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  • 13:57
    Hello and Welcome . . . It's National Football and Hurling League Sunday today. Lots of matches called off due to the weather conditions, but we'll keep you up to date with all those that are going ahead.

    Be sure to get in touch throughout, via either the comments section ('Contact Us' tab) or on Twitter (@DonoghueEamon).

    Let's get started!
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    Football Division One

    Monaghan v Donegal, Clones, 2pm
    Mayo v Tyrone, MacHale Park, 2pm
    Galway v Dublin, Pearse Stadium, 2pm

    Football Division Two

    Down v Tipperary, Pairc Esler - OFF
    Louth v Meath, Gaelic Grounds - OFF
    Roscommon v Cavan, Hyde Park, 2pm

    Football Division Three

    Derry v Wexford, Celtic Park, 1pm
    Longford v Westmeath, Pearse Park, 2pm
    Fermanagh v Armagh, Brewster Park, 2pm
    Offaly v Sligo, O'Connor Park - OFF

    Football Division Four
    Antrim v Carlow, Corrigan Park, 1pm
    Waterford v Leitrim, Ardmore - OFF
    Wicklow v Limerick, Aughrim - OFF

    Hurling quarter-finals

    Offaly v Kilkenny, O'Connor Park - OFF
    Wexford v Galway, Innovate Wexford Park - OFF
    Dublin v Tipperary, Parnell Park - OFF
    Limerick v Clare, Gaelic Grounds - OFF

    Hurling 1A relegation play-off

    Cork v Waterford, Pairc Ui Rinn, 3pm

    Hurling 1B relegation play-off  

    Antrim v Laois, Dunloy, 2pm

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    So with those postponements, the focus is on the three Division One football matches and the hurling playoff between Cork and Waterford.  

    The Deise coming off two wins so they look well set to edge that one against their Munster rivals. That's underway at 3pm.

    In the football the big game is Donegal v Monaghan. Donegal need points badly if they intend on staying in the top tier. While the meeting o the unbeaten Galway and Dublin looks like being a rehearsal for the league final.

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    Mayo 0-1 Tyrone 0-2 (9') Conor McAliskey knocks over a long range free to put Tyrone ahead early on. Neither team certain of their league safety, so plenty to play for here.
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    Cavan 0-4 Roscommon 0-1 (7') Cavan out of the traps strongly as Cian Mackey gets their fourth point. These two are both tussling for promotion to the top tier
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    Galway 0-0 Dublin 0-1 (3') Ciaran Kilkenny gets the Dubs underway in Pearse Stadium
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    Longford 0-0 Westmeath 0-5 (11') John Heslin with four frees early on. The winner here will have their Division Two promotion all but secured  
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    Monaghan 0-2 Donegal 0-1 (13') After making a great save, Rory Beggan comes up to kick a free. The hosts lead early on in Clones
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    Mayo 0-1 Tyrone 0-5 (15') Niall Sludden with a long range point as Tyrone build a nice early lead in Castlebar. Mayo's record here hasn't been too great of late, they'll be looking for an improvement today. No sign of it so far
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    Galway 0-0 Dublin 0-2 (7') Dean Rock slots his first free after his clubmate James McCarthy is fouled
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    Galway 0-2 Dublin 0-2 (8') Two frees in a row for the hosts brings them level and will settle them down nicely for this top of the table clash
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    Monaghan 0-4 Donegal 0-2 (18') Michael Murphy adds a free for Donegal's second point, before Dermot Malone makes it a double score game. Low scoring affair early on, as you'd tend to expect with these two
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    Galway 0-3 Dublin 0-2 (10') Barry McHugh points and Gawlay lead the Dubs after the first 10 minutes at Pearse Stadium. A long way to go
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    Galway 0-5 Dublin 0-2 (12') What a start by the Tribesmen. If they win here today, and Monaghan can beat the Dubs in the last round of the league - it'll be a Galway v Monaghan league final
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    Cavan 0-5 Roscommon 0-3 (24') Roscommon close the gap with Fergal Lennon up from the back for their third point
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    Mayo 0-1 Tyrone 0-6 (25') Lee Brennan with Tyrone's sixth point, before they lose colm Cavanagh to a black card
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    LATEST


    Football Division One


    Monaghan 0-7 Donegal 1-4
    Mayo 0-1 Tyrone 0-7
    Galway 0-7 Dublin 0-3

    Football Division Two


    Roscommon 0-4 Cavan 0-6


    Football Division Three


    Derry 2-17 Wexford 3-7
    Longford 0-8 Westmeath 1-7
    Fermanagh 0-4 Armagh 0-1

    Football Division Four
    Antrim 0-11 Carlow 1-12


    Hurling 1A relegation play-off


    Cork v Waterford, Pairc Ui Rinn, 3pm


    Hurling 1B relegation play-off    


    Antrim 0-6 Laois 1-6

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    Monaghan 0-8 Donegal 1-5 (33') Jamie Brennan got the goal for Donegal who are fighting for their lives today
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    Roscommon 0-7 Cavan 0-6 (31') After a slow start, Conor Devaney puts the Rossies ahead
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    Tyrone 0-8 Mayo 0-1 (32') Padraig McNulty sees red for a high challenge. A lifeline for Mayo
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    Galway 0-8 Dublin 0-3 (24') Gary O'Donnell up from the halfback line to keep Galway ahead in Salthill
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    Roscommon get the last five points of the half to lead Cavan at the Hyde by three points. As Mayo lose Footballer of the Year Andy Moran to a black card - they trail 14-man Tyrone by seven points

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    Carlow will play outside of Division Four for the first time next year, their win over Antrim securing their promotion. Well deserved, great work being put in these past few years!

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    LATEST


    Football Division One


    HT Monaghan 0-9 Donegal 1-5
    HT Mayo 0-3 Tyrone 0-8
    HT Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-5

    Football Division Two


    HT Roscommon 0-9 Cavan 0-6


    Football Division Three


    FT Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-8
    HT Longford 0-12 Westmeath 1-7
    L Fermanagh 0-5 Armagh 0-1

    Football Division Four


    FT Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12


    Hurling 1A relegation play-off


    Cork v Waterford, Pairc Ui Rinn, 3pm


    Hurling 1B relegation play-off      


    HT Antrim 0-7 Laois 1-9

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    A strong first half by Galway - albeit playing that first half with a strong wind at their backs. In Division Two Roscommon finished the half strongly, knowing a win over Cavan would leave them in a great position to secure promotion. Carlow sealed their promotion from Division Four with a win over Antrim. And in Division Three Fermanagh are beating Armagh and Longford are beating Westmeath. If things stay as are there we'll have a very interesting final day in that division.
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    Roscommon 0-9 Cavan 0-7 (37') Cavan get the opening score of the second half, via Caoimhin O'Reilly
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    Monaghan 1-13 Donegal 1-6 (41') Conor McManus scores a free for Monaghan who have ripped into the second half in Clones. Not looking good for Donegal
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    Longford 0-13 Westmeath 1-8 (37') Longford's classy midfielder Darren Gallagher registers their first point of the second half
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    Cork 0-4 Waterford 0-0  (5') The Rebels take an early lead in the Division One hurling relegation playoff. Bill Cooper with their latest point
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    Monaghan 1-13 Donegal 1-8 (48') Dessie Mone and Michael Murphy (from a free) exchange points
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    Roscommon 0-9 Cavan 0-11 (45') Roscommon start the half slowly again. Gearoid McKiernan getting among the scores
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    Mayo 0-4 Tyrone 1-9 (42') Mayo's mini-revival hit hard by a Lee Brennan goal
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    Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-6 (41') Dean Rock's free cuts the Galway lead to four points at Pearse Stadium
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    Cork 0-5 Waterford 0-0 (14') Alan Cadogan gets Cork's fifth point at  Pairc Ui Rinn
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    Roscommon 0-10 Cavan 0-11 (52') Roscommon get their first point of the second half, and it's from the trusty left boot of Donie Smith
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    LATEST

    Football Division One

    Monaghan 1-14 Donegal 1-9
    Mayo 0-4 Tyrone 1-11
    Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-7

    Football Division Two

    Roscommon 0-10 Cavan 0-11

    Football Division Three

    FT Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-8
    Longford 0-15 Westmeath 1-10
    Fermanagh 0-7 Armagh 0-6

    Football Division Four

    FT Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12

    Hurling 1A relegation play-off

    (First half) Cork 0-5 Waterford 0-0

    Hurling 1B relegation play-off        

    Antrim 0-15 Laois 1-11

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    Cork 0-5 Waterford 1-0 (20') Waterford's first and only score in the opening 20 minutes is a penalty whcih Patrick Curran converts
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    Roscommon 0-10 Cavan 0-12 (55') Raymond Galligan up from his goal drills over a 45 for Cavan
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    Cork 0-7 Waterford 1-1 (24') The Rebels extend their lead to three again.

    Roscommon 0-12 Cavan 0-12 (61') Conor Daly picks up a black card for the Rossies after the draw level

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    Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-8 (55') Jonny Cooper points for the Dubs. Galway yet to score in the second half playing into the wind
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    Mayo 0-4 Tyrone 1-12 (57') Mayo trail by eleven. Looks like they'll go to Donegal in the last game of the league needing to get a result
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    Galway 0-10 Dublin 0-9 (57') Paddy Small points a free as Dublin continue to eat into that Galway lead
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    Mayo 0-5 Tyrone 1-14 (60') Lee Brennan again on the hour mark

    Roscommon 0-14 Cavan 0-13 (68') Ciaran Murtagh puts Roscommon ahead as they look to finish the second half as they did the first

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    Monaghan 1-15 Donegal 1-10 (73') Into injury time in Clones. Monaghan remain in with a shot of making the league final. Donegal will have to beat Mayo to stay up
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    Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-9 (63') Johnny Heaney and then Damien Comer point for the Tribesmen. Scores coming like London buses for the hosts
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    Roscommon beat Cavan by two points as Tyrone grab another goal against Mayo - via Conall McCann

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    LATEST

    Football Division One

    FT Monaghan 1-16 Donegal 1-10
    Mayo 0-7 Tyrone 2-14
    Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-9

    Football Division Two

    FT Roscommon 0-15 Cavan 0-13

    Football Division Three

    FT Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-8
    Longford 1-16 Westmeath 1-12
    FT Fermanagh 0-7 Armagh 0-7

    Football Division Four

    FT Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12

    Hurling 1A relegation play-off

    HT Cork 0-10 Waterford 1-4

    Hurling 1B relegation play-off          

    FT Antrim 0-17 Laois 1-16

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    FT Longford 1-16 Westmeath 1-12 - Brilliant win for Longford. They have a great chance now at securing promotion up to Division Two
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    Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-10 (68') Dublin are in trouble. Eoghan O'Gara - not long on the field - walks after getting a red card
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    Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-12 (71')  Cormac Costello (free) and then Ciaran Kilkenny have levelled it for Dublin!
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    FT Mayo 0-8 Tyrone 2-14 - Conor Loftus misses a late free for Mayo. One to forget for them today. And quickly. Do or die next week against Donegal
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    Mick Fitzsimons wins a free and Cormac Costello will have a free to win it for Dublin
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    Galway 0-12 Dublin 0-13 (74')  Cormac Costello slots the free. Two points down with a minute of normal time left. And down to 14 players. Dublin now lead by a point with time nearly up
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    Galway have one more score in them for the draw. What a finish!!
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    Johnny Heaney at the death for the Tribesmen to rescue the draw!
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    LATEST

    Football Division One

    FT Monaghan 1-16 Donegal 1-10
    FT Mayo 0-8 Tyrone 2-14
    FT Galway 0-13 Dublin 0-13

    Football Division Two

    FT Roscommon 0-15 Cavan 0-13

    Football Division Three

    FT Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-8
    FT Longford 1-16 Westmeath 1-12
    FT Fermanagh 0-7 Armagh 0-7

    Football Division Four

    FT Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12

    Hurling 1A relegation play-off

    HT Cork 0-10 Waterford 1-4

    Hurling 1B relegation play-off            

    FT Antrim 0-17 Laois 1-16

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    So. In Division One, Galway and Dublin remain unbeaten and will contest the final on April 1st. Donegal will host Mayo knowing a win will keep them up and relegate the latter.

    Roscommon go top of Division Two, but it'll go to the wire between them and Tipp and Cavan for promotion. In Division Three, any two from Armagh, Longford, Fermanagh and Westmeath can still go up. While the big story of the day is in Division Four where Carlow secured their place in Division Three for next season.

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    Now back to the hurling.

    Cork 0-12 Waterford 1-5 (40') The two Bennett brothers are on at half-time for the Deise

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    Cork 0-11 Waterford 1-6 (44') Tom Devine causing wreck. He creates a goal chance, and then hits the post from the next attack. Waterford need to convert these though. Tommy Ryan pulls one back for them  

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    Cork 0-14 Waterford 1-8 (47') Brilliant point by Darragh Fitzgibbon. Before Anthony Nash tips a Stephen Bennett shot over the bar

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    Cork 0-15 Waterford 1-8 (51') After a scrappy passage of play Patrick Horgan shows a flash of sheer class to point from distance on the left. he collected the pass and shot in a split second - serious wrist work!

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    Cork 0-16 Waterford 1-8 (54')  Horgan again, this time from a free. As Maurice Shanahan comes on. First thing he does is get sent off!

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    Cork 0-17 Waterford 1-10 (60') Bill Cooper points on the run. Cork's midifeld pairing has been very impressive

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    8 wides apeice for Cork and Waterford. The Rebels lead by four with seven minutes left (normal time) and have an extra man
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    Cork 0-17 Waterford 1-12 (65') Five mintes left and the Cork lead is down to two  

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    Luke Meade is on and he hits Cork's 10th wide
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    Cork 0-18 Waterford 1-12 (67') That man again Patrick Horgan, from a tight angle on the left. Shane Fives tries to hit back straight away but instead registers a 10th wide for his team

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    Cork 0-19 Waterford 1-12 (69') Substitute Daniel Kearney with an insurance point for the Rebels. Four up now

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    What a score by Colm Spillane - a throwback to the days of the Rock - he takes the loose handpass on the run, comes through his man and drives it over the bar. Five between them now and that should be enough
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    Cork 0-21 Waterford 1-12 (72') Kearney again. We are two minutes into an additional five of injury time

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    Waterford come looking for a late goal but Spillane makes a great block/possible foul on Stephen Bennett
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    FT Cork 0-21 Waterford 1-13 Waterford down a few important players but Cork were the better team. Sharper and more efficient.

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    The red card was crucial there. Silly by Maurice after just coming on. Waterford were gassed when just two down and they needed to find another gear. Instead Cork slotted over four on the trot
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    So that's that . . . Big wins for Cork and Laois in the hurling. In the fooball, it's a day to remember for promoted Carlow. Roscommon remain Cavan's bogey team to go top of Division Two, Division Three is all over the place and in the top tier Galway and Dublin both remain unbeaten. While Donegal and Mayo both lose to set up a relegation final next weekend.

    Thanks for joining us, reports are flowing in as we speak, and we will be back again next weekend!

    @DonoghueEamon

  • 16:45

    The GAA have confirmed the following fixtures have been rescheduled:

    Allianz Hurling League Quarter-Finals

    Wexford v Galway -  rescheduled for Monday, March 19th, 2pm throw-in

    Dublin v Tipperary -  rescheduled for Monday March 19th, 3pm throw-in

    Offaly v Kilkenny -  rescheduled for Monday March 19th, 1pm throw-in

    Limerick v Clare -  rescheduled for Monday March 19th, 4pm throw-in

    Allianz Hurling League Division 2A Final

    Westmeath v Carlow - rescheduled for Monday, March 19th, 2.30pm throw-in

    Allianz Football League Division Two

    Louth v Meath -  rescheduled for Monday, March 19, 2pm throw-in

    Down v Tipperary -  CCCC will confirm re-fixture details on Tuesday

    Allianz Football League Division Three

    Offaly v Sligo -  rescheduled for Monday March 19, 3pm throw-in

    Allianz Football League Division Four

    Waterford v Leitrim -  rescheduled for Monday, March 19, 2pm throw-in

    Wicklow v Limerick -  rescheduled for Monday, March 19, 2pm throw-in

  • 16:47

    RESULTS

    Football Division One

    FT Monaghan 1-16 Donegal 1-10
    FT Mayo 0-8 Tyrone 2-14
    FT Galway 0-13 Dublin 0-13

    Football Division Two

    FT Roscommon 0-15 Cavan 0-13

    Football Division Three

    FT Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-8
    FT Longford 1-16 Westmeath 1-12
    FT Fermanagh 0-7 Armagh 0-7

    Football Division Four

    FT Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12

    Hurling 1A relegation play-off

    FT Cork 0-21 Waterford 1-13

    Hurling 1B relegation play-off              

    FT Antrim 0-17 Laois 1-16