There was plenty of GAA club action to speak of across both codes on Sunday afternoon around the country.
Galway's Corofin have kept their bid for three All-Ireland's in a row alive by booking their place in the Connacht Senior Football Championship final with a 1-10 to 11 point win over Mayo's Ballintubber.
They'll face Roscommon's Padraig Pearse's in that final after they beat Tir Chonaill Gaels of London 2-10 to 8 points in Ruislip.
In Leinster, the Senior Football Club Championship quarter-finals took place today.
Ballyboden St Enda's of Dublin beat Newtown Blues of Louth 1-11 to 5 points at the Gaelic Grounds in Drogheda.
They'll meet Westmeath's Garrycastle in the next round after they saw off Meath's Ratoath 3-11 to 2-12 at TEG Cusack Park.
St Patricks of Wicklow and Portlaoise couldn't be seperated after extra-time in Aughrim where Portlaoise eventually won on penalties after a 2-8 to 1-11 draw.
Eire Og of Carlow beat Kildare Champions Sarsfields 1-12 to 9 points at Netwatch Cullen Park to set up a semi-final meeting with Portlaoise.
In the Munster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-finals, Miltown-Malbay of Clare beat take on Rathgormack of Waterford 1-11 to 11 points after extra-time.
Cork's Nemo Rangers also booked their spot in the semi-finals with a 1-9 to 9 point win over Newcastlewest of Limerick in Mallow.
East Kerry are the 2019 Kerry senior football champions after enjoying a 2-14 to 1-7 win over four-in-a-row champions Dr. Crokes at Austin Stack Park.
The Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship final will see Borris-Ileigh of Tipperary take on Waterford's Ballygunner after respective wins over Glen Rovers of Cork and Limerick's Patrickswell today.
Derry's Slaughtneil won their third Ulster Club Senior Hurling Championship in four years by beating Dunloy of Antrim 1-15 to 10 points at Pairc Esler.
While St Thomas made it back-to-back Galway Senior Hurling Championships with a 1-13 to 14 point win over Liam Mellows.
In the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Championship semi-finals Mournabbey of Cork beat Monaghan's Donaghmoyne 2-13 to 1-10.
They'll meet Galway's Kilkerrin-Clonberne in the final after they comfortably beat Foxrock-Cabinteely of Dublin 5-12 to 2-10.