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# Allianz League

Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# Leinster Big Three
Dublin, Meath and Kildare in second tier spotlight as league nears finale
It will be interesting to see if the counties can find a much-needed spark in the closing rounds of the Allianz Leagues.
Last month
February 2023
# Allianz League
Mayo shine, Tyrone struggle, Cork click: Football League talking points
We review the main talking points following the fourth round of the Allianz Football League.
# Boost
Stirring second-half display sees Galway beat Tyrone
Pádraic Joyce’s men really came good in the final quarter when they surged seven points clear.
This year
# down the divisions
Down see off Tipp, last gasp goal earns London draw, Carlow and Wicklow share spoils
Down opened their Allianz Football League campaign with a victory on Saturday night, while there were two draws in Division 4.
Last year
# The42 GAA Weekly
'You had fellas saying he is past it. Do three months make that much of a difference?'
Anthony Nash reckons Patrick Horgan delivered a timely reminder of what he can do for Cork last weekend.
# easy victory
Stephen Bennett bags 1-16 as Waterford storm past Tipperary
It was a comfortable home win six weeks out from their Munster championship meeting.
All time
# Deise
Cahill makes 9 changes to his Waterford team for Limerick clash
There’s a league debut for goalkeeper Shaun O’Brien, while Tom Barron and MJ Sutton make their first starts of the campaign.
# Return
Bubbles is back as Tipp make 5 changes while Skehill starts in goal for Galway
The forward hasn’t played since picking up an injury against Cork in early February.
# Banner
Kelly hits 12 points against Dublin as Clare reach league semi-finals for first time in four years
The Banner outscored their visitors by 0-15 to 0-6 in the final 30 minutes.
# Seeing Red
Three red cards shown as Tipperary too strong for Waterford in Thurles
The Déise finished with just 12 men at Semple Stadium.
# Rebels
O'Rourke hits brace as Cork just hold off Derry in six-goal Páirc Uí Chaoimh clash
A point from their final two games will now be enough for the Leesiders to rubber-stamp promotion.
# Ugly scenes
Watch: Tyrone and Dublin camps clash in tunnel at half-time in Healy Park
Television cameras caught an altercation in the tunnel as the teams left the pitch at the break.
# Banner
Kelly stars for 14-man Clare as Lohan gets the better of former teammate Fitzgerald
John Conlon was shown a straight red-card for a blow on Kevin Foley in the first half.
# Changes
A new midfield and no Tommy Walsh as Kerry name team for visit of Galway
Peter Keane has named his side for Saturday’s Division 1 clash in Tralee.
# Shuffle
Nine changes to All-Ireland final XV as Kilkenny welcome Dubs to Nowlan Park
Brian Cody is without his Ballyhale contingent following last weekend’s All-Ireland club heroics.
# Man Down
Galway hit with another injury blow as captain Comer set to miss league
The Annaghdown forward is expected to undergo surgery for an ankle injury.
# starting XV
Kerry boss Fitzmaurice makes wholesale changes for final league outing
The Kingdom conclude their league campaign with a trip to Tyrone on Sunday.
# Allianz League
Lee Chin named on the bench as Davy Fitz reveals his hand for Galway clash
A place in the league semi-finals is on the line on Saturday.
# Team news
Dublin and Tipp make two changes apiece for Sunday's quarter-final showdown
The two sides meet at Croke Park this weekend.
# Job Done
Experimental Galway book league quarter-final place with victory over Offaly
The All-Ireland senior hurling champions were 2-19 to 0-14 winners at Pearse Stadium.
GAA match tracker - Clare v Cork, Waterford v Kilkenny, Galway v Offaly, Monaghan v Kerry
We’re keeping a close eye on the day’s Division 1 hurling and football action in the Allianz Leagues.
# Late Drama
Last-gasp Galway snatch victory in Donegal to make it two from two
Sean Armstrong was the match-winner for Kevin Walsh’s men.
# Allianz League
11 All-Ireland finalists in Mayo side to kick-start 2018 campaign in Monaghan
Aidan O’Shea captains the team from centre forward.
# Cusack clash
Tony Kelly and Shane O'Donnell in harness for Clare's league opener against Tipp
The Premier County meet the Banner on Sunday.
# Tribesmen
Chasing first win at Croke Park and aiming to end Galway's wretched recent record at GAA HQ
Shane Walsh will be hoping that this Sunday’s final can the county’s first senior football win in Croke Park since 2001.
# Headache
Donnelly left out of Tyrone squad to face Dublin after second concussion in seven months
Goalkeeper Niall Morgan returns to the starting lineup.
# Talking Points
The big story for every Division 1 team as the Allianz football league gets underway
Competitive football is back and we check in with each county in the top-flight to assess their prospects for the coming year.
# On the box
Check out the 49 GAA games that TG4 will show between now and the championship
Start planning some time on the couch.
# Spring Action
Cork Kilkenny Valentine's Day date - here's the planned 2015 hurling league fixtures
The clash of the Cats and the Rebels is the big opening game.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win today's football league finals in Croke Park?
There’s silverware up for grabs but who will lay their hands on it?
# Farney And Breffni
Here's the Monaghan and Cavan teams for this weekend's football league finals
There are no members of last week’s Cavan side that contested the All-Ireland U21 semi-final in the side.
# schedule
Here's the 29 key GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week
The dates, times and venues are in for this week’s games.
# Banner
Davy makes 7 changes to Clare team to face Laois in hurling quarter-final
Clare travel to O’Moore Park in Portlaoise this afternoon.
# success
Meath claim three-point victory against Down
The Royal County showed composure under pressure in the dying stages, with Reilly, Stephen Bray and Shane O’Rourke grabbing points late on to ensure their win.
Explainer: What's at stake for teams with two rounds left in the Allianz football league?
Check out where your county stands before this weekend’s action.
# new faces
Lyne and O'Leary drafted in to Kerry football team to face Westmeath
The Kingdom are on the road to Mullingar this weekend.
# Out of Action
Cadogan and Walsh set to miss Cork hurlers quarter-final against Tipp
Football commitments will prevent the duo featuring for Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s side.
# schedule
Here's the venues for next Sunday's Allianz hurling league quarter-finals
Laois, Wexford, Limerick and Tipperary will all have home advantage next Sunday.
Limerick come from behind to beat Laois but miss out on promotion
Shane Dowling hit a crucial goal as Limerick came from behind to triumph.
# On the up
Cork hurlers seal promotion as Horgan and Lehane bag goals in win over Wexford
FIrst-half goals by Patrick Horgan and Conor Lehane set Cork on their way today.