There was plenty of GAA action around the country on Sunday as the Allianz National Football and Hurling Leagues continued.
All-Ireland Champions Limerick are still without a win, three rounds into the Allianz National Hurling League.
They were beaten by Waterford on a scoreline of 1-22 to 0-21 points at Walsh Park in Division One A on Sunday afternoon.
Jack Fagan scored the goal for the Déise in what was a repeat of last season's All-Ireland final which John Kiely's side won by 11 points.
Limerick finished with 13 men with Seamus Flanagan and Kyle Hayes both sent off.
Elsewhere in that group, Cork made light work of Westmeath - beating them 7-27 to 0-15 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
And then in Division One B, Clare got their first win of the season.
Goals from Mark Rodgers and Shane O’Donnell saw the Banner beat Laois 2-27 to 1-17 at MW Hire O'Moore Park.
In Division Two A Kerry beat Meath 1-24 to 0-24 at Austin Stack Park, Offaly beat Carlow 2-25 to 1-17 at Netwatch Cullen Park and Down beat Wicklow 3-26 to 0-14 at Aughrim.
In Division Two B Donegal beat Mayo 4-18 to 0-13 at O'Donnell Park and Kildare beat Derry 5-17 to 1-14 at Manguard Plus Hawkfield.
And in Division Three B Louth beat Cavan 0-19 to 2-12 at Darver while Fermanagh beat Leitrim 1-19 to 1-11 at Brewster Park.
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Dublin and Kerry played out a 4-09 to 1-18 draw in their Allianz National Football League Division One South game at Semple Stadium this afternoon.
Con O'Callaghan and Cormac Costello scored two goals each for the All-Ireland champions while David Clifford found the back of the net from the penalty spot deep into injury for the Kingdom.
The Dubs led by six points at half-time before a particularly impressive third-quarter performance from Peter Keane's side.
Elsewhere in that group, Galway beat Roscommon 2-16 to 1-13 at Pearse Stadium.
Paul Kelly and Tomo Culhane with the goals for the Tribesmen.
In Division Two North Meath beat Down 2-15 to 0-14 at the Athletic Grounds while in Division Two South Clare beat Kildare 1-13 to 0-13 at St. Conleth's Park.
And in Division Four North round Louth beat Leitrim 0-19 to 0-10 at Avantcard Pairc Seán MacDiarmada while Antrim beat Sligo 3-13 to 3-12 at Corrigan Park.