Sunday's Club Championship round-up
AIB Leinster Club SFC First Round
Dunboyne (Meath) 1-12 Shelmaliers (Wexford) 1-2
Rhode (Offaly) 2-16 St Patrick's (Wicklow) 1-9
Clare SFC Final
Milltown-Malbay 0-14 Ennistymon 0-8
Cork SFC Final
Galway SFC Final
Kerry SFC Final
London SFC Final replay
Tir Chonaill Gaels 0-15 Fulham Irish 0-13
Tipperary SFC Final
Moyle Rovers 1-15 Ardfinnan 1-7
Waterford SFC Final
The Nire 0-9 Kilrossanty 0-7
AIB Munster Club SHC Quarter-Final
AIB Ulster Club SHC Semi-Final
Ballycran (Down) 4-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 1-14
Antrim SHC Final
Cushendall 2-12 Loughgiel Shamrocks 0-15
Dublin SHC Final replay
Kilkenny SHC Final
In the AIB Leinster SFC Club Championship Dunboyne and Rhode advanced to the Quarter-Final stage.
Dunboyne were always in control against Shelmaliers following an early burst from Donal Lenihan, who carried a threat in attack.
St Patrick's, who won the Wicklow SFC title on Saturday, were unable to deal with a talented Rhode outfit.
Rhode goals from Ciaran Heavey and Anton Sullivan set up an interesting last eight clash with St Columba's, Mullinalaghta.
Eoin Cleary rifled over five points as Milltown-Malbay defeated Ennistymon by 0-14 to 0-8 in the Clare SFC Final at Cusack Park.
Moyle Rovers delivered when it truly counted against Ardfinnan in the second half to claim Tipperary SFC glory at Semple Stadium.
Liam Boland struck six points, while Shane Foley clipped 1-2 for the victors.
Killian Butler impressed as Tir Chonaill Gaels overcame Fulham Irish at McGovern Park in the London SFC Final replay.
Liam Gavaghan and Ryan Elliott also contributed handsomely for Paul Coggins' outfit.
Ballycran dethroned Slaughtneil as AIB Ulster Club Hurling champions following a 4-15 to 1-14 triumph at Corrigan Park.
James Coyle (2), Niall Breen, and Christopher Egan all grabbed goals for the Down standard bearers.
Cushendall beat Loughgiel Shamrocks in a highly competitive Antrim SHC decider at Ballycastle.
Paddy Burke and Conor Carson netted the critical goals as Cushendall prevailed.