After another hectic weekend, 14 more teams have won county titles. On top of that, there were two Ulster hurling finals down for decision with titles going to Derry and Armagh.
In football, there were two replays with Eire Og of Carlow and Cork’s Nemo Rangers reigning supreme in an action-packed 24 hours all over the country.
With the Waterford SFC running behind schedule, Nemo with almost certainly get a bye into the Munster semi-final (unless the Deise nominate a team, which is unlikely). In the provincial competition, they will face Adare – who won their first ever SFC Shannonside with a super 2-10 to 1-10 win. Jack English was their hero with an injury-time goal.
Jack English goal in injury time pic.twitter.com/oLtyCAZVES
— Joel Slattery (@JoelSlattery) October 22, 2017
In hurling, Imokilly and St Martins of Wexford were the big winners.
See below for a list of all the weekend county final results.
Carlow SFC final replay
Eire Og 2-8 Rathvilly 1-8
Cork SFC final replay
Nemo Rangers 4-12 St Finbarrs 3-13
Kerry SFC final
Dr Crokes 0-17 South Kerry 1-12
Limerick SFC final
Adare 2-10 Newcastle West 1-10
London SFC final
Fulham Irish 0-15 Tir Chonaill Gaels 1-11
Roscommon SFC final
St Brigid’s 3-13 Roscommon Gaels 3-07
Mayo SFC final
Castlebar Mitchels 0-15 Ballintubber 0-13
Sligo SFC final
Tourlestrane 1-13 Eastern Harps 1-9
Cork SHC final
Imokilly 3-13 Blackrock 0-18
Clare SHC final replay
Sixmilebridge 1-20 Clooney-Quin 1-14
Sligo SHC final
Calry-St Joseph’s 2-15 Western Gaels 3-10
Waterford SHC final
Ballygunner 2-18 De La Salle 0-16
Mayo SHC final (Saturday)
Tooreen 2-10 Ballyhaunis 0-6
St Martin’s 2-16 Oulart-The Ballagh 1-9
Ulster club SHC final
Slaughtneil (Derry) 2-21 Ballygalget (Down) 1-12
Ulster club IHC final
Middletown (Armagh) 2-16 Lavey (Derry) 2-13
Check out the latest episode of The 16th Man, where we spoke with new Dublin hurling manager, Pat Gilroy.