There were a host of Allianz National League games which fell victim to snow this weekend, as the weather once again caused the GAA some headaches. However, several high profile games did survive, and were played out.
There was a top-of-the-table clash in Division 1 in football, as the Tribesmen hosted Dublin. Galway, already qualified for the final, looked to make a serious statement, ahead of what is likely going to be the final in two weeks. They led for the majority of the game, but the Dubs fought back in the second half, and the spoils were shared.
Meanwhile, Monaghan accounted for Donegal and Tyrone had too much for Mayo in Castlebar. Cavan suffered their first defeat of the campaign away to Roscommon.
In the hurling, the biggest clash of the day was on Lee-side, as Cork and Waterford met in Division 1A relegation play-off. Antrim hosted Laois in the Division 1B play-off.
National Hurling League Division 1A relegation play-off:
Cork 0-21 Waterford 1-13
National Hurling League Division 1B relegation play-off:
Antrim 0-17 Laois 1-16
National Hurling League Division 2B final:
Mayo 1-15 Down 0-14
National Football League Division 1:
Galway 0-13 Dublin 0-13
Mayo 0-08 Tyrone 2-14
Monaghan 1-16 Donegal 1-10
National Football League Division 2:
Roscommon 0-15 Cavan 0-13
National Football League Division 3:
Derry 2-20 Wexford 3-08
Fermanagh 0-07 Armagh 0-07
Longford 1-16 Westmeath 1-12
National Football League Division 4:
Antrim 0-12 Carlow 1-12