It was a hectic day on the county final scene - here is everything you need to know from around the county over the weekend:
Dessie Dolan won his eighth Westmeath SFC title with Garrycastle on Sunday, one more than his father managed in what, he insisted after the final whistle, was his final act in county football.
Sixmilebridge won their fourth Clare Senior Hurling Championship title since 2013 as they saw off neighbours Cratloe by 0-21 to 0-15 in Cusack Park in Ennis this afternoon.
Joe O'Brien hit a dozen points, while former county football star Paul Barden scored a late goal as Clonguish Gaels claimed the JJ Duignan Cup for a fifth time with a comfortable victory over Longford Slashers at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.
Dylan Ward's 51st minute goal proved decisive as Kilcoo regained the Down SFC title with a narrow victory over St. Peter's, Warrenpoint at Pairc Esler.
Two superb second-half goals from county U-20 star Cian Johnson will be forever remembered in Ferbane as they powered the West Offaly club to a 2-13 to 0-14 win over Rhode and their first Dowling Cup triumph in 25 years.
Kilruane MacDonagh's ruthlessly ended Clonoulty-Rossmore's reign as Tipperary SHC champions this afternoon, but they may well have lost two of their county stars in the process.
James Holmes scored half a dozen points as Castletown saw off 2016 champions Gusserane in a free-flowing Wexford SFC final at Innovate Wexford Park.
St Patrick's recorded their first double since 1960 by surviving a massive test from underdogs AGB in a packed Aughrim this afternoon to claim the Wicklow SFC title.
Padraig Pearses won their first ever Roscommon SFC title with a 2-10 to 1-10 victory over Roscommon Gaels that banished the memory of seven previous final defeats.
St Patrick's put Wicklow SFC titles back-to-back for the first time since 1960 after edging out Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney at Aughrim.
Clonguish Gaels claimed their fifth Longford SHC title and first since 2012 with a comprehensive victory over Longford Slashers at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.
Watch deferred coverage of the Cork SFC semi-final between Douglas and Nemo Rangers in Páirc Uí Rinn.
Kilcoo regained their Down Senior Football Championship title on Sunday as Dylan Ward's goal eight minutes from time proved the difference between the Magpies and St Peter's Warrenpoint.
Pauric Mahony rifled over a dozen points as Ballygunner completed a remarkable six-in-a-row of Waterford SHC successes with victory over city rivals De La Salle at Walsh Park.
Davy Fitzgerald coached his beloved Sixmilebridge to their fourth Canon Hamilton Cup in seven years at the expense of local rivals Cratloe in Cusack Park this afternoon.
Castlerahan retained their Cavan Senior Championship title after a real dogfight against neighbours Ramor at Kingspan Breffni.
Appearing in their eighth county final, Padraig Pearses finally got their hands on the Fahey Cup after withstanding a late Roscommon Gaels rally at Dr Hyde Park.
Portlaoise have been crowned Laois SFC champions for the 34th time following their narrow win over first-time finalists Killeshin in O'Moore Park this afternoon.
Portlaoise were pushed all the way by first-time finalists Killeshin before completing a three-in-a-row of Jack Delaney Cups at O'Moore Park.
A storming performance from midfielder Tony O'Kelly-Lynch, who scored eight points, as well as a 57th-minute goal from Arthur Wall, earned Naomh Eoin their first ever Sligo SHC title at Markievicz Park.
Trillick claimed their eighth Tyrone SFC title and a second in five years as they saw off Errigal Ciaran in a disappointing decider at Healy Park.
Shane Boland shot 0-7 as Tooreen held off underdogs Castlebar Mitchels to complete a three-in-a-row of Mayo SHC title wins at Elvery's MacHale Park.
A dramatic comeback in the second half saw Garrycastle regain the Flanagan Cup after a five-year gap, the former All-Ireland finalists coming from eight points down to deservedly win a pulsating Westmeath SFC final by 2-13 to 3-06.
Nemo Rangers breezed past a tame Douglas challenge to set up a Cork SFC final date with Duhallow on Sunday, October 27.
An injury-time free from Glencar/Manorhamilton captain Conor Dolan was enough for them to secure victory over Ballinamore Sean O'Heslins in this afternoon's Leitrim football final in Avantcard Pairc Sean MacDiarmada.
Garrycastle came from eight points down at half-time to overhaul favourites St Loman's in an absorbing Westmeath SFC final at TEG Cusack Park.
Cathal Malone was in marvellous form as he helped guide Sixmilebridge to their fourth Clare SHC title this decade, their third in five seasons.
Man of the match James Holmes inspired Castletown to the Wexford SFC crown in Sunday's final at a sunny Innovate Wexford Park as they powered past 2016 champions Gusserane 3-16 to 2-10.
Lee Brennan scored 0-5 as Trillick overcame Errigal Ciaran in a dour struggle to be crowned Tyrone senior football champions for an eighth time at Healy Park.
Castlerahan made it back-to-back Cavan senior football championship titles after downing neighbours Ramor United this evening at Kingspan Breffni.
Conor Dolan was Glencar/Manorhamilton's captain fantastic after his last-gasp free handed them a dramatic victory over 14-man Ballinamore in the Leitrim SFC final at Avantcard Pairc Sean MacDiarmada.
Ballygunner made it six in a row with this Waterford SHC title, showing all their experience in seeing off a spirited De La Salle side.
Cian Johnson showed his star quality by scoring 2-3 as Ferbane came from five points down with 20 minutes remaining to dethrone Rhode in a thrilling Offaly SFC final at Bord na Mona O'Connor Park.
Tooreen picked up their 30th Mayo senior hurling title in MacHale Park this afternoon, but they were made to work for it by a battling Castlebar Mitchels outfit.
New Waterford senior hurling manager Liam Cahill has taken the surprising decision to drop captain Noel Connors and Maurice Shanahan among others from his 2020 panel.
Jack McCaffrey was red-carded as Clontarf failed to halt Kilmacud Crokes' bid for back-to-back Dublin SFC titles in this afternoon's quarter-final at Parnell Park.
Duhallow take on Newcestown in Cork SFC semi-final in Páirc Uí Rinn, throw-in at 2pm.
It's six titles and counting for Ballygunner in Waterford having seen off the challenge of De La Salle in Walsh Park.
There were 10 football and five hurling senior finals down for decision today - stay up to date with all the action and get reports on every game here.
This afternoon's Louth SFC and MFC finals have been postponed after the Gaelic Grounds failed a pitch inspection.
Galway’s hurling managerial crisis shows no signs of abating as the hurling board have asked officials to approach Francis Forde and Noel Larkin to reconsider their decisions to step away from the managerial appointment process.
Antrim GAA has issued an apology to a wheelchair user who was refused entry to yesterday's county SFC final replay between Cargin and Lamh Dhearg at Corrigan Park.
The Twitter reaction to Conor McHugh's sending off in Na Fianna's extra-time defeat to Ballyboden St Enda's in last night's Dublin SFC quarter-final has been one of disbelief.
Killererin GAA club has expressed its pride in Padraic Joyce who is set to become Galway's new senior football manager.
You can watch back all the action, reaction and analysis from the east Cork side's impressive victory here:
Enniskerry GAA has revealed that "there is no critical or life threatening injuries" after players celebrating a football championship success fell from a lorry this evening.
Padraig Pearses again go in search of an elusive first Roscommon SFC title today, having lost all seven of their previous final appearances. Former stalwart John Whyte offers a unique insight into what went wrong in the past and what needs to happen to end the hoodoo.
Ulster GAA are delighted to continue their association with FinTrU as they once again take on the sponsorship of the
Sixmilebridge manager Tim Crowe and Cratloe full-back Mikey Hawes are more familiar than most county final opponents - Crowe currently shares a house with his son-in-law.