GAA round-up: Silverware for Galway and Meath
The footballers of Galway and Meath have picked up the first inter-county silverware of the season with victories in the Connacht FBD League and O'Byrne Cup finals respectively.
Galway equalled Mayo's record tally of seven Connacht League triumphs with a hard-fought one-point victory over Roscommon in Trim.
Damien Comer scored two goals for the hosts in the opening five minutes as they opened up a commanding 2-01 to 0-1 lead but the Rossies fought back courageously and drew level in the second half, only for a series of late wides to cost them a chance of snatching victory.
Meath won their first O'Byrne Cup in a decade when they beat Longford by six points in Navan.
Graham Reilly was the star of the show for the Royals with six points from play.
After a fast start from the Royals, a Robbie Smith goal brought Longford back into the game before half time.
However, Cillian O'Sullivan's goal early in the second half put Meath firmly back in control of the contest and they comfortably kept the visitors at arm's length for the rest of the game to secure a deserved victory.
In hurling, Dublin and Wexford will contest the final of the Walsh Cup after they secured comprehensive semi-final victories over Galway - without Joe Canning - and Offaly respectively in Sunday's semi-finals.
Connacht FBD league final
Galway 2-08 Roscommon 0-13
O'Byrne Cup final
Meath 1-17 Longford 1-11
Walsh Cup semi-finals
Dublin 1-28 Galway 1-19
Wexford 0-14 Offaly 0-06
All-Ireland club IFC semi-finals
Hollymount Carramore 0-15 Loughinisland 0-10
Ratoath 1-05 St Mary's 2-20
All-Ireland club JFC semi-finals
Ardnaree 0-11 Rockcorry 0-06
Curraha 0-05 Templenoe 1-09
All-Ireland club IHC semi-final
Abbeyknockmoy 1-13 Creggan 0-09
All-Ireland club JHC semi-finals
Sylane 0-04 Eoghan Rua 0-10
Glenmore 3-10 Dungourney 1-11