Allianz FL Division 1 semi-finals
Kerry 6-15 Tyrone 1-14, Fitzgerald Stadium, 5pm FT
Donegal 1-14 Dublin 1-18, Kingspan Breffni, 7.15pm FT
Allianz FL Division 2 relegation play-offs
Cork 3-22 Westmeath 0-25, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 2pm FT
Down 2-19 Laois 2-12, Pairc Esler, 6.15pm FT
Allianz FL Division 3 semi-finals
Derry 0-17 Limerick 0-13, Carrick-on-Shannon, 4pm FT
Offaly 1-14 Fermanagh 0-12, O'Connor Park, 6pm FT
Allianz FL Division 3 relegation play-off
Cavan 0-18 Wicklow 3-11, Pairc Tailteann, 2pm FT
Allianz FL Division 4 semi-final
Carlow 1-15 Louth 1-23, Netwatch Cullen Park, 4pm FT
Allianz HL Division 1 Group B round 5
Clare 4-20 Kilkenny 1-25, Cusack Park, 3pm FT
Antrim 2-23 Laois 1-22, Corrigan Park, 3pm FT
Wexford 0-25 Dublin 1-18, Chadwicks Wexford Park, 3pm FT
Allianz HL Division 2B round 5
Derry 1-26 Roscommon 0-14, Celtic Park, 2pm FT
Mayo 1-19 Kildare 2-24, Elverys MacHale Park, 2pm FT
Allianz HL Division 3A round 4
Longford 3-13 Monaghan 1-20, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 2pm FT
Tyrone 0-13 Sligo 1-18, Healy Park, Omagh, 2pm FT
That's all from me on a busy day of national league action. Thanks for reading - we'll have another Tracker tomorrow!
FL1 semi-final full time: Donegal 1-14 Dublin 1-18
The Dubs win by four but there will be no final between the All-Ireland champions and the league holders, unfortunately. Instead, they share the 2021 league title!
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 1-13 Dublin 1-18
Costello (0-6) thumps over a low-trajectory '45' in the first of three added minutes. Langan drops one over off the gloves of Comerford at the other end.
Donegal hit the net with three minutes of normal time remaining - Eoghan McGettigan firing off the shot. But they are five behind, 1-17 to 1-12.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-12 Dublin 1-17
Small helps himself to another point - this one from an advanced mark - and the gap is eight with as many minutes left to be played!
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-12 Dublin 1-16
Brendan McCole gets forward to pull one back but Donegal have a mountain to climb. Stunning point at the other end from Aaron Byrne! Then McBrearty fists Donegal's twelfth.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-10 Dublin 1-15
Small points to bring his tally for the day to 1-2. Eight points between the teams now.
Evan Comerford gets down well to deny Oisin Gallen a Donegal goal! Costello then taps over a free at the other end and Dublin lead by 1-14 to 0-10 at the second water break.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-10 Dublin 1-13
For the second time, O'Callaghan is happy to take a point with his fist, his third score of the game.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-10 Dublin 1-12
McBrearty slots a free for his third successive point. A good fightback from Declan Bonner's men. At the tother end, Brian Howard dances through to take a nice score.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-9 Dublin 1-11
McBrearty then drives over a superb point from play to close the gap to five.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-8 Dublin 1-11
Sean McMahon, Brian Fenton and Ciaran Kilkenny add to Dublin's tally as they move up through the gears. MBrearty replies from an easy free close to the posts.
That's 14 matches done and dusted and we still have the second half of Dublin V Donegal to come. Paddy Small's goal was part of an unanswered 1-3 salvo from the Dubs which helped them take a 1-8 to 0-7 half-time lead...
FL2 relegation play-off full time: Down 2-19 Laois 2-12
Down preserve their second-tier status and Laois are relegated to Division Three.
FL1 semi-final half time: Donegal 0-7 Dublin 1-8
The All-Ireland champions take a four-point lead into the half-time break.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-18 Laois 2-12
Caolan Mooney and Gary Walsh swap late points.
Donie Kingston's late goal is unlikely to throw Laois a lifeline. They still trail by six - 2-11 to 2-17.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-17 Laois 1-11
Stephen McConville hits an injury-time point for the hosts, who are home and hosed.
Small rounds Shaun Patton and rolls the ball to Donegal's empty net with his left boot - 1-8 to 0-6! McGonigle replies with a point.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-6 Dublin 0-8
Costello (free) whips over Dublin's third consecutive point and they lead by two after 29 minutes.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-6 Dublin 0-7
The All-Ireland champions lead for the first time after points from Ciaran Kilkenny and O'Callaghan, with a fisted effort.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-15 Laois 1-11
Corey Quinn adds another and the 14 men lead by seven!
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-14 Laois 1-11
O'Hagan's accuracy has been critical for Down today - he nails another free.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-6 Dublin 0-5
Odhran MacNiallais replies in style to another Costello free.
Down will play the last ten minutes with 14 men as Gerard McGovern picked up a second yellow!
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-13 Laois 1-11
A 60th-minute Kingston free leaves Laois just five behind, but they need a strong finish to avoid the drop...
FL3 semi-final full time: Offaly 1-14 Fermanagh 0-12
What a victory for John Maughan's men as they secure promotion to Division Two!
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-5 Dublin 0-4
Caolan McGonigle replies to a Costello free and Donegal lead by the minimum at the first water break.
Mark Abbott with a huge score for Offaly on the stroke of full time - 1-14 to 0-12!
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-14 Fermanagh 0-12
Quigley's '45' has it back to a two-point game with four minutes left! Five unanswered points for the 14 men since the water break.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-4 Dublin 0-3
McBrearty drives a wonderful reply inside the near post but Paddy Small hits back.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-3 Dublin 0-2
Cormac Costello takes the free from the ground and curls it over from an acute angle.
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-3 Dublin 0-1
Con O'Callaghan produces a deft turn and left-footed finish to open Dublin's account but Patrick McBrearty replies from an advanced mark.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-14 Fermanagh 0-11
Quigley makes it a three-point game with an hour played.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-10 Laois 1-8
But another O'Hagan free stretches the gap back out to five.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 2-9 Laois 1-8
Corbet brushes himself down and spears over a Laois '45'.
A Caolan Mooney fisted effort for a point drops into the net and the goal stands as Laois goalkeeper Niall Corbet got a touch - 2-9 to 1-7!
FL1 semi-final: Donegal 0-2 Dublin 0-0
Michael Langan gets the scoreboard moving at Breffni Park, in a semi-final that won't be followed by a final. The winners will share the league title with holders Kerry. Niall O'Donnell adds the second Donegal score.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-14 Fermanagh 0-9
Quigley pulls back a brace of points from frees.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 1-9 Laois 1-7
Pearse Lafferty replies for the Mourne County!
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 1-8 Laois 1-7
Kingston hammers the Laois penalty over the bar!
But McEvoy is immediately black-carded and Laois have a penalty...
A dream start to the second half for Down as Barry O'Hagan flicks Ryan McEvoy's delivery to the net - 1-8 to 1-6!
Neil McGee. Caolan Ward, Daire O’Baoill, Jason Magee, Conor O’Donnell and Eoghan McGettigan are the Donegal players who have been omitted from the starting team.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-14 Fermanagh 0-7
Farrell's pointed free makes it double scores in favour of John Maughan's men at the second water break.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-13 Fermanagh 0-7
Richard O'Callaghan closes the gap to five but Farrell replies from a free.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-12 Fermanagh 0-6
Quigley closes the gap but clearly this is Offaly's game to lose now.
Peadar O’Cofaigh and Paddy Small replace Johnny Cooper and Robert McDaid for Dublin.
Eoin McHugh, Odhran McFadden Ferry, Ethan O’Donnell, Hugh McFadden, Niall O’Donnell and Oisin Gallen are all parachuted into the Donegal starting XV!
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-12 Fermanagh 0-5
Almost an Offaly goal but Bernard Allen's effort is deflected out for a '45', which Paddy Dunican smacks over.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-11 Fermanagh 0-5
Sullivan adds to his tally two minutes into the second half.
FL2 relegation play-off half time: Down 0-8 Laois 1-6
A fantastic O'Hagan free ensures that there's just a point between the sides at the break.
No Division One league final this year:
Kerry's win over Tyrone means the 2021 Division One football league title will be shared by the Kingdom and whoever wins tonight's second semi-final between Dublin and Donegal.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 0-7 Laois 1-6
With half an hour played Lillis doubles the difference.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 0-7 Laois 1-5
Nip and tuck in this one as Colm Begley nudges Laois back in front.
FL1 semi-final full time: Kerry 6-15 Tyrone 1-14
A thumping victory for the holders as they eliminate the Red Hands and assure themselves of a share of the 2021 league title. It was a bad return to Killarney for Tyrone, who were on the receiving end of a heavy defeat and also lost Darragh Canavan and Ronan McNamee to injury.
FL3 semi-final half time: Offaly 0-10 Fermanagh 0-4
A brilliant first half from the Faithful County, who are six points and a man to the good!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 6-15 Tyrone 1-14
Ronan O'Neill slots a consolation point in the second of five added minutes.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-10 Fermanagh 0-4
Ciaran Corrigan pulls one back for the 14 men.
Fermanagh down to 14 men as Eoin Donnelly gets a second yellow.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-10 Fermanagh 0-3
Farrell points the advanced mark and Offaly are looking very comfortable here.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 0-4 Laois 1-3
Kieran Lillis on target for the midlanders as the push on!
Morgan's scuffed fisted clearance goes to Jack Barry and he rolls a sixth Kerry goal to the Tyrone net - 6-14 to 1-13!
Evan O'Carroll with the goal for Laois and they are level with Down - 1-1 to 0-4!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-14 Tyrone 1-13
Mattie Donnelly slots another consolation point for the Red Hands.
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 0-4 Laois 0-1
O'Hagan and Donie Kingston swap frees.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-14 Tyrone 1-12
Kerry full back Jason Foley mines a point for himself. Richard Donnelly replies with a beautiful finish.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-7 Fermanagh 0-3
Sean Quigley pulls one back for the Ernemen.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-7 Fermanagh 0-2
In between Cian Farrell's brace, Peter Cunningham struck the butt of a post!
FL2 relegation play-off: Down 0-3 Laois 0-0
Barry O'Hagan slots a free as the Mourne County make a solid start at Newry.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-13 Tyrone 1-10
Burns clips over his second, this one from an acute angle.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-5 Fermanagh 0-2
Three Sullivan points the difference between the teams at the break.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-11 Tyrone 1-8
Clifford (free) teases the gap back out to 15 points at the second water break.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-10 Tyrone 1-8
Micheal Burns stretches Kerry's lead after Clifford stroked over a brillant brace.
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-3 Fermanagh 0-1
Anton Sullivan and Darragh McGurn trade points.
Substitute Tiernan McCann fires to the bottom right corner of the Kerry net with his left foot - 1-8 to 5-7!
FL3 semi-final: Offaly 0-2 Fermanagh 0-0
Anton Sullivan and Niall Darby hit early points for the Faithful County.
Morgan denies Clifford, who then trades points with McGeary - 5-7 to 0-8!
Half time in Killarney and we have three more games to come at 6 (Offaly V Fermanagh), 6:15 (Down V Laois) and 7:15 (Dublin V Donegal).
FL1 semi-final half time: Kerry 5-6 Tyrone 0-7
A devastating first-half display from the Kingdom sees them power towards the Division One final. The first goal was a bit of a gift from Conor Lane but Tyrone can have no complaints about anything else!
FL4 semi-final full time: Carlow 1-15 Louth 1-23
Job done for Mickey Harte and Louth as they secure an instant return to Division Three.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 5-6 Tyrone 0-7
Peter Harte sweeps over a majestic point for the visitors but they are 14 points adrift in injury time at the end of the first half.
You guessed it: Kerry again. Morgan gets his left hand to Geaney's shot but can only deflect it into the net - 5-6 to 0-6!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 4-6 Tyrone 0-6
Paul Donaghy (free) and O'Shea trade points before David Clifford wins and converts a Kerry free.
FL3 semi-final full time: Derry 0-17 Limerick 0-13
Victory for Derry means they will be in Division Two next year.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-14 Louth 1-21
Things are going a bit better for former Tyrone boss Mickey Harte, however - Mulroy knocks over another free for Louth!
A fourth goal for Kerry, Again they easily cut through the Tyrone defence and this time it's Paul Geaney who plants the shot into the bottom right corner. They were queuing up. 4-4 to 0-5!
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-16 Limerick 0-11
Paul McNeill fists over the 16th Derry score of the day.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 3-4 Tyrone 0-5
Clifford thumps over a beauty and gives us all a glimpse of that gum shield!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 3-3 Tyrone 0-5
McCurry flashes over his second of the evening!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 3-3 Tyrone 0-4
O'Shea draws the foul and converts the free. Wing back Mike Breen makes it quadruple scores. Bradley cuts inside his man and replies after a strong Frank Burns run.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-12 Louth 1-18
Jackson adds another one. This has turned out to be rather one-sided.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-12 Louth 1-17
From a free, Mulroy increases the gap to eight. Louth on the verge of promotion.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-12 Louth 1-16
Sam Mulroy of Naomh Mairtin adds another one!
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-12 Louth 1-15
Newtown Blues clubman Downey leaves six between the teams.
Tyrone are all over the place. Dara Moynihan taps in the third Kerry major - 3-1 to 0-3 after 16 minutes!
Gavin White drops his shot over Morgan from 35 metres to the back of the Tyrone net. Did he mean it or was he going for a point? It doesn't matter!
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 1-1 Tyrone 0-3
Superb finish by McGeary for his second. Ronan McNamee then blocks a goalbound Paudie Clifford effort!
Tyrone have lost Darragh Canavan to a nasty ankle injury. He's removed via mobile ambulance and replaced by Mark Bradley.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-10 Louth 1-14
Declan Byrne keeps Louth's side of the scoreboard moving.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-14 Limerick 0-9
Ciaran McFaul leaves five between the sides.
Clifford drives his left-footed shot to the bottom right corner. Morgan guessed right but couldn't get near it - 1-1 to 0-2!
Niall Morgan denies David Clifford but play is brought back for a Kerry penalty...
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 0-1 Tyrone 0-2
Darren McCurry with the score as the Red Hands move ahead.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 0-1 Tyrone 0-1
Great strike from Kieran McGeary. It looked touch and go but the umpire was convinced and reached for his white flag.
FL1 semi-final: Kerry 0-1 Tyrone 0-0
Sean O'Shea knocks over a nice point from right of the posts, making a mockery of the awkward angle.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-9 Louth 1-13
Ciaran Keenan fists a point for the Wee County.
Liam Rafferty replaces Richie Donnelly in the Tyrone starting XV.
Kerry are starting as selected, with David Moran added to their subs' bench. David Clifford is captain.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-9 Limerick 0-7
McGuigan brings his total for the day to five.
Is there a more spectacular venue than Killarney anywhere in Ireland? The stage is set for what should be an absorbing encounter.
Don't forget - Kerry against Tyrone is due to throw-in at 5pm!
FL4 semi-final half time: Carlow 0-7 Louth 1-12
It's been an assured display so far from Louth and they are eight points to the good.
FL3 semi-final half time: Derry 0-8 Limerick 0-7
The Oak Leaf men have a narrow lead but the Treaty County really are putting it up to them.
HL1B full time: Antrim 2-23 Laois 1-22
The Glensmen close out their encouraging league programme with another superb victory.
Niall McCormack nets a late, late Antrim goal to make it 2-23 to 1-21!
HL1B full time: Clare 4-20 Kilkenny 1-25
The Banner County hit six of the last seven scores to claim the points but Kilkenny were already assured of a top-place finish.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-5 Louth 1-10
Eoghan Callaghan adds a terrific point for the Wee County.
A massive score for Conor Grimes and Louth - 1-9 to 0-5!
HL1B full time: Wexford 0-25 Dublin 1-18
Davy Fitzgerald's charges close out their league campaign with a great win over the Dubs.
Eoghan Campbell for Antrim; then PJ Scully for Laois. The Saffrons lead by 1-22 to 1-20!
HL1B: Clare 4-17 Kilkenny 1-25
Kelly's free has the Banner ahead on 70 minutes.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-4 Louth 0-9
Former AFL star Ciaran 'Casey' Byrne with a point for Louth. He's a brilliant talent.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-6 Limerick 0-5
Benny Heron nudges the northerners ahead.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-5 Limerick 0-5
Level again and Emmet Bradley is in the sin bin for Derry.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-4 Louth 0-8
Liam Jackson and Keenan add to Louth's tally.
HL1B: Antrim 0-21 Laois 0-16
Antrim also lead by five - Ciaran Clarke with their 21st point of the day!
HL1B: Wexford 0-24 Dublin 1-16
Mikie Dwyer on target for the Model County as they keep their noses in front with eight minutes left.
HL1B: Clare 4-14 Kilkenny 1-24
Brian Cody's men are ahead now thanks to another Reid free.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-3 Louth 0-6
Ciaran Keenan makes it double scores.
HL1B: Clare 4-14 Kilkenny 1-22
TJ Reid whips over a Kilkenny free to halve the deficit.
Martin Keoghan hits back with a Kilkenny goal - 1-21 to 4-14!
Quickfire Clare goals from Reidy and Aron Shanagher propel them five points ahead of Kilkenny - 4-14 to 0-21!
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-3 Louth 0-4
Bevan Duffy's strike restores the visitors' advantage.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-3 Limerick 0-3
The sides have been level three times already at Carrick'. Shane McGuigan with Derry's third point.
Donal Burke tucks away a Dublin penalty and they are back within three points of Wexford - 1-14 to 0-20!
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-1 Louth 0-3
Ciaran Downey and Sam Mulroy (free) tack on two more scores for Mickey Harte's men.
HL1B: Wexford 0-19 Dublin 0-14
Burke replies from a free with 48 minutes gone in the sunny south east.
HL1B: Wexford 0-19 Dublin 0-13
Chin (free) slots over his tenth score of the day!
HL1B: Antrim 0-14 Laois 0-12
Ross King on target from a free as Laois battle back into contention.
FL4 semi-final: Carlow 0-1 Louth 0-1
Conor Grimes opens the Wee County's account at DCP.
HL1B: Clare 2-11 Kilkenny 0-17
The sides are level thanks to Eoin Cody.
FL3 semi-final: Derry 0-1 Limerick 0-0
Conor Doherty opens the scoring in Carrick-on-Shannon.
HL1B: Clare 2-11 Kilkenny 0-14
David Reidy's point leaves three between the sides.
HL1B: Clare 2-10 Kilkenny 0-14
Diarmuid Ryan increases Clare's lead in Ennis.
HL1B: Wexford 0-15 Dublin 0-9
Donal Burke taps over a Dublin free at the start of the second half.
We have the second half of all three Division One Group B hurling games coming up soon, while today's Division Three and Four football semi-finals also throw in at 4pm
HL1B half time: Wexford 0-15 Dublin 0-8
The Model County look to be in complete control in this all-Leinster meeting.
HL1B half time: Antrim 0-13 Laois 0-7
The Glensmen took a six-point advantage into the break.
HL3A full time: Longford 3-13 Monaghan 1-20
A one-point victory for Monaghan.
HL1B half time: Clare 2-9 Kilkenny 0-14
The Banner County take the narrowest of leads into the break.
FL2 relegation play-off full time: Cork 3-22 Westmeath 0-25
The Rebels maintain their second-division status. What an effort from Westmeath, who are unfortunate to be going down.
HL2B full time: Mayo 1-19 Kildare 2-24
The Lilywhites maintain their 100% record to seal the 2B title and promotion!
FL3 relegation play-off full time: Cavan 0-18 Wicklow 3-11
An astonishing story unfolds in Navan, where the Garden County produce a magnificent performance to retain their third-tier status and consign reigning Ulster champions Cavan to Division Four!
HL3A full time: Tyrone 0-13 Sligo 1-18
The Yeats County battle to victory in Omagh.
HL2B full time: Derry 1-26 Roscommon 0-14
Victory for the Oak Leaf County as they retain their status!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-16 Wicklow 3-10
McKiernan pulls one back from a Cavan free as we move towards injury time...
HL1B: Wexford 0-11 Dublin 0-7
Mark Fanning nails a long-range free for the Model County!
Gerard O'Kelly Lynch for Sligo, who lead Tyrone by 1-17 to 0-13!
HL1B: Clare 2-7 Kilkenny 0-10
Adrian Mullen the man on target again for the Black & Amber!
HL1B: Antrim 0-9 Laois 0-3
Sean Elliott booms over a terrific point from distance for the Glensmen!
Brian Hurley nets the third Cork goal and they lead Westmeath now by 3-18 to 0-22!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-15 Wicklow 3-10
Raymond Galligan thumps over a Cavan free. The All Star goalkeeper has been beaten three times today!
HL1B: Wexford 0-8 Dublin 0-7
Strength, skill and perseverance from Lee Chin as he slots the lead point!
A second one for Tony Kelly - this one from a penalty - 2-6 to 0-5!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-13 Wicklow 3-9
Christopher O'Brien hits the Garden County's twelfth score of the game.
Tony Kelly with a brilliant goal for Clare, who lead Kilkenny 1-5 to 0-5!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 2-17 Westmeath 0-20
Heslin strokes over a free in this absorbing, high-scoring encounter.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-13 Wicklow 3-8
Oisin Pierson and Thomas Galligan points bring the Ulster champions back within four!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-11 Wicklow 3-8
Furlong's converted free means there are six points between the teams with 15 minutes left.
HL2B: Mayo 1-15 Kildare 1-19
Kildare have turned this one around big time - Sheridan's free has them four to the good!
HL1B: Clare 0-5 Kilkenny 0-4
Billy Ryan reduces the deficit as the table-toppers move within the minimum.
Nine games up and running at the moment and there's huge drama in Navan, Cork and Castlebar!
HL1B: Wexford 0-3 Dublin 0-3
Lee Chins equalises. Both sides will be keen to finish their league campaign on a high...
HL1B: Wexford 0-2 Dublin 0-3
Daire Gray pushes the Dubs ahead at Wexford Park.
Big story unfolding at Navan! Furlong wins and converts a Wicklow penalty down the middle and the Garden County lead Cavan by 3-7 to 0-10!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 2-15 Westmeath 0-19
Brian Hurley on target as the Rebels move two ahead.
A second goal for Cork! Connolly finishes to the net this time - 2-14 to 0-18! Connolly then blasts left and wide again.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 1-14 Westmeath 0-18
Westmeath are still battling and Lorcan Dolan has them back in front after Egan equalised!
HL2B: Mayo 1-14 Kildare 1-15
Jack Sheridan's free completes a wonderful Kildare comeback - can they push on to claim victory?
HL1B: Antrim 0-3 Laois 0-0
Eoin O'Neill with the third unanswered point for the Glensmen in West Belfast.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-10 Wicklow 2-7
Conor Madden pulls back a much-needed point for the Cavan men.
HL1B: Clare 0-1 Kilkenny 0-1
Richie Leahy brings the Cats back on terms.
HL2B: Mayo 1-14 Kildare 1-13
James Burke with KIldare's fourth unanswered point since the restart...
A mistake in the Westmeath defence is punished by Mark Collins and Cork lead by 1-14 to 0-15!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-9 Wicklow 2-6
Conor Byrne leaves three between the teams.
Cavan had crept ahead but Seanie Furlong supplies Wicklow's second major - 2-5 to 0-9!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-13 Westmeath 0-15
Walsh struck the first point of the second half but Westmeath reply with an advanced mark from Heslin.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-8 Wicklow 1-5
Lynch levels within seconds of the restart.
HL2B half time: Derry 0-13 Roscommon 0-5
The Oak Leaf County are on course for victory.
HL2B half time: Mayo 1-14 Kildare 1-9
A David Slattery goal on the stroke of the short whistle has given the Lilywhites hope!
HL3A half time: Tyrone 0-6 Sligo 0-6
Still all to play for in Omagh.
HL3A half time: Longford 1-8 Monaghan 1-9
The midlanders finished the half strongest.
FL2 relegation play-off half time: Cork 0-12 Westmeath 0-14
Lorcan Dolan closes the first-half scoring. Both sides missed decent goal chances approaching the break.
FL3 relegation play-off half time: Cavan 0-7 Wicklow 1-5
The Ulster champions trail by one at the break.
Luke Connolly has a chance for Cork but fires his shot left and wide. Sam McCartan hits the post at the other end!
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-5 Wicklow 1-4
Seanie Furlong doubles the Garden County's lead in Navan.
Jack Sheridan sees his penalty saved by Mayo's Bobby Douglas and it's a four-point swing as Sean Regan's point for the hosts makes it 1-12 to 0-7!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-11 Westmeath 0-12
Sean White drew the sides level but a Heslin free restores Westmeath's lead.
Seconds after Cavan struck the crossbar, Wicklow's Patrick O'Connor tucks his shot under Raymond Galligan to the net - 1-3 to 0-4!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-10 Westmeath 0-11
Paul Walsh's point has the gap back to two and Connolly drops over a free to make it a one-point game.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-8 Westmeath 0-11
Luke Connolly makes no mistake from the Cork free.
HL2B: Mayo 1-8 Kildare 0-5
Keith Higgins's free is cancelled out by a Jack Sheridan sideline cut.
Hugh Byrne nets for Monaghan's hurlers. Mark Treanor adds a point and they lead Longford 1-8 to 0-2!
HL2B: Derry 0-7 Roscommon 0-2
John Mullan increases the gap to five.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-6 Westmeath 0-10
Jack Cooney's men four to the good at the first water break!
HL2B: Mayo 1-7 Kildare 0-4
Johnny Byrne pulls one back but it's Mayo who have made all the running so far in this one.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-4 Wicklow 0-3
Conor Brady's point means Cavan are ahead at the first water break, having registered four in a row.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-6 Westmeath 0-8
John O'Rourke cancels out a Ger Egan point.
HL3A: Tyrone 0-2 Sligo 0-2
Damien Casey equalises for the hosts.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-3 Wicklow 0-3
A Gearoid McKiernan free hands the Ulster champions their third unanswered point.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-5 Westmeath 0-7
Ray Connellan restores the Lake County's two-point advantage.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-5 Westmeath 0-6
Ruairi Deane pulls another one back shortly after Westmeath hit a poor wide at the other end.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-4 Westmeath 0-6
Heslin arrows over a terrific solo point for the visitors, who have made a wonderful start here on Leeside. Luke Connolly replies from a routine free.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-2 Wicklow 0-3
A Patrick Lynch brace has the Breffni County up and running.
Sean Regan has landed the first goal of the weekend for Mayo's hurlers, who lead Kildare by 1-2 to 0-3!
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-3 Westmeath 0-5
Luke Loughin's strike nudges the Lake County ahead for the first time and Ger Egan doubles their advantage.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-3 Westmeath 0-3
John Heslip taps over a free in between two more scores from O'Mahony. Ronan O'Toole has them level for the third time.
FL3 relegation play-off: Cavan 0-0 Wicklow 0-2
Andy Maher and Mark Kenny clip over a couple of early Garden County scores.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-1 Westmeath 0-1
Lorcan Dolan has the sides level.
FL2 relegation play-off: Cork 0-1 Westmeath 0-0
Cathail O'Mahony gets the Rebels off to a purposeful start.
The clash of Mayo and Kildare at Castlebar will determine who takes the Division 2B hurling crown - and promotion.
These include the Division Two football league relegation play-off between Cork and Westmeath and the Division Three relegation play-off featuring Ulster champions Cavan and Wicklow.
The first six games of the day are due to throw in at 2pm - just ten minutes away!
The first games throw in at 2pm. The stage is set for a busy day and we'll be with you all the way.
The fifth and final round of Group B of Division One goes ahead today, with Kilkenny having already secured top place and Laois guaranteed to finish bottom. Mayo and Kildare face off in a shoot-out for the Division 2B title and there's also action in Division 3A.
The Division Three semi-finals pit Derry against Limerick and Offaly against Fermanagh, while Cavan and Wicklow collide in a relegation play-off. Meanwhile, Carlow entertain Louth in a Division Four semi-final.
There are some huge games in the novel 2021 national football league, including the Division One semi-finals (Donegal V Dublin and Kerry V Tyrone) and the Division Two relegation play-offs (Down V Laois and Cork V Westmeath).
A feast of football and hurling
No fewer than 15 games are scheduled for today, with key action taking place in both the football and hurling leagues.