O'Byrne Cup: Carlow 0-0 Meath 0-3
Donal Lenihan with Meath's third score of the night.
Dr McKenna Cup: Fermanagh 0-3 Monaghan 0-3
Conall Jones has the Erne men level again.
O'Byrne Cup: Carlow 0-0 Meath 0-2
It's been a mind-numbing start at DCP! Ben Brennan (free) and Tom O'Reilly with the Meath points.
Enda Lynn palms to the net as Derry come from behind to lead UUJ.
Dr McKenna Cup: Donegal 0-5 Queen's 0-0
Langan nails a 19th-minute free.
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 0-4 Antrim 0-1
A McAliskey free flies over. Then Darren McCurry adds another one.
Walsh Cup: Wexford 0-5 Carlow 0-4
Lee Chin belts over a long-range free.
Dr McKenna Cup: Cavan: 0-1 St Mary's 0-3
Full forward Darragh Kavanagh with the students' third point.
Dr McKenna Cup: Down 0-1 Armagh 0-3
Aidan Forker's free edges Armagh tow clear.
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 0-2 Antrim 0-1
Conor McGourty with Antrim's first score of the year.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-10 Galway 1-10
A Marren '45' ensures that Sligo remain in the hunt.
Walsh Cup: Meath 0-2 Dublin 0-6
The Dubs have made a very tidy start at Abbotstown.
O'Byrne Cup: Dublin 1-2 Offaly 0-3
Basquel fists a Dubs point to double their advantage.
Dr McKenna Cup: Donegal 0-1 Queen's 0-0
Michael Langan knocks over a Donegal free.
Dr McKenna Cup: Fermanagh 0-1 Monaghan 0-1
But Sean Quigley replies from a free.
Dr McKenna Cup: Fermanagh 0-0 Monaghan 0-1
David Garland points for the visitors.
Dr McKenna Cup: Tyrone 0-1 Antrim 0-0
Captain Mattie Donnelly on target for the holders.
Walsh Cup: Wexford 0-2 Carlow 0-2
Jack Kavanagh with the Carlow equaliser.
Dr McKenna Cup: Cavan: 0-1 St Mary's 0-0
Niall McKiernan registers the first score at Breffni Park.
4-14 to 1-5 the latest score between Kilkenny and Laois.
It's taken the All-Ireland champions five minutes to get their first goal of the new year - Colm Basquel the scorer for Dublin after Offaly had posted the first two points: 1-0 to 0-2!
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 2-9
Donie Smith with Roscommon's third since the restart.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 2-8
Ciaran Murtagh follows up with another.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 2-7
Cregg adds to the Rossies tally.
Connor McAliskey replaces Harry Loughran in Tyrone's starting XV.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-6 Galway 1-8
The ever-dependable Marren replies after his own effort had hit the woodwork.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-5 Galway 1-8
Adrian Varley increases the gap upon the resumption.
Carlow had a great win at the weekend and will be hoping to add Meath's scalp to that of Wicklow tonight.
In about ten-twelve minutes, we'll have no fewer than 14 games running simultaneously.
Richie Reid, Conor Martin and Chris Bolger hit those three first-half goals for the Cats.
It's half time now in the three 7pm throw-ins. Eleven more games will start at 8.
Connacht SFL half time: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 2-6
The Rossies have established a commanding ten-point lead by the break.
Connacht SLF half time: Sligo 0-5 Galway 1-7
The Tribe by double scores at the interval.
Diarmuid Murtagh supplies the second Roscommon major, palming to the net on the stroke of half time - 2-6 to 0-2!
Walsh Cup half time: Laois 1-5 Kilkenny 3-8
Every game counts for Brian Cody and his players.
The atmosphere is building up around Ulster ahead of the start of the McKenna Cup.
We are good to go. Rory Gallaghers first game in charge. Good crowd coming in. Throw in at 8pm pic.twitter.com/iq6cDboDXr— Fermanagh GAA (@FermanaghGAA) January 3, 2018
Kilkenny starting to find holes in the Laois defence - 3-8 to 1-4!
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-4 Galway 1-7
That man Cooke is successful from another free.
Sean Kelly nets for Galway and they lead Sligo by 1-6 to 0-4!
Andrew Smith, Emmet Carolan, James Craven, Eimhin Keenan, Ronan Grufferty and James Butler will all start for Louth for the first time tonight against Kildare.
Walsh Cup: Laois 1-4 Kilkenny 2-6
Five between them as we approach the 30-minute mark.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 1-4
But almost immediately Murtagh knocks over another free.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-2 Roscommon 1-3
Brendan Gallagher pulls one back.
Finbar Cregg with a decisive strike for Roscommon, who now lead Leitrim by 1-3 to 0-1.
With 13 minutes left in the first half, Kilkenny now lead Laois by 2-5 to 1-4.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-3 Galway 0-5
Marren with all three of Sligo's scores to date.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-2 Galway 0-5
Frankie Burke from Annaghdown with the latest point.
Two between them now at O'Moore Park, Kilkenny leading by 1-5 to 1-3.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-2 Galway 0-4
But a Marren free keeps the Yeats men in touch.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-1 Galway 0-4
Patrick Sweeney increases the gap to three.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-1 Galway 0-3
A third Cooke free leaves two between them.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-1 Roscommon 0-3
Darren Carberry opens the hosts' account after Murtagh notched his third point, this one from play.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-1 Galway 0-2
Cooke clips over his second free.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-0 Roscommon 0-2
Diarmuid Murtagh doubles his and the Rossies' tally.
But the Cats have also netted and now lead by 1-4 to 1-1...
Laois have rose to the challenge at hand and are currently level with Kilkenny - 1-1 to 0-4 after nine minutes!
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-1 Galway 0-1
Adrian Marren ties things up.
Connacht SFL: Leitrim 0-0 Roscommon 0-1
Diarmuid Murtagh opens the scoring from a free.
Connacht SLF: Sligo 0-0 Galway 0-1
Peter Cooke converts a Galway free.
Walsh Cup: Laois 0-0 Kilkenny 0-2
The Cats fly out of the blocks!
All of tonight's games have survived the inclement weather and will throw in as scheduled. Last night might have been a different story.
All set here in Hawkfield for our O'Byrne cup game v Kildare pic.twitter.com/RFd90eNG7Y— Louth GAA (@louthgaa) January 3, 2018
There will be plenty of intercounty rookies on show tonight - how will they fare? A nice smattering of experience on most teams, too. No rest for the wicked. No substitute for match practice and all that.
Both Connacht FBD league games and Laois V Kilkenny in the hurling will commence in about ten minutes.
Ronan Daly replaces the ill Niall Kilroy at centre forward on the Rocsommon XV. Niall McGovern comes in at full forward for Leitrim in place of Darragh Rooney.
Hopefully, the seemingly-omnipresent wind will ease and we'll have a great night's action. I'll be back soon.
No shortage of big hitters (or derbies) on show in the small-ball code as Kilkenny travel to Laois (7pm), Dublin and Meath collide at Abbotstown, and Wexford host Carlow.
In the second round of Leinster football's subsidiary competition, holders Dublin make their first appearance of the year against Offaly at Parnell Park, while Kildare and Meath also open their accounts, at home to Louth and away to Carlow respectively. These games are also at 8pm.
Dr McKenna Cup
At 8pm, a full programme of fixtures up north sees all nine Ulster counties in action for the first time this year: Tyrone face Antrim in Armagh; Fermanagh welcome Monaghan to Enniskillen; Down entertain neighbours Armagh in Newry; and Cavan, Derry and Donegal are all at home against third-level opposition (St Mary's, UUJ and Queen's respectively).
Connacht senior football league
Sligo and Galway lock horns at Connacht GAA Centre, while Leitrim host Roscommon. Both games commence at 7pm.
The Dr McKenna Cup and Connacht SFL competitions both get up and running, while there's also second-round action in Leinster in both the O'Byrne Cup and Walsh Cup.
There's a feast of senior intercounty football and hurling action is store tonight with no fewer than 14 matches scheduled to take place.