Every team promoted, relegated and heading for League final
A game wherever you look, the only trouble was deciding which one to look at or to go to. TG4 sided with the hurling semi-finals for the day so for football fans everywhere, it was a game of catch-up.
League Sunday promises to be jam-packed.
In the mean-time, here are all the promotions, relegations and finalists from the four football divisions.
Finalists: Kerry v Mayo
Galway losing to Tyrone opened the door for Mayo and they slammed it shut on their neighbours with a comprehensive win over Monaghan.
Two goals from Mayo's Mr. Reliable Kevin McLoughlin in the first half against Monaghan. Some man for it pic.twitter.com/8mKyad5gDg
— GAA JOE (@GAA__JOE) March 24, 2019
Kerry sealed their place in the final with a convincing win over the Rossies, which sent Anthony Cunningham's men down alongside Cavan, who lost by six points to Dublin.
Relegated: Roscommon, Cavan
Finalists and promoted: Meath v Donegal
Meath came from behind to beat Fermanagh well in Páirc Tailteann and they'll take on Declan Bonner's Donegal, who trounced Kildare in Ballyshannon.
After a disappointing loss to Clare, Tipperary went down alongside Cork for who, despite beating Armagh by 3-9 to 1-14, will play Division Three football next year.
Relegated: Cork, Tipperary
Finalists: Laois v Westmeath/Louth
It was a sweet win for Laois in O'Moore Park as they sent neighbours and rivals Carlow back to Division Four in the process. Down will be left kicking themselves as their 1-6 to 0-10, one point loss to Louth at home kept the Wee county alive and means Down can't possibly go up.
Louth and Westmeath face off next weekend and the winner goes up and plays Laois in the final. If it's a draw, Westmeath will go forward ahead of Down on points difference. The difference is only one point. Down must be kicking themselves.
Relegated: Carlow, Sligo
Finalists: Derry v Leitrim
Derry and Leitrim meanwhile, were home and hosed for the final even before the last round of fixtures.