Loreto Kilkenny claimed the Tesco All-Ireland Senior Post Primary Schools Camogie title for the third time in four seasons and seventh in total when edging out Presentation Athenry by 1-15 to 2-10 in an exhibition in Banagher.
Champions Galway showed considerable improvement from their stuttering opening round defeat of Dublin to blitz Limerick in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 at Duggan Park by 4-13 to 0-7.
A late Dara Puirséil goal handed Coláiste Eoin a dramatic victory over holders St Kieran's College in the Corn Uí Dhúill (Leinster Colleges Post Primary SHC 'A') final at Netwatch Cullen Park this afternoon.
Cian O'Callaghan and Davy Keogh, who were both half-time replacements in last Saturday's win over Carlow, have retained their places in the Dublin team for this evening's Allianz Hurling League clash with Wexford at Croke Park.
"Look, you are put on a committee for rules or revision or whatever you want to call it in Croke Park now and you are supposed to justify your existence by saying 'we'll come up with a brainwave'. To me that's not a brainwave. I'm saying it a long time, I wish they'd leave a very, very good game alone."
With a number of GAA players committing to Aussie Rules, should the GAA break its ties with the AFL?