Kerry will face old rivals Dublin in the semi-finals of the All-Ireland senior football championship in two weeks' time following their comfortable 1-18 to 0-13 victory over Mayo at Croke Park this afternoon.
Cork guaranteed automatic progress to the semi-final of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship by virtue of their hard-fought victory over Waterford at Walsh Park but it remains all to play for in Group 1 as four of the other five teams battle it out for the two quarter-final berths.
Tipperary's sustained consistency of appearances in the knockout stages of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship, and in particular, their record of appearing in the last four semi-finals, is under considerable threat as a result of the a 1-16 to 0-13 defeat by resurgent Waterford at Semple Stadium.
Legendary Westmeath goalkeeper Sean Greville from Raharney and Dublin and O'Toole's great Peadar Carton Snr were presented with Hall of Fame awards by Leinster Council chairman Pat Teehan at yesterday's provincial SHC final at Croke Park in recognition for a lifetime of dedicated service to their respective clubs and counties.
Cork survived a fervent Dublin challenge to retain their perfect record, scoring the last goal and eight points to record a 2-10 to 0-9 win over Dublin in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship Group 1 tie at the St Peregrine's club grounds.