LiveTracker - Sunday 13 June 2021

Allianz FL Division 1 relegation play-off
Armagh 1-17 Roscommon 0-11, Athletic Grounds, 3pm FT
Monaghan 1-21 Galway 2-17, Clones, 3.45pm AET

Allianz FL Division 2 semi-finals
Clare 2-18 Mayo 2-22, Cusack Park, 1.45pm FT
Kildare 1-14 Meath 0-14, Newbridge, 2pm FT

Allianz FL Division 3 relegation play-off
Longford 1-13 Tipperary 0-9, Glennon Bros Pearse Park, 3.45pm FT

Allianz FL Division 4 semi-final
Waterford 0-11 Antrim 1-15, Fraher Field, 12.15pm FT

Allianz FL Division 4 shield final
Sligo 0-9 Wexford 2-15, Portlaoise, 3pm FT

Allianz HL Division 1 Group A round 5
Westmeath 0-18 Limerick 3-26, TEG Cusack Park, 1.45pm FT
Cork 2-23 Galway 3-25, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 1.45pm FT
Waterford 2-29 Tipperary 3-21, Walsh Park, 1.45pm FT

Allianz HL Division 2A round 5
Down 4-23 Meath 0-14, Ballycran 1pm FT
Carlow 3-25 Kerry 0-14, Netwatch Cullen Park, 1pm FT
Wicklow 0-10 Offaly 1-32, Baltinglass, 1pm FT


That's all from me on a dramatic day of national football and hurling league action. Thanks for following our last league Match Tracker of the year.


After more than 100 minutes of drama, McCarron's seventh point proves to be the winner. Galway will feel that they left it behind but the Farney County simply refused to roll over.


FL1 relegation play-off full time after extra time: Monaghan 1-21 Galway 2-17

Man of the Match Jack McCarron wins it for Monaghan with a superb point right at the death! The winners will stay in the top flight for an eighth successive season; Galway have been relegated. What a match that was!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-20 Galway 2-17 (extra time being played)

Tierney makes a wonderful catch to claim an advanced mark and fires over the equaliser!



Poor wide from Ward in the first of three added minutes at the end of extra time.


McCarron makes a mark from the restart and hurts his back after being pulled over by Sean Mulkerrin. Another delay.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-20 Galway 2-16 (extra time being played)

Corner back Kieran Duffy stays calm to edge the hosts back in front.


Three minutes left...


We are into the last four minutes and the sides are level. Beggan pulls a Walsh shot down from his crossbar...


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-19 Galway 2-16 (extra time being played)

Beggan is shoved to the ground on the halfway line. The ball is worked up to McAnespie and he is fouled. McCarron equalises from the free.


We've had wides at either end here from Finnerty and McManus. Seven minutes of extra time remaining...


Ward pulls Walsh back and is lucky to stay on the pitch as he already had a black card earlier...


Another breather for the players in the Clones sunshine ahead of ten more massive minutes...


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-18 Galway 2-16 (extra time being played)

Walsh makes no mistake from the free in front of the posts and Galway have the lead again. The whistle blows for half time in extra time.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-18 Galway 2-15 (extra time being played)

Finnerty takes a lovely score from a tight angle as the westerners go back in front. But Monaghan win a free-in and McCarron slots it over.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-17 Galway 2-14 (extra time being played)

Duane replies with a fisted effort at the other end and we are all-square again.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-17 Galway 2-13 (extra time being played)

Monaghan work the ball to Shane Carey and the substitute kicks them into the lead.


Monaghan hit another wide. Galway had their entire team behind the ball there. Five minutes of extra time gone already.


Shan Walsh is down with an ankle injury, eating into Conroy's time in the sin bin...


Monaghan attack first but it's wide from Aaron Mulligan.


The action resumes in Clones.


When the action finally resumes, we will have an additional 20 minutes - ten each way. The winners will remain in the top flight and the losers will be relegated.


Both teams have retreated to their dressing rooms for a well-served breather before extra time. A huge prize on the line here as the winners will stay in Division One for next season.


FL3 relegation play-off full time: Longford 1-13 Tipperary 0-9

Longford maintain their third-tier status as Munster champions Tipp join their Ulster counterparts Cavan in Division Four.


FL1 relegation play-off full time: Monaghan 1-16 Galway 2-13

McManus equalises on the stroke of full time and is down after being rabbit-punched in the chest. We will have extra time!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 1-15 Galway 2-13

Tierney smacks over a Galway '45' with 90 seconds of injury time left!



Hughes drives to the bottom left corner of the Galway net and Monaghan are level on 72 minutes - 1-15 to 2-12! Ward had pointed seconds earlier.


Black card!

Galway down to 14 men for stoppage time as Paul Conroy is sin-binned. We are in the second of five added minutes.



Beggan misses a simple Monaghan free - he was probably exhausted from running up and down the field.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 1-12 Tipperary 0-8

David McGivney fires over another Longford point.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-14 Galway 2-12

Ward takes his point with Beggan loitering on the edge of the Galway square.


Poor Galway wides from Walsh and Finnerty. They are five ahead and the gap should be at least double that.


Monaghan custodian Rory Beggan is the closest player to the Galway goal and he fouls his counterpart Gleeson!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-13 Galway 2-12

Five between them with seven minutes left after Walsh knocks over a free from his hands.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-13 Galway 2-11

Finnerty fists a point to take his tally for the day to 1-2.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 1-10 Tipperary 0-8

Rian Brady with the score as Longford take a five-point advantage.


McCarron cunningly wins a Monaghan '45' but Beggan can't direct his shot on target. Both sides have been wasteful at Clones.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-13 Galway 2-10

Cathal Sweeney cuts inside and takes the point that ensures Galway of a three-point lead at the second water break.



Dessie Reynolds finds the Tipperary net and Longford are back in front - 1-8 to 0-8!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-13 Galway 2-9

With Beggan operating as an auxiliary outfield player, Hughes curls over a 13th Monaghan point on 50 minutes.


Black card!

But Monaghan are down to 14 men again immediately as Dessie Ward is sin-binned. Black cards have plagued the Farney County all year.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-12 Galway 2-9

McManus strokes over the free from his hands and Hughes returns to the fray.


Yellow card for Johnny Heaney who missed a Galway open goal, with Conor McManus back is his full-back line to tidy up.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 0-8 Tipperary 0-6

Gallagher's free restores Longford's two-point cushion.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-11 Galway 2-9

The gap is starting to get a little bit worrying for the hosts as Walsh taps over another easy free. McAnespie replies with his second.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-10 Galway 2-8

McCarron nonchalantly whips over another effortless strike off the left wand. Walsh replies from a simple free.



Tierney tries to lob Beggan from 45 metres and is out of luck as his audacious effort lands slap bang onto the crossbar!


Black card!

Darren Hughes came in for Monaghan as a half-time sub and he's just earned himself a black card for crudely smashing into Peter Cooke off the ball. Walsh makes no mistake from the free. Galway now four points and a man to the good!


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-17 Roscommon 0-11

Niall Grimley closes the scoring at the Athletic Grounds as Armagh impressively retain their top-flight status and Roscommon are relegated to the second tier.


FL4 Shield final full time: Sligo 0-9 Wexford 2-15

The spoils go to the Model County, who found some good form today.



Liam Coleman adds some icing to the Wexford cake with a clever finish - 2-15 to 0-9!


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-16 Roscommon 0-11

Grugan adds to the winning tally in stoppage time.


FL4 Shield final: Sligo 0-9 Wexford 1-15

Kevin O'Grady helps himself to a brace and the Model County have virtually assured themselves of victory in Portlaoise.


FL3 relegation play-off half time: Longford 0-7 Tipperary 0-5

Longford are 35 minutes away from retaining their third-tier status.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-15 Roscommon 0-11

Greg McCabe and Rory Grugan hit the target as Armagh close in on victory.


FL1 relegation play-off half time: Monaghan 0-9 Galway 2-6

With those two goals, Galway take a three-point advantage into the break.



A hammer blow for Monaghan on the stroke of half time as Galway strike for their second three-pointer! McCarron opts not to take the mark and drops his shot from play short. The ball is worked up to the other end and Molloy picks out Finnerty and he blasts past the exposed Beggan to the net - 2-6 to 0-9!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-9 Galway 1-6

Robert Finnerty restores Galway's lead and McManus replies in stoppage time at the end of the first half.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-8 Galway 1-5

Jack McCarron is in the mood today. That's his third and they were all lovely strikes off that left boot.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-12 Roscommon 0-9

Rian O'Neill and Stefan Campbell add to Armagh's tally and we pause for the second water break.



Great chance for a Monaghan leveller but McCarthy drags his shot wide again.


FL4 Shield final: Sligo 0-8 Wexford 1-12

Barry Gorman takes his mark and replies for the Yeats County.


FL4 Shield final: Sligo 0-7 Wexford 1-12

John Tubritt increases the Model County's advantage.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-10 Roscommon 0-9

Ciaran Murtagh fires over from an advanced mark and the margin is down to four.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-10 Roscommon 0-8

Cox keeps the Rossies in touch but the home team are still in the driving seat.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-7 Galway 1-5

Monaghan substitute Jack McCarron splits the posts twice - two super strikes - but wing back Kieran Molloy replies in between.



O'Connell's shot burns the fingers of Gleeson as the Galway goalkeeper deflects it over for a point - 1-4 to 0-5.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 0-6 Tipperary 0-4

Reynolds stretches Longford's lead.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-4 Galway 1-4

Kelly opts to fist a point this time after the Monaghan defence is carved open again.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-9 Roscommon 0-7

Oisin O'Neill's point pushes the Armagh advantage out to five.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-4 Galway 1-3

Dessie Ward pegs a point back before the first-half water break.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 0-4 Tipperary 0-4

Conor Sweeney ties the scores up again.



What a goal from Galway! Matthew Tierney dances in along the right endline and puts it on a plate for Paul Kelly, who blasts to an empty net - 1-3 to 0-3!


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-3 Galway 0-3

Galway are level after points from Eamon Brannigan and Walsh (free).


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-3 Galway 0-1

McAnespie doubles the difference and Conor McCarthy follows up with a tame wide.


FL3 relegation play-off: Longford 0-2 Tipperary 0-1

Dessie Reynolds and Rian Brady struck the Longford points.



Galway 'keeper Conor Gleeson dives to deny Ryan McAnespie what looked a certain Monaghan goal. Beggan effortlessly lifts over the '45'.



Rory Beggan's strong left hand denies Matthew Tierney a Galway goal! A '45' is eventually awarded and Walsh addresses it with his left foot, dragging his shot right and wide.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-1 Galway 0-1

Conor McManus replies from a free after Karl O'Connell was fouled.


FL1 relegation play-off: Monaghan 0-0 Galway 0-1

It took Shane Walsh all of eight seconds to give Galway the lead in Clones!


FL4 Shield final half time: Sligo 0-4 Wexford 1-7

Ben Brosnan got the Wexford goal before being taken off injured.


FL2 semi-final full time: Kildare 1-14 Meath 0-14

Mark Donnellan with a late save as Kildare hold on to seal promotion to Division One!


FL1 relegation play-off half time: Armagh 1-7 Roscommon 0-7

O'Neill's goal ensures that the Orchard County lead at the break.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-14 Meath 0-14

And Morris converts another free in the seventh additional minute. More time being added on after that dust-up.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-14 Meath 0-13

Michael Newman converts a Meath free in the fourth minute of injury time.


Red card!

Meath substitute Brian Conlon is also off for his part in some unsavoury scenes. A number of yellow cards are also flashed...


Red card!

Meath's Conor McGill is lined deep into injury time at Newbridge, where things have not gone according to plan for the visitors.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 1-6 Roscommon 0-6

Cox with a Rossies point on the stoke of half time.



On 30 minutes, Oisin O'Neill fires to the Roscommon net and Armagh lead by four - 1-6 to 0-5!


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 0-6 Roscommon 0-5

Rian O'Neill nudges the hosts in front from an advanced mark.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-14 Meath 0-11

Morris reduces the Royal arrears to six but they only have five minutes left...


HL1A full time: Waterford 2-29 Tipperary 3-21

Waterford's terrific victory denies Tipp top place, which goes to Galway. If the Tribesmen and Kilkenny meet in the championship, it will double up as the league decider; otherwise, the title will be shared.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 0-5 Roscommon 0-5

Jemar Hall with the point as the Orchard County get back on terms.


HL1A full time: Westmeath 3-26 Limerick 0-18

Kyle Hayes, Darren O'Connell and Pat Ryan with the goals as the Treaty County pull away for a comfortable victory in the end.


FL2 semi-final full time: Clare 2-18 Mayo 2-22

Mayo see off battling Clare to clinch promotion to Division One.


HL1A full time: Cork 2-23 Galway 3-25

The Tribesmen come from behind to record a wonderful win in Pairc Ui Chaoimh - a victory which should see them top the group.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-13 Meath 0-7

Eamon Wallace pulls back a point for the Royal County but it's goals they need!


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-13 Meath 0-6

McLoughlin points a free as the 14 men push on ominously.


FL2 semi-final: Clare 2-18 Mayo 2-21

Cleary fires over a free from the hands in the 70th minute. What spirit from the Banner men!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 2-17 Mayo 2-21

McMahon and Tubridy hammer over two inspirational Clare points. Four minutes left.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 0-1 Roscommon 0-5

Ciaran Murtagh then strikes to leave four between the sides.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 0-1 Roscommon 0-4

Diarmuid Murtagh on target for the Rossies.


Red card!

A straight red card for Kildare's Luke Flynn! Is that going to be a turning point at Newbridge, where Meath trail by eight points?



Cathal Mannion bats home the third Galway goal - 3-21 to 2-21!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 2-15 Mayo 2-19

Podge Collins and McMahon points set up an interesting last ten minutes...


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-11 Meath 0-6

Neil Flynn adds another one for the Lilywhites.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-10 Meath 0-6

Darragh Kirwan's point leaves seven between the teams in Newbridge.


HL1A: Waterford 2-22 Tipperary 2-17

Jack Prendergast on target for Na Deise, who have been excellent so far.


FL1 relegation play-off: Armagh 0-1 Roscommon 0-1

Conor Cox and Rian O'Neill trade early frees at the Athletic Grounds.


FL2 semi-final: Clare 2-13 Mayo 2-18

Substitute Emmet McMahon brings the Banner back within five and we stop for the second water break in Ennis.


HL1A: Cork 2-18 Galway 2-18

Horgan's free leaves them level at the second water break.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-8 Meath 0-6

Cillian O'Sullivan claims the Royal County's sixth score of the day.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-8 Meath 0-5

Ethan Devine gives Meath the start they needed to the second half in Newbridge but McLoughlin replies from a free.



Galway have netted twice since the resumption through Conor Whelan and now Conor Cooney and are level with Cork - 2-17 apiece!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 2-10 Mayo 2-18

Paddy Durcan bombs forward to kick an inspirational Mayo point!



O'Neill was sure he had a second Clare goal but the umpires felt Aidan O'Shea had cleared it off the line. The ball goes back in and Cooney finishes O'Neill's pass to the net - 2-10 to 2-17!


HL1A: Waterford 2-17 Tipperary 2-14

Billy Power's point nudges the hosts into a three-point lead.


FL2 semi-final: Clare 1-10 Mayo 2-16

Tubridy adds to Clare's tally but they could do with a few goals...



Darren O'Neill throws Clare a potential lifeline but back come Mayo with a Conroy point - 2-15 to 1-9!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-9 Mayo 2-14

Beautiful point from Ruane off his left peg after Cleary converted a Clare free.


FL2 semi-final half time: Kildare 1-7 Meath 0-4

Meath with it all to do in the second half if they are going to book their return to the top flight.


HL2A full time: Wicklow 0-10 Offaly 1-32

Shane Dooley with 17 points as Division One bound Offaly effortlessly maintain their 100% record. The Faithful County have enjoyed a superb league and are in good shape going into the championship.


HL2A full time: Down 4-23 Meath 0-14

The Ardsmen proved far too strong for the Royals in Ballycran.


HL2A full time: Carlow 3-25 Kerry 0-14

A thumping victory for Carlow and a sobering defeat for the Kingdom ahead of the championship.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-7 Meath 0-4

McLoughlin and Alex Beirne edged the Lilywhites into a six-point lead.


HL1A half time: Westmeath 0-10 Limerick 0-14

Not a lot to play for in Mullingar but Westmeath are showing some serious pride against the All-Ireland champions!



Waterford have lost Austin Gleeson to injury, which is very worrying ahead of the championship.


HL1A half time: Waterford 2-12 Tipperary 2-13

The Premier by the minimum at the end of a thrilling 35 minutes at Walsh Park.


FL2 semi-final half time: Clare 0-8 Mayo 2-13

The Connacht champions are in complete control in Ennis.


HL1A half time: Cork 2-12 Galway 0-12

Goals from Conor Cahalane and Jack O'Connor the difference at the break.



Concern for Mayo as Cillian O'Connor limps out of the action on the stroke of half time...


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-5 Meath 0-4

Neil Flynn's point makes it double scores in favour of the Lilywhites.



Noel McGrath's major has Tipp back in front of Waterford - 2-13 to 2-12!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-7 Mayo 2-12

Lee Keegan gets forward from corner back to clip over a great point; O'Connor quickly adds to his swelling tally.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-4 Meath 0-4

Neil Flynn converts a free and the goal separates these neighbouring counties again.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-3 Meath 0-4

Bryan McMahon edges Meath closer. Kildare have lost both Hyland and Paul Cribbin to injury.



Full back Oisin Mullin boots the ball to the back of Clare's net and Mayo lead by 2-10 to 0-7!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-7 Mayo 1-10

Pearse Lillis improvises to kick over a lovely Clare score with his right boot.



Hutchinson again for Waterford and they now lead Tipp - 2-11 to 1-12!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-6 Mayo 1-10

O'Connor points an advanced mark to make it 1-7 without reply but Cleary's free from the hands finally produces a sixth Clare point.



Dessie Hutchinson nets for Waterford but they trail Tipp by 1-12 to 1-10.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-2 Meath 0-2

Jordan Morris grabs his first point of the day.


FL2 semi-final: Kildare 1-2 Meath 0-1

Fionn Reilly opens Meath's account in the ninth minute but Brian McLoughlin replies.


HL1A: Cork 1-5 Galway 0-6

Patrick Horgan's strike leaves two points between the teams.



Kildare have made a dream start in their promotion shoot-out against Meath - Jimmy Hyland netting to make it 1-1 to no score!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-5 Mayo 1-7

Double scores at the first water break. O'Connor's last point was pure class. Mayo have hit 1-4 without reply.


HL1A: Waterford 0-8 Tipperary 1-9

Shane Bennett with a Waterford point before we pause for the first water break.



Cillian O'Connor is fouled and he tucks away the penalty himself - 1-6 to 0-5 to Mayo!


FL4 semi-final full time: Waterford 0-11 Antrim 1-15

A perfect league campaign for Enda McGinley's men culminates in promotion to Division Three!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-5 Mayo 0-5

Tommy Conroy halves the deficit and quickly equalises.



Eastwood drills the leather to Waterford's net and Antrim have surely done enough to earn promotion!


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-5 Mayo 0-3

Cleary sweeps over a free and the hosts are back in front. David Tubridy then curls over a stunning left-footed point!



Jason Forde's strike propels Tipp four points clear of Waterford - 1-4 to 0-3!



Conor Cahalane hit an early Cork goal and Shane Kingston has made it 1-2 to 0-1 against Galway.


FL2 semi-final: Clare 0-3 Mayo 0-3

Eoin Cleary slotted Clare's third successive point but Ryan O'Donoghue equalises from an advanced mark.


HL1A: Waterford 0-2 Tipperary 0-1

Stephen Bennett gives Waterford the lead.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-8 Antrim 0-14

Eunan Walsh fists a 61st-minute point for the Saffrons, who are within touching distance of promotion.


In a few minutes, four more games commence: all three Division One Group A hurling encounters as well as Clare V Mayo in a huge Division Two promotion play-off.


HL2A half time: Wicklow 0-2 Offaly 1-18

The Faithful County are having it all their own way and will complete their league programme with a 100% record.


HL2A half time: Down 2-11 Meath 0-8

The Ardsmen turn around at Ballycran with a nine-point advantage.


HL2A half time: Carlow 2-12 Kerry 0-7

After a thoroughly dominant first-half performance, Carlow are in complete control.



John Murphy hits the net for Offaly, who now lead Wicklow by 1-16 to 0-2!


HL2A: Wicklow 0-1 Offaly 0-16

Padraig Doran opens the Garden County's account with 30 minutes played in Baltinglass.


HL2A: Down 2-10 Meath 0-7

Regan pulls one back from a Royals free. But Down hold a nine-point advantage with eight minutes left before the break.


HL2A: Down 2-7 Meath 0-6

Conor Woods and Jack Regan send over points at either end.


HL2A: Wicklow 0-0 Offaly 0-12

Dooley's free makes it a perfect dozen on 20 minutes.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-8 Antrim 0-12

Darragh Corcoran and Curry raise white flags as Na Deise reduce their arrears to four once more.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-6 Antrim 0-11

Four points shared at the start of the second half - Curry with the latest one for the home team.


HL2A: Wicklow 0-0 Offaly 0-10

Wing back Aidan Treacy bags himself a point and centre back Joey Keenaghan tacks on another one.


HL2A: Down 2-5 Meath 0-3

The gap is out to eight following Eoghan Sands' strike for the hosts.



John Michael Nolan nets for Carlow - 1-6 to 0-2!



Down get a second through Oisin MacManus and they lead Meath by 2-2 to 0-1!


HL2A: Carlow 0-6 Kerry 0-1

John Nolan and Kavanagh (free) with the points as Carlow continue their confident start.


HL2A: Wicklow 0-0 Offaly 0-5

There was an ominous feel to this one even before throw-in. John Murphy with the latest Offaly score.


HL2A: Down 1-2 Meath 0-1

Paul Sheehan's free extends the Ardsmen's advantage.


HL2A: Carlow 0-4 Kerry 0-1

Kevin McDonald blasts a Carlow goal chance over the bar.


HL2A: Wicklow 0-0 Offaly 0-3

Shane Dooley strokes over a brace of frees in this clash of top V bottom.



Daithi Sands ripples the net early on at Ballycran, where Down lead Meath by 1-1 to no score.


HL2A: Carlow 0-3 Kerry 0-1

The unerring Kavanagh fires over his second pointed free.


HL2A: Carlow 0-2 Kerry 0-1

Mikey Boyle replies but the hosts are back in front.


HL2A: Carlow 0-1 Kerry 0-0

Martin Kavanagh opens the scoring from a free.


The three Division 2A hurling league games are due to throw in any second now... These are essentially dead rubbers but will be used as important final preparations ahead of the championship.


FL4 semi-final half time: Waterford 0-4 Antrim 0-9

Murray closes the first-half scoring and the Saffrons lead by five at the break.


Team news:

A couple of late changes to the Mayo starting XV as Kevin McLoughlin replaces Fergal Boland and Aidan O’Shea replaces Darren McHale.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-4 Antrim 0-8

Curry chips in with Waterford's fourth and the hosts are very much back in the game.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-3 Antrim 0-8

Dylan Guiry and Dermot Ryan string two Waterford points together as we approach half time.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-1 Antrim 0-8

But Ryan Murray is on hand to restore the seven-point gap.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-1 Antrim 0-7

Eastwood stretches the Antrim lead before Jason Curry gets Na Deise up and running in the 26th minute.


That water break was much-needed. It's a scorcher down in Costa Del Dungarvan this afternoon.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-0 Antrim 0-6

Enda McGinley's men in total control at the first water break. Their full-forward line all registered inside twelve minutes.


Ruairi McCann has slotted two of those early Antrim scores, with points from Conor Small and Odhran Eastwood in between.


FL4 semi-final: Waterford 0-0 Antrim 0-4

It's been one-way traffic so far in Dungarvan, where the Saffrons have justified favouritism with a confident start.


It's going to be a dramatic day as the 2021 national leagues essentially come to a close.


Allianz HL Division 2A round 5:

The final round in this section is academic as Offaly have already been promoted and their opponents Wicklow are relegated. Elsewhere, Down host Meath and Kerry travel to Carlow.


Allianz HL Division 1 Group A round 5:

With Tipperary, Galway and Cork all in the running to finish top of Group A, the final round of games pits the Rebels against the Tribesmen while Tipp travel to Walsh Park to take on Waterford. Westmeath entertain holders Limerick.


Allianz FL Division 4 shield final:

Sligo and Wexford do battle at Portlaoise.


Allianz FL Division 4 semi-final:

Fraher Field stages the day's first throw-in: Waterford V Antrim at 12:15, with the winners set to seal promotion to Division Three.


Allianz FL Division 3 relegation play-off:

Longford and Tipperary face off for the right to remain in the third tier.


Allianz FL Division 2 semi-finals:

The losers of those two matches will be replaced in Division One next year by the winners of today's second-division semi-finals, where Clare entertain Mayo and Kildare have home advantage against Meath.


Allianz FL Division 1 relegation play-off:

Two teams are going to lose their top-flight status this afternoon. Armagh host Roscommon and Monaghan welcome Galway to Clones for two important relegation shoot-outs.


Unlucky 13 for some!

It's June 13th and we have 13 matches taking place in the national football and hurling leagues, with some outstanding major issues to be resolved today.

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