TESCO HomeGrown NFL Round 4 Fixtures


After a weeks break the TESCO HomeGrown National Football Leagues return to action this weekend with some intriguing fixtures down for decision.


In Division 1 Monaghan will hope to keep up their 100% record when they face Donegal who have collected just one win from their matches to date. Tyrone will be determined to lift themselves off the bottom of the table with the visit of fellow strugglers, Meath. Laois had made an extremely confident start to the league but were rocked by Dublin in the last round, this weekend they welcome table-toppers Mayo who are high on confidence and boast the meanest defense in the league. The final Division 1 clash is the meeting of Cork and Dublin. Cork have gotten their campaign back on track after opening round defeat to Monaghan with with wins over Tyrone and Meath, Dublin have welcomed back some of their big names over the past few weeks which was a major factor in their closely fought victory over Laois last time out.


The highlight of this weekend’s Division 2 fixtures is the meeting of table toppers, Westmeath and Kerry. Both teams have claimed wins in all of their games to date and they will both be determined to put some distance between themselves and their rivals at the top of the table. Kildare will be eager to take full advantage of Fermanagh’s porous defence as they continue to battle at the top of the table. Galway are currently second in the table and this weekend they host Clare who are currently second last in the table after a winless start to their campaign. Cavan and Waterford will both be determined to kick start the season as they both aim to win their first points of the season.


Leitrim are the pace setters in Division 3 as they have won all three of their matches to date including their stunning comeback victory over Tipperary in Round 2. This weekend they face Connacht neighbours Sligo in Ballinamore.  Longford travel to Down who are one point ahead in the league in what has the potential to be the tie of the round. Armagh will look to make home advantage count as they host Wexfrod who are still searching for their first points. Tipperary will be hoping for a morale boosting win after their heartbreaking defeat to Leitrim last time our when they host struggling Wicklow on Sunday.



Louth and Antrim meet in Division 4 with both teams needing a victory to close the gap to leaders, Offaly who travel to face a Carlow team that have struggled to date. Roscommon and Derry will meet in the final game in the division in a match which the Connacht team will expect to have the advantage over a Derry side that have struggled this season.



Division 1

Monaghan v Donegal, 2.00pm, (E O’Hare)

Tyrone v Meath, 2.00pm, (T McShea)

Laois v Mayo, 2.00pm, (P Kehoe)

Cork v Dublin, Fermoy, 12.30pm (K Delahunty) 


Division 2

Kildare v Fermanagh, 2.00pm (J Murray)

Cavan v Waterford, 2.00pm, (C McManus)

Galway v Clare, 2.00pm, (G Carmody)

Westmeath v Kerry, Cusack Park, Mullingar, 2.00pm, (Y Duffy)


Division 3

Leitrim v Sligo, Ballinamore, 2.00pm, (PJ Rabbitte)

Down v Longford, 2.00pm, (K McKeever)

Armagh v Wexford, Crossmaglen, 2.00pm, (G Corrigan)

Tipperary v Wicklow, 2.00pm, (MJ O’Keeffe)


Division 4

Louth v Antrim, 2.00pm, (C Dourneen)

Carlow v Offaly, 2.00pm, (N McCormack)

Roscommon v Derry, 2.00pm, (M Kenny)


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