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Allianz League Results

Football

Division 1
Monaghan 0-7 Cavan 0-7
Roscommon 2-9 Donegal 0-16

Division 2
Clare 2-11 Down 0-10
Fermanagh 0-10 Galway 1-13
Kildare 1-14 Cork 1-8
Meath 3-15 Derry 0-9

Division 3
Louth 0-11 Longford 0-10
Tipperary 1-16 Sligo 2-14
Offaly 0-23 Antrim 1-7
Armagh 0-16 Laois 2-11

Division 4
Carlow 0-16 London 2-15
Limerick 0-12 Westmeath 1-18
Leitrim 0-14 Wexford 0-16

Hurling

Division 1A
Kilkenny 0-17 Waterford 1-15

Division 1B
Offaly 1-12 Galway 6-23
Kerry 3-14 Laois 0-19
Wexford 1-14 Limerick 0-14

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Offaly and Galway’s opener in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League was a 1pm throw-in, while the rest of today’s hurling games in the top two tiers are taking place at 2pm.

We’ll be keeping an eye on those, plus all the action from the four divisions in Week 2 of football action.

As always, let us know your thoughts on today’s action. You can comment below, leave one on Facebook, send us a tweet, or email me at kevin@the42.ie.

Offaly 1-6 Galway 3-8

Galway are eight points in front as Jason Flynn knocks over another score from play.

Waterford boss Derek McGrath says he expects Kilkenny to be “like a caged animal unleashed today.”

It should make for a great spectacle in Nowlan Park this afternoon. The game is live on TG4.

Derek McGrath Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

One change for Kilkenny, Kieran Joyce is in for Robert Lennon.

Offaly 1-10 Galway 4-12

Shane Dooley and Conor Cooney swap scores. 42 minutes played in O’Connor Park.

Three early wides for Waterford. They’ve started brightly, though.

Offaly 1-10 Galway 4-13

Flynn converts a free for the Tribesmen.

Kilkenny 0-1 Waterford 0-0

TJ Reid opens up his account for 2017 with a free.

Laois 0-4 Kerry 0-0

Good start by Laois at home in the Kingdom.

Kilkenny 0-1 Waterford 0-2

Pauric Mahony nails the free from long distance.

Clare 1-0 Down 0-0

Keelan Sexton has hit the back of the net for the Banner in the second minute.

Kildare 0-2 Cork 0-2

Ben McCormack draws Kildare level on 10 minutes.

Kilkenny 0-2 Waterford 0-3

TJ Reid converts his second free for the Cats.

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Kilkenny 0-2 Waterford 1-3

GOAL! Patrick Curran raises the green flag after Tom Devine’s wonderful approach play.

Kilkenny 0-6 Waterford 1-5

Kilkenny have responded well to the goal they conceded. Reid sends over a couple of scores, one from play.

Clare 1-3 Down 0-1

Jamie Malone kicks a score as Clare move five in front.

Fermanagh 0-2 Galway 0-0

Slow start by the Tribesmen in Brewster Park. Eddie Courtney doubles Fermanagh’s lead.

Kildare 0-4 Cork 0-2

Kevin Feely gives Kildare a double-score lead.

Kilkenny 0-6 Waterford 1-6

Reid and Mahony have picked up yellow cards.

Monaghan 0-0 Cavan 0-2

Niall Clerkin has doubled Cavan’s lead.

Wexford 0-3 Limerick 0-7

Bit of a flashpoint on the sideline and Davy Fitzgerald, as always, is fairly animated.

Laois 0-10 Kerry 0-3

Picky Maher’s frees have been very consistent so far.

Kilkenny 0-8 Waterford 1-8

Waterford are looking the sharper in the first-half.

Galway 6-21 Offaly 1-12

Joseph Cooney and Conor Cooney add a score apiece. Galway look like they mean business in Division 1B. It probably won’t be a long stay for them in the second tier.

Monaghan 0-3 Cavan 0-2

A low scoring affair in Division 1, but Conor McManus has kicked three quick scores to give the Farney the lead.

Full-time: Offaly 1-12 Galway 6-23 

2-10 for Jason Flynn today in a big win for Galway.

Full-time: London 2-15 Carlow 0-16

A great win for London today. It’s not all bad news for Carlow, their minors beat Dublin in the Leinster minor football league last night.

Cork 0-3 Kildare 0-8 

Paul Cribbin kicks a score to send the Lilywhites five in front.

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Half-time scores

Football League Division 1
Monaghan 0-3 Cavan 0-3

Football League Division 2
Clare 2-7 Down 0-3
Fermanagh 0-5 Galway 0-3
Kildare 0-7 Cork 0-3

Football League Division 3
Louth 0-7 Longford 0-3
Tipperary 0-8 Sligo 2-9

Football League Division 4
Limerick 0-2 Westmeath 1-5
Leitrim 0-8 Wexford 0-5

Hurling League Division 1A
Kilkenny 0-10 Waterford 1-11

Hurling League Division 1B
Kerry 0-4 Laois 0-13
Wexford 0-4 Limerick 0-10

Roscommon 0-2 Donegal 0-3

Ciaran Murtagh sends over a free for the Rossies.

Roscommon 0-4 Donegal 0-4

Enda Smith equalises for Roscommon.

Walter Walsh is in for Kilkenny. Here are the half-time stats.

dsa Source: TG4

zaas Source: TG4

Roscommon 1-4 Donegal 0-5

Ciaran Murtagh has found the net for Roscommon. Michael Murphy kicks a point at the far end.

Kerry 1-4 Laois 0-13

Padraig Boyle with a goal for Kerry.

Kilkenny 0-10 Waterford 1-12

Mahony converts another free for Waterford.

Clare 2-10 Down 0-3

Down look set for another dire campaign. Eoin Cleary kicks another score for the Banner.

Roscommon 1-6 Donegal 0-6

Murtagh and Kevin Higgins are on target.

Limerick 0-11 Wexford 0-4

Gearoid Hegarty gives Limerick a seven point lead.

Kilkenny 0-10 Waterford 1-13

Mahony again for the Deise.

Kilkenny 0-11 Waterford 1-13

Phenomenal score by Walter Walsh from the sideline. Showed serious strength there to shrug off Barry Coughlan.

Kerry 1-05 Laois 0-15

Mikey Boyle reduces the gap to seven. Much better this from Kerry.

Roscommon 1-7 Donegal 0-7

Murphy converts a free to leave Donegal three ahead again.

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Fermanagh 0-7 Galway 1-3

GOAL! Damien Comer bags an opportunistic goal for Galway.

Kildare 1-8 Cork 0-5

GOAL! Daniel Flynn edges Kildare six in front with a three-pointer.

Monaghan 0-5 Cavan 0-3

McManus (free) and Darren Hughes have found the range during the early exchanges of the second-half.

It appears Daniel Flynn’s goal for Kildare has been disallowed.

Meath 0-1 Derry 0-0

Shane McEntee gives Meath a good start with a score.

Kilkenny 0-13 Waterford 1-13

Two from Reid, including one free, leaves us at a three-point game again.

Wexford 0-8 Limerick 0-12

Davy Fitz’s team are edging back into this. A big 20 minutes remain at Wexford Park.

Kilkenny 0-14 Waterford 1-13

Four in a row from the Cats.

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Wexford 1-14 Limerick 0-12

GOAL! Conor McDonald after a long puckout by his goalkeeper. What a turnaround for Wexford. He sends over a free to give them a five-point lead.

Fermanagh 0-9 Galway 1-7

Johnny Heaney sends Galway into the lead for the first time in the game.

Kildare 1-9 Cork 1-7

Brian O’Driscoll reduces the gap to two. Cork are well in this.

Kerry 3-09 Laois 0-18

GOAL! Incredible Kerry are level. Colum Hearty finds the net!

 Kilkenny 0-14 Waterford 1-15

Mahony and Barron hit big scores.

Meath 0-4 Derry 0-4

Emmet McGuckian draws Derry level.

Roscommon 1-8 Donegal 0-9 

Eoin Ban Gallagher sends one over from play.

Fermanagh 0-9 Galway 1-9

Conroy sends Galway three in front.

Kilkenny 0-16 Waterford 1-14

Kieran Joyce brings Kilkenny back to within a point. Just over a minute left here.

Fermanagh 0-9 Galway 1-11

Barry McHugh converts a free for Galway.

Monaghan 0-7 Cavan 0-7

Cavan draw level thanks to scores from Conor Madden and Gearoid McKieran. Ten minutes left in Castleblayney.

Richie Hogan hits a scoring chance wide. They might get one more chance…

Full-time: Limerick 0-11 Westmeath 1-18

Full-time: Wexford 1-14 Limerick 0-14

Full-time: Clare 2-11 Down 0-11

Half-time: Derry 0-6 Meath 0-6

Half-time: Offaly 0-9 Antrim 0-4

Full-time: Leitrim 0-14 Wexford 0-16

Full-time: Galway 1-13 Fermanagh 0-10

Laois 1-3 Armagh 0-3

Donie Kingston’s free pushes Laois three in front.

Roscommon 1-9 Donegal 0-14

Good score by Martin O’Reilly for Donegal.

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Roscommon 2-9 Donegal 0-15

GOAL! Conor Devanney equalises with three minutes to play.

Meath 0-6 Derry 0-7

Alan Forde fists over the bar to bring Meath to within a point.

Full-time: Roscommon 2-9 Donegal 0-16

Donegal will take home all two points.

Meath 1-7 Derry 0-8

Cillian O’Sullivan’s goal puts Meath in front.

Half-time: Laois 1-4 Armagh 0-7

Meath 1-10 Derry 0-8

Meath are five in front now and cruising towards the finish after Ruairi O’Coileain’s score.

Offaly 0-20 Antrim 0-6

Offaly have been very impressive so far. Eight minutes left.

Full-time: Meath 3-15 Derry 0-0

Full-time: Offaly 0-23 Antrim 1-7 

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Full-time: Laois 2-11 Armagh 0-16

That’s all from us today, thanks for joining.

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