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Sunday 2 April 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Allianz Leagues

Last week
26th March 2023 - 1st April 2023
# fixture update
Mayo-Galway and Dublin-Derry double header fixed for Sunday at Croke Park
GAA confirm fixture details for Allianz league finals.
Last month
March 2023
# through the gears
Anthony Nash: League semi-finals can jump-start hurling's year
We could do with two high-octane contests this weekend after a sluggish winter.
This year
# Off the Mark
Second-half surges key as counties earn first league wins to ease relegation fears
Round 3 of the Allianz Football leagues concluded at the weekend.
# Allianz Leagues
Kerry's young guns, depleted Galway, and Meath barometer: Football League talking points
Ahead of the third round of games in the Allianz Football League, we ponder the main talking points.
# The Infirmary
Setback - The stars hit with injury in early stages of the GAA leagues
Galway, Cork and Tipperary are among the sides who have been rocked by significant injuries.
Last year
# Allianz Leagues
Connacht giants clash: Five unmissable matches to kick off the 2023 Allianz Leagues
With the Allianz Leagues around the corner, we look at five intriguing inter-county match-ups on the opening weekends.
# Allianz Leagues
Jack O'Connor makes three changes for Kerry's trip to Armagh
Tadhg Morley has been named captain as David Clifford is not included in the squad.
# Not over yet
Dublin's five-game losing streak comes to an end as they ease to victory over Tyrone
Victory gives the Dubs a chance of survival in Division 1.
# Up and Running
Keoghan double helps Kilkenny hold off strong Antrim challenge
Two goals from Tullaroan’s Martin Keoghan helped Kilkenny overcome Antrim in Nowlan Park.
All time
# Burkulean
Burke hits 0-18 as Dublin dominate Laois for first league win
Mattie Kenny’s side were in control for most of the game.
# trip 2 tipp
Dublin and Kerry footballers to meet again in Thurles as fixtures released for National Leagues
The All-Ireland champions and The Kingdom will reunite at Semple Stadium 20 years on from a famous clash.
# Have your say
Open Thread: How should the GAA run the rest of the season when coronavirus ban is lifted?
All GAA activity has been suspended until 29 March.
# Flying
Limerick progress to league semi-finals after win over Waterford
Cian Lynch the star man as last year’s league winners nail four-point win.
# Coronavirus
GAA and Uefa to follow government orders amid Coronavirus crisis
Shutdown on GAA activities or directives to play sporting matches behind closed doors could on the cards if crisis worsens.
# Cats
Mullen returns as Cody names Kilkenny team to take on Clare
The Leinster side have made three changes ahead of Sunday’s game at Nowlan Park.
# Division 2
Roscommon too strong for Clare at the Hyde despite early red card
The hosts saw Niall Daly dismissed for a second yellow card after just 23 minutes.
# On the up
Bennett hits 2-8 and Fagan nets to power Waterford to victory over Westmeath
The visitors went into half time with a 3-10 to 0-6 lead.
Tipperary v Limerick, Allianz Hurling League Division 1, Group A
Join us for live updates as The Premier host The Treaty in Thurles, with throw-in at 5:15pm.
# into the fold
Sheehy names three league debutants in Tipp team to face Limerick
Two U20 All-Ireland winners from last year, Paddy Cadell and Bryan O’Mara, get the nod, as does 2018 U21 All-Ireland winner Mark Kehoe.
# Division 1
Joyce makes five changes to Galway team for league opener with Monaghan
Throw-in at Pearse Stadium is at 2:30pm.
# Croker Dreams
Mayo seeking to end an extraordinary losing sequence at Croke Park
James Horan’s men take on Kerry looking for a first league title since 2001.
# Royals' Rise
'It wasn't that popular playing for Meath' - Royals legend on their turnaround in fortunes
Mattie Kerrigan thinks the county is starting to reap the rewards of its underage set-up, ahead of tomorrow’s Division Two final.
# Coach Graham
Former Dundalk fitness coach making his mark with promotion-chasing Louth
Wee County star Andy McDonnell has singled out the Dubliner for praise.
# lovely leitrim
'He'd move hell or high water to get to this one' - the Derry family links for Leitrim player
Shane Quinn plays for Leitrim in the Division 4 final on Saturday.
# Laois Rising
'There seems to be great energy towards Carlow - we’re trying to build our own little bit'
The O’Moore men are aiming for back-to-back National League promotions.
# Drastic Dubs
Dublin hurlers make six changes for quarter-final clash with Tipp
Chris Crummy and Alan Nolan are among those to be included
# Red Hands
Harte names Tyrone team for tomorrow's Croke Park clash with Dublin
The Red Hands are aiming to make it three league wins in a row
# Team news
Same again for Kilkenny and Tipperary but one change to Cork side
The three counties have announced their starting line-ups for Sunday’s Division 1A action.
# A Call For Change
GAA President proposes moving All-Ireland club finals to January
The Dublin man’s suggestion would take the deciders out of their traditional slot on St Patrick’s Day.
# Allianz Leagues
Westmeath win with late drama against Maughan's Offaly as Derry nudge past Antrim
Elsewhere, Carlow made themselves at home in Division Three as Leitrim battered Wexford.
# On the box
Clash between All-Ireland champions Limerick and Tipperary to kick-start RTÉ's league coverage
The national broadcaster has announced details for three live games during the 2019 Allianz Leagues.
# Round-Up
Cavan, Armagh and Carlow remain top as Offaly and Limerick record first league wins
Cavan, Armagh and Carlow remain on course for promotion after wins on Saturday evening.
# saturday night football
Tipp back on track with victory over Meath at Semple Stadium
Conor Sweeney and Michael Quinlivan did the most damage for the hosts as they recorded an eight-point win.
# Nervy Finish
14-man Monaghan survive strong Kerry fightback to claim back-to-back wins
The Farney men lost Barry Kerry to a sending off in the second half.
# silky skills
Off The Mark! TJ Reid hits 1-11 as Kilkenny score first league victory of 2018
Brian Cody’s side came away from Walsh Park with eight points to spare in the end.
# Sick Skills
Watch: Seven of the best scores from this weekend's GAA leagues
Ryan McHugh, Eoghan O’Gara and Austin Gleeson all feature throughout.
# eir close calls
Live: Johnny Doyle previews the GAA league openers this weekend
The former Kildare captain joins Gavan Casey and Kevin O’Brien to look at the big talking points as the league gets underway.
# Jimmy's Winning Matches
Dublin aim to win fifth consecutive league title and get closer to Mayo's 80-year-old record
Jim Gavin hasn’t lost a league since he took over as Dublin manager.
# Saturday Night Fever
Tipperary earn priceless win to boost promotion hopes at the expense of Laois
Conor Sweeney starred for the visitors as they bounced back from defeat to Sligo last time out.
# cogs in the wheel
Movers and shakers - familiar faces joining county football backroom teams
We’ve seen this lot make their mark in the past but can they do it again?