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The lads discuss a bumper weekend of Gaelic games action, with Wexford icon Ursula Jacob joining the discussion

The lads discuss a bumper weekend of Gaelic games action, with Wexford icon Ursula Jacob joining the discussion.

Division 1A
Clare 0-22 Galway 1-24
Westmeath 1-15 Limerick 1-27
Cork 2-14 Wexford 0-18

Division 1B
Antrim 3-18 Laois 1-18
Kilkenny 2-25 Dublin 1-17
Tipperary 4-23 Waterford 0-25

Division 2A
Down 0-23 Derry 1-20
Kildare 2-20  Kerry 0-21
Offaly 1-19 Carlow 1-12

Division 2B
London 5-16  Sligo  2-20
Tyrone 0-8  Meath2-17
Donegal 0-11 Wicklow 2-24

Division 3A
Roscommon 2-20 Armagh 0-05
Louth 0-19 Fermanagh 1-15
Mayo 5-25 Monaghan 0-13

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Division 3B
Longford 0-18  Lancashire 0-10
Cavan 0-21 Leitrim 2-11

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