A documentary comparing the current cardiac scoring of the Down and Meath panels that faced off in the 1991 All-Ireland final has saved a number of lives.
Down 1-13 Tipperary 0-11
Marty Clarke spared Down's blushes as they secured a late draw with Antrim, while Derry ousted Queen's University in the only games to take place tonight in a weather-hit Dr. McKenna Cup.
IT’S apt, given we are in the middle of Listowel Race week, to draw an analogy between football and the sport of kings when discussing the possible midfield combinations for Sunday’s All-Ireland final.
SIX years ago I did my utmost to convince a Limerick football team that the sands of time were running out for this Kerry side.
WE’VE been here before.
DIVISION TWO league finals tend to leave little in the way of a lasting impression but yesterday’s footprint dug a little deeper, if only for another entry into the catalogue of memorable displays from Steven McDonnell.
Down are sweating on the fitness of their captain Ambrose Rodgers ahead of Sunday's Allianz NFL Division 2 final against Armagh at Croke Park (throw-in 2pm).
DOWN midfielder Dan Gordon is unlikely to start Sunday’s NFL Division 2 decider against Armagh despite the former captain having returned to the squad last week after taking a break from inter-county football this spring.
Westmeath 0-8 Down 2-15
NFL DIVISION 2:
Down 0-14 Tipperary 1-11
Down 0-12 Meath 0-8
Kildare 0-8 Down 1-16, Newbridge
MICKEY HARTE has rated Brian Dooher as 50-50 for the All-Ireland champions’ opening Ulster tie against Armagh on May 31.
TYRONE 0-13 MAYO 1-09, Croke Park
WEXFORD 2-13 DOWN 0-12, Croke Park
WE may witness the end of an era in Ulster football tomorrow and it seems fitting that Down should be the team primed to bring down the curtain.
Down 1-19 Tyrone 0-21 (aet)
Tyrone 2-8 Down 2-8
Down manager Ross Carr has named three championship debutants in his team for Sunday's Ulster SFC first round meeting with Tyrone at Healy Park (throw-in 3.45pm).
The Down County Board are set to ratify Ross Carr as manager of the county's senior footballers for a second year at their meeting tonight.
Down senior football manager Ross Carr has included a number of championship newcomers in his newly announced 34-man panel, following the county's disappointing NFL campaign.
Derry lost for the second successive weekend as a late Liam Doyle free saw Down triumph at Ballinascreen.
Down 2-9 Derry 3-8
Peter Canavan returned to inspire Tyrone to an Ulster Football Championship triumph over Down at Omagh.
Down skipper Liam Doyle will return to the squad for Sunday's National Football League Division 1A clash against Galway.
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