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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# GAA Wrap

This year
Cunningham winner for Cork knocks out Limerick, Tipperary set up semi-final with Clare
In Connacht there were minor football wins for Galway and Roscommon tonight.
Last year
Wexford cruise to 27-point victory, Dublin make it three wins from three
Darragh Egan’s outfit hit 6-21 past Laois to secure their first win of the Leinster championship.
Kerry get back on track with Carlow win, Offaly overcome 14-man Meath
Kerry and Offaly both registered their first win in the 2022 Joe McDonagh Cup.
Roscommon go top of Division 2, Kerry and Kildare sides to meet in Hogan Cup final
Limerick and Tipperary also claimed important football league wins today.
All time
68 scores as Laois defeat Westmeath in Leinster U20 thriller and Limerick senior club draws made
There were also U20 hurling wins tonight for Antrim and Kildare.
Roscommon and Galway get off to strong start in FBD League
Meanwhile, there were big wins for Tyrone and Donegal in the Dr McKenna Cup.
Naomh Conaill overturn a six-point deficit to narrowly qualify for the Donegal SFC final
Meanwhile, Scotstown edged out their Monaghan SFC replay against Ballybay.
Ulster semi-finalists revealed as Leinster SFC gets underway
Meanwhile, St Loman’s were crowned Westmeath football champions.
Laois battle to retain their Division 1B status with win over Westmeath
Plus, the results from today’s Leinster minor hurling championship games.
Roscommon success for a former Dublin star and the rest of today’s club GAA
We look back over the rest of today’s county championships.
IFC provincial glory for Sean O’Mahonys and Warrentpoint today
The Leinster and Ulster intermediate deciders took place this afternoon.
Limerick go goal crazy in Rathkeale as they put 10 past IT Tralee
A late goal and black card were not enough to derail Mayo in their FBD League clash with NUI Galway.
O’Sullivan helps Kingdom to season’s first silver; Cork, Kilkenny progress
Kerry won their fourth McGrath Cup with a 1-12 to 1-5 victory over Tipperary this afternoon.