LiveTracker - Sunday 22 November 2020

Munster SFC final
Cork 0-14 Tipperary 0-17, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 1.30pm FT

Ulster SFC final
Cavan 1-13 Donegal 0-12, Athletic Grounds, 4pm FT

Christy Ring Cup final
Down 0-22 Kildare 3-16, Croke Park, 4pm FT

Nicky Rackard Cup final
Donegal 3-18 Mayo 0-21, Croke Park, 1.30pm FT


It was a pleasure to bring you this Match Tracker on one of the most dramatic days in GAA history as Cavan and Tipperary upset the odds and advanced to the All-Ireland semi-finals, which mirror those of a century ago. Thanks for reading!


Cavan's inspirational captain Raymond Galligan lifts the Anglo-Celt Cup. What an end to a remarkable day!


Christy Ring Cup final full time: Down 0-22 Kildare 3-16

With all the excitement, I nearly forgot about the Christy Ring Cup final - to Kildare the spoils!


Cavan will face All-Ireland champions Dublin at Croke Park on Saturday week. They were brilliant today and deserve their first rest in over a month.


What an incredible achievement for Mickey Graham and his men! I can't emphasise how much better than Donegal they were in this game. And isn't it amazing that on the weekend that we remember Bloody Sunday, Cavan and Tipperary join Dublin and Mayo in the All-Ireland semi-finals - the same four teams that were there in 1920!


Ulster SFC final full time: Cavan 1-13 Donegal 0-12

Cavan have stunned the holders to win the Ulster title for the first time since 1997. They did it the hard way, coming through the preliminary round, winning four games in successive weekends. They were magnificent today and are thoroughly deserving of this victory!


They go for goal again and Murphy volleys the loose ball high and wide.


Donegal go for goal but Cavan clear their lines...


We move into four minutes of injury time! Cavan are on the verge of glory!



Cavan send in a high ball and Patton opts to punch it for some reason. Straight to Madden and he drills it to the net from close range - 1-13 to 0-12!



A chance for Donegal but Langan's effort tails left of the posts and wide. Thomas Galligan then makes an incredible catch to win the mark!


Cavan are winning every ball. If they keep doing that, then how are Donegal going to equalise?



Martin Reilly goes for a killer Cavan goal when he had an easy point on - Patton executes a superb save. Madden sends the rebound wide. Three left and Donegal still trail...


Ulster SFC final: Cavan 0-13 Donegal 0-12

A stunning point from Oisin Kiernan with six minutes left - left-footed from close to the left sideline, an inspirational strike! The Breffni County are back ahead and are back to 15 men as Madden returns!



Jamie Brennan drills a shot at goal but Galligan makes another great stop! McGonigle them fires the equalising point from distance - 0-12 each!


Christy Ring Cup final: Down 0-18 Kildare 3-13

Five between them now thanks to Jack Sheridan.


Ulster SFC final: Cavan 0-12 Donegal 0-11

McKiernan's free restores Cavan's lead with an hour played.



Brilliant play by Cavan culminates in a levelling point from Martin Reilly. They may be down to 14 again right now but they are totally on top!


Christy Ring Cup final: Down 0-18 Kildare 3-12

A Byrne free leaves three between the sides.


Donegal introduce Ciaran Thompson for the last 14 minutes, with McBrearty making way.

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