Tomorrow evening Friday, sees another round of fixtures in the Shoe City senior, the Monaghan Electrical intermediate and the Euro Tech Junior football leagues, while on Sunday, top billing goes to the reserve championship finals, the O'Duffy Cup and the McKeown Cup, as well as seven games in the reserve football league.
An epic Nowlan Park encounter between Galway and Kilkenny was the highlight of the hurling weekend while supporters of Limerick, Cork and Wexford also had cause for celebration. Here is our hurling team of the week...
"The implications of defeat more than focused the mind. For us, it was an inconceivable though, let alone a reality. There was no way we were going to let it go today that we were going to exit the Championship at this early stage."
Armagh joint manager Fionnuala McAtamney said she was pleased with his side's performance as they advanced to a second TG4 Ulster SFC in a row with a comprehensive win over Monaghan at the Athletic Grounds.