Dublin and Galway to face off in All-Ireland under 20 final as inter-county season gets back under way

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Dublin and Galway will contest the U20 All-Ireland Final. Mayo boosted their chances of retaining their Division 1 status with an excellent win over Galway. Roscommon took a huge step towards promotion back to Division 1 while Fermanagh were relegated to Division 3. In Division 3 the second promotion spot is up for grabs with Down in the driving seat after receiving a walkover victory from Leitrim, Louth were relegated to Division 4. The promotion race goes down to the final day in Division 4. In hurling Antrim, Down and Sligo all secured league titles. 

 

All-Ireland U20 Championship semi-finals

Dublin 1-14 v 1-12 Tyrone

Galway 1-15 v 1-10 Kerry

 

Football League Round 6

 

Division 1

Monaghan 0-14 v 0-17 Kerry

Dublin 1-20 v 0-19 Meath

Galway 0-17 v 3-23 Mayo

Donegal 2-17 v 2-13 Tyrone

 

Division 2

Westmeath 1-18 v 0-13 Laois

Armagh 0-15 v 3-10 Roscommon

Clare 1-11 v 1-09 Fermanagh

Kildare 1-21 v 20 Cavan

 

Division 3

Down v Leitrim – Leitrim give Down a walkover 

Cork 5-19 v 0-16 Louth

Derry 2-14 v 0-12 Longford

Tipperary 1-16 v 0-16 Offaly

 

Division 4

Wicklow 7-11 v 0-07 Antrim

Carlow 2-17 v 2-15 Sligo

Limerick 1-10 v 1-13 Wexford

 

Minor Championship 

 

Ulster

Round 1 

Monaghan 1-08 v 1-07 Cavan

Antrim 3-24 v 2-14 Down

Leinster – Round 1

Meath 1-15 v 0-07 Dublin

Louth 0-15 v 1-06 Wexford

Wicklow 4-13 v 3-09 Longford

 

Minor Hurling Championship

 

Munster – quarter finals

Cork 1-24 v 2-13 Clare

Kerry 0-09 v 0-32 Tipperary

 

Leinster – Round 1

Offaly 2-18 v 0-12 Laois

Westmeath 1-15 v 1-14 Carlow

Antrim 0-07 v 1-13 Kildare

 

Hurling League Finals

 

Division 2A

Antrim 2-23 v 2-20 Kerry

 

Division 2B

Down 2-16 v 0-17 Derry

 

Division 3B

Sligo 3-17 v 2-16 Leitrim