Allianz FL Division 1 round 6
Galway 0-17 Mayo 3-23, Tuam Stadium, 2pm FT
Donegal 2-17 Tyrone 2-13, Ballybofey, 4pm FT
Allianz FL Division 2 round 6
Clare 1-11 Fermanagh 1-9, Cusack Park, 1pm FT
Kildare 1-21 Cavan 0-20, Newbridge, 2pm FT
Allianz FL Division 3 round 6
Tipperary 1-16 Offaly 0-16, Semple Stadium, 2pm FT
Allianz FL Division 4 round 6
Limerick 1-10 Wexford 1-13, Rathkeale, 3pm FT
Allianz HL Division 2A final
Antrim 2-23 Kerry 2-20, Tullamore, 1.30pm FT
Allianz HL Division 2B final
Down 2-16 Derry 0-17, Athletic Grounds, 2pm FT
Allianz HL Division 3B final
Sligo 3-17 Leitrim 2-16, Bekan, 1.30pm FT
That's all from me today. Thanks for reading and here's hoping we have more GAA action next weekend!
Tyrone remain in a relegation dogfight ahead of their trip to Mayo next weekend. As it stands, the Red Hands have 6 points and Mayo 5. Monaghan, who complete their programme at home to relegated Meath, also have 5. Donegal - on 7 points - are now safe as only one from Tyrone and Mayo can pass them out. They can rest some players for their trip to Kerry with both eyes on the Ulster SFC opener against Mickey Harte's men the following weekend.
FL1 full time: Donegal 2-17 Tyrone 2-13
Substitute Andrew McClean completes the scoring as Donegal win by four.
Just a goal between them now but we are deep into stoppage time...
More direct running from McKenna, whose shot is deflected by the outstretched hand of Shaun Patton into the top left corner of the Donegal net!
Rory Brennan sent off for putting his hand on referee Jerome Henry and Tyrone are down to 13 men. Brennan had just fouled Murphy, who slots the free.
Three different-coloured cards for Tyrone centre back McGeary within two minutes - yellow then black then red.
FL1: Donegal 2-15 Tyrone 1-13
McGonigle punctuates a great Donegal team move with an excellent score.
FL1: Donegal 2-14 Tyrone 1-13
Mulgrew with a brilliant point as the visitors edge closer with seven minutes remaining plus stoppage time...
FL1: Donegal 2-14 Tyrone 1-12
Strong, powerful and direct, McKenna hits his second.
FL1: Donegal 2-14 Tyrone 1-11
Thompson lofts over his second left-footed free from the hands as Donegal break for the winning line.
FL1: Donegal 2-13 Tyrone 1-11
Donegal captain Murphy (0-5) hammers over a free from 50 metres off the ground to end a scoring drought of almost ten minutes at either end.
Twelve minutes left and still a four-point game here...
A couple of wides from Tyrone with the Donegal defence stretched.
Water break now before the last act in this match. Donegal by four with 16 minutes to go. Michael Murphy and Ryan McHugh orchestrating affairs.
Tyrone snaffle up possession in their own half, break at pace as a unit and win a free, which McCurry drags wide.
FL1: Donegal 2-12 Tyrone 1-11
Michael Murphy is an absolute joy to watch - one of the greatest players of the modern era. Again, he is at the heart of the move before the outstanding McHugh bangs over his third. McCurry replies off his right.
FL1: Donegal 2-11 Tyrone 1-10
The returned Conor McKenna drills over his first point - a well-taken score from the former AFL star!
FL1: Donegal 2-11 Tyrone 1-9
Not much chance of Michael Murphy missing a free from there!
FL1: Donegal 2-10 Tyrone 1-9
Tyrone are awarded a disputed '45' and goalkeeper Niall Morgan effortlessly pings it over the bar.
FL1: Donegal 2-10 Tyrone 1-8
Brennan fouled as he is about to pull the trigger and Murphy taps over the free, which was moved in closer to goal.
Jamie Brennan gathers a Murphy handpass and tucks the ball low past Morgan to the bottom right corner of the Tyrone net - 2-9 to 1-8!
FL1: Donegal 1-9 Tyrone 1-8
And McCurry makes it a one-point game. Tyrone have replaced Sludden with David Mulgrew.
FL1: Donegal 1-9 Tyrone 1-7
Kieran McGeary arrows over a beauty within seconds of the restart.
Tyrone are back out on the pitch and at last here come Donegal. It's been quite a long half-time break...
FL1 half time: Donegal 1-9 Tyrone 1-6
Declan Bonner's charges take a three-point advantage into the break.
We are into two minutes of stoppage time at the end of the first half in the weekend's last game...
FL1: Donegal 1-9 Tyrone 1-6
Michael Murphy's assured free produced the only score since our last update from Ballybofey.
There will be a straight shoot-out between Wexford and Wicklow for promotion next weekend, if the games proceed...
FL4 full time: Limerick 1-10 Wexford 1-13
Wexford hold on for victory to join Wicklow and Limerick on 8 points at the top of the Division Four table.
Goalkeeper Pa Doyle is proving to be Wexford's saviour today.
FL1: Donegal 1-8 Tyrone 1-6
Goalkeeper Morgan carries possession into the Donegal half and picks out Michael McKernan, who expertly steers over an advanced mark!
FL1: Donegal 1-8 Tyrone 1-5
Donning No.2, Rafferty pops up in an advanced position again to whip over his second superb point - finished like a forward!
Limerick are back within a goal of Wexford with two minutes left...
FL1: Donegal 1-8 Tyrone 1-4
Wing back McHugh helps himself to another one.
FL1: Donegal 1-7 Tyrone 1-4
Ciaran Thompson's free is followed by an excellent Ryan McHugh effort after Morgan had denied Brennan from close range. Niall O'Donnell follows up with Donegal's third point inside 90 seconds.
FL1: Donegal 1-4 Tyrone 1-4
Captain Mattie Donnelly spins and manages to keep his balance to drop over the equalising point from 50 metres.
FL4: Limerick 1-6 Wexford 1-12
Brosnan fists the ball over the bar and the visitors look home and hosed...
FL4: Limerick 1-6 Wexford 1-11
Donal Shanley leaves five between the teams with an hour played.
FL1: Donegal 1-4 Tyrone 1-3
Niall O'Donnell restores Donegal's lead with a superb finish.
FL4: Limerick 1-6 Wexford 1-10
Alan Tobin gives Wexford a bit more breathing space.
McCurry tucks the ball calmly to the top right corner of the net and it's 1-3 each after 15 minutes.
A penalty to Tyrone as Stephen McMenamin is adjudged to have fouled Conor McKenna under the dropping ball...
But their swarming defence mops up possession and it's Donegal's turn to retreat...
Tyrone with 15 men in their own half even though they are three points behind.
FL4: Limerick 1-6 Wexford 1-9
At the three-quarters stage, Brosnan (free) finally slots Wexford's first point since the resumption.
FL1: Donegal 1-3 Tyrone 0-3
Frank Burns replies from the Red Hands' second advanced mark and Donegal full back Neil McGee sees yellow.
What a strike that is! Even Niall Morgan couldn't get anywhere near Peadar Morgan's brilliant drive to the postage stamp area of Tyrone's net - 1-3 to 0-2!
FL1: Donegal 0-3 Tyrone 0-2
Excellent mark and point from a tight angle by Conall McCann.
FL1: Donegal 0-3 Tyrone 0-1
Liam Rafferty raids forward from corner back to open the Red Hands' account but Michael Murphy replies with a left-footed finish.
FL1: Donegal 0-2 Tyrone 0-0
An injection of pace from Brennan before he squeezes one over with his right boot!
FL1: Donegal 0-1 Tyrone 0-0
Jamie Brennan opens the scoring with a classy strike off his left.
Donegal V Tyrone is up and running!
Tommy Griffin's flick to the net has Limerick back in the game against Wexford. The latest score from Rathkeale is 1-8 to 1-4 in favour of Wexford.
Caolan McGonagle replaces Jason McGee at midfield in the Donegal XV, while Niall Sludden starts in the Tyrone attack instead of Peter Harte.
Coming up at 4, we have Donegal V Tyrone in Division One!
FL4: Limerick 0-3 Wexford 1-8
The Model County lead by eight at the break.
HL 2B final full time: Down 2-16 Derry 0-17
Goals prove to be the difference as the Ardsmen capture the 2B title.
FL2 full time: Kildare 1-21 Cavan 0-20
The Lilywhites put a severe dent in Cavan's promotion hopes and move out of the relegation zone.
FL3 full time: Tipperary 1-16 Offaly 0-16
Tipp assure themselves of survival for 2021. Offaly not quite safe yet...
FL1 full time: Galway 0-17 Mayo 3-23
Referee Maurice Deegan puts Galway out of their misery by blowing his whistle a couple of minutes early. What a boost this is to Mayo's survival hopes!
FL4: Limerick 0-2 Wexford 0-7
Brosnan on target from a free.
FL2: Kildare 1-20 Cavan 0-20
That man Conroy (free) again with a minute of normal time to go.
FL2: Kildare 1-20 Cavan 0-19
Cavan finishing strongly; Conroy sweeps over another magnificent free.
FL3: Tipperary 1-16 Offaly 0-15
But Sweeney musters an instant response.
FL3: Tipperary 1-15 Offaly 0-15
Conor McNamee closes the gap on 68 minutes.
FL1: Galway 0-16 Mayo 3-23
Durcan takes his point with five minutes of normal time left.
FL3: Tipperary 1-15 Offaly 0-14
Could that be the insurance point from Liam Casey?
HL 2B final: Down 2-14 Derry 0-14
Odhran McKeever keeps six between the teams.
FL1: Galway 0-14 Mayo 3-22
And Durcan scoops over another on the slide.
FL1: Galway 0-14 Mayo 3-21
The excellent Mark Moran brings his haul to 1-3!
FL4: Limerick 0-1 Wexford 0-6
Lovely strike from John Tubritt for the rampant Model men!
FL1: Galway 0-14 Mayo 3-20
Conroy, who has had a decent game for the losers, pulls one back.
Pearse Og McCrickard with Down's second and they lead Derry by 2-12 to 0-12!
All too easy for Conor Loftus as he gathers Mark Moran's pass and fires Mayo's third goal to an empty net - 3-20 to 0-13!
HL 2B final: Down 1-12 Derry 0-12
Cormac O'Doherty converts a free as we head into the second water break.
FL2: Kildare 1-18 Cavan 0-11
Flynn and Hyland extend the gap to ten.
HL 2A final full time: Antrim 2-23 Kerry 2-20
The Glensmen claim the silverware and promotion!
Fergal Conway nets for Kildare, who now lead by eight!
FL2: Kildare 0-16 Cavan 0-11
Christopher Conroy with a 45m free as Cavan refuse to give up.
HL 3B final full time: Sligo 3-17 Leitrim 2-16
The County finish like a steam train to take the silverware!
FL3: Tipperary 1-11 Offaly 0-12
Eoin Carroll's score keeps Offaly very much in the hunt.
FL1: Galway 0-9 Mayo 2-19
Two more points are credited to Cillian O'Connor.
HL 3B final: Sligo 3-15 Leitrim 2-16
And Finian Cawley doubles their advantage.
HL 3B final: Sligo 3-14 Leitrim 2-16
Sligo have hit 1-3 without reply. Mark Hannify gives them the lead.
FL2: Kildare 0-15 Cavan 0-9
Hyland bags his seventh of the day.
FL2: Kildare 0-14 Cavan 0-9
Kirwan lands the first score of the second half for Kildare.
FL1: Galway 0-8 Mayo 2-18
Cillian McDaid for Galway at the start of the second half but Mayo replay through Conroy.
FL3: Tipperary 1-9 Offaly 0-9
Kevin O'Halloran increases the Premier lead.
The Antrim lead is back out to four thanks to James McNaughton - 2-19 to 2-15!
HL 2A final: Antrim 1-19 Kerry 2-15
With an hour played, Conway halves the deficit!
Shane Conway with a huge goal for Kerry to set up a thrilling finale in Tullamore, where it's now 2-14 to 1-19!
HL 3B final: Sligo 2-11 Leitrim 2-16
Colm Moreton strikes for Leitrim with eleven minutes to go.
HL 2A final: Antrim 1-19 Kerry 1-14
Gerard Walsh's score has the Glensmen five ahead with 14 minutes left.
FL3 half time: Tipperary 1-8 Offaly 0-9
Sweeney's goal from the penalty spot was the telling score of the first half.
FL1 half time: Galway 0-7 Mayo 2-17
A ruthless first half of football from Mayo in Tuam, where Galway look clueless.
FL2 half time: Kildare 0-13 Cavan 0-9
Six point for Jimmy Hyland in the first half at Newbridge - how important will that Donnellan penalty save prove?
FL2 full time: Clare 1-11 Fermanagh 1-9
That's back-to-back wins for Clare as Fermanagh suffer relegation to Division Three!
Eddie Courtney slots a late, late Fermanagh penalty and the Erne men are back within two of Clare - 1-11 to 1-9.
Mark Donnellan makes a brilliant penalty save to deny Cavan's Martin Reilly!
FL1: Galway 0-7 Mayo 2-15
Cillian O'Connor slots another point from play and will soon slot over an easy free...
FL1: Galway 0-7 Mayo 2-14
An absolute massacre in Tuam as the influential Aidan O'Shea fires over off his left and Cillian O'Connor instantly adds another.
Conor Sweeney nets a Tipp penalty and they lead Offaly 1-8 to 0-6!
HL 2A final: Antrim 1-15 Kerry 1-11
McNaughton with a fabulous Antrim point.
FL2: Kildare 0-11 Cavan 0-8
Darragh Kirwan, Hyland and Kevin Flynn with three quick Kildare scores.
Paddy Durcan fires low to the bottom left corner of the Galway net and Mayo lead by nine - 2-10 to 0-7!
HL 2B final: Down 1-4 Derry 0-6
Eoghan Sands nudges the Ardsmen into the lead.
Gerard O'Kelly Lynch for Sligo, who now lead Leitrim 2-10 to 2-9!
FL2: Kildare 0-7 Cavan 0-7
Hyland and McKiernan swap points.
FL1: Galway 0-6 Mayo 1-9
Robert Finnerty replies from a free and Mayo come close to their second goal following an excellent O'Shea catch.
FL1: Galway 0-5 Mayo 1-9
O'Connor (free) and Tommy Conroy extend Mayo's advantage.
FL2: Kildare 0-6 Cavan 0-6
Gearoid McKiernan with the levelling score!
FL2: Kildare 0-6 Cavan 0-5
Cormac O'Reilly and Conor Smith bring Cavan right back into contention.
FL3: Tipperary 0-7 Offaly 0-3
Steven O'Brien with Tipp's seventh.
FL3: Tipperary 0-6 Offaly 0-3
Michael Quinlivan increases the gap.
FL1: Galway 0-5 Mayo 1-7
A mark and a point from Stephen Coen and it's also double scores in Tuam!
FL2: Kildare 0-6 Cavan 0-3
Liam Power makes it double scores in Newbridge.
FL1: Galway 0-5 Mayo 1-6
Gary O'Donnell takes his point.
FL1: Galway 0-4 Mayo 1-6
Paul Conroy with a brace for the Tribesmen but Mark Moran replies with a fantastic strike.
FL3: Tipperary 0-5 Offaly 0-2
Cian Farrell converts his second free for the visitors.
HL 3B final half time: Sligo 1-9 Leitrim 2-9
Still all to play for in Bekan!
Mark Moran kicks the ball low to the Galway net and Mayo lead by 1-5 to 0-1 inside twelve minutes!
FL2: Kildare 0-5 Cavan 0-2
Ben McCormack in the eleventh minute for Jack O'Connor's men.
Another blow for Galway as they lose Johnny Duane to injury.
HL 2A final half time: Antrim 1-12 Kerry 1-11
As expected, quite a contest materialising at Tullamore.
FL1: Galway 0-1 Mayo 0-5
A wonderful strike from Mark Moran as Mayo surge four clear.
FL1: Galway 0-1 Mayo 0-4
Aidan O'Shea double-palms over the bar from inches out.
FL2: Clare 1-8 Fermanagh 0-8
Jamie Malone on target for the Banner.
FL3: Tipperary 0-3 Offaly 0-1
Jack Kennedy registers Tipp's third score, Conor Sweeney with the first two.
FL1: Galway 0-1 Mayo 0-3
Wing back Liam Silke blazes a shot inches over the Mayo crossbar!
Bad news for Galway as they lose Damien Comer to a hamstring injury.
FL1: Galway 0-0 Mayo 0-3
All Mayo here as O'Connor fires over another free.
FL1: Galway 0-0 Mayo 0-2
Cillian O'Connor strokes over a free.
FL2: Kildare 0-1 Cavan 0-0
Jimmy Hyland on target for the Lilywhites.
FL1: Galway 0-0 Mayo 0-1
It took Conor Loftus 30 seconds to make his mark in Tuam!
FL2: Clare 1-6 Fermanagh 0-7
Corrigan nails a free at the start of the second half.
Antrim are back in front thanks to Conor McCann - 1-9 to 1-8!
Conor Beirne with Leitrim's second and they lead Sligo 2-6 to 1-4.
Mikey Boyle with a massive score for Kerry, who lead Antrim by 1-7 to 0-8!
There are four more games throwing in at 2 - Galway V Mayo, Kildare V Cavan, Tipp V Offaly and the HL 2B final between Derry and Down.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-8 Kerry 0-6
Cunning for the Antrim men.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-7 Kerry 0-5
Paddy Burke restores the two-point gap.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-6 Kerry 0-4
James McNaughton and Cunning with the last two points for the Glensmen.
HL 3B final: Sligo 0-3 Leitrim 0-3
Gavin O'Hagan equalises from a free.
HL 3B final: Sligo 0-3 Leitrim 0-2
Conor Hannify with the lead point.
FL2 half time: Clare 1-6 Fermanagh 0-6
The Banner County have their noses in front at the break thanks to Joe McGann's goal.
FL2: Clare 1-6 Fermanagh 0-6
Eoin Cleary leaves the goal between them on the stroke of half time.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-4 Kerry 0-4
Niall McKenna cancels out a Conway free.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-3 Kerry 0-3
Conway (free) and Cunning exchange scores.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-2 Kerry 0-2
Joe Maskey ties the scores up after two in a row from the Kingdom's Shane Conway.
FL2: Clare 1-5 Fermanagh 0-6
The visitors respond impressively to the concession of that goal with points from Tomas Corrigan and Paul McCusker.
HL 2A final: Antrim 0-1 Kerry 0-0
Conal Cunning opens the scoring in Tullamore.
Moments after the Erne men spurned a glorious goal chance, Joe McGann has the ball in their net and it's double scores after 30 minutes, 1-5 to 0-4!
FL2: Clare 0-5 Fermanagh 0-4
Still nip and tuck here - both sides have had goal chances, Corrigan with the latest score to reduce the deficit.
The HL 2A and 3A finals are about to start...
Games time ! Good luck lads pic.twitter.com/d1wg2zAlEe— Antrim GAA (@AontroimGAA) October 18, 2020
FL2: Clare 0-3 Fermanagh 0-3
Corrigan's second pointed free has them level for the third time with 20 minutes played.
FL2: Clare 0-3 Fermanagh 0-2
The lead changes hands thanks to Cathal O'Connor and Jamie Malone (free)
FL2: Clare 0-1 Fermanagh 0-2
A twelfth-minute Tomas Corrigan free has the visitors back in front.
FL2: Clare 0-1 Fermanagh 0-1
Declan McCusker swings over the opening point of the game but Keelan Sexton replies from a free.
That's nine huge games in total, with the first one (Clare v Fermanagh) throwing in at 1pm. Stay with us for what promises to be an entertaining day of national league action...
HL 2A / 2B / 3A finals
Antrim and Kerry collide in what promises to be a brilliant 3A decider in Tullamore, while Down and Derry face off for the 3A crown and the 3B title will be claimed by either Sligo or Leitrim.
Meanwhile, Tipp host Offaly in Division Three and Limerick have home advantage against Wexford in Division Four.
Allianz FL Division 2 round 6
Clare face a depleted Fermanagh side in a crunch relegation contest at Ennis, while Cavan aim to keep their promotion hopes alive when they travel to Newbridge to take on Kildare, who are looking over their shoulders.
Allianz FL Division 1 round 6
Two massive top-flight games are taking place behind closed doors this afternoon: high-flying Galway welcome relegation-threatened arch rivals Mayo to Tuam and Tyrone travel to Donegal's Ballybofey fortress for a huge all-Ulster clash.
Meanwhile, after a seven-month wait, the national hurling league will be completed this afternoon with the Division 2A, 2B and 3A finals all going down for decision.
In the national football league, we have two games from both Division One and Two as well as one match from Division Three and one more from Division Four.
Another busy day
With key action in both the national football and hurling leagues, it's going to be a busy Sunday.