As It Happened: Sunday's GAA updates
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Relive the action from today's provincial club finals around the country.
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)
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
Full-time: Crossmaglen 3-09 Kilcoo 1-09 Crossmaglen are the Ulster champions, again.
GOAL Kyle Brennan puts the game to bed with a late goal, great work by McConville in the build-up. Crossmaglen 3-09 Kilcoo 1-09
Second yellow for Jamie Clarke, another silly, needless challenge after a free had been given.
McConville taps over a free and that makes it a six-point game with four minutes to play. Crossmaglen 2-09 Kilcoo 1-07
Schmozzle on the sideline after a tackle on Jamie Clarke, who is then fairly booked, it was the Cross man's reaction which led to the handbags.
Martin Ahearn stops the rot with a point for Cross. Crossmaglen 2-08 Kilcoo 1-07
O'Hanlon adds another free, 14 minutes left. Crossmaglen 2-07 Kilcoo 1-07
Crossmaglen are reduced to 14 men as Michael McNamee takes a wild swipe at a Kilcoo man, needless.
GOAL Anthony Devlin scores a brilliant goal for Kilcoo, after a move that swept the length of the pitch Crossmaglen 2-07 Kilcoo 1-06 four-point game now.
Johnny Hanratty of Crossmaglen is booked for a high tackle, the resulting free is accurate, that's the last three scores for the Down men. Crossmaglen 2-07 Kilcoo 0-06
Donal Kane, the corner-back, points for Kilcoo, and O'Hanlon adds a free. Crossmaglen 2-07 Kilcoo 0-05
Aaron Kernan gets the first point of the second half, a free from about 25 metres out. Crossmaglen 2-07 Kilcoo 0-03
Second half under way.
Crossmaglen's James Morgan is yellow-carded for a dodgy tackle, according to the ref, the free is pointed. Half-time Crossmaglen 2-06 Kilcoo 0-03
O'Hanlon pulls one back for Kilcoo with a free. Crossmaglen 2-06 Kilcoo 0-02
Carragher adds another and it's all one-way traffic at the Athletic Grounds. Crossmaglen 2-06 Kilcoo 0-01
No mercy from the Armagh men, McConville lands a free from 40 metres out. Crossmaglen 2-03 Kilcoo 0-01
Stephen Kernan taps over another for Cross. Crossmaglen 2-02 Kilcoo 0-01
First and second blood to Crossmaglen as Oisin McConville dispatches a penalty quickly followed up by Aaron Kernan's goal. Crossmaglen 2-01 Kilcoo 0-00
The Ulster final is under way.
Full-time: Leinster Club IFC - Monasterevin (Kildare) 0-04 O'Connell's (Louth) 0-03
Full-time: Leinster JHC final - Thomastown (Kilkenny) 2-13 Rathmolyon (Meath) 1-07
Full-time: All-Ireland IHC quarter-final - St Gabriel's (London) 4-17 Lisbellaw St Pat's (Fermanagh) 2-0
Full-time: Leinster Club IHC final - Clara 3-20 Glenbrien 0-05
Full-time: Munster Club SFC - Dr Crokes 0-19 Castlehaven 0-12
Ah here, leave it out! Glenbrien have had another player dismissed....
In the Leinster IHC, Glenbrien Oylegate are down to 12 men. and well and truly down on the scoreboard here as well. Clara (Kilkenny) 3-17 Glenbrien (Wexford) 0-05
The Ulster final is delayed due to the extra time in the intermediate final, expected to throw in at 3.30pm.
Full-time: Ulster IFC final - Cookstown 3-13 Warrenpoint 1-11 (Aet)
Now Colm Cooper goes in the book for a sliding tackle, the Kerry player sees the funny side of it though. And why not, his side now lead by nine points. Crokes 0-16 Castlehaven 0-07
Full-time in the Ladies Club SFC and it has finished Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 1-10 Carnacon (Mayo)1-05
Mark Collins pulls another back for Castlehaven. Crokes 0-13 Castlehaven 0-07
Colm Cooper is the subject of a high tackle by Sean Dineen and the referee decides he has to go to the line. There is still 20 minutes to play here but it's done and dusted really. Crokes 0-13 Castlehaven 0-06
Game is back on in Cork, the sides swap points. Crokes 0-12 Castlehaven 0-05
John Gilmore celebrates a goal for Cookstown!
Cookstown 3-07 Warrenpoint 1-10 John Gilmore scores another goal for Cookstown. Warrenpoint's Ruairi Cowen is sent off.
Half-time Crokes 0-11 Castlehaven 0-04 Damien Cahalane pulls another one back for Castlehaven just before the whistle.
Full-time: Cookstown 2-07 Warrenpoint 1-10, we'll have extra time in the Athletic Grounds.
Brian Looney extends Crokes' lead with a 45. Crokes 0-11 Castlehaven 0-03
Sean Dineen is the latest Castlehaven man to see yellow, Eoin Brosnan is injured and has been substituted. Brian Hurley misses a simple free for Castlehaven. Crokes 0-08 Castlehaven 0-03
In the Ulster IFC final it's all square, Gabriel Smith has goaled for Warrenpoint.
Ill discipline creeping into the game now, Mark Cahalane is the second Castlehaven man to go in the book.
Brian Looney sticks over another point for Crokes. Whelton is yellow-carded for Castlehaven. Crokes 0-06 Castlehaven 0-02
Damien Cahalane gets the score of the day so far landing a 45 metre effort to get Castlehaven off the mark. Crokes hit back with another point before the Cork side respond. Crokes 0-05 Castlehaven 0-02
Cooper points a free for the Kerry side. Crokes 0-04 Castlehaven 0-00
Crokes well on top, Johnny Buckley and Colm Cooper add points. Dr Crokes 0-03 Castlehaven 0-00
And within 11 seconds in Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Crokes take the lead through Daithí Casey. Dr Crokes 0-01 Castlehaven 0-00
In the first of today's games it's Owen Mulligan's Cookstown who hold the upper hand at half-time against Warrenpoint. John Gilmore with the goal for the Tyrone team. Cookstown (Tyrone) 1-05 Warrenpoint (Down) 0-05