In the Peter McNulty Under-21 Competition Carlow lost out to Galway despite trailing by just a point for the lions share of the first half. It finished Carlow 0-12. 2-19 Galway.
Arsenal are back into the Premier League’s top four.
They comfortably won 4-nil at Swansea – who are now bottom of the table.
Arsenal: Olivier Giroud (38 mins), Jack Cork OG (56 mins), Kyle Naughton OG (67 mins), Alexis Sanchez (73 mins).
Elsewhere it finished, Hull 3 Bournemouth 1 at the KCOM Stadium.
Hull: Abel Hernandez (31, 49 mins), Tyrone Mings OG (62 mins)
Bournemouth: Junior Stanislas (3 mins, pen)
Watford 0 Middlesbrough 0 at Vicarage Road.
West Ham 3 Crystal Palace 0 at London Stadium.
West Ham: Sofiane Feghouli (67 mins), Andy Carroll (79 mins), Manuel Lanzini (86 mins)
Burnley 1 Southampton 0 at Turf Moor.
Burnley: Joey Barton (77 mins)
And it finished Sunderland 1 Stoke 3 at the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland: Jermain Defoe (41 mins)
Stoke: Marko Arnautovic (15, 22 mins), Peter Crouch (34 mins)
Earlier, Tottenham moved up to second place in the table.
Harry Kane scored a hat-trick in a 4-nil thrashing of West Brom, to make it six top flight victories in a row.
Christian Eriksen was also on target at White Hart Lane.
In The Championship Daryl Horgan impressed in his first start for Preston against leaders Brighton.
The former Dundalk winger provided the assist for the second goal in their 2-0 win at Deepdale.
Meanwhile, it’s now seven Championship defeats in a row for Bristol City.
They twice took the lead against Cardiff – but lost 3-2 at home.
It was disappointment for Kilkenny in the LEINSTER LEAGUE DIVISION 1A
They lost out to the hosts Gorey by 20 points to 3.
Elsewhere Connacht kept their hopes of reaching the last eight of the Champions Cup alive.
They recovered from a shaky start to secure a bonus point 66-21 win over Zebre at the Sportsground.
Matt Healy, Tiernan O’Halloran and Kieran Marmion scored two tries each for Connacht while John Cooney, Finlay Bealham, Craig Ronaldson and Caolin Blade also went over.
Cooney also kicked eight conversions for Connacht who are top of Pool 2.
Johan Meyer, Federico Ruzza and Mattia Bellini with the Zebre tries.
Willie Mullins was denied a fifth successive victory in this Grade 2 Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle at Punchestown.
Ted Walsh’s 6/1 2nd-favourite Any Second Now won the feature race.
The Mullins trained odds-on favourite Crack Mome, with Ruby Walsh on board, was second.
Rory McIlroy is three shots off the pace after day three of the South African Open.
The world number two is on 14 under par after 67.
Leader Graeme Storm is 17 under par.
Heartbreak for Castleknock’s James McGee at the Australian Open.
He narrowly missed out on a spot in the main draw after losing 7-6 3-6 6-3 to Blake Mott in the final qualifying round in Melbourne.