As the condensed GAA season continued around the country in all codes, here are the results that you need.
Dublin's quest for a 10th successive Leinster Senior Football crown got off to a positive note.
The five-in-a-row All-Ireland Champions beat Westmeath 0-22 to 0-11 in their quarter-final at MW Hire O'Moore Park.
Ciarán Kilkenny scored five points from play in a man of the match performance in what was Dessie Farrell's first championship game as Dubs manager.
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Elsewhere, Cavan secured their place in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-finals today by beating Antrim 13 points to 9 at Kingspan Breffni Park.
Tipperary beat Limerick by a point after extra-time to reach the Munster Football Championship Final.
1-15 to 2-11 was the final score at the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
Defending champions Dublin booked their place in the semi-finals of the All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship today.
They beat Waterford by 17-points to 1-10 to secure the top spot in their group.
Mayo opened their campaign with a 4-17 to 0-4 victory over Tyrone.
Cork beat Kerry 1-14 to 14 points with Saoirse Noonan scoring the crucial goal for the Rebels.
In the All-Ireland Senior Hurling qualifiers, Cork beat Dublin on a scoreline of 1-25 to 22 points.
Declan Dalton with the goal for the Rebels in the first half at Semple Stadium.
The result means Kieran Kingston's side go into the draw on Monday morning while Dublin's year is over.
Elsewhere today Clare beat Laois by a point at Nowlan Park to advance.
0-27 to 3-17 was the final score there.
Wexford rounded off their All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship campaign with a victory.
The Models defeated their Leinster rivals Offaly by 1-15 to 1-13 at Enniscorthy to see Offaly finish bottom of their group.