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GAA results: Big wins for Derry over Kerry, Cork and Dublin

Published 09/02/2014 | 16:51

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9 February 2014; Stephen O'Brien, Kerry, reacts after defeat to Derry. Allianz Football League, Division 1, Round 2, Kerry v Derry, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Co. Kerry. Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene / SPORTSFILE
9 February 2014; Stephen O'Brien, Kerry, reacts after defeat to Derry. Allianz Football League, Division 1, Round 2, Kerry v Derry, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Co. Kerry. Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene / SPORTSFILE
9 February 2014; Ger Cafferkey, Mayo, in action against Darren McCurry, Tyrone. Allianz Football League, Division 1, Round 2, Tyrone v Mayo, Healy Park, Omagh, Co. Tyrone. Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE
9 February 2014; Ger Cafferkey, Mayo, in action against Darren McCurry, Tyrone. Allianz Football League, Division 1, Round 2, Tyrone v Mayo, Healy Park, Omagh, Co. Tyrone. Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE
9 February 2014; Two Mile House captain Niall Browne, left, and team-mate Aidan Casey celebrate with the cup. AIB GAA Football All Ireland Junior Club Championship Final, Two Mile House, Kildare v Fuerty, Roscommon. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Paul Mohan / SPORTSFILE
9 February 2014; Two Mile House captain Niall Browne, left, and team-mate Aidan Casey celebrate with the cup. AIB GAA Football All Ireland Junior Club Championship Final, Two Mile House, Kildare v Fuerty, Roscommon. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Paul Mohan / SPORTSFILE

Kerry succumbed to their second league defeat in a row as Derry travelled to Killarney and came away with an impressive 0-16 to 0-14 win.

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Cathal McNally's late goal proved to be only a consolation as Kildare were beaten 1-12 to 0-16 by Brian Cuthbert's Cork.

Mayo were left to rue a number of missed goal chances as a goal in either half from Darren McCurry helped Tyrone to a six-point win in Omagh.

All-Ireland champions Dublin proved too good for Westmeath who did score a late goal through Dessie Dolan.

In Division 2, Colm McFadden was the goalscorer as Donegal overcame Galway by 1-16 to 0-12 in Salthill'

Laois overcame the dismissal of Conor Meredith just before half time to beat Louth by three points in Drogheda with Ross Munnelly the or man to find the net.

Monaghan were clinical in their 12-point demolition of Meath in Clones.

There were wins in Division Three for Limerick, Cavan ans Roscommon.

While in Division Four, both Leitrim and Clare and Waterford and Tipperary drew  with Wicklow registering a two- point over Antrim in front of their own fans.

Leinster and Connacht will contest this year's interprovincial hurling final after wins over Ulster and Munster respectively.

Kildare's Two Mile House after the All-Ireland Junior club football champions after a 5-7 to 1-11 win over Fuerty of Roscommon.

Elsewhere , Meath claimed their seventh Kehoe Cup title after beating Kildare by 1-21 to 0-19 after extra-time in Newbridge.

GAA results

Allianz FL Division 1

Cork 0-16 Kildare 1-12, Páirc Uí Rinn

Kerry 0-14 Derry 0-16, Killarney

Tyrone 2-15 Mayo 0-15, Healy Park

Westmeath 1-7 Dublin 0-14, Cusack Park

 

Allianz FL Division 2

Galway 0-12 Donegal 1-16, Pearse Stadium

Louth 0-11 Laois 2-8, Gaelic Grounds

Monaghan 0-20 Meath 0-8, Clones

 

Allianz FL Division 3

Limerick 2-11 Longford 0-11, Gaelic Grounds

Offaly 0-8 Cavan 1-11, O'Connor Park

Roscommon 1-16 Wexford 1-9, Kiltoom

 

Allianz FL Division 4

Antrim 1-13 Wicklow 3-9, Ahoghill

Clare 0-11 Leitrim 1-8, Miltown Malbay

Tipperary 0-12 Waterford 1-9, Clonmel

 

All-Ireland club IFC final

Kiltane 2-13 Truagh 2-21, Croke Park

 

All-Ireland club JFC final

Fuerty 1-11 Two Mile House 5-7, Croke Park

 

Interprovincial SHC semi-finals

Connacht 1-18 Munster 0-16, Ballinasloe

Leinster 8-18 Ulster 1-21, Trim

 

Kehoe Cup final

Kildare 0-18 Meath 1-21, Newbridge

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