Meath 1-7 Longford 0-10
Longford are through to the final of the O’Byrne Cup following a draw with Meath in Ashbourne.
Donal Lenihan gave the Royal County an early lead with a goal after two minutes.
However, a more consistent showing from Longford sees the Midlands county into the final.
— Longford GAA (@OfficialLDGAA) January 11, 2023
Dublin 0-8 Offaly 0-11
Elsewhere in the O’Byrne Cup, Offaly saw off the challenge of Dublin on a wet evening in Parnell Park.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) January 11, 2023
Derry 0-10 Tyrone 0-10
A last-gasp score from Lachlan Murray salvaged a draw for Derry against Tyrone, sending the Oak Leaf County into the semi-finals of the Dr McKenna Cup.
Sensational equalising score from Lachlan Murray with the last kick of the game to cap off a battling second-half performance from the Oak Leafers that sends us into the semi-final 👏🇦🇹#McKennaCup pic.twitter.com/N9a8kOIz5D
— Derry GAA (@Doiregaa) January 11, 2023
Cavan 1-14 Armagh 1-9
Also in the Dr McKenna Cup, Cavan were able to overcome come rivals Armagh.
Cavan’s Dara McVeety took home the man of the match award.
— Official Cavan GAA (@CavanCoBoardGaa) January 11, 2023
Donegal 2-7 Monaghan 0-15
Donegal lost out to Monaghan, also in the Dr McKenna Cup, despite two goals from Joel Bradley Walsh.
Massive congratulations to @CarrickEmmets Stephen O Hanlon who was named the @BankofIrelandUK @UlsterGAA Man of the Match at tonight’s Dr McKenna Cup Game against Donegal in Ballybofey pic.twitter.com/w0EuLhkaAv
— @monaghangaa (@monaghangaa) January 11, 2023