# Division 1

This week
26th March 2023 - 31st March 2023
# Healing
O'Connor 'still hoping' to be fit for League final after picking up slight knee issue
The Mayo star says it could be ‘too tight’ for him to regain his fitness in time.
# Staying Up
Conor McManus stars as Monaghan survive yet again
35-year-old attacker finishes with 1-7 against Mayo.
# The West's awake
Galway overcome Kerry to set up Division 1 final showdown with Mayo
Galway will face Mayo in next weekend’s Allianz Football League Division 1 final.
# drop zone
Armagh relegated from Division 1 following Tyrone defeat
Roscommon’s finished their campaign with a home victory over Donegal, who will join Armagh in Division 2 next season.
This year
# Division 1
O'Donoghue scores late equaliser to ensure Mayo share spoils with Galway
The Connacht rivals played out an absorbing clash in front 13,654 spectators at MacHale Park.
# Round 1
Rian O'Neill grabs 0-4 as Armagh edge out Monaghan in league opener
The Orchard County picked up a two-point win to get their Division 1 campaign off the mark.
# On The Road
Dublin narrowly hold off Kildare to open Division 2 campaign with a victory
The sides clashed in the league opener at Croke Park.
# Answers To Follow
Kerry injuries, Galway reaction and Mayo-Donegal icons depart
What can we expect from the top division this year?
Last year
# Ladies Football
'It’s so tough. You know how challenging, mentally and physically, it is'
Injuries have hit Westmeath hard in this year’s Division 1 league campaign.
# Red Hand Result
Second-half goals key as Tyrone overcome loss of suspended players to defeat Kildare
Conn Kilpatrick and Darren McCurry landed the crucial goals to secure the win.
# tense battle
Five injury-time red cards as Armagh overcome Tyrone to maintain winning form
The sides squared off in this dramatic Division 1 tie at the Athletic Grounds.
# 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.
# Kingdom
Brilliant first-half fires Kerry to deserved win over Dublin
The sides battled it out in Tralee.
# Division 1
Tyrone and Monaghan play out entertaining draw in Omagh blizzard
Goalkeeper Rory Beggan finished top-scorer for Monaghan with three points, including one from play.
# Orchard Delight
Donaghy's influence plain to see as Armagh attack sparkles
The long diagonal ball yielded dividends for the Orchard County in their stirring win over Dublin.
All time
# State of Play
Here are the winners and losers from the 2021 GAA football league play-offs
We now know who has secured the promotion spots and who has suffered relegation.
# Boost
Mayo seal return to Division 1 at the first attempt after high-scoring clash with Clare
They prevailed following a stern encounter with Clare.
# Goal Crazy
Kerry fire home six goals as they cruise past Tyrone for Division 1 semi-final victory
Paul Geaney struck two of Kerry’s five first-half goals.
# Lilywhites
Kildare claim 13-point win to set up promotion tie with Meath in race for Division 1
Down defeated Westmeath 0-13 to 1-9 in their Division 2 North game.
# Teamsheets
Dublin and Roscommon change it up in teams named for Division 1 clashes
Dublin travel to Galway tomorrow while Roscommon entertain Kerry.
# crunch the numbers
Breaking down what's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league
The last round of games are scheduled to take place next weekend.
# Kingdom Come
Kerry's league title hopes remain alive after convincing win away to Monaghan
David Clifford was once again one of the stars of the show as the Kingdom were three-point winners.
# crunch the numbers
Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last two rounds of the GAA football league?
After a long break the Allianz football league is set to return this weekend.
# Progress
Conor McManus on Kerry, legacy, and moving on from the disappointment of 2019
Monaghan are still getting used to life without Malachy O’Rourke, who stepped down after seven seasons in charge last year.
Tyrone v Dublin, Allianz Football League Division 1
All eyes were on Omagh for tonight’s only fixture.
Dublin v Donegal, Allianz Football League Division 1
The game throws-in at 7pm.
Dublin v Wexford, Allianz Hurling League, Division 1, Group B
Davy Fitzgerald’s side snatched a two-point win at the death.
Wexford beat Kilkenny and Clare triumph - Sunday hurling match tracker
Clare, Cork and Wexford all grabbed hard-fought wins in the jaws of Storm Dennis.
Tyrone v Kerry, Meath v Mayo, Donegal v Galway - Football match tracker
The highest-profile games in the Allianz football leagues survived the weather.
# Deadly Donegal
Murphy top scorer as Donegal bag 3 goals to pile more league misery on Meath
Michael Murphy was top scorer with 1-2.
# Kingdom Reign
Late Spillane point seals thrilling Kerry victory over Galway
The Tribesmen conceded 1-1 in injury time as they fell to defeat in Tralee.
Mayo v Dublin, Kerry v Galway - Saturday football match tracker
Settle in for what promises to be a cracking night of action in the National League.
# Off the Mark
Canning and Haran combine for 0-18 as Galway begin league with 17-point win
The Tribesmen got the better of Westmeath in Pearse Stadium.
Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker
There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.
# Division 1
Joyce makes five changes to Galway team for league opener with Monaghan
Throw-in at Pearse Stadium is at 2:30pm.
# Winning
Cork knock reigning champions Dublin out in Division 1 semi-final
Orla Finn starred with 13 points for the Rebels.
# Pick That Out
Aaron Gillane's incredible flicked goal lights up Division 1 final between Limerick and Waterford
The 23-year-old scored a sublime flick at Croke Park as Limerick secured a first league title in 22 years.
# the dubs
Goals from Aherne and Woods help impressive Dublin end Galway's unbeaten record
Mick Bohan’s side reclaimed top spot in the table by virtue of their superior points’ difference.
# And The Team Is...
Gavin makes four changes as Dublin look to finish strong after bowing out of title defence
The All-Ireland champions will take on Cavan in their last round of the league on Sunday.
# crunch the numbers
Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league?
Round 7 games are down for decision on Sunday afternoon.