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GAA Scores: All The Weekend's Scores In Football And Hurling

GAA Scores: All The Weekend's Scores In Football And Hurling
By Joshua Bell Curran Updated
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It's another frantic weekend in the GAA as all the summer action heats up with ten huge games set for Saturday and Sunday. From the business end of the Minor Football Championship to the Tailteann Cup and the hugely anticipated Leinster and Munster hurling finals, the GAA has it all this weekend. Here are all the GAA scores from the weekend's games.

GAA Scores - Saturday

All-Ireland Minor Football Quarterfinals

Dublin - 1-18 - 2-12 Cork

Kerry 2-13 - 1-11 Kildare

Derry 1-13 - 0-4 Galway

Monaghan 1-16 - 1-08 Mayo

Tailteann Cup preliminary quarterfinals

Wexford 1-22 - 2-14 Offaly


Carlow 0-15 - 0-10 New York


Laois 1-11 - 1-09 Fermanagh

Down 1-20 - 1-12 Longford

GAA Scores - Sunday 

Munster Hurling Senior Championship Final -Limerick 1-23 - 1-22 Clare


Leinster Hurling Senior Championship Final - Kilkenny 4-21 - 2-26  Galway

Saturday results

Rounding Saturday's GAA scores, Laois's win over Fermanagh was the big result of Saturday's Tailteann Cup fixtures. After the game Laois manager Billy Sheahan spoke of his relief for his own players.

"It's a big boost for Laois and for the players who have been taking abuse from clubs, social media and from everyone and all that matters is that we won.

"We have a small travelling support, and they are brilliant.

"They go to all the games, and we are thrilled with them and we know the rest are just abusing us so it is good to give a reply to that as well.

"In the London game we were ahead by seven points and we were ahead by six points against Offaly so we always knew that this performance was in the lads."

The other results saw Carlow outlast New York after a slow start, a promising result for Wexford against Offaly  and a big win for Down against Longford.

An amazing Dublin comeback was the big story of the quarterfinal phase of the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championships.

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