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Summary

  1. Cavan 0-18 Tipperary 2-15 (Res)
  2. Wexford 1-10 Monaghan 3-23 (Res)
  3. Meath 1-14 Donegal 1-15 (Res)
  4. Westmeath 1-7 Armagh 1-12 (Res)

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Full-time

    Meath 1-14 Donegal 1-15

    Donegal scrape into the fourth round after a great contest at Pairc Tailteann in Navan.

  2. Half-time

    Meath 0-7 Donegal 0-7

    All square at the break in Navan.

    Meath scorers: Donal Lenihan (3), Graham Reilly, Ruairi O Coileain, Cillian O'Sullivan, Donal Keogan.

    Donegal scorers: Patrick McBrearty (3), Jason McGee (2) and Michael Murphy (2)

    Meath's Graham Reilly gets the ball away as Eoin McHugh of Donegal closes in
    Image caption: Meath's Graham Reilly gets the ball away as Eoin McHugh of Donegal closes in
  3. Monaghan into third round

    Wexford 1-10 Monaghan 3-23

    Monaghan bounce back from their shock Ulster SFC semi-final defeat by Down with a convincing win over Wexford in Round 2B of the All-Ireland qualifiers.

    Wexford’s John Turbitt competes against Kieran Duffy of Monaghan
    Image caption: Wexford’s John Turbitt competes against Kieran Duffy of Monaghan
  4. Cavan crash out

    Cavan 0-18 Tipperary 2-15

    Cavan's second-half collapse sees them knocked out of the Championship. They led by six at half-time - but in the end lost by a three-point margin.

  5. Cavan v Tipperary

    Conor Sweeney of Cavan
    Image caption: Conor Sweeney's penalty put Tipperary into a 1-13 to 0-13 lead after Cavan had led by six at half-time
  6. Cavan v Tipperary

    Cian Mackey of Cavan
    Image caption: Cian Mackey was among the scorers as Cavan established a 0-12 to 0-6 half-time lead against Tipperary. Eleven of Cavan's points have come from play.
  7. Cavan v Tipperary

    Jack Kennedy put Tipperary into an early two-point lead at Kingspan Breffni
    Image caption: Jack Kennedy put Tipperary into an early two-point lead at Kingspan Breffni