Gaelic Athletic Association
- Gaelic football
- All-Ireland Senior Football Championship – Armagh 1-12 died Kerry 0-14
- National Football League – Tyrone 0-15 died Cavan 0-7
- Ladies' Gaelic football
- All-Ireland Senior Football Champion: Mayo
- National Football League: Waterford
- All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship – Kilkenny 2-20 died Clare 0-19
- National Hurling League –
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