As it happened: National Football League updates

Updated: Saturday, 09 Feb 2013 21:09

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Relive the action as Cork faced Kildare and Donegal hosted Down, as well as updates from the the Waterford Crystal final between Tipp and Clare.

RESULTS

Division 1

Cork 1-09 Kildare 2-10 
Donegal 0-12 Down 0-07 

Division 3

Cavan 1-10 Monaghan 0-05
Fermanagh 2-12 Roscommon 2-06 

Division 4

Waterford 2-08 Tipperary 0-09

HURLING:

Waterford Crystal Cup final

Tipperary 1-13 Clare 1-21 

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21:03

That's it for this evening's tracker as Clare claim the early season spoils in Munster. We'll be tracking all tomorrow's game from 1pm, catch you then. 

20:56

FULL-TIME: Tipperary 1-14 Clare 1-21

20:51

Tony Kelly gets his fifth point of the night. Tipperary 1-13 Clare 1-21

20:44

Red card for Tipp's Conor O'Brien. About 10 minutes left. Tipperary 1-13 Clare 1-20

20:41

Clare push their lead to eight with a goal from Shane O'Donnell. Tipperary 1-11 Clare 1-19

20:40

It's full-time in the All-Ireland Club Intermediate football final. Cookstown of Tyrone beat Finuge of Kerry by 1-06 to 0-06. 

20:38

FULL-TIME: Waterford 2-08 Tipperary 0-09

20:37

FULL-TIME: Donegal 0-12 Down 0-07

20:36

Donegal's Neil McGee from Gweedore is the man of the match in Ballybofey. 

20:36

FULL-TIME: Fermanagh 2-12 Roscommon 2-06

20:34

GOAL! Roscommon pull a goal back but there are running out of time. Fermanagh 2-11 Roscommon 2-05

20:33

Daniel McLaughlin, on as a sub, fires over to settle any budding Donegal nerves. Donegal 0-12 Down 0-07

20:32

Kevin McKernan gets another, four points in it. Donegal 0-11 Down 0-07

20:29

Five minutes left in Ballybofey and O'Hare gets Down's first of this half. Donegal 0-11 Down 0-06

20:27

FULL-TIME: Cavan 1-10 Monaghan 0-05

20:27

FULL-TIME: Cork 1-09 Kildare 2-10

20:24

Padraig O'Neill is the man of the match in Cork. 

20:23

Murphy adds another, Down haven't scored in this half. Donegal 0-10 Down 0-05

20:22

GOAL! Paddy Brophy from close range, Kildare lead by four. Cork 1-09 Kildare 2-10

20:18

It's 13 v 13 in the Battle of Breffni, Doogan sent off for a second yellow. Cavan 1-08 Monaghan 0-04

20:16

GOAL! Niall Kelly gets on the end of a Tomas O'Connor pass and side-foots past O'Halloran. Nine minutes left. Cork 1-09 Kildare 1-10

20:16

GOAL! Martin Reilly sticks it in the corner. Cavan 1-08 Monaghan 0-03

20:15

Michael Murphy adds another to extend Donegal's lead. Donegal 0-08 Down 0-05

20:15

PENALTY TO CAVAN! 

20:13

Brilliant counter-attack by Cork, ends with John O'Rourke pointing, Padraig O'Neill responds for Kildare. Cork 1-09 Kildare 0-10

20:12

Donncha O'Connor lands another free for the Rebels. Their first score in 14 minutes. Cork 1-08 Kildare 0-09

20:10

Leo McLoone points for the All-Ireland champions. Donegal 0-07 Down 0-05

20:09

Conway adds a free and it's a one-point game. Cork 1-07 Kildare 0-09

20:08

HALF-TIME: Tipperary 1-08 Clare 0-14

20:07

Murphy levels the game. Donegal 0-05 Down 0-05

20:05

Conway gets another great score, high and handsome. Cork 1-07 Kildare 0-08

20:03

Ciarán Kilkenny's Castleknock lost their epic JFS semi-final battle with Kenmare, losing the second replay by 1-17 to 1-12

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Great journey and great support from the club,but the best team won on the day,best of luck to kenmare in final <a href="https://twitter.com/search/%23Beidhláeileaganbpaorach">#Beidhláeileaganbpaorach</a></p>&mdash; Ciarán Kilkenny (@CKKilkenny93) <a href="https://twitter.com/CKKilkenny93/status/300328029081722880">February 9, 2013</a></blockquote>
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20:01

GOAL! Fermanagh 2-05 Roscommon 1-04

19:59

GOAL! Paul Ahearne for the Déise. Waterford 2-04 Tipperary 0-07

19:59

GOAL! Paul Ward finds the back of the net. Fermanagh 2-05 Roscommon 0-03 

19:57

Clare have responded well to that Tipp goal, they now lead. Tipperary 1-06 Clare 0-10

19:56

Cork's Damien Cahalane is sent off for 'stamping' on Niall Kelly, it was more like scraping the mud off his studs but he should have known better. 

19:54

The bloodbath continues.  McCutcheon sees red for Cavan. 13 v 14 now. 

19:53

Daniel Flynn replies for McGeeney's men. Cork 1-06 Kildare 0-07

19:52

Aidan Walsh hits a wonderful long range point at the start of the second half. Cork 1-06 Kildare 0-06

19:51

It was Patrick Maher with the goal for Tipp. 

19:46

It's half-time in the All-Ireland Club Intermediate football final. Cookstown of Tyrone lead Finuge of Kerry by 0-05 to 0-04. 

19:44

GOAL! Tipp surge ahead in Semple, scorer to follow...Tipperary 1-05 Clare 0-05

19:42

HALF-TIME: Fermanagh 1-05 Roscommon 0-03

19:41

Murphy with a late free to put just a point between the teams. Donegal 0-04 Down 0-05

19:41

HALF-TIME: Donegal 0-04 Down 0-05

19:38

HALF-TIME: Waterford 1-04 Tipperary 0-06

19:38

HALF-TIME: Cavan 0-07 Monaghan 0-01

19:35

Colm McFadden gets a point at last for Donegal, free. Donegal 0-03 Down 0-05

19:34

Down's Brendan McArdle goes in the book, O'Hare gets Down's first from play. Home side haven't scored in 19 minutes. Donegal 0-02 Down 0-05

19:34

HALF-TIME: Cork 1-05 Kildare 0-06

19:33

Cavan building a nice lead up against Monaghan. Cavan 0-05 Monaghan 0-01

19:31

Point of the night so far goes to Mikey Conway, who slots over from an acute angle, great pass by White in the build-up, McNally then misses a great goal chance from point-blank range. Paul Kerrigan cancels it from distance a minute later. Cork 1-05 Kildare 0-06

19:30

Kevin McKernan lands a massive point from way downtown, Down by two. Donegal 0-02 Down 0-04

19:28

Donncha O'Connor draws a foul, soft enough. O'Neill's kick off the ground is good. Cork 1-04 Kildare 0-05

19:26

O'Hare accurate with another free. Donegal 0-02 Down 0-03

19:23

Another red card in Breffni Park, this time it's Cavan's Martin Dunne, it's 14 v 14. 

19:22

O'Hare gets his second of the night to tie things up. Donegal 0-02 Down 0-02

19:21

At Brewster Park, it's the home side with the early advantage. Fermanagh 1-01 Roscommon 0-01

19:19

Padraig O’Neill fires over to stop the Cork scoring spree. Doyle then gets a free for nothing and Mikey Conway taps it over this time. Cork 1-03 Kildare 0-05

19:18

Early caution for Donegal's Neil McGee. Donegal 0-02 Down 0-01

19:17

GOAL! Ciarán Sheehan gets in behind the Kildare defence and stabs the ball past the advancing Connolly. Great spell by the Rebels.  Cork 1-03 Kildare 0-03

19:16

O'Neill runs on to a pass from Kerrigan and shoots over on the run. Cork 0-03 Kildare 0-03

19:15

O'Neill fouled close in by Peter Kelly, Donncha O'Connor taps over, it's lashing rain. Cork 0-02 Kildare 0-03

19:14

12 minutes in in Ballybofey and Donegal have kicked five wides. Donegal 0-01 Down 0-01

19:14

Another smashing point from Johnston extends the Lily lead. Cork 0-01 Kildare 0-03

19:12

Conor McManus has been red-carded for an off the ball incident. Cavan 0-02 Monaghan 0-01

19:11

Seanie Johnston gets off the mark, well-taken point. Cork 0-01 Kildare 0-02

19:09

Donal O'Hare returns the favour. Donegal 0-01 Down 0-01

19:07

Michael Murphy opens the scoring in Ballybofey, from a free. Donegal 0-01 Down 0-00

19:05

Brian Flanagan is fouled by Aidan Walsh and Johnny Doyle, scorer of 1-05 last week against Donegal, taps over the free. Cork 0-01 Kildare 0-01

19:04

All Cork so far, O'Neill drops a shot short and Connolly can clear. 

19:02

McManus hits an early free for Monaghan. Cavan 0-00 Monaghan 0-01

19:01

Colm O'Neill points early on to give Cork the lead. Cork 0-01 Kildare 0-00

18:57

Donegal: Durkan, R McHugh, N McGee, E McGee, Walsh, McLoone, Thompson, Kavanaghm McElhinney, M McHugh, Murphy, Bradley, McFadden, Wherity, McBrearty.

18:54

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Down team to play @<a href="https://twitter.com/officialdonegal">officialdonegal</a> <a href="http://t.co/ePTGH0Dc" title="http://twitter.com/officialdonegal/status/300317426732654592/photo/1">twitter.com/officialdonega…</a></p>&mdash; Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) <a href="https://twitter.com/officialdonegal/status/300317426732654592">February 9, 2013</a></blockquote>
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18:54

Three changes on Cork team: Eoin O'Mahony, Tom Clancy and John O'Rourke replace Paudie Kissane, Alan O'Connor & Pearse O'Neill. 

18:50

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Teams for tonight's game.....<a href="https://twitter.com/search/%23NFL3">#NFL3</a> <a href="http://t.co/Fb4HCvhQ" title="http://twitter.com/FermanaghGAA/status/300316519857020930/photo/1">twitter.com/FermanaghGAA/s…</a></p>&mdash; Fermanagh GAA (@FermanaghGAA) <a href="https://twitter.com/FermanaghGAA/status/300316519857020930">February 9, 2013</a></blockquote>
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18:47

Tipperary hurlers: 1.Brendan Cummins (Ballybacon-Grange), 2.Conor O’Brien (Éire Óg Annacarty), 3.Paul Curran (Mullinahone) Donagh Maher (Burgess) 5.Joey McLoughney (Toomevara), 6.Brendan Maher (Borris–Ileigh)                          7.Seamus Hennessy (Kilruane MacDonaghs), 8.Shane McGrath (Ballinahinch)                          9.Noel McGrath (Loughmore Castleiney), 10.Jason Forde (Silvermines)                                     11.Eoin Kelly (Mullinahone), 12.Patrick Maher (Lorrha & Dorrha)                         13.Brian O’Meara (Kilruane MacDonaghs), 14.Shane Bourke (JK Brackens)15.Seamus Callanan (Drom & Inch)  

18:45

Cork: 1. Ken O Halloran, 2. Eoin Cadogan 3. Michael Shields 4. Jamie O'Sullivan, 5. Paudie Kissane 6. Graham Canty 7. Damien Cahalane, 8. Alan O'Connor 9. Aidan Walsh, 10. Fintan Goold 11. Pearse O'Neill 12. Ciarán Sheehan, Colm O'Neill 14. Donncha O'Connor 15. Paul Kerrigan

18:42

Down: 1 Michael Cunningham, 2 Damian Turley, 3 Daniel McCartan, 4 Ryan Boyle, 5 Ryan Mallon, 6 Aidan Carr, 7 Brendan McArdle, 8 Kalum King, 9 Kevin McKernan, 10 Keith Quinn, 11 Mark Poland, 12 Benny Coulter, 13 Conor Laverty, 14 Connaire Harrison, 15 Donal O’Hare.

18:42

Kildare: 1. Shane Connolly, 2. Ollie Lyons, 3. Michael Foley, 4. Hugh McGrillen, 5. Emmet Bolton, 6. Mikey Conway, 7. Peter Kelly, 8. Gary White, 9. Padraig O’Neill, 10. Brian Flanagan, 11. Cathal McNally, 12. Daniel Flynn, 13. Seán Johnston, 14. Tomás O’Connor, 15. John Doyle

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