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Bord Gáis Energy National Football League – Round 5 Sunday 11th March - Preview


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Division 1.

The league table gives you a good idea of how things have been working out. The Rebels are leading the way, as one might have predicted, Monaghan, Laois, and Dublin hot on their heels. In terms of looking towards the semi finals – a crunch match this weekend is Tyrone and Monaghan – a win for Tyrone could put them in with a fighting chance for a semi final place and really knock Monaghan down a peg or two if they were to drop another 3 poiunts. Sportsfile will be issuing photos from this match.

Bord Gáis Energy NFL Division 1 as it stands

PLD WON LOST DRAWN FOR AGAINST POINTS
DIFF
PTS
Cork 4 4 0 0 69 48 21 12
Laois 4 3 1 0 71 40 31 9
Dublin 4 3 1 0 63 33 30 9
Monaghan 4 3 1 0 70 45 25 9
Meath 4 1 3 0 44 48 -4 3
Tyrone 4 1 3 0 54 64 -10 3
Donegal 4 1 3 0 47 90 -43 3
Kildare 4 0 4 0 49 99 -50 0

Donegal v Dublin, Convoy, 2.30PM (T McSorley)

Cork v Laois, Fermoy, 2PM (S Joy)

Meath v Kildare, Ashbourne, 2PM (P Kehoe)

Tyrone v Monaghan, Healy Park, Omagh, 2pm (T McShea)

 

Division 2

While Mayo are leading the way there have been some interesting results in Division 2. Last week Kerry dropped three point to Galway which makes for an interesting top of the table. Kerry now take on Waterford who would be delighted with a win as it would take them closer to knock out stages. Noelle Coymn’s Clare are holding their own mid table so guidance from the ex county player seems to be paying off.

Bord Gáis Energy NFL Division 2 as it stands

PLD WON LOST DRAWN FOR AGAINST POINTS
DIFF
PTS
Mayo 4 4 0 0 80 51 29 12
Galway 4 3 1 0 69 72 -3 9
Kerry 4 3 1 0 97 50 47 9
Clare 4 2 2 0 72 68 4 6
Cavan 4 2 2 0 39 63 -24 6
Waterford 4 1 3 0 56 69 -13 3
Tipperary 4 1 3 0 59 75 -16 3
Fermanagh 4 0 4 0 59 83 -24 0

Fermanagh v Mayo, Kinawley, 2PM (M Farrelly)

Kerry v Waterford, Castleisland Desmonds, 2pm (K Delahunty)

Galway v Cavan, Milltown, 2PM, (S Regan)

Tipperary v Clare, Bansha, 2PM (M Doherty)

 

Division 3

All eyes were on Westmeath in Division 3 to see if they could continue the success of what was a fabulous 2011. Alan Mangan seems to be still working his magic as they are currently in 2nd place in the league. Although they were beaten by Leitrim last weekend they will be shaking that off in order to take on table toppers Armagh.

Bord Gáis Energy NFL Division 3 as it stands

PLD WON LOST DRAWN FOR AGAINST POINTS
DIFF
PTS
Armagh 4 4 0 0 91 50 41 12
Westmeath 4 3 1 0 93 45 48 9
Leitrim 4 3 1 0 74 49 25 9
Down 4 3 1 0 56 60 -4 9
Sligo 4 2 2 0 74 93 -19 6
Wicklow 4 1 3 0 60 85 -25 3
Wexford 4 0 4 0 52 75 -23 0
Roscommon 4 0 4 0 52 95 -43 0

Wexford v Roscommon, Oylgate, 2pm (S Duane)

Down v Sligo, Saval, 2PM (G Treanor)

Westmeath v Armagh, Cusack Park, 2PM (G Carmody)

Leitrim v Wicklow, Ballinamore, 2pm (M Henry)

 

Division 4

Two ex County players Diane O’Hora (Mayo) and Ann Eadger (Kerry) are managing the top two teams in Division 4. Ann will be taking charge of Limerick this weekend and they play host to the Carlow Ladies. A win for her would leave them breathing down the neck of Longford who are currently in pole position.

Bord Gáis Energy NFL Division 4

PLD WON LOST DRAWN FOR AGAINST POINTS
DIFF
PTS
Longford 4 3 0 1 66 42 24 10
Limerick 3 2 1 0 33 37 -4 6
Offaly 3 1 2 0 49 44 5 3
Louth 3 1 2 0 40 37 3 3
Carlow 2 1 1 0 24 39 -15 3
Antrim 3 0 2 1 47 60 -13 1

Antrim v Louth, TBC, 2PM (G McCrystal)

Limerick v Carlow Kildimo, 1 PM (S Mulvihill)

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