Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


GAA Weekend Results

A wrap-up of this weekend’s GAA results in hurling and ladies’ football with drama across all divisions and grades.

The first round of the national football league certainly didn’t disappoint.

Saturday night saw Dublin just edging past Kildare thanks to a Brian Fenton goal, while later that evening, a late strike from Ryan O’Donoghue rescued Mayo a point against Galway.

The drama continued on Sunday with Paddy McBrearty’s late strike giving Donegal a victory over National League and All-Ireland champions Kerry.

Davy Burke started life as Roscommon manager with a first win in four years in Division 1, beating Tyrone.

In the second round of the Ladies National League, All-Ireland champions Meath finally got their first win of the 2023 season thanks to a long-distance strike from full-back Mary Kate Lynch.

While in hurling, Kildare claimed the Kehoe cup continuing the rise by David Herity’s side since taking charge.


NFL Division 1 round 1
Mayo 1-11  Galway 2-8 

Roscommon 3-11 Tyrone 1-12

Monaghan 1-12 Armagh 1-14

Donegal 0-13 Kerry 1-9

NFL Division 2 round 1
Dublin 1-11  Kildare 0-13

Cork  0-19  Meath 3-14 

Derry 0-16 Limerick 0-4 

Clare  0-13 Louth 1-9 

NFL Division 3 round 1

Fermanagh  0-15 Longford 0-8 

Westmeath 1-6 Cavan 0-12 

Antrim 0-12  Offaly 2-12 

Tipperary 1-11 Down 2-11

NFL Division 4 round 1

Carlow 2-10  Wicklow 2-10 

Wexford 1-9  London 1-9 

Leitrim 3- 18 Waterford 0-11

Sligo 0-11  Laois 2-11


Kehoe Cup SH round 5
Meath 0-18 Kildare 2-24 

Down 2-20  Wicklow 1-19

Ladies Football

NFL  Division 1

Mayo 0-13 Kerry 3-5

Donegal 0-5 Meath 1-7

Galway 1-13 Dublin 0-7

Waterford 2-9 Cork 2-9

NFL Division 2

Westmeath 7-8 Laois 0-11

Roscommon 0-12 Armagh 2-13

Tipperary 3-13 Cavan 0-10

Monaghan 1-12 Tyrone 2-4

NFL Division 3

Clare 2-3 Wexford 3-9

Down 2-8 Sligo 0-9

Offaly 0-7 Louth 2-12

Kildare 4-16 Longford 0-6

NFL Division 4

Derry 1-1 Wicklow 4-10

Leitrim 7-26 Kilkenny 0-5

You May Also Like


Another exciting weekend of the National Football and Hurling League has finished with some interesting results


‘We obviously know it’s going to be a massive jump between junior and intermediate. We know what we’re up against.'


Claire Phelan the 29-year-old Lisdowney defender isn't ready to head off into the sunset after getting married. 


The National Hurling League is heating up with the final round of hurling group games taking place this weekend