Seven points from Chloe Cashe and a terribly unlucky own goal by Nicola Woods were among the features, but Wexford finished just the stronger to grind out victory in a thrilling All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie final against resolute Armagh.
It was a historic day for Mayo camogie, as they marked their first season of adult camogie after a lengthy absence with a 3-8 to 1-12 victory over Tyrone to claim the Nancy Murray Cup at Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada.
Kilkenny and Galway will play in the ISPCC All-Ireland intermediate camogie championship final and they will be joined at Croke Park on September 12 by Armagh, who are an hour away from retaining their premier junior title. It was a special day too for Cavan, who won the Tesco minor C title, while Cork and Galway qualified for the A final.
We take a look back at All-Ireland SHC final day with some of the best photography taken by the Inpho team before, during, and after the match as Limerick further cemented their place as one of the greatest sides in GAA history...
Two goals in less than a minute just before the second-half water break broke the Down resistance while Siobhán Flannery scored four as Offaly secured All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship status by a score of 5-12 to 1-16 at Kingspan Breffni
The GAA's CCCC has today confirmed that Sunday's GAA Football semi-final meeting of Kerry and Tyrone at Croke Park will not take place as originally scheduled and will now be played on Saturday August 21 at the same venue.
Reaching this year's TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-final was beyond the dreams of Meath manager Eamonn Murray, but he says his side will face record winners Cork with confidence after their classy victory over Armagh on Sunday.