The O'Connors were Ballintubber's only scorers but they still won in Connacht 4 months ago

The O'Connors were Ballintubber's only scorers but they still won in Connacht

Lucky we enjoyed these weekends.

Because they're getting thin on the ground now.

Every county championship has been completed bar the Galway hurling and the provincial rounds are passing us by like the cars in a Grand Prix.

This Sunday was another great club Sunday and we've every single senior provincial club hurling and football result rounded up for you here.

Football

Connacht club SFC quarter-finals

Clann na Gael 1-15 Tir Chonaill Gaels 1-10

The Roscommon champions survived the scare of scares in Hyde Park. The London champions were leading with fifteen to play but in the end Donie Shine and Ciaran Lennon pointed the way for the Rossies.

Ballintubber 0-6 Tourlestrane 0-5

Diarmuid O'Connor was again the man-of-the-match in this low-scoring affair where the Mayo champions won despite only scoring one point from play. Diarmuid scored that and Cillian kicked five frees and they now march on they march to the semis.

Munster club SFC quarter-finals

The Nire 1-18 Adare 0-12

The Waterford champions show what they can do when their county board gives them the chance to compete in Munster. Conor Gleeson was the star of the show.

Dr Crokes 3-15 Moyle Rovers 0-8

Without Peter Acheson, Moyle Rovers never really stood a chance. Kieran O'Leary netted twice for Crokes.

Ulster club SFC quarter-final

Gweedore 3-11 Cargin 1-14

The Antrim champions made 1/4 favourites Gaoth Dobhair work hard for their win. Eventually, a Michael Carroll goal sealed the deal for the Donegal men after substitute Gavin McBride experienced one of the shortest substitute appearances ever.

Coleraine 2-11 Castlerahan 0-11

The Derry men are still going.

Scotstown 0-13 Burren 0-10

Rory Beggan showed the Scotstown forwards how to do it with a fine point from play you can watch here.

Galway SFC final replay

Corofin 1-8 Mountbellew-Moylough 0-5

Mountbellew had their chance last week. Corofin are six in a row champs.

Hurling

Galway SHC semis

Liam Mellows 0-20 Cappataggle 0-19

St Thomas' 2-19 Sarsfields 0-20

Leinster club SHC quarter-finals

Coolderry 1-22 Mount Leinster Rangers 1-16

Stephen Corcoran turned in one of the great goalkeeping performances as Coolderry overpowered the Carlow men. He scored five booming long-range frees and pulled off a beautiful penalty save. Kevin Connolly scored seven from play and Brian Carroll chipped in with his trademark 1-5.

Naomh Eanna 3-18 Camross 2-16

After winning the county for their first time ever, the men of Gorey are taking to the uncharted territory well. Conor McDonald scored a goal and David O'Brien scored two.

Munster club SHC semi-finals

Na Piarsaigh 3-22 Clonoulty-Rossmore 0-13

Na Piarsaigh unstoppable.

Ballygunner 2-26 Ballyea 2-23 AET

What a game this was.