# Division 4

This year
# Division 4
Dogged Sligo overcome Wicklow to lift league title in Croke Park
It was an ironic win for Tony McEntee with Wicklow managed by his Crossmaglen colleague Oisin McConville.
# when worlds collide
'We're involved in a WhatsApp group in Crossmaglen. There'd be a bit of banter'
Tony McEntee’s Sligo will take on Oisín McConville’s Wicklow in the Division 4 final on Saturday.
# Division 4
Wicklow finish strong to stun Leitrim, Sligo and Carlow pick up wins
A round-up of the weekend’s Allianz Football League Division 4 action.
# 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.
Last year
# First Time
Referee Maggie Farrelly to make history in men's Allianz League game
The Cavan official will take charge of the Division 4 football match between Leitrim and London this Sunday.
# 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.
# big dreams
No drinking bans, S&C overhaul, body fat and cardiac tests: The blueprint to rise in Division 4
London manager Michael Maher and Waterford boss Ephie Fitzgerald chat about what they are trying to build in 2022.
All time
# latest
Antrim offer to play south of the border after Waterford's withdrawal over Covid-19 concerns
Dundalk has been proposed as an alternative venue for the game, which was due to be played in Portglenone.
# 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.
# Blow
Offaly forward Farrell to miss lengthy spell with nasty foot injury suffered after Sigerson final
The Faithful drew with Longford today.
# 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.
# Call it
Poll: Who do you think will be crowned Division 4 football league champions this year?
The action gets underway this weekend.
# 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.
# 100% record
Derry complete flawless Division 4 campaign with league final victory over Leitrim
Shane McGuigan was the star as the Ulster side ran out four-point winners at Croke Park.
# 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..
# Division 4
Derry lay down a marker against Leitrim ahead of rematch in final
Here’s what you missed in football’s fourth tier today.
# Going Up
Joy for Leitrim as they clinch league promotion and book first appearance in Croke Park in 13 years
A five-point win at home to London clinched Leitrim’s success.
# Wrap
Dominant Derry continue their 100% record and seal promotion to Division 3
Elsewhere in Division 4, Waterford produced a brilliant comeback and Wexford beat Wicklow.
# 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 gain promotion from Division 4 this year?
The Allianz Football League returns this weekend.
# Forever Teammates
'Well, I wouldn't be married to her!' - How picking Gaelic changed Paula Murray's life
Paula Murray and her wife, Susan Byrne, both line out for Louth in the Division 4 league final today.
# Wrap
Laois defeat Carlow to seal promotion, while Waterford pick up first competitive win in 407 days
Laois and Carlow will both meet in the Division 4 league final.
# 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.
# basement tier
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 4 football league title?
Laois will be the favourites to triumph.
# 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.
# 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.
Kildare's winning run continues as Tipperary and Clare stay in the promotion hunt
Elsewhere Leitrim shocked Louth in Division 4.
# Division 4
It was a good day for the Waterford, Wexford, Louth and Antrim footballers
Antrim and Louth are top of the Division 4 table.
# Final day drama
Down seal promotion to Division 1, Offaly also go up but it's relegation for Louth and Wexford
There were plenty issues to be decided in the lower divisions today.
# crunching the numbers
Who's chasing promotion and who's fearing relegation in the Allianz football league?
The last round of league games takes place this weekend.
# cul iontach
We are not 100% sure if Roscommon's David Keenan meant this sublime chip
Clare and Tipperary scored a host of fine points in the Division 4 final, meanwhile, but Martin O’Leary’s goal stood out.
Tipperary v Clare, Division 4 football league final
The Munster rivals will battle it out for the right to be crowned champions. Join us to see how it unfolds.
# Flying High
Tipperary clinch promotion from Division 4 as Clare and Wicklow remain in the hunt
Tipperary ran out five-goal winners over Leitrim.
Tipperary footballers move to the top of Division 4 table as Wicklow also triumph
Barry Grogan struck 2-7 and Conor Sweeney hit 1-7 today for Tipperary.
# Pacesetters
Victories for Tipperary and Leitrim see them move to the top of Division 4 table
London and Carlow won today’s other games in the basement division.
Clare go top of Division 4 football league table with victory over London
Gary Brennan and Enda Coughlan bagged the goals as Clare triumphed this afternoon.
Clare, Tipperary, Wicklow and Leitrim claim Division 4 football league victories
The opening round of games in the lower division took place this afternoon.