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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Division 3

Last month
February 2023
# Wrap
Cavan and Offaly continue winning ways; McEntee's Sligo overcome McConville's Wicklow
In Division 4, Leitrim and Laois lead the way with two wins from two.
This year
# around the grounds
Strong Cavan start with win over Westmeath, Leitrim and Laois both flying high
Elsewhere in Division 3, Offaly defeated Antrim today.
Last year
# Wrap
Louth and Cavan continue march for promotion in Division 3 and 4
We run through all the action in the bottom two tiers of the Allianz Football League.
# Wrap
Westmeath impress in win against Laois while Murphy drives Sligo to the top of Division 4
There was also great results for London, Leitrim and Sligo on a busy day of Gaelic football.
All time
# for the fans
2,400 fans to be permitted into Croke Park for Division 3 football final
The league decider between Derry and Offaly has been announced as a pilot fixture for return of spectators.
# Gaelic Football
Limerick footballers book Division 3 promotion play-off spot while Carlow finish top in Division 4
Limerick defeated Wicklow 2-19 to 1-11 today.
McGuigan stars with 0-8 as Derry clinch top spot and Cavan face fight to avoid drop
Fermanagh drew with Longford to clinch the other promotion play-off spot from Division 3 North.
# Division 3
In-form Offaly in hunt for promotion as Munster champions Tipperary face relegation battle
It finished 1-17 to 1-12 in favour of Offaly in Tullamore.
# Wrap
Tipperary footballers retain Division 3 status while Leitrim suffer drop
There was plenty to play for in the final round of league games this weekend.
# Covid Championship
'You'd be forgiven for thinking we all want to pack it in but I don't, I want to fight it out'
Inter-county GAA returned with the Cork and Louth managers grappling with a new reality yesterday.
# 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.
# Cool Hand Luke
Two goals from Connolly help league leaders Cork recover to defeat Tipperary
A 3-13 to 0-21 victory for the Rebels in Thurles this evening.
# Rained Off
GAA re-fix football league games for next weekend after Storm Ciara caused postponements
The weather has also caused havoc on the Ulster schools GAA scene.
# Rebels Rejoice
Cork finish with 13 men but stay top of Division 3 after success over Down
A crowd 1,658 in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for today’s clash.
# Blow
Offaly forward Farrell to miss lengthy spell with nasty foot injury suffered after Sigerson final
The Faithful drew with Longford today.
# Off the Mark
Down edge all-Ulster Division 3 clash with Derry
It was an arm-wrestle in Newry, but the home side shaded it by two points.
# Wrap
Longford edge out Louth while Antrim begin with six-point win over Galvin's Wexford
There was plenty of first-round action in Division 3 and Division 4 of the Allianz Football league.
# Off the bench
Scoring subs prove key to help Cork defeat Offaly in football league opener
Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted tonight’s game.
# Winner winner
Meath make up for 2018 heartbreak with league final win as Fermanagh crowned champions elsewhere
The Royals landed the Division 3 title in Clones, title while Eimear Smyth was Fermanagh’s hero in the Division 4 final.
# Wrap
Laois seal second successive promotion while late winner sees Offaly survive and Carlow relegated
Down are staying put in Division 3 for next season..
# Moving On
'I felt isolated and unwelcome' - Offaly forward on departure from county squad
Nigel Dunne will not be involved with the Faithful this year.
# Wrap
Carlow, Down and Laois pick up important wins in Division 3
Louth, Offaly and Longford all fell to defeats tonight in the third tier.
# Wrap
Five-star Louth move to top of Division 3 table, while Offaly enjoy vital win against Carlow
Waterford also scored five goals in their Division 4 win against Wexford.
# busy day
Late drama all round as Down secure smash-and-grab win while Longford and Offaly share the spoils
Elsewhere, there were wins for Derry, Limerick, Wexford and Leitrim.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the Division 3 football title?
The third tier has the look of a mini Leinster competition.
# Orchard Delight
Murnin goal the crucial score as Armagh augment promotion with silverware at HQ
Kieran McGeeney’s side got the better of Fermanagh in the Division 3 final this afternoon.
# Trap door
Derry relegated to Division 4 just four years after reaching Division 1 final
Fermanagh secured promotion to Division 2, while Offaly and Sligo survived in Division 3.
# Wrap
Westmeath move up to second place in Division 3, while Laois survive stern London test
Laois joined neighbours Carlow on top of Division 4.
# Wrap
Roscommon hammer Louth while 14-man Clare enjoy win over Down
In Division 3, Armagh continued their winning run.
# Wrap
Ethan Rafferty bags 1-4 as Armagh continue perfect start to the season
Westmeath also picked up a win in Division 3 today.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 3 football league title?
Six of the eight Division 3 teams are under new management in 2018.
# 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.
# Wrap
Longford anger as their one-point defeat to Louth was blown up a minute early
We take you through all the games in Division 3 and 4.
# Division 3
Feehan sent off and Austin stretchered off as Tipperary fall to Sligo
Kyle Cawley and Niall Murphy found the net for the Connacht side in their win.
# Wrap
Armagh let six-point lead slip at Sligo while Westmeath slump to draw with Carlow
Elsewhere there were wins for Longford, Waterford, Wexford and Leitrim as the league returned today.
# Division 3
Quinlivan and Austin goals key as Tipperary turn the screw on Antrim in the second-half
Liam Kearns’s men trailed by four points after a poor opening 35 minutes.
# no pressure
Delahunty nails free with last kick of the game to hand Waterford Division 3 title
The Déise earned a one-point win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium.
# raising the banner
Cleary's injury-time free snatches Division 3 title for Clare
The Banner and Cian O’Neill’s Kildare side played out a thrilling final at Croke Park.
Kildare's winning run continues as Tipperary and Clare stay in the promotion hunt
Elsewhere Leitrim shocked Louth in Division 4.
# Division 3
Kildare continue winning ways as Tipperary are held by Westmeath
Cian O’Neill’s side ran out seven point winners in Longford for their third straight win.