Football and hurling results weekend 1st Nov as Donegal end Tyrone’s season

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There were some massive shocks in the All-Ireland football championship as contenders Monaghan and Tyrone were dumped out in the first round. Meanwhile, in the hurling championship Limerick reasserted their favourites status with a comprehensive victory over incumbent champions Tipperary.

Football

 

Ulster Senior Football Championship- Preliminary Round

Monaghan 1-17 v 2-15 Cavan

 

Ulster Senior Football Championship – quarter-finals

Donegal 1-13 v 1-11 Tyrone

Derry 0-15 v 0-17 Armagh

 

Connacht Senior Football Championship – quarter-final

Leitrim 0-10 v 2-15  Mayo

 

Munster Senior Football Championship – quarter-finals

Waterford 0-09 v 2-14 Limerick

Tipperary 2-11 v 1-11 Clare

 

Leinster Senior Football Championship – Round 1

Louth 1-07 v 1-09 Longford

Wexford 0-11 v 2-09 Wicklow

Offaly 3-14 v 0-20 Carlow

 

Hurling

 

Munster Senior Hurling Championship – semi-finals

Cork 1-24 V 1-28 Waterford

Tipperary 2-17 v 3-23 Limerick

 

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship – semi-finals

Dublin 2-22 v 3-20 Kilkenny

Galway 1-27 v 0-17 Wexford

 

Joe McDonagh Cup – Round 2

Westmeath 0-14 v 2-19 Kerry

Carlow 2-25 v 5-16 Antrim

 

Christy Ring Cup – Round 2A

Down 1-13 v 0-13 Derry

Kildare 2-14 v 1-10 Wicklow

 

Nicky Rackard Cup – Round 2A

Donegal 3-13 v 1-09  Armagh

Tyrone 0-09 v 1-23 Mayo

 

Lory Meagher Cup – Round 2

Fermanagh 0-16 v Cavan 1-13