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Allianz Football League: latest scores and incidents from 10 games

There’s a full calendar of fixtures taking place across the country today.

Westmeath's Paul Bannon and Jim McEneaney of Louth.
Westmeath's Paul Bannon and Jim McEneaney of Louth.
Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie

LOUTH ARE LEADING Westmeath 2-4 to 0-7 at half-time in their Division 2 encounter. Adrian Reid and Colm Judge scored the goals for the Wee County in Mullingar.

There was some early controversy in the clash as Westmeath’s Dorian Harte was flashed a red card by referee Gary McCormack.

Wexford and Longford was a 2:30pm throw-in and the visitors to Wexford Park are leading 1-1 to 0-0.

Robbie Smyth rocked in the early goal for Longford.

Division 3

*Remaining scores are all half-times

There’s a classic shaping up at Dr Hyde Park as Roscommon lead Sligo 1-8 to 1-4 at half-time. Donie Smith scorec the Rossies’ goal while Adrian Marren found the net for Sligo.

Cavan have opened up a narrow lead over Antrim at the break. Mark McKeever scored a well-taken goal and his Cavan side lead 1-5 to 0-7.

In Clones, Meath are trailing 1-2 to 0-7 against Monaghan. The high point for the Royal County in the first half was a goal from Jamie Queeney.

Fermanagh are scoring regularly and are 0-11 to 0-3 up against Wicklow in Aughrim.

Division 4

Paul Reid scored a fine goal for Carlow at Semple Stadium but they are currently trailing Tipperary 0-11 to 1-6 at the break.

It is Clare 0-7 Waterford 0-5 in Milltown Malbay, with David Tubridy scoring well for Clare and Shane Ahearne doing likewise for Waterford

Leitirm lead Limerick 0-5 to 0-4 in the Gaelic Grounds

In Ruislip, London lead Offaly 1-4 to 0-5. Padraig McGoldrick scored the London goal that separates the sides at present.

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