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Dublin v Donegal gets the ladies football leagues off to a flyer

Louise Gunn
Lidl NFL Division One: Dublin v Donegal (Today, Croke Park, 5pm live on eir Sport) THE tie of the opening round of the Lidl National Football Leagues this weekend is undoubtedly the meeting of defending league and All-Ireland champions Dublin and Ulster’s current driving force, Donegal.

Monaghan aim to build on to Dublin win in trip to Roscommon

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division One: Roscommon v Monaghan (tomorrow, Dr Hyde Park, 2pm) ANYTHING less than victory tomorrow afternoon will be a disappointment for Monaghan after their heroics against Dublin last weekend.

Armagh aim for first win against dangerous Clare side

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division Two: Armagh v Clare (tomorrow, Pairc Esler, 2pm) WAS it a point lost or a point gained? Armagh had the job almost done in Kildare last weekend but the Lilywhites forced their way back into the game and were able to salvage a draw thanks to a late free from emerging talent Jimmy Hyland.

Antrim confidence high for Division Four showdown against Wexford

Andy Watters
Allianz National Football League Division Four: Wexford v Antrim (tomorrow, Innovate Wexford Park, 2pm) TAKING on the promotion favourites in their first two games is a tough start for Antrim but they look up for the challenge and, after pushing Derry all the way last weekend, the Saffrons need to go a step further by beating Wexford tomorrow.


Compiled by Padraig Kelly
Division One Dublin v Galway (tonight, Croke Park, 7pm) DESPITE a lack of training, Dublin started in fine fashion against Monaghan last weekend and led 1-3 to 0-1 after 11 minutes.

GAA has "no specific plans" for dealing with Brexit

Cahair O'Kane at Croke Park
THE GAA has “no specific plans” to deal with Brexit, including the chaos of a potential hard exit from the EU, but says any financial cost will fall on Croke Park and not its members.

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