Some images from Sunday's GAA football action
Kerry got back on track in the National Football League after a six point win over Roscommon at Dr. Hyde Park.
Paul Geaney and James O’Donoghue stared for the kingdom racking up 1-10 between them.
Kerry’s Darran O’Sullivan celebrates with Kevin McCarthy after their sides first goal.
Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie
John McManus was sent off for the home side but the result was beyond doubt when the incident occurred.
Roscommon’s Donie Smith and Shane Enright of Kerry. Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie
Clare arguably provided the upset of the weekend with a 2-11 to 0-9 victory over Cork at Cusack Park.
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Cork built up an early three point lead but that's as good as it got as a Cian O'Dea goal brought the scores level and Clare never looked back from there.
Jamie Malone scored a goal late on to seal a famous win and give Clare their second league win of the season.
Down recored back-to-back wins with a 1-15 to 1-07 victory over Derry at Owenbeg.
Down's Caolan Mooney and Conor Nevin of Derry. Image: ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty
At one stage, Down led by 1-10 to 00 before Derry got the scoreboard ticking over.
Down's Conor Maginn and Michael McEvoy of Derry. Image: ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty
A goal from Emmett McGuckin just before the break kept Derry in the game in theory but they rarely threatened to catch Down as the match progressed.
Armagh hammered Offaly 6-22 to 0-10 at the Athletic Grounds.
Armagh's Stephen Sheridan with David Hanlon of Offaly. Image: ©INPHO/Presseye/Matt Mackey
Niall Rowland, Stefan Campbell, Aidan Grimley, Andrew Murnin, Rory Grugan and Anthony Duffy each found the back of the net as Armach recorded a 30 point win.
Armagh's Stephen Sheridan with Eoin Carroll of Offaly. Image: ©INPHO/Presseye/Matt Mackey
Sunday's results are as follows:
Roscommon 1-13 1-19 Kerry
Kildare 4-14 0-14 Fermanagh
Clare 2-11 0-09 Cork
Meath 1-13 0-15 Galway
Derry 1-07 1-15 Down
Armagh 6-22 0-10 Offaly
Louth 2-10 1-11 Antrim
Sligo 0-18 2-10 Laois
Leirtrim 2-14 2-12 Carlow
Waterford 2-11 3-13 Westmeath
Wicklow 0-13 1-13 Wexford