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Kilkenny and Tipperary will meet in the NHL Division One final after contrasting victories on Sunday.

In a busy day in Division One, The Cats destroyed Cork with four goals and a 27-point win at Nowlan Park, but there was just two in it in Galway, where the hosts were beaten by Tipp who came from behind to seal a top two spot.

However, it was a bad day for Clare who were relegated after Stephen Hiney's late point earned Dublin a 0-15 to 0-15 draw at Parnell Park. Limerick and Waterford are both safe thanks to that result, though the former ensured survival anyway with a four-point win over the Deise.

In Division Two, Wexford had a healthy win over Offaly in what was a real promotion battle, while Antrim remain in contention after they beat Laois. Kerry are all but relegated, however, after they went down by a point at home to Westmeath. Down are not one hundred percent safe after they lost to Carlow.

Top two London and Roscommon won in Division 3B but Fingal lost to Donegal, leaving their chances in the balance.

Allianz NHL Division One
Dublin     0-15     Clare     0-15
Galway     1-15     Tipperary     1-17
Kilkenny     4-26     Cork     0-11
Limerick     2-14     Waterford     1-13

Allianz NHL Division Two
Carlow     3-18     Down     2-11
Kerry     2-11     Westmeath     0-18
Laois     0-18     Antrim     2-18
Wexford     5-14     Offaly     0-17

Allianz NHL Division 3B
Donegal     2-22     Fingal     4-14
Longford     1-5     London     7-25
Roscommon     1-16     Louth     2-8