Westmeath have defeated neighbours Meath for the first time in the history of the Leinster Championship.
It was 23rd time lucky for the Lakesiders as they won by 3-19 to 2-18 in Croke Park.
Meath now go into the draw for Round 2B of the Football Qualifiers, which takes place at 8.30am.
Westmeath will now face Dublin for the first time ever in the Leinster Final. That comes after Dublin recorded a comfortable victory of Kildare in Croke Park. 5-18 to 0-14 was the final score.
Tyrone are through to the next round of the qualifiers after a 1-14 to 0-8 win over Limerick at Healy Park in Omagh.
There was only two points between the sides at half time before Mickey Harte's side powered on in the second half.
Seamus Coleman will not move to Manchester United for now, according to reports this morning.
The Sun suggests that if the Reds want the Ireland full back they'll have to up their offer.
Meanwhile, The Mirror report that Manchester City are about to enter the race to sign Sergio Ramos from Real Madrid.
Manchester United are interested in the defender who's future at the Bernabeu seems uncertain.
Former England defender Phil Neville is going abroad to further his coaching career. Spanish side Valencia say he's joining as their new assistant manager. Neville was a coach at Manchester United under David Moyes.
The season's third Grand Slam gets underway today at Wimbledon.
Reigning men's champion Novak Djokovic opens proceedings on Centre Court against Philip Kohlschreiber at 1pm.
In the Women's draw, five time champion Serena Williams begins her quest for a 21st Grand Slam title this afternoon. The American faces Russian Margarita Gasparyan on Court No.1.