# comp:Allianz Football League Division 1 (Gaelic Football 42)

Last month
February 2023
# cliff edge
Clifford returns to no avail as Mayo comfortably beat Kerry
Mayo built their win on a stirring first-half display in Castlebar.
Last year
# Beat The Drop
Tyrone drag themselves towards Division 1 safety with win against Mayo
Mayo’s second-half revival comes up short at Healy Park.
All time
# Going Down
Mayo relegated to Division 2 for the first time in 23 years by Tyrone defeat
Two goals from Conor McKenna and one from Darragh Canavan send Mayo down.
# Staying Up
Monaghan survive in Division 1 after nervy draw against Meath
Meath rallied in additional time to earn their first point of the campaign.
# Singing the Blues
O'Callaghan and Bugler strike as Dublin sign off on league with Galway win
Dessie Farrell’s Dubs finish second in Division 1, a point behind champions Kerry.
# hon the rossies
Murtagh the hero as Roscommon back in the top-flight at the first time of asking
A three-point win over Cork earns Roscommon promotion back to Division 1 of the National Football League.
# 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.
# Analysis
Analysis: Attacking width and Moran's power help Kerry to end Dublin hoodoo
Kerry have proof that, for now at least, they are competitive, writes our football analyst Rob Carroll.
Dublin v Kerry, Allianz Division 1 football league final
It was a repeat of last year’s decider in Croke Park.
# Red Hand Defence
Joe Brolly claims that Tyrone player has told him privately that training is 'depressing'
Tyrone lost their third successive league game yesterday to Kerry.
# Beat The Drop
Late Seanie Johnston free earns relegation-threatened Cavan a valuable point against Kerry
Kerry’s chance of reaching the league final is now all but gone, but Cavan have a fighting chance of staying in Division 1.
Dublin v Mayo, Division 1 Allianz Football League
Tyrone, Monaghan, Donegal and Cavan were all in action tonight as well.
# Report
Mayo claim second league win as Rochford's men prove too strong for Roscommon
The hosts had 12 different scorers as they eased to victory in Castlebar.
# (Green and) Golden Ticket
The first Kerry v Dublin clash of the year is already a sell-out
GAA hope to add an extra 1,000 tickets next week.
# Young Rossies
Two league debuts for Roscommon while Tyrone boss Harte makes six changes
Kevin McStay’s side are heading to Omagh on Sunday.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 1 football league title?
It all gets under way next Saturday night.
# Blue Wave
Dubs flex their muscles, Kerry's room to improve - Monday's football talking points
Plus Tyrone finish their campaign in style.
# Have your say
Poll: Who will win Sunday's National Football League finals at Croke Park?
It’s Cavan and Tyrone in the Division 2 decider before Dublin lock horns with Kerry for Division 1 honours.
# Team news
O'Sullivan returns to the Dublin team for league final meeting with Kerry
The teams face off in a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland football final at GAA headquarters tomorrow.
# great rivalry
'No matter how many times you beat Kerry, you still remember the defeats which hurt'
Denis Bastick isn’t underestimating the Kingdom ahead of Sunday’s league final at Croke Park.
# Team news
The big guns return as Dublin make 11 changes for Sunday's league semi-final
Brogan, Connolly, Flynn, Andrews and Kilkenny make up a potent forward-line.
# Crunch time
Calculators at the's the Allianz football league permutations
We take a look at the state of play across all four divisions ahead of next weekend’s final round of fixtures.
# Report
Cooper and Donaghy roll back the years as Kerry ease to comfortable away win
Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s men took a big step towards the league semi-finals this afternoon in Clones.
# winning habit
1-4 for Costello as Jim Gavin's unstoppable Dublin make it 5 from 5 in Down
Dublin recovered from a sluggish start to get the job done at Páirc Esler.
Cork v Kilkenny, Down v Dublin - Saturday night National League tracker
We were following an enthralling Cork-Kilkenny clash at Páirc Uí Rinn, as Dublin’s footballers won again.
# Guess who's back
'Gooch' in to start for Kerry as hosts Mayo make 2 changes for Castlebar clash
The Kingdom will make the trip to Castlebar to take on Stephen Rochford’s Mayo.
# Fill The Diary
Here are the 33 GAA fixtures to look out for this week
The Allianz football league and the Fitzgibbon Cup are on the agenda.
# One Way Traffic
Cork crash to 10-point defeat as impressive Donegal go top of Division 1
Goals from Odhrán MacNiallais and Martin O’Reilly spurred Donegal to victory.
Mayo v Dublin, Allianz Division 1 Football League
Castlebar is the venue for tonight’s showdown.
# hard knock life
Lee Keegan not risked for Mayo but Aidan O'Shea does return for clash with Dublin
The wing-back was involved in a high-profile clash with Cork’s Eoin Cadogan last weekend.
# Plan Ahead
Here are the 41 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week
Plenty All-Ireland club action next Saturday and round two of the Allianz football leagues.
Cork v Mayo, Roscommon v Monaghan - Sunday match tracker
It’s the opening Sunday of the football league and we’re following all the action.
# Early Starter
'Why we’re playing the opening round of the National League in January is beyond me'
Dublin boss Jim Gavin wants the inter-county season to start after St Patrick’s Day.
Donegal destroy Down to claim opening night 17-point football league win
Impressive success for Rory Gallagher’s team in Newry.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win this year's Division 1 football league title?
It all starts next Saturday night.
# Fill The Diary
Here are the 36 GAA fixtures to look out for this week
The Allianz football leagues commence next weekend.
# Bouncing Back
Allstars Fenton and O'Sullivan among a host of Dublin stars on the comeback trail
There’s ominous news for the rest as a plethora of Dublin’s big-hitters will return during the forthcoming Allianz League campaign.
# we meet again
Dublin and Kerry to meet on opening night - here are your 2016 National League fixtures
The 2015 All-Ireland finalists have been pitted together in a mouthwatering fixture under the Croke Park lights.
# all change
Here's the GPA's radical proposal to change the All-Ireland football championships
A first draft of their proposals was released this week.
# Rebel Recovery
5 areas for Cork's footballers to focus on after league final setback
The Rebels have to try to recover from another heavy defeat to Dublin.