That's all from us as we gather breath from an exhilarating weekend of action.
The majority of teams showed great battling spirit to grind out results when most needed, but performance of the day has to go to the men of Cavan who travel home from MacHale Park with two points in the bag.
Wow, what an afternoon's action, comeback, shock wins and big scores were the order of the day.
FL3: Longford 0-16 Sligo 2-07 FT
Big win for Longford also this afternoon.
FL3: Louth 0-11 Armagh 3-15 FT
A first defeat of the campaign for Louth.
FL3: Offaly 2-11 Tipperary 2-15 FT
Tipp come from behind to take the points.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-18 Clare 1-10 FT
Good win for the Breffni men.
FL2: Cork 0-18 Meath 1-15 FT
Once again Meath show great solve to come back and earn a share of the spoils.
FL2: Galway 5-15 Derry 2-15 FT
A high scoring contest goes the way of the Galway men.
FL1: Mayo 0-15 Cavan 1-14 FT
A massive, massive win for Cavan in their plight to avoid the drop.
FL3: Antrim 1-10 Laois 0-11 FT
Another defeat for Laois leaves them closer to the trap door.
FL1: Monaghan 2-17 Roscommon 1-13 FT
Big win for Monaghan, while Roscommon looked set for relegation.
FL4: Westmeath 0-19 Wicklow 0-14 FT
Westmeath take a step closer to Division Three.
FL1: Mayo 0-15 Cavan 1-14
McCutcheon points for Cavan and we're into three minutes of injury time.
FL4: Limerick 2-11 Leitrim 0-15 FT
A good win for Limerick.
FL2: Cork 0-18 Meath 1-14
Barry O'Driscoll's point has Cork back in front.
FL3: Longford 0-15 Sligo 2-06
Neil Ewing for Sligo.
Goal - Galway
A fifth goal for Galway, 5-13 to 2-15.
FL2: Cork 0-17 Meath 1-14
O'Neill has the sides level again, three minutes left.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-17 Clare 1-09
Aidan Breen with a great team score for Fermanagh.
FL1: Mayo 0-15 Cavan 1-13
Fine score by McVeety.
FL2: Cork 0-16 Meath 1-14
Sean Tobin kicks Meath into the lead, six minutes left.
Goal - Armagh
Jamie Clarke converts a penalty.
Goal - Galway
From the penalty spot, Galway extend their lead..
FL2: Fermanagh 0-16 Clare 1-08
Quigley fires over a '45.
FL4: Westmeath 0-18 Wicklow 0-09
A fourth second half point for Egan now.
Goal - Galway
Galway lead by 3-13 to 2-14 after 60 minutes.
FL1: Mayo 0-15 Cavan 1-11
Sub Shane Nally has Mayo back in front.
FL2: Cork 0-16 Meath 1-12
Reilly's point has Meath just a point behind, unreal stuff in Pairc Ui Rinn.
FL4: Westmeath 0-16 Wicklow 0-08
Heslin is unerring from frees.
FL3: Offaly 2-10 Tipperary 2-12
Jack Kennedy helps Tipp into a two-point lead.
Red Card - Limerick
Cian Sheehan is sent off..
FL2: Cork 0-16 Meath 1-11
Meath are right back in this game.
FL1: Mayo 0-14 Cavan 1-10
Keegan is giving an exhibition of long range scoring.
Goal - Tipperary
Michael Quinlivan with a beauty, 2-10 each now.
FL2: Galway 2-11 Derry 2-14
Kielt, McWillians and Tallon points see Derry go in front.
FL1: Mayo 0-13 Cavan 1-10
Lee Keegan with a long range effort.
FL3: Offaly 2-09 Tipperary 1-10
Tipp are rallying; Conor Sweeney with their latest score.
FL2: Cork 0-16 Meath 0-10
Two points in a row for Meath, Alan Forde with the second of those.
FL3: Louth 0-07 Armagh 2-12
The Orchard County are heading for victory in this one.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-11 Clare 1-08
Tubridy's free has the sides level again.
FL1: Mayo 0-12 Cavan 1-10
A fourth for Kirby who have been outstanding.
FL4: Westmeath 0-14 Wicklow 0-08
A third point for Ger Egan.
FL1 Mayo 0-11 Cavan 1-10
Martin Reilly decides to take his point.
FL2: Cork 0-16 Meath 0-08
Paul Kerrigan on target again for the home side.
Goal - Clare
Keelan Sexton's goal has the sides level.
FL2: Cork 0-15 Meath 0-08
Cillian O'Sullivan helps close the gap.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-11 Clare 0-07
Quigley converts a '45.
FL3: Offaly 2-09 Tipperary 1-08
Free from Tipp's Kevin O'Halloran splits the posts.
FL1: Mayo 0-11 Cavan 1-09
Tomas Corr chips over a point as Moran replies at the other end.
Goal - Limerick
Darragh Treacy gets Limerick's second goal.
FL1: Mayo 0-10 Cavan 1-08
McKiernan with a great effort for Cavan.
Goal - Offaly
Joey O'Connor's goal makes it 2-09 to 1-07.
FL2: Cork 0-14 Meath 0-05
Meath cannot handle O'Neill who scores again.
FL1: Mayo 0-10 Cavan 1-07
All square in MacHale Park..
FL3: Louth 0-07 Armagh 2-08
Badly needed score for Louth by Tommy Durnin.
FL2: Cork 0-13 Meath 0-05
O'Neill again for the Rebels.
FL4: Limerick 1-08 Leitrim 0-08
Emlyn Mulligan continues Leitrim's good start to the second half.
FL1: Mayo 0-10 Cavan 1-06
Good score by Rory Dunne leave just a point between the sides.
FL3: Offaly 1-07 Tipperary 1-06
Liam Casey points for Tipp.
FL3: Louth 0-06 Armagh 2-08
Grimley points a free as Armagh stretch their lead.
FL1: Mayo 0-10 Cavan 1-05
A third point for the impressive Kirby.
FL3: Louth 0-06 Armagh 2-07
Niall Grimley adds a second half point for Armagh.
FL3: Louth 0-06 Armagh 2-06
Stephen Sheridan extends Armagh's lead.
FL4: Limerick 1-08 Leitrim 0-06
Nevin O'Donnell for Leitrim who narrow the deficit to five points.
FL3: Offaly 1-07 Tipperary 1-05 HT
Another shock on the cards here as Offaly lead by two points at the break.
FL2: Cork 0-12 Meath 0-05 HT
Big second half needed from Meath.
FL2: Galway 2-07 Derry 2-10 HT
The visitors are on the brink of causing a surprise in this one.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-08 Clare 0-07 HT
A close contest in Brewster Park.
Goal - Cavan
McKiernan with a well take goal leaves just a point between the sides 0-09 to 1-05 at half time.
FL2: Cork 0-12 Meath 0-05
Bryan McMahon points for Meath.
FL4: Westmeath 0-10 Wicklow 0-05 HT
The Heslin show took over that first half.
FL1: Monaghan 0-12 Roscommon 0-08 HT
Roscommon have it all to do in the second half.
FL4: Wexford 0-15 London 0-09 FT
Wexford look set for Division Three football next year following this win.
FL1: Mayo 0-09 Cavan 0-05
O'Shea and McKiernan exchange good scores.
FL4: Westmeath 0-10 Wicklow 0-04
A seventh point for Heslin.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-06 Clare 0-06
Two in a row for Clare has the sides level.
FL3: Louth 0-04 Armagh 2-05
Grugan's free leaves seven points between the teams.
FL2: Cork 0-11 Meath 0-04
Mark Collins floats over a point in the 32nd minute.
FL3: Laois 0-05 Antrim 0-05
The sides are level as half time approaches.
FL2: Cork 0-10 Meath 0-04
Peter Kelleher extends Cork's lead.
FL1: Mayo 0-08 Cavan 0-04
Brilliant effort by Kirby from a tight angle.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-05 Clare 0-04
Eoin Cleary's free leave the minimum between the sides.
FL1: Mayo 0-07 Cavan 0-04
McVeety from play.
FL1: Monaghan 0-07 Roscommon 0-07
Gary Patterson scores for Roscommon.
FL1: Mayo 0-07 Cavan 0-03
Conor Shea from way out the field.
FL4: Westmeath 0-08 Wicklow 0-04
A fifth pointed free for Wicklow.
Fl2: Cork 0-08 Meath 0-04
Donal Lenihan's points pulls the gap back to four points, 27 minutes gone.
Goal - Tipperary
Robbie Kiely's goal puts Tipp back in front.
FL1: Mayo 0-06 Cavan 0-03
Kevin McLoughlin with a left footed free.
FL1: Mayo 0-05 Cavan 0-03
Dara McVeety closes the gap.
Goal - Limerick
The Shannonsiders lead by 1-07 to 0-04.
FL1: Mayo 0-05 Cavan 0-02
A second point for Andy Moran.
FL1: Mayo 0-04 Cavan 0-02
A second free for McKiernan.
FL4: Westmeath 0-07 Wicklow 0-04
Heslin and Alan Stone add to the home side's tally.
FL2: Cork 0-07 Meath 0-02
Graham Reilly points a much needed score for the Royals.
FL3:Offaly 1-03 Tipperary 0-04
Point from Sean Doyle.
FL2: Cork 0-07 Meath 0-01
20 minutes gone in Cork and the home side lead by six points after O'Neill scores yet another.
FL3: Louth 0-02 Armagh 2-04
Ryan Burns with a free for the home side.
Red Card - Tipperary and Offaly
Both sides down to 14 men as Mick Brazil and George Hannigan are shown straight red cards.
FL4: Westmeath 0-05 Wicklow 0-02
Paul Sharry drills over a '45.
FL2: Cork 0-06 Meath 0-01
All one way trafic in Pairc ui Rinn as O'Neill finds the target again.
FL2: Cork 0-05 Meath 0-01
Paul Kerrigan with a trademark run and score.
Goal - Sligo
Stephen Coen's goal levels matters against Longford.
Goal - Armagh
Niall Rowland makes it 2-03 to 0-01 after 14 minutes.
FL1: Mayo 0-04 Cavan 0-01
Fine score for Mayo by Danny Kirby.
FL4: Westmeath 0-04 Wicklow 0-02
Heslin converts his third free of the afternoon.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-02 Clare 0-02
Good move ends with Barry Mulrone pointing.
FL4: Westmeath 0-03 Wicklow 0-02
Anthony McLoughlin pulls a point back for Wicklow.
FL1: Mayo 0-03 Cavan 0-01
A beauty from Fergal Boland.
FL2: Galway 1-02 Derry 0-02
Kielt and Loughlin on target for Derry.
FL3: Louth 0-00 Armagh 1-03
Great start for the visitors as Paul Hughes points.
Red Card - Louth
The Wee County are down to 14 men, as Niall Rowland points to make it 1-02 to 0-00.
FL1: Mayo 0-02 Cavan 0-01
Free from Gearoid McKiernan.
FL3: Longford 0-04 Sligo 1-01
Sean McCormack floats over a free.
Goal - Armagh
Ciaran McKeever goals for Armagh, they lead Louth by 1-01 to 0-00.
FL2: Cork 0-03 Meath 0-01
A second point for O'Neill.
Goal - Sligo
The Yeats County lead Longford by 1-01 to 0-03 after seven minutes.
FL1: Mayo 0-02 Cavan 0-00
Tom Parsons surges forward to point and Andy Moran fololws up with another score.
FL3: Louth 0-00 Armagh 0-01
Rory Grugan from open play.
FL3: Longford 0-02 Sligo 0-00
Liam Connerton doubles the home side's lead.
FL4: Wexford 0-09 London 0-07
Two points from Ciaran Lyng edge Wexford in front.
FL2: Cork 0-02 Meath 0-01
Colm O'Neill edges the Rebels in front for the first time.
FL2: Fermanagh 0-01 Clare 0-00
Good passage of play ends with Tomas Corrigan pointing.
FL2: Cork 0-01 Meath 0-01
Mark Collins converts a free in the 3rd minuted.
Red Card - Armagh
In the first minute, Aidan Forker is sent off.
FL1: Monaghan 0-01 Roscommon 0-00
That man Conor McManus is on target.
FL4: Limerick 0-02 Leitrim 0-00
Dinny Neville doubles Limerick's advantage.
FL2: Cork 0-00 Meath 0-01
Bryan McMahon fires over the first score of the day.
FL3: Offaly 0-00 Tipperary 0-01
Conor Sweeney has Tipp off the mark early on.
FL4: Limerick 0-01 Leitrim 0-00
A free sails over the bar with the aid of the wind.
Wicklow change : Tommy Kelly in for Paul Cunningham.
Laois - James Kelly and Damien O'Connor in for Kieran Lillis and Eoin Lowry.
FL4: Wexford 0-06 London 0-07
PJ Banville and Brosnan reduce the gap to one point after the restart.
FL4: Wexford 0-04 London 0-07 HT
The exiles lead by three at half time, but Wexford have a strong wind in the second half..
FL4: Wexford 0-04 London 0-06
The sides exchange points, Brosnan with yet another free for Wexford.
FL4: Wexford 0-03 London 0-05
Kevin O'Grady is fouled and Brosnan taps over the resultant free.
FL4: Wexford 0-02 London 0-05
Conor Carty is replaced by Michael O'Regan on the Wexford team.
FL4: Wexford 0-02 London 0-04
Exiles using the wind well, as Brian Malone is black carded after 24 minutes.
FL4: Wexford 0-01 London 0-01
A free from the boot of Bewn Brosnan levels matters.
FL4: Wexford 0-00 London 0-01
Opening score of the game goes the way of the exiles.
Wexford are playing against the wind in the opening half..
Our first game of the day has thrown in as Wexford host London at Wexford Park.
Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda
All systems go in Drogheda.
It is certainly a case of all to play for in today's games and we will bring you not only minute by minute action, but team news and weather updates as well throughout the day.
Wins for Wexford and Westmeath today will see them promoted to the third division and it will be a major surprise if both don't pick up the two points against London and Wicklow respectively.
Offaly, Laois, Antrim and Longford all just have two points so the battle to avoid the drop is very much on.
Tipperary should see off the challenge of Offaly at O'Connor Park and maintain their push for Division Two football next year.
A win for the Wee County would almost guarantee them promotion, but Armagh have been in fine form of late.
Division Three leaders Louth face their toughest test yet when they take on Armagh at home this afternoon.
Cork, Derry and Fermanagh need to start picking up points if they are avoid relegation.
In Division Two, Kildare are still the pace setters and last night's win over Down edges them a step closer to promotion, but the chasing pack of Galway, Clare and Meath are hot on their heels.
Mayo will be favourites to move on to six points when they take on Cavan at MacHale Park.
A win for Monaghan over Roscommon will see them join Dublin, Donegal and Tyrone at the top of the table.
Division One is as close as it ever has been as three teams sit on seven points, with Kerry and Monaghan on five.
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The race is on
The race for promotion is really hotting up in all four divisions.