Castlehaven and Nemo Rangers will have to do it all over again after a tense 0-10 each draw in the Cork SFC decider.
A composed Scotstown side regained the Monaghan senior football championship title that they last held in 2013, beating Monaghan Harps 2-12 to 0-9.
Clann na nGael won their first Roscommon SFC in 19 years with a dramatic one-point victory against neighbours Padraig Pearses at Dr Hyde Park, 1-9 to 0-11.
Naomh Conaill captured a third Donegal SFC title with victory over St Eunan’s of Letterkenny, 0-11 to 0-10, in Ballybofey.
Hot favourites Clonmel Commercials regained the Tipperary SFC title after a three-year gap, defeating neighbours Moyle Rovers in a thriller at Semple Stadium, 1-12 to 3-5.
Holders St Vincent’s eased into the semi-finals of the Dublin Senior Football Championship as they proved too strong for Lucan Sarsfields.
The champions prevailed by 2-21 to 2-11 at Parnell Park this afternoon.
Na Fianna are also through as an Aaron Byrne goal in the 44th minute helped them to a comfortable 1-9 to 0-7 win over a lethargic St Jude’s.
Ballyboden, who defeated Kilmacud Crokes in the 2nd round, maintained their impressive form as they finished strongly to defeat Plunkett’s by 1-12 to 1-11.
Clontarf dominated from the opening whistle when defeating a lethargic St Anne’s by 0-19 to 0-7.
In Sligo, Stephen Coen scored seven points at St Mary’s qualified for their third county final appearance in four years with a six-point defeat of Tourlestrane, 2-15 to 2-9.
Legion beat Rathmore 1-12 to 1-9 to reach a second Kerry SFC final in the club’s 86-year history