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03rd Mar 2023

Allianz National Football League Round 3: All the action and talking points

Niall McIntyre

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Oh me oh my, what a weekend of Gaelic football that we have in store for us, and with so much news, action and talking points, we have put it all here in one convenient place.

Dublin play Derry in the biggest game of Division Two on Saturday, followed quickly by Armagh vs Donegal in a grudge match that has a feisty history.

Then Sunday is jam-packed, with Tyrone kicking things off against the All-Ireland champions Kerry in Omagh.

The Ulster side are struggling but always seem to perform at their best when their backs are against the wall, so if they are going to step up, now is the time to do it.

The rest of the games come quick and fast after that, and you can keep up with all of the action right here in our live blog. Click on the key point you want to read about or just keep scrolling to see all the updates.

Weekend fixtures:


Allianz Football Leagues

  • 5 pm: Derry v Dublin, Celtic Park, Derry – Division 1 – RTÉ 2.
  • 6 pm: Laois v Waterford, O’Moore Park, Portlaoise – Division 4.
  • 7.30 pm: Armagh v Donegal, Athletic Grounds – Division 1 – TG4.

Camogie Leagues

  • 2 pm: Dublin v Kilkenny, Parnell Park – Division 1A.
  • 2 pm: Waterford v Limerick, De La Salle, Grace Dieu; Wexford v Down, Naomh Éanna, Gorey – Division 1B.
  • 3.3opm: Tipperary v Cork, The Ragg; Galway v Clare, Venue TBC – Division 1A.



Allianz Football Leagues

  • 12.45pm: Galway v Monaghan, Pearse Stadium – Division 1 – TG4 app.
  • 12.45pm: Tyrone v Kerry, Healy Park, Omagh – Division  1 – TG4.
  • 1pm: Fermanagh v Tipperary, Ederney – Division 3.
  • 1pm: London v Carlow, Ruislip – Division 4.
  • 1.30pm: Wicklow v Leitrim, Aughrim – Division 4.
  • 2pm: Clare v Cork, Ennis; Louth v Kildare, Ardee; Limerick v Meath, Gaelic Grounds – Division 2.
  • 2pm: Cavan v Down, Kingspan Breffni – Division 3 – BBC iPlayer & GAAGO.
  • 2pm: Westmeath v Antrim, Mullingar; Longford v Offaly, Pearse Park – Division 3.
  • 2pm: Sligo v Wexford, Markievicz Park – Division 4.
  • 2.45pm: Roscommon v Mayo, Dr Hyde Park – Division 1 – TG4.

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