- Pauric Coyle reports on Crossmaglen's Ulster Club final win over Kilcoo
- Brian Carthy reports on Dr Crokes' comfortable win over Castlehaven in the Munster Club SFC final
- Dr Crokes' Colm Cooper gives his reaction to their win over Castlehaven
- Crossmaglen's Aaron Cunningham gives his reaction to their Ulster final win over Kilcoo
- Mike McCartney reports on Donaghmoyne's win over Carnacon in the Ladies' SFC Club final
- Donaghmoyne captain Cathriona McConnell gives her reaction to their win over Carnacon
- Dr Crokes' joint-manager Vince Casey on his side's win over Castlehaven
Dr Crokes and Crossmaglen retained their provincial titles with comfortable wins against Castlehaven and Kilcoo.
Dr Crokes led from the 11th second against Castlehaven in the Munster decider at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, with Daithí Casey pointing, and the Kerry champions never looked back.
Johnny Buckley, Brian Looney and Colm Cooper were on target in the first half to give the Kerrymen a 0-11 to 0-04 interval lead.
Shortly after the break Sean Dineen was red-carded for Castlehaven and the Killarney side eased home, 0-19 to 0-12.
The Ulster decider also got off to a blistering start with Oisín McConville (penalty) and Aaron Kernan goaling within four minutes for Crossmaglen.
The Armagh men led by nine points at the break but a mini-revival by Kilcoo saw the deficit reduced to just four after Anthony Devlin found the back of the net.
However, Crossmaglen, who finished the game with 13 men after Michael McNamee and Jamie Clarke were shown the line, sealed the tie with a late Kyle Brennan goal.
The Ulster Intermediate title was won by Cookstown of Tyrone who beat Down’s Warrenpoint after extra time. John Gilmore scored two goals in their 3-13 to 1-11 win.
Elsewhere, Kildare’s Monasterevin won the Leinster Intermidiate title in a low-scoring 0-04 to 0-03 win over O’Connell’s from Louth.
In hurling, Kilkenny sides Clara and Thomastown claimed the Leinster Intermediate and Junior titles with wins over Oylegate Glenbrien of Wexford and Rathmolyon of Meath respectively.
In the All-Ireland IHC quarter-final, St Gabriel's of London saw off the challenge of Lisbellaw St Pat's (Fermanagh) by 4-17 to 2-07 in Ruislip.
In Ladies' football, Monaghan’s Donaghmoyne claimed the Tesco All-Ireland Senior Club Championship with a 1-10 to 1-05 win over Carnacon of Mayo.
Ulster SFC final:
Crossmaglen (Armagh) 3-09 Kilcoo (Down) 1-09
Munster SFC final:
Dr Crokes (Kerry) 0-19 Castlehaven (Cork) 0-12
Leinster IFC final:
Monasterevin (Kildare) 0-04 O'Connell's (Louth) 0-03
Ulster IFC final:
Cookstown (Tyrone) 3-13 Warrenpoint (Down) 1-11 (Aet)
Ladies All-Ireland Senior Club final:
Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 1-10 Carnacon (Mayo) 1-05
Leinster IHC final:
Clara (Kilkenny) 3-20 Glenbrien (Wexford) 0-05
Leinster JHC final:
Thomastown (Kilkenny) 2-13 Rathmolyon (Meath) 1-07
All-Ireland IHC quarter-final:
St Gabriel's (London) 4-17 Lisbellaw St Pat's (Fermanagh) 2-07