We're into the business end of the Allianz National Football League with the line-ups decided for the semi-finals as well as the promotion play-offs.
Dublin beat Galway 2-16 to 1-15 in their Division One South game at Tuam Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Con O'Callaghan and Aaron Byrne with the goals for the Boys in Blue and the result means they advance to the semi-finals where they'll face Donegal.
There will be a toss to decide the venue of that game.
Elsewhere, Kerry beat Roscommon 2-15 to 1-12 at Dr. Hyde Park on Sunday.
David Clifford and Joe O'Connor both found the back of the net for the Kingdom.
They'll face Tyrone in the last four with that game taking place at a Kerry venue.
At the other end of the top tier, Galway will be away to Monaghan in a relegation play-off.
That's after they lost two games and won one while Monaghan lost once and drew twice so far in this campaign.
Armagh and Roscommon, who lost all three of their games, will make up the other pairing and there will be a toss to decide on the venue of that game.
Joe O'Connor buries the ball in the net to get a late GOAL for @Kerry_Official v @RoscommonGAA in Round 3 of the Allianz Football League! #GAANOW pic.twitter.com/vPeGO5b1M3
— The GAA (@officialgaa) May 30, 2021
In Division Two, Mayo will take on Clare in a semi-final in a fortnight while Meath and Kildare will contest the other last-four contest as they aim to make the decider and secure promotion.
There will be a toss to decide the venue of both of those games.
Down then will host Laois a relegation play-off in this league while Westmeath will play Cork with the Rebels having home advantage.
There will have to be a toss to decide the venue for both semi-finals in Division Three.
Derry will take on Limerick while Fermanagh will be up against Offaly.
Then the relegation play-offs in this league will see Ulster champions Cavan up against Wicklow as they try and avoid the drop while Tipperary, who won the Munster Championship just six months ago, will play Longford.
Venues have not yet been decided for these two games.
Then the semi-final line-up for Division Four is Antrim against Waterford, with the game in Waterford while Louth will be away to Carlow.