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Dublin: 9 °C Wednesday 24 April, 2019

#Saturday Night Lights

As It Happened: Dublin v Mayo, Tyrone v Monaghan - Saturday GAA match tracker

Cork and Meath also clashed tonight in Páirc Uí Rinn.

From The42 Switch-up in defence as Jim Gavin names Dublin team for Mayo clash in Croke Park We Go Again

Switch-up in defence as Jim Gavin names Dublin team for Mayo clash in Croke Park

Throw-in at HQ is 7pm this evening.

As it happened: Tipperary v Clare, Mayo v Roscommon, Dublin v Carlow - Saturday GAA match tracker

We’ll keep you updated from all tonight’s Allianz Football and Hurling League games.

Dublin ladies set for two Croke Park league outings as Mayo double-header confirmed

The back-to-back All-Ireland champions will also face Donegal at HQ.

From The42 'Somebody's 0 has to go' - Katie Taylor braced for MSG debut against familiar foe KT

'Somebody's 0 has to go' - Katie Taylor braced for MSG debut against familiar foe

The undefeated and unified lightweight champion of the world faces Eva Wahlstrom on Saturday night.

From The42 Fifth time lucky as Mourneabbey finally crowned All-Ireland club champions Rebel Roar

Fifth time lucky as Mourneabbey finally crowned All-Ireland club champions

Doireann O’Sullivan was in outstanding form as they lifted the Dolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup after years of near misses.

Number one v number two: All Blacks name their side for Ireland showdown

New Zealand have made one change from their win over England.

Munster Council confirm Tipperary-Cork semi-final will clash with Champions League final

“We’ve heard nothing from either county so the game goes ahead as fixed,” said Munster Council chairman Jerry O’Sullivan.

As it happened: Dublin v Donegal, Division 1 football league

Dublin are unbeaten to date while Donegal have yet to pick up a point in the league.

From The42 Cavan remain unbeaten in Division 2 after strolling to 13-point win over Louth Breffni Blue

Cavan remain unbeaten in Division 2 after strolling to 13-point win over Louth

Mattie McGleenan’s men clocked up a tally of 3-17 as Cian Mackey inspired from the bench on home turf.

As it happened: Cork v Kilkenny, Division 1A hurling league

The Cork hurlers played in the redeveloped Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the first time.

'We are not miles ahead of the rest' - Michael Ryan satisfied as Tipperary maintain unbeaten run

They played out an entertaining draw with Kilkenny at Semple Stadium.

As it happened: Dublin v Mayo, Division 1 Allianz Football League

Tyrone, Monaghan, Donegal and Cavan were all in action tonight as well.

As it happened: Tipperary v Dublin, Division 1A hurling league

The All-Ireland champions have landed in the capital.

Joe Canning will spend Saturday night beside a Cashel bonfire after Galway hurling clash

Ace forward will hand out trophies at ‘The Longest Day’ hurling tournament under the shadow of the Rock of Cashel.

As it happened: Dublin v Derry, Division 1 football league

It’s the Dubs against the Oak Leaf county today.

As It Happened: Cork v Dublin, Allianz Division 1A hurling league

Jimmy Barry-Murphy and Ger Cunningham were in opposition in this evening’s game.

As It Happened: Cork v Clare, Waterford v Laois - Hurling league match tracker

We followed all of tonight’s coverage from Páirc Uí Rinn and the Fraher Field.

As It Happened: Cork v Kilkenny, Limerick v Waterford - Allianz Hurling League match tracker

The big matches of the night are in Páirc Uí Rinn and the Gaelic Grounds while Laois take on Offaly in Tullamore.

From The42 Goals from Campbell and Rafferty as Armagh blitz Laois Report

Goals from Campbell and Rafferty as Armagh blitz Laois

The visitors hit the front early on but The Orchard County answered in force.

From The42 Saturday Night Lights: Dubs return to Croker for 2012 "Spring Series" Blue Is The Colour

Saturday Night Lights: Dubs return to Croker for 2012 "Spring Series"

Dublin GAA have announced details of three Croke Park double-headers for the 2012 National Football and Hurling League campaigns.