There was plenty of action this weekend as the club provincial championships rolled on.
Barry Moran put in a massive display as Mayo's Castlebar Mitchell's overcame Corofin to claim the Connacht Football title on a scoreline of 2-10 to 0-11. Corofin, who won the All Ireland last year were no match for Moran and his teammate Neil Douglas, who landed the goal that sealed the victory for the Mayo team.
Na Piarsaigh of Limerick defeated Ballygunner from Waterford by seven points on a scoreline of 2-11 to 2-18 in Semple Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Munster title win is Na Piarsaigh's third in five years.
In Kerry, Bryan Sheehan led South Kerry to a one point victory over Legion after extra time. Sheehan landed 1-5 with one '45 and one free throughout the game and was black-carded late on but his work for the day had been done. Declan O'Sullivan was also pivotal on the day, and as you can see from the picture, is still making use of the knee bandages to protect his knees.
Ballyboden St.Enda's will contest a Leinster final in two weeks' time as they defeated a John Heslin inspired St.Loman's side by five points on a scoreline of 0-09 to 1-11.
Sarsfields denied Craughwell their first title since 1931 as they claimed their seventh Galway senior hurling title on Sunday afternoon at Pearse Stadium. Sarsfields has two points to spare, 2-10 to 0-14, in a game that had to go to a replay in order to be decided. Here, capt Joe Cooney addresses the Sarsfields fans and commiserates with Craughwell.
All photos courtesy of Inpho