As it Happened: O'Byrne & Dr McKenna Cup updates
By Micil Glennon@MicilGlennon
Bord na Móna O'Byrne Cup Results
Dublin 3-16 DCU 1-11
Offaly 3-11 Athlone IT 1-09
Wicklow 0-09 Carlow 0-12
Laois 2-12 Westmeath 0-12
Wexford 0-10 Carlow IT 0-12
Kildare 0-12 DIT 0-08
Longford 1-14 UCD 0-14
Meath v Louth OFF (Rescheduled for Thursday 7.30pm)
Power NI Dr McKenna Cup Result
Longford claim the spoils in a high-scoring game against UCD, that's all for now, round-up coming shortly.
FULL-TIME Longford 1-14 UCD 0-14
FULL-TIME Kildare 0-12 DIT 0-08
FULL-TIME Laois 2-12 Westmeath 0-12
FULL-TIME Dublin 3-16 DCU 1-11 Kevin McManamon with goal at the death for the Dubs
FULL-TIME Wicklow 0-09 Carlow 0-12
FULL-TIME Fermanagh 2-15 Donegal 2-07
Laois stretch their lead, Munnelly, four minutes to play. Laois 1-12 Westmeath 0-11
DIT get two points to make it interesting in Athy. Kildare 0-12 DIT 0-08
Connolly adds a free for Dublin, six minutes left. Dublin 2-13 DCU 1-11
FULL-TIME Wexford 0-10 Carlow IT 0-12
Dermot Molloy adds a point for Donegal, four minutes left. Fermanagh 2-13 Donegal 2-07
Offaly continue their good start under new manager Emmet McDonnell, running out eight-point victors over Athlone IT.
FULL-TIME Offaly 3-11 Athlone IT 1-09
Kildare are also down to 14, Gary White off for two yellows. Kildare 0-11 DIT 0-06
GOAL Molloy scores for Donegal who seem to have woken up at last. Fermanagh 2-13 Donegal 2-06
Lowry sees red for the students. Dublin 2-12 DCU 1-10
Looks like it's going to be a fruitful trip for Carlow who lead Wicklow by five. Wicklow 0-07 Carlow 0-12
GOAL Adrian Hanlon goals for Donegal as they continue their mini revival. Fermanagh 2-13 Donegal 1-06
Wexford and Carlow IT are all square. Wexford 0-09 Carlow IT 0-09
Donegal get their first scores of the second period but they are still 12 points behind. Fermanagh 2-12 Donegal 0-06
GOAL Carroll surely wraps things up for Offaly, 60 mins. Offaly 3-10 Athlone IT 1-08
There's a goal in it in Portlaoise. Laois 1-08 Westmeath 0-08
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DCU continue their comeback.
Looks like some of the Donegal lads are still in Dubai. Fermanagh extend their lead. Fermanagh 2-12 Donegal 0-04
Rock on target again for DCU as they make it a four-point game. Dublin 2-09 DCU 1-08
GOAL Padraig Clancy scores with a 'soccer style' finish. Laois 1-08 Westmeath 0-06
GOAL Connolly scores from the penalty spot in the 39th minute. Dublin 2-08 DCU 1-06
GOAL Looks like Jimmy ain't winning this one. Tomas Corrigan goals for Fermanagh as the fog gets worse. Fermanagh 2-09 Donegal 0-04
GOAL And another one, Offaly on fire, Connor, 48 mins. Offaly 2-08 Athlone IT 1-06
GOAL Ding-dong battle in Gracefield, now Offaly lead after a goal from Cunningham, 45 mins. Offaly 1-08 Athlone IT 1-06
Carlow with a three-point burst to take the advantage. Wicklow 0-06 Carlow 0-09
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Fog coming down in Brewster but home side extend lead. Fermanagh 1-07 Donegal 0-04
Now Offaly trail. Offaly 0-08 Athlone IT 1-06
GOAL AIT respond with a goal from O'Brien, all square. Offaly 0-08 Athlone IT 1-05
Two quick points for Offaly at the start of the second half. Offaly 0-08 Athlone IT 0-05
Change for the Faithful, who have a slender lead, Shane Sullivan on for Keith McGuinness. Offaly 0-06 Athlone IT 0-05
HALF-TIME Longford 0-07 UCD 0-04
HALF-TIME Kildare 0-09 DIT 0-05
HALF-TIME Wexford 0-06 Carlow IT 0-06
HALF-TIME Offaly 0-06 Athlone IT 0-05
HALF-TIME Laois 0-06 Westmeath 0-05
The 7.45pm throw-in is approaching half-time. Longford 0-07 UCD 0-04
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Update from Ulster GAA.
Looks like a great game at Parnell Park, Quinn goals for the students in injury time. HALF-TIME Dublin 1-07 DCU 1-05
HALF-TIME Wicklow 0-06 Carlow 0-07
HALF-TIME Fermanagh 1-06 Donegal 0-04
DIT manage to get a couple of scores back behind half-time. HALF-TIME Kildare 0-09 DIT 0-05
Two minutes left in the first-half at Parnell Park and Bastick gets the first goal of the night. Dublin 1-07 DCU 0-05
Fermanagh open up a four-point advantage over Donegal. Marty O'Brien with the latest point. Fermanagh 1-05 Donegal 0-04
1,523 at the Donegal-Fermanagh game at Brewster Park.
Two quick-fire points for Carlow IT, they lead against Wexford. Wexford 0-04 Carlow IT 0-05
Laois open up a two-point lead against Westmeath. Laois 0-04 Westmeath 0-02
Quick turnaround in Offaly as AIT take the lead. Offaly 0-04 Athlone IT 0-05
McNulty and O'Connor extend Kildare's lead in Athy. Kildare 0-09 DIT 0-03
Offaly sneak ahead at Gracefield. Offaly 0-04 Athlone IT 0-03
Paddy Byrne gets a point for Wexford. Wexford 0-03 Carlow IT 0-03
Dean Rock is on target as DCU reduce the deficit. Dublin 0-06 DCU 0-03
Cathal McNally adds another for Kildare. Kildare 0-06 DIT 0-03
Chris Guckian comes on for Cian O'Sullivan for Dublin, who looks to have pulled a hamstring.
Seems to be one-way traffic at Parnell Park, Hudson extends Dublin lead. Dublin 0-06 DCU 0-01
Tomas O'Connor points for the Lilywhites. Kildare 0-04 DIT 0-02
Bernard Brogan scores another point to put Dublin into a four-point lead against DCU. Dublin 0-05 DCU 0-01
Still evenly matched in Gracefield. Offaly 0-02 Athlone IT 0-02
Carlow IT strike first in Wexford with a point. Wexford 0-00 Carlow IT 0-01
Both Dublin and Fermanagh extend their leads. Dublin 0-03 DCU 0-01, Fermanagh 1-01 Donegal 0-01
Mikey Conway gets his second point to put Kildare in the lead. Kildare 0-02 DIT 0-01
It's a point apiece in Gracefield. Offaly 0-01 Athlone IT 0-01
Donegal's Shaun McGarvey gets his first booking of the season.
Shane McGowan gets Donegal on the score sheet. Fermanagh 1-00 Donegal 0-01
Kildare at DIT swap points. Kildare 0-01 DIT 0-01
GOAL Bad start for the champions, who are just back from a trip to Dubai, Darryl Keenan rattles the net for Fermanagh. Fermanagh 1-00 Donegal 0-00
Connolly levels for Dublin at Parnell Park. Dublin 0-01 DCU 0-01
First score of the night goes to McCarthy for DCU. Dublin 0-00 DCU 0-01
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Carlow IT are the visitors in Wexford.
Kevin McFadden, Ciaran Cannon, Packie Mailey, Sean McGarvey and Willie Gillespie are debutants on the Donegal team.
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The All-Ireland champions are back in action tonight, turn your computer screen sideways to check out the team news.
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The scene in Wicklow where Carlow are the visitors.
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Team news from Gracefield where Offaly host AIT.
Kerry footballer Darran O'Sullivan showcasing his photography skills & weather reporting from Athy...
Heavy fog reported in the Athy area of Kildare so awaiting a referee decision for tonight's fixture between Kildare and DIT...
Latest news from Brewster Park in Enniskillen is that the fixture between Fermanagh and All-Ireland champions Donegal will go ahead as planned...
Donegal GAA have tweeted that the referee will 'make a call' on their game against Fermanagh at Brewster Park at 6.30pm. More details to follow...
Tonight's match between Meath and Louth in Navan has been postponed due to fog, game is rescheduled for tomorrow at 7.30pm.