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Wednesday 7 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Division 2

This year
# Guess who's back
Dublin secure promotion back to Division 1 as Cluxton makes shock return
Dessie Farrell’s side overcame Louth to set up a league decider with Derry next weekend.
# Lillywhites
Kildare pick up third league win against Meath to strengthen Sam Maguire chances
The victory helps Kildare in their quest to avoid the Tailteann Cup competition.
# Division 2
Rock and Fenton goals help Dublin stroll past Limerick
Dublin were able to allow Limerick enjoy a better second half, eventually reducing the margin to nine points.
# Talking Points
Dublin and Derry favourites, Cork's next step and aim for new managers
The second tier action commences tomorrow.
Last year
# Rebel Relief
Late points see Cork survive in Division 2 as Offaly relegated in Tullamore drama
Cork will now play in the Sam Maguire Cup this year.
# Division 2
Meath haul themselves out of relegation trouble and leave Cork bottom
Andy McEntee’s side prevailed by eight points to pick up their first win of the league campaign.
# Report
Roscommon ease to victory in Navan to increase pressure on Andy McEntee
Another defeat for Meath at Páirc Tailteann this afternoon.
# even stevens
Clare come from behind to seal draw in Cork's backyard
Cork and Clare shared the spoils in Division 2 this evening.
# Division 2
Meath fail to score for opening 45 minutes as Galway soar to easy win
Andy McEntee’s side trailed 1-9 to no score at half-time.
All time
# Division 2
14-man Cork win by a point but Clare take promotion play-off spot as Tubridy hits 1-8
John O’Rourke hit the winner as Cork won the game by 0-22 to 1-18.
# into the west
Two goals from Carr as Mayo defeat Meath to top their group in Division 2
An eight-point victory for the home team in Castlebar.
# Munster Rivals
Clare and Cork chase Division 1 high life at pivotal moment of the season
The teams meet in a key Division 2 encounter in Ennis on Sunday.
# On the up
Meath clinch promotion play-off spot and Clare boost hopes of reaching Division 1
In Division 4, there were wins for Antrim and Louth.
# Division 2
Armagh celebrate going up and Laois produce stunning comeback on dramatic final league day
Jack O’Connor’s Kildare team are also safe after they defeated Westmeath.
# around the grounds
Rossies go top, Clare grab vital win while Longford and Down still in promotion race
It was a busy day of action in the Allianz football league.
# top of the table
13 point loss on opening night but Cavan footballers now flying high in Division 2 after latest win
A three-point win for Cavan over Fermanagh in tonight’s Ulster derby.
# 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.
# looking ahead
Football's most intriguing division already shaping up as dogfight to avoid Tier 2
The rise of Mike Quirke’s Laois has been the story of Division 2 so far.
# Decider
Murphy masterclass helps Donegal to Division 2 glory after comeback win over Meath
23,644 supporters watched Donegal enjoy a two-point victory over the Royals.
# moving on up
Westmeath secure promotion and book Division 3 final berth with late draw against Louth
Jack Cooney’s side scored four of the game’s final six points to complete the comeback.
# nfl div 2
Kildare hold off Tipp charge to stay in promotion hunt
The Lilywhites needed stoppage time points after two Premier goals in the final 10 minutes.
# turnaround
Donegal overturn five-point half-time deficit to beat Cork and boost promotion hopes
The Ulster side were seven-point winners at Páirc Uí Rinn.
# Watching On
Armagh boss slapped with four-week sideline ban in wake of match against Clare
McGeeney watched yesterday’s victory over Tipperary from the event control room in the Athletic Grounds.
# Treatment Table
Knee surgery sidelines 2016 All-Star as Tipperary's football injury problems continue to mount
Manager Liam Kearns is currently without nine players due to injury.
# Division 2
Missing a host of regulars, Donegal come away from Clare with victory
Declan Bonner’s side did just about enough to claim their first win of the league campaign.
# Tribesmen
Five players sin binned during Galway's come-from-behind win over Cavan
Last year’s Division 1 finalists got their league campaign off to the perfect start in Pearse Stadium.
# Division 2
Promotion hopefuls Kildare and Armagh finish level after entertaining clash
Jimmy Hyland kicked four points for Cian O’Neill’s side.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the Division 2 football title?
It’s shaping up to be an exciting division.
# full details
Birr and Kinnegad the venues for two exciting league semi-final double-headers
There’s a Division 1 and Division 2 clash on each billing on Sunday.
# Wrap
Down relegated to Division 3 despite win over Tipperary, while Meath survive
Meath enjoyed an eight-point win over Louth.
# Division 2
Big win for Meath moves them closer to safety as Clare finish on a high
Louth are already relegated, and one of Down or Meath will join them next week.
# Wrap
Roscommon hammer Louth while 14-man Clare enjoy win over Down
In Division 3, Armagh continued their winning run.
# down and out
Down claim second league victory of campaign with five-point win over 14-man Roscommon
Roscommon’s Ian Kilbride was sent off after just 15 minutes.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 2 football league title?
The battle is on to gain promotion from the second tier, and to avoid a Division 3 drop.
# take two
Cavan ready to overwrite last week's disappointment and end Westmeath 'hurt'
Captain Sinead Greene is hoping to lead her side to Division league 2 glory on second asking on Sunday.
# Wrap
Derry steal controversial win from Kildare, while Louth and Wexford maintain winning starts
We take you through all the action from the three lower tiers of the Allianz Football League.
# Division 2
Great day for Meath as they stay up while Laois are relegated
Laois will play in the third tier for the first time since 2002.
# Division 2
Galway and Cavan will face off next Sunday in battle to claim promotion to Division 1
It’ll be either Terry Hyland’s team or Kevin Walsh’s side that will join Tyrone in the top tier.
# connacht clash
Big victory for Mayo in relegation battle as they stop Roscommon's winning run
Mayo survived a late fight-back from Roscommon to secure two valuable league points.
# Division 2
Tyrone on brink of promotion, Derry and Laois share six goals as Galway peg Armagh back
There was plenty action in the second tier today.