There was action in all four divisions
Donegal and Dublin couldn't be separated in their Allianz Football League clash in Ballybofey.
Michael Murphy got the equalising point for Donegal on 72 minutes to secure a 2-5 to 1-8 result against the reigning league and All Ireland champions.
Two goals in quick succession from Jason McGee and Ryan McHugh just before half time had Donegal in a strong position, while Niall Scully got the Dublin goal in the second period.
Meanwhile, there were also three goals at Fitzgerald Stadium as Kerry and Monaghan clashed.
It was the Ulster county that narrowly came out on top by a 2-8 to 1-10 scoreline.
Jack McCarron got the first of Monaghan's two goals in the first half, after Kerry had found the net through David Moran.
Red card for Bryan Sheehan pic.twitter.com/25WJMdTJLE— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) February 26, 2017
Gavin Doogan got the second Monaghan goal with Conor McManus involved in the creation of both of his side's goals.
With the game between Tyrone and Cavan postponed, Monaghan go top of Division One with five points, one clear of Mayo. Dublin are third in the table.
A view of Healy Park after the match was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch ©INPHO/Presseye/Declan Roughan
In Division Two, Cork beat Fermanagh 1-14 to 0-9 to register their first victory of the campaign, while Derry edged Kildare 1-18 to 1-17. The third game in the second tier this Sunday saw Galway decisively defeat Clare 3-13 to 1-11 at Pearse Stadium.
In Division Three, Sligo lost narrowly to Antrim by a 0-11 to 1-7 margin. Armagh edged past Longford 3-11 to 3-9 and it finished Offaly 0-14 Louth 2-13 at O'Connor Park.
In Division Four, Leitrim slipped to a 2-18 to 1-9 loss in Westmeath, while Wicklow beat London 0-17 to 2-4. The third match in the fourth tier saw Wexford beat Watford 1-9 to 0-10.