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Defeating Dublin once more may be beyond Monaghan

Kenny Archer
Allianz Football League Division One, round three: Dublin v Monaghan (Croke Park, 7pm tonight) EXCUSES and/or explanations can be made for Dublin’s defeats to Monaghan in the past two league campaigns but there’s no doubt that a third would be absolutely deserved.

Cavan look to build on comeback victory against in-form Laois

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division One: Laois v Cavan (tomorrow, O’Moore Park, 2pm) ARMAGH hammered Cavan; Laois hammered Armagh; so Laois should beat Cavan, right? Maybe, but in the unpredictable world of Division Two football nothing is certain.

Derry to build on improvement and grab much-needed win

Cahair O'Kane
Allianz Football League Division Three: Derry v Tipperary (tomorrow, 1pm, Celtic Park) THOSE fortunate enough to have been in Cavan when these two teams met in a round four qualifier in 2016 will recall a hidden classic that ebbed for 70 minutes before it fell Tipperary’s way.

Down prepared for toughest test against promotion favourites Cork

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division Three: Cork v Down (tomorrow, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 2pm) THREE points out of a possible four ain’t bad at all and the mission for Paddy Tally’s Down is to keep up the good work and kick on in Cork tomorrow.

Donegal primed for visit of Galway in Division One showdown

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division One: Donegal v Galway (tomorrow, Letterkenny, 2pm, live on TG4) DONEGAL really should be sitting on top of the pile after two games but Mayo’s late goal in their opening game means they’ve had to share top spot with Dublin and Kerry, who also have three points.

Greencastle Wolfe Tone’s: back to where we all belong

Padraig O Meiscill
STEPHEN McCourt, Michael McLarnon and Aodhán Moloney are fresh out of a meeting with the Gaelfast initiative when they arrive at An Cultúrlann on Belfast’s Falls Road to update The Irish News on their project.