Connacht SFC final
Galway 0-12 Roscommon 1-13, Pearse Stadium, 4pm FT
Munster SHC round 5
Tipperary 1-22 Limerick 0-21, Semple Stadium, 2pm FT
Clare 2-23 Cork 2-18, Cusack Park, 2pm FT
On a magical day for the Primrose & Blue, that's all from me. Thanks for reading!
Cox popped over a late free for the winners. For the second time this weekend, Galway are undone by one of their own! The Tribesmen go into the Qualifiers. They were brutal in the second half.
Connacht SFC final full time: Galway 0-12 Roscommon 1-13
Anthony Cunningham's Roscommon are 2019 Connacht senior football champions! They've beaten Mayo and Galway to take the silverware and are into the Super 8s!
Wide from John Daly. Galway are beaten.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-12 Roscommon 1-12
Cox lashes over a tremendous point for the Rossies!
Almost an equalising goal for Galway in the fourth minute of injury time but Darren O’Malley makes the save and they have to settle for a Walsh point from a '45'.
The entire Galway team bar Walsh are afraid to shoot. Walsh eventually pokes a tame effort wide.
Seven minutes will be added.
1-6 to 0-1 in Roscommon's favour since the restart. We're a minute into injury time here.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-11
Murtagh's free has the goal between them again. Four minutes left.
Can't think of a word to accurately describe the display from Galway in the second half. It's been dreadful.
A long-overdue yellow card for Galway's Eoghan Kerin.
Seven minutes left.
Roscommon withdraw Cathal Cregg, who was immense.
Free-out to Roscommon and a yellow card for Liam Silke as Galway remain utterly rudderless.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-10
Midfielder Shane Killoran burst through the blanket defence to add another.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-9
Tom Flynn slips and wing back Niall Daly takes advantage with a neat point.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-8
On 56 minutes, Daly finally fires over Galway's first point since the resumption!
Nineteen second-half minutes without a Galway score as Roscommon go short from the '45' and waste it.
17,693 taking in this see-sawing encounter as Galway needlessly give away a '45'.
The pendulum swings
Now it's Galway who look beaten! Think I wrote the Rossies off prematurely. They have recovered from that second-quarter slump and are well on top now!
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-10 Roscommon 1-8
Enda Smith wins a Rossies free and Murtagh makes it 1-3 without reply since the restart as they go back in front.
Off the upright and wide from Walsh.
Galway haven't scored in the first twelve minutes of the second half.
Ridiculous spate of pushing and shoving and play-acting erupts.
Cox off the left boot and the Rossies are level on 41 minutes!
Roscommon have arrived. Diarmuid Murtagh tucks the ball past Lavelle from a tight angle for his first-ever championship goal - 1-6 to 0-10!
Sun is out in Salthill now.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-10 Roscommon 0-6
Niall Kilroy with the first point of the second half.
Roscommon full back Sean Mullooly survives a black-card scare. He sees yellow for a drag-down.
Roscommon will really have to up their game when the action resumes if they are to have any chance here.
Connacht SFC final half time: Galway 0-10 Roscommon 0-5
Galway were in complete control from the 20th minute onwards and lead by double scores at the break.
Very harsh yellow card for Ian Burke.
Roscommon looking like a beaten docket already.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-10 Roscommon 0-5
And it's great stuff as they engineer a shooting opportunity for Gareth Bradshaw, who fires over a beauty!
Keep ball from Galway.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-9 Roscommon 0-5
Monsoon conditions here now as Walsh (free) supplies Galway's fourth unanswered point.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-7 Roscommon 0-5
Walsh (free) also hits his third on the half-hour mark. Branigan adds another.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-6 Roscommon 0-5
The hosts work a short free, which culminates in the lead point from O Laoi.
A change for the Rossies as Hubert Darcy replaces the injured Devaney.
Wides at either end of the pitch as the rain falls incessantly.
Galway's injury woes continue as Eamon Brannigan replaces the injured Fiontán Ó Curraoin.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-5 Roscommon 0-5
A brilliant equaliser from Diarmuid Murtagh. Almost every time Galway try a footpass, they seem to lose possession.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-5 Roscommon 0-4
Cox from a free and it's back to a one-point game with 17 minutes played.
Does anyone ever tackle anymore in between the two '45's?
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-5 Roscommon 0-3
Walsh curls over a Galway free.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-4 Roscommon 0-3
Fiontán Ó Curraoin makes it double scores but Conor Cox replies after Galway were denied a penalty.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-3 Roscommon 0-2
A very purposeful-looking Antaine O Laoi fires over the holders' second and Shane Walsh then puts them ahead for the first time.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-0 Roscommon 0-2
Wing back Ronan Daly restores the Rossies lead.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-1 Roscommon 0-1
Michael Daly replies in kind at the end of a patient Galway move.
Connacht SFC final: Galway 0-0 Roscommon 0-1
Conor Devaney opens the scoring with a lovely finish off the left boot.
Roscommon won the toss and will attack the city end in the first half.
It's been raining in Salthill for the past five hours, so conditions are not great.
The Rossies start as selected.
Two late changes for Galway - Ruairí Lavelle replaces Bernard Power in goal and Peter Cooke comes in for Danny Cummins.
The teams parade around the pitch prior to a very familiar Connacht final line-up. It's the fourth straight year that Galway and Roscommon have faced off for the Nestor Cup.
Coming up in 15 minutes, we have the first provincial final of the year - Galway V Roscommon in Connacht football.
Munster SHC full time: Clare 2-23 Cork 2-18
Clare close out their programme with victory but it's too late and their summer is over. They needed Limerick to take something off Tipp. As for Cork, they will relinquish the provincial silverware but go into the All-Ireland series at the preliminary quarter-final stage.
Munster SHC full time: Tipperary 1-22 Limerick 0-21
Tipp complete their round-robin programme with a 100% record. All-Ireland champions Limerick will join them in the Munster final, despite losing twice.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-21 Cork 2-17
Duggan swings over another free for the Banner County, who are going to exit the championship despite winning this game.
Two bad wides from Limerick, who have been poor today.
We're halfway through four minutes of injury time in Thurles. Six additional minutes about to start in Ennis.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-20 Cork 2-17
Duggan (free) and Galvin push Clare three clear.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-22 Limerick 0-19
Poor defending again, O'Dwyer benefits this time.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-21 Limerick 0-19
Slack defending allows Callanan to claim a point.
Horgan for Cork and they are within a point of Clare - 2-18 to 2-17!
Limerick have a close-range free with four minutes left. Will they go for goal?
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-20 Limerick 0-18
Forde converts a Tipp free, with 39,115 looking on.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-19 Limerick 0-18
Byrnes fires over a Limerick '65'.
Tipp continue to dominate Limerick but their shooting has not been up to scratch.
With eight minutes to go, Tipp and Clare both hold five-point leads.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-19 Limerick 0-17
Callanan replies to Morrissey's point.
Substitute Conor Boylan misses a chance for a Limerick goal.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-17 Cork 1-15
Shane Kingston for Cork, who need a strong finish.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-17 Cork 1-14
Diarmuid Ryan with the latest Clare point.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-18 Limerick 0-16
Gillane's free is cancelled out by John McGrath. Limerick bring on Cian Lynch for the last 14 minutes.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-16 Cork 1-14
Galvin on target and we now have thunder and lightning!
Munster SHC: Clare 2-15 Cork 1-14
Horgan (free) continues his shootout with Duggan as the heavens open in Ennis.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-17 Limerick 0-15
Forde slots his second mercurial sideline cut. Pure magic!
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-16 Limerick 0-15
Noel McGrath and Gillane (free) trade points. Eighteen minutes left.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-14 Cork 1-123
Duggan's turn to convert a free as Clare continue to set the pace.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-13 Cork 1-13
Horgan nails a Rebel County free.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-13 Cork 1-12
Duggan grabs a point from play.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-15 Limerick 0-14
A Gillane free edges Limerick closer; John McGrath replies, though.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-11 Cork 1-12
Duggan doubles the gap with 16,856 looking on.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-14 Limerick 0-13
Forde slots a sideline cut in between points from Gillane (free) and Tom Morrissey.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-10 Cork 1-12
Cadogan and Fitzgibbon make it a one-point game.
Munster SHC: Clare 2-10 Cork 1-10
The last four points at Ennis - two in each half - have accrued from Horgan frees.
Tipp have their goal! John McGrath to Callanan and he extends his all-time goalscoring record with a low finish! 1-13 to 0-11 at the moment as an exchange of points follows.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-12 Limerick 0-10
Gillane spins and whips over the first score of the second half, then Nicky Quaid acrobatically denies John O'Dwyer a Tipp goal. Half-time sub Graeme Mulcahy follows up with another Treaty point!
Munster SHC half time: Tipperary 0-12 Limerick 0-8
Sadly for Clare, Tipp are lording it against the Treaty County. But Liam Sheedy will be deeply troubled by those injuries to Barrett and Maher. The second one looked particularly worrying.
Munster SHC half time: Clare 2-10 Cork 1-8
Those brilliant goals from O'Donnell and Kelly have the Banner County in control at the break.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-12 Limerick 0-7
It's all Tipp as Forde adds another one.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-11 Limerick 0-7
Callanan sweeps over a terrific point.
Dan McCormack replaces a distraught 'Bonner' Maher, whose season is probably over.
Clare's Tony Kelly fires a missile into the top right corner of the Cork net - 2-10 to 1-6!
Tipp's Patrick 'Bonner' Maher jars his knee upon landing. Doesn't look good.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-10 Limerick 0-7
Gillane eases over a difficult free.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-10 Cork 1-5
Conlon makes it a five-pont game but it looks like even a Clare win won't keep them in the championship ... unless Limerick find their mojo quickly.
The Premier County No.2 is replaced by Alan Flynn.
Tipp's Cathal Barrett seems to have done his hamstring.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-10 Limerick 0-6
Forde bangs over a dubious Tipp free.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-9 Cork 1-5
Another Duggan free sails over.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-9 Limerick 0-6
Jake Morris and Forde for Tipp; Gillane replies from a free as the rain teems down in Thurles.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-8 Cork 1-5
A Duggan free leaves three between them.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-7 Cork 1-5
John Conlon and Colm Galvin point for Clare, who have had co-manager Gerry O'Connor sent to the stand.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-7 Limerick 0-5
Michael Breen replies.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-6 Limerick 0-5
At the other end, Diarmuid Byrnes comes forward to take a nice score.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-6 Limerick 0-4
Gillane (free) gets his third point on 20 minutes. Centre back Padraic Maher replies in style.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-5 Cork 1-5
Daniel Kearney cancels out Kelly's effort.
Seamus Flanagan's low shot hits Tipp goalkeeper Brian Hogan on the shin. Gillane's free goes over, though.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-5 Limerick 0-2
Forde swings over an easy free after Noel McGrath is taken down by Sean Finn (yellow).
Limerick have gone ten minutes without a score.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-4 Limerick 0-2
Seamus Callanan makes it double scores.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-3 Limerick 0-2
Noel McGrath (free) and Brendan Maher push Tipp in front.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-1 Limerick 0-2
In the eleventh minute, Jason Forde (free) opens Tipp's account.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-4 Cork 1-4
Darragh Fitzgibbon has them level for the first time.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-4 Cork 1-3
But Cadogan hits back immediately.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-4 Cork 1-2
Tony Kelly with Clare's fourth point.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-3 Cork 1-2
Alan Cadogan halves the arrears and Anthony Nash makes a smart save to deny Clare a second goal.
Tipp have had three shots so far and they've all gone wide.
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-0 Limerick 0-2
Superb from Aaron Gillane as he whips over a delightful point!
Munster SHC: Clare 1-3 Cork 1-1
Duggan pops over a Clare free.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-2 Cork 1-1
Horgan strokes over a free.
Munster SHC: Clare 1-2 Cork 1-0
Peter Duggan doubles Clare's lead.
Patrick Horgan instantly replies with a goal for the Rebels! What a start at Ennis!
Shane O'Donnell gives Clare a dream start against Cork! The Banner 1-1 to 0-0 to the good already!
Munster SHC: Tipperary 0-0 Limerick 0-1
Shane Dowling comes through the middle unopposed to open the scoring on 40 seconds.
The pre-match formalities are almost at an end. It's about to get very interesting!
Places in the Munster final also up for grabs today, of course. Two of the four teams will advance to the decider, although the fact that Limerick won the All-Ireland last year via the other route - finishing third in the group - means the prize isn't quite as massive as it used to be. It's all about making the Top Three, really.
However, if the Banner County beat Cork and Tipperary fail to defeat Limerick, then Clare would grab an unlikely lifeline. After the unexpected events in Leinster last night, who knows?...
The most likely scenario is that Tipp, Limerick and Cork will all remain in the championship and Clare will exit.
Twenty minutes to throw-in in Round Five of the Munster SHC.
Connacht SFC final:
The perennial provincial final meeting of Galway and Roscommon takes place at Salthill at 4pm. The winners will capture the Nestor Cup and a place in the Super 8s.
The round-robin phase of the Munster hurling championship concludes with two massive Round Five clashes throwing in at 2pm. Tipperary entertain Limerick and Clare play host to holders Cork. Who will advance to the Munster final and who will exit the championship?
Three of the best
Three huge championship fixtures go down for decision this afternoon.