As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

November 08, 2020

Tempers flare between Cork's Mark Keane and Kerry's Jason Foley. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

It was football all the way today, with crunch encounters in all four provinces, including huge semi-finals in Munster and Connacht.

Cork welcomed holders Kerry to Pairc Ui Chaoimh for a pulsating Munster SFC semi-final, with Tipperary awaiting the winners. Meanwhile, reigning champions Roscommon and Mayo did battle in a winner-takes-all Connacht semi-final clash at Dr Hyde Park to see who'll meet Galway in the decider.

There were no fewer than three quarter-finals down for decision in Leinster. Longford hosted Laois for the honour of taking on holders Dublin at Croke Park next Sunday, while Meath faced a potentially difficult trek to Aughrim to lock horns with Wicklow. Elsewhere, the semi-final line-up was completed when Offaly and Kildare went head to head under lights at O'Moore Park.

In Ulster, Fermanagh had home advantage against Down - the winners of that one will face Cavan next weekend for a place in the Anglo-Celt Cup decider.

Click here to look back at our text commentary on all the action.

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