Fourteen-man Derry produce a heroic performance to beat Mayo by two points and reach the Football League Division One final.
Members of a GAA social club whose premises are earmarked for demolition begin a 24-hour "sit-in" protest.
St Pat's Maghera fall just short in their bid to retain the Hogan Cup for Colleges as they lose by two points at Croke Park.
Sean Cavanagh says Tyrone's defeat by Dublin and failure to make the Division 1 Football League semi-finals means the team will have to "go back to the drawing board".
James McCartan is hugely disappointed by his Down team's defeat by Laois at Portlaoise.
The GAA says nearly 50% fewer cards have been handed out in this year's Football League compared to last season.
Cavan U21s win their fourth straight Ulster title as they hit 1-3 in the final four minutes to beat Donegal 2-6 to 0-8.
Tyrone miss out on the Division 1 League semi-finals as Diarmuid Connolly's late point earns Dublin victory at Omagh.
Donegal footballers earn promotion to Division 1 with a win at the Athletic Grounds that sends Armagh to Division 3.
Monaghan clinch Division 1 promotion with victory over a Galway side who remain in Division 2 despite their defeat.
Down's Division 2 Football League campaign ends in disappointing fashion at they are beaten by Laois at Portlaoise.
Mayo and Derry will meet again in the Division 1 semi-finals as the Connacht champions beat a second-string Oak Leaf side.
Antrim complete a disappointing Division Four campaign with a 0-10 to 0-6 defeat to a Clare side which secured promotion.
Barry Owens netted in the final seconds for Fermanagh to clinch a 3-10 to 2-13 draw with Offaly at Brewster Park.
Cavan make it seven wins from their seven Division Three games with Saturday's 0-18 to 0-14 victory over Limerick.