Boardsmill travelled to Moynalvey on Sunday morning to contest the 2nd round of the JBFC against St Mary's and having lost to at Mary's in the league 4 weeks previous it was very much a winner takes all to progress in the championship.
After a 12 week break Kilbride took to the field against Slane in round 2 of the Junior B championship on Sunday in a Sun drenched Curraha. The last time these two sides met was the semi final last year and only a single point separated them in favor of Kilbirde that day.
Dublin will defend their Sam Maguire crown against Tyrone on September 2 after their respective All-Ireland SFC semi-final victories over Galway and Monaghan. Here's a round-up of some of tweets from the past week...
This was a fast paced match between two teams striving to take the next step to reach the knock out stages of the c/ship. Both teams, with supporting runners, worked the ball well but Bective had the better of the exchanges in front of goal and held on for a 3 point win.
Walterstown played the 4 th Round of the championship against Nobber, in sunny Castletown on Fri evening. Having lost their first 3 matches in Group A, they desperately needed to conjure up a win. Again Walterstown manager Eoin Carroll was missing some first team players. This turned out to be an entertaining match, where both sides gave it everything.
A stunning display of shooting from Stacey Grimes at one end of the field a magnificent diving save from Monica McGuirk at the other, were the key factors in a dramatic win for Meath over Clare in the TG4 Ladies Intermediate Championship on Saturday.