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GAA Results for 2017 – Hurling and Football

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Posted by Keith Nulty in News | Jul 2017

We have all the hurling and gaelic football results from the 2017 Championship.

GAA FOOTBALL ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP 2017: FIXTURES & RESULTS CONNACHT May 7: Preliminary Round: Sligo 1-21 New York 1-13, Gaelic Park. May 21: Quarter-final: Mayo 2-14 Sligo 0-11, Elverys MacHale Park. May 28: Leitrim 3-10 London 0-16, Ruislip June 11: Semi-final: Galway 0-15 Mayo 1-11, Pearse Stadium. June 18: Semi-final: Roscommon 2-23 Leitrim 1-9, Dr. Hyde Park. July 9: Final: Roscommon 2-15 Galway 0-12, Pearse Stadium. LEINSTER May 21: First Round: Carlow 2-17 Wexford 2-13, Netwatch Cullen Park; Laois 4-15 Longford 0-16, O’Moore Park; Louth 1-19 Wicklow 1-14, Parnell Park June 3: Quarter-final: Dublin 0-19 Carlow 0-7, O’Moore Park. June 4: Quarter-finals: Kildare 1-21 Laois 1-7, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park; Meath 0-27 Louth 3-9, Parnell Park. June 11: Quarter-final: Offaly 0-10 Westmeath 0-10, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park. June 17: Quarter-final replay: Westmeath 3-17 Offaly 0-15, TEG Cusack Park; Semi-final: Kildare 2-16 Meath 0-13, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park; June 25: Semi-final: Dublin 4-29 Westmeath 0-10, Croke Park. July 16: Final: Dublin v Kildare, Croke Park. MUNSTER May 27: Quarter-final: Cork 1-12 Waterford 1-11, Fraher Field, Dungarvan; May 28: Quarter-final: Clare 1-13 Limerick 1-12, Cusack Park. June 10: Semi-final: Cork 1-10 Tipperary 1-9, Pairc Ui Rinn. June 11: Semi-final: Kerry 1-18 Clare 1-12, Ennis. July 2: Final: Kerry 1-23 Cork 0-15, Killarney.
ULSTER May 20: Preliminary Round: Monaghan 1-20 Fermanagh 1-11, Clones. May 21: Quarter-final: Donegal 3-19 Antrim 1-9, Ballybofey May 28: Quarter -final: Tyrone 0-22 Derry 0-11, Celtic Park June 4: Quarter-final: Down 0-15 Armagh 2-7, Newry. June 11: Quarter-final: Monaghan 1-15 Cavan 0-15, Kingspan Breffni. June 18: Semi-final: Tyrone 1-21 Donegal 1-12, Clones. June 25: Semi-final: Down 1-14 Monahan 0-15, Athletic Grounds. July 16: Final: Tyrone v Down, Clones. ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIPS June 17: Qualifiers: Round 1A: Derry 1-17 Waterford 0-13, Fraher Field, Dungarvan; Longford 2-15 Louth 1-10, Drogheda; Laois 2-16 Wicklow 3-10, Joule Park Aughrim; Sligo 0-22 Antrim 3-7, Markievicz Park. June 24: Qualifiers: Round 1B: Wexford 0-12 Limerick 0-11, Gaelic Grounds; June 25: Qualifiers Round 1B: Carlow 0-13 London 0-12, McGovern Park, Ruislip; Armagh 0-20 Fermanagh 0-11, Athletic Grounds; Cavan 1-17 Offaly 0- 16, Tullamore. July 1: Qualifiers: Round 2A: Meath 0-14 Sligo 1-9, Navan; Mayo 2-21 Derry 1-13 (aet), Castlebar; Donegal 0-12 Longford 0-7, Ballybofey; Clare 2-18 Laois 0-14, Portlaoise. July 8: Qualifiers: Round 3A: Mayo 2-14 Clare 0-13, Ennis; Donegal 1-15 Meath 1-14, Navan; 2B: Tipperary 2-15 Cavan 0-18, Kingspan Breffni Park; Carlow 2-14 Leitrim 0-13, Netwatch Cullen Park; Monaghan 3-23 Wexford 1- 11, Innovate Wexford Park; Westmeath v Armagh, TEG Cusack Park. July 15: Qualifiers: Round 3B: Carlow v Monaghan, Netwatch Cullen Park; Tipperary v Armagh, Thurles. July 22: Qualifiers: Round 4A: Cork v Mayo, Gaelic Grounds; Galway v Donegal, Markievicz Park. July 29/30: Qualifiers: Round 4B (Two 3B winners v losers of Ulster and Leinster finals, subject to avoiding re-matches from the provincial series) QUARTER-FINALS July 30: Roscommon v 4A Winner; Kerry v 4A winner August 5: Dublin or Kildare v 4B Winner; Down or Tyrone v 4B winner SEMI-FINALS August 20: Connacht champions* v Munster champions* August 27: Leinster champions* v Ulster champions* *Or quarter-final winners FINAL September 17: Final

June 25: Preliminary Round Qualifier: Laois 2-14 Carlow 1-16, O’Moore Park.
July 1: Round 1Qualifiers: Kilkenny 0-20 Limerick 0-17, Nowlan Park; Dublin
2-28 Laois 1-15, Parnell Park; Tipperary 2-18 Westmeath 0-15, Semple
Stadium; Waterford 1-35 Offaly 0-14, Bord na Móna O’Connor Park,
Tullamore.
July 8: Round 2 Qualifiers: Waterford 4-23 Kilkenny 2-22 (aet), Semple
Stadium; Tipperary 6-26 Dublin 1-19, Semple Stadium.
July 22: Quarter-final: Clare v Tipperary, PáircUí Chaoimh.
July 23: Quarter-finals: Wexford v Waterford, PáircUí Chaoimh
August 6: Semi-final: Galway v Quarter-final winner, Croke Park/
August 13: Semi-final: Cork v Quarter-final winner, Croke Park.
September 3: Final, Croke Park
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