Over the course of the Allianz Football League so far, Galway have fielded the largest variety of players, writes Paul Keane.
Kerry have franked a hugely encouraging league campaign by claiming a berth in this season's Division One decider - against Mayo - thanks to a comfortable ten-point victory away to Roscommon on Sunday afternoon.
Tyrone shot down Galway’s bid to reach the NFL Division 1 league final as they stormed back to win comfortably at Healy Park.
A 70th minute Keelan Sexton goal preserved Clare’s Division 2 status and, in the process, condemned both Cork and Tipperary to Division 3 football next spring.
Derry and Leitrim ended the group stages on a winning note, ahead of their Allianz Football League Division 4 Final next weekend.
A thrilling second-half performance at Croke Park, lit up by the majesty of Cormac Costello, eased holders Dublin to their first win in the Allianz football league.
Louth 0-17 Galway 0-11
Dublin 0-10 Westmeath 0-15
Westmeath manager Tomas O'Flatharta has been forced to plan without the influential Dessie Dolan and David Duffy for tomorrow's NFL Division 2 decider against Dublin in Navan.
Kerry half-back Tommy Griffin has been given the all clear to face Derry in Sunday's National Football League Division 1 final.
Kerry manager Pat O'Shea has confirmed that both Bryan Sheehan and Tommy Griffin are injury worries ahead of Sunday's NFL Division 1 final against Derry at Parnell Park.
London 1-12 Clare 2-13
Antrim 0-08 Waterford 1-08
Tipperary 0-12 Wicklow 0-10
Wexford 2-16 Louth 0-15
Down 0-13 Fermanagh 1-12
Kerry's Bryan Sheehan is set to miss the forthcoming National Football League final with Derry.ry.
The GAA is considering playing the National Football League final on a Saturday night for the first time.
Wicklow 4-09 London 0-06
Offaly 4-22 Kilkenny 1-06
Waterford 1-15 Carlow 0-11
Tipperary 0-10 Antrim 0-07
Louth 2-7 Sligo 0-12
Leitrim 2-7 Down 1-9
Limerick 2-6 Longford 3-5
Fermanagh 2-6 Wexford 0-12
Donegal can go top of Division One in the National Football League this evening if they beat Tyrone in Omagh.
All Star midfielder Darragh O'Sé is to make his first start of the season for Kerry having been named in the Kingdom side for Saturday's NFL Division 1A meeting with Laois (Portlaoise, throw-in 7pm).
Fermanagh 0-14 Limerick 1-07
Cavan 0-7 Dublin 1-9
Laois 1-13 Mayo 1-13
Roscommon's 4-11 to 1-16 victory over Offaly today in Tullamore not only booked John Maughan's side a place in the NFL Division Two semi-finals but also gained them entry to next season's restructed Divison Two.
Donegal 1-13 Kildare 1-11
Longford 3-8 Offaly 1-14
Offaly 3-12 Carlow 1-8
Clare 1-14 Leitrim 1-9
Donegal 1-09 Louth 1-12
Galway 0-10 Kerry 2-12
Donegal 0-17 Louth 3-08
Wexford 1-11 Armagh 0-15
Meath 0-10 Derry 0-08
Laois 0-10 Kildare 0-10
Down 0-04 Galway 1-12
Monaghan 0-08 Cork 1-09
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has kept faith with the starting 15 that beat Cork last week for this Sunday's NFL Division 1A cruncher against Mayo in Castlebar.
Seamus Moynihan will make his first competitive appearance for Kerry since last year's All-Ireland SFC final when they take on Dublin in NFL Division 1A this Sunday in Killarney.
Donegal 3-16 Longford 0-09
Mark Vaughan will get the chance to impress up front for Dublin in Saturday’s floodlit NFL Division 1A clash with leaders Mayo at Parnell Park.
Down 1-11 Armagh 2-09
Meath 1-12 Kildare 1-14
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