Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.


  1. Waterford 0-13 Derry 1-17
  2. Sligo 0-22 Antrim 3-07
  3. Louth 1-10 Longford 2-15
  4. Wicklow 3-10 Laois 2-16

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Full-time

    Sligo 0-22 Antrim 3-07

    Quite a collapse by Antrim after having led in the second half. Sligo win by six and Antrim's summer is over.

  2. GOAL

    Sligo 0-20 Antrim 3-06

    Paddy McBride gets a third goal for Antrim in stoppage time, but the Saffrons have been well and truly outpointed.

  3. One-way traffic

    Sligo 0-18 Antrim 2-06

    Ten unanswered points see Sligo take control and it looks like Antrim will be the first Ulster county to be knocked out of the All-Ireland.

  4. GOAL

    Sligo 0-8 Antrim 2-6

    Matt Fitzpatrick scores Antrim's second goal. Looked like he was going for the point but the ball dipped and catahces out Sligo keeper Aidan Devaney.

  5. Red card

    Sligo 0-7 Antrim 1-6

    Antrim's Jack Dowling, who came on as a substitute late in the first half, has been dismissed for a late tackle on Mark Breheny - 27 minutes to play.

  6. Penalty

    Sligo 0-7 Antrim 1-6

    Antrim take the lead through a CJ McGourty penalty in the fourth minute of the second half at Markiewicz Park.

  7. Westmeath win

    Westmeath will be Dublin's opponents in the semi-finals of the Leinster Football Championship after winning their quarter-final replay against Offaly by 3-17 to 0-15. Offally now play Cavan in the qualifiers on 25 June.

  8. Half-time

    Sligo 0-7 Antrim 0-6

  9. Full-time

    Waterford 0-13 Derry 1-17

    Derry cruise into Round 2A of the All-Ireland qualifiers after a commanding second-half display at Fraher Field in Dungarvan.

    Scorers for the Oak Leaf county: Danny Heavron 1-1, James Kielt 0-3, Danny Tallon 0-3, Ryan Bell 0-2, Ciaran McFaul 0-2, Niall Loughlin 0-2, Niall Keenan 0-1, Emmett McGuigan 0-1, Chrissy McKaigue 0-1, Mark Lynch 0-1

  10. Half-time

    Waterford 0-09 Derry 0-11

    Derry hold a two-point interval advantage against Division Four team Waterford at Fraher Field in Dungarvan.

    Oak Leaf scorers in the first half: Niall Loughlin 2, James Kielt 3, Danny Tallon 2, Ryan Bell 2, Ciaran McFaul and Niall Keenan.

    James Kielt is among the Derry scorers in the match away to Waterford
    Image caption: James Kielt is among the Derry scorers in the match away to Waterford