It was another action-packed weekend of club GAA action all over the country as there were a number of county finals and provincial club championships taking place.
The Ulster and Leinster SFC and the Munster SHC all got underway in the last 48 hours as the best of the best battled it out.
There were noteworthy local titles for Dicksboro and Meath’s Simonstown Gaels, while Ballygunner earned a Munster semi-final berth where they will take on Clare champions Sixmilebridege, edging out Thurles after extra time.
In Ulster, Derrygonnelly Harps got their first-ever provincial championship win, while (as we seem to write every week) Slaughtneil were also among the winners, while Rathnew of Wicklow booked a spot in the Leinster quarter-final.
Cavan Gaels and Kilcar are also into the last four in Ulster as the ever-competitive northern province is set for another blockbuster of the championship.
The Munster football championship also got underway as Dr Crokes of Killarney secured a 0-14 to 0-08 win over Premier kingpins, Clonmel Commercials.
The Kerry side move on to meet Kilmurry-Ibrickane who were this Sunday crowned Clare SFC champions.
Ballygunner 1-21 Thurles Sarsfields 1-19 (AET)
County hurling finals
Dublin SHC final
Cuala 1-13 Kilmacud Crokes 0-13
Kilkenny SHC final
Dicksboro 4-15 James Stephens 4-10
Slaughtneil 0-10 Omagh 0-08
Derrygonnelly 2-08 Armagh Harps 1-08
Cavan Gaels 1-19 Lamh Dhearg 0-10
Kilcar 1-16 Scotstown 1-06
Rathnew 2-06 Newtown Blues 0-09
Mullinalaghta 1-14 Eire Og 1-07
Portlaoise 1-10 Rhode 0-10
Dr Crokes 0-14 Clonmel Commercials 0-08
County football finals
Clare SFC final
Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1-14 Clondegad 0-14
Meath SFC final
Simonstown Gaels 2-9 Summerhill 0-7
Westmeath SFC final
St Loman’s 3-13 Tyrrellspass 0-14
Westmeath Senior Football Champions 2017
St Lomans Mullingar!!! pic.twitter.com/ZslrySEXNP
— westmeathgaaofficial (@westmeath_gaa) October 29, 2017
Wexford SFC final
Starlights 0-17 St Martin’s 1-08