Friday 21 July 2017

Your county: How they performed in 2011

The table shows the results from league and championship games and the percentage win ratio -- for the purposes of calculation, wins are worth two points in either competition, and draws are worth one.

The brackets refer to the National Football League division in which each county played.

Dublin lead the way with an 89pc success rate, while one of the more dismal returns came from 2001 All-Ireland champions Galway. Apart from a league draw with Dublin and a league win over Armagh, it was defeats all the way, leaving them in joint 32nd place with Sligo. Only Kilkenny had a worse record.

County P W D L Win %

Dublin (1) 14 12 1 1 89

Donegal (2) 14 10 2 2 79

Kerry (1) 13 10 0 3 77

Roscommon (4) 13 9 1 3 73

Cork (1) 13 9 0 4 69

Kildare (2) 14 9 1 4 68

Longford (4) 12 7 2 3 67

Tyrone (2) 13 8 1 4 65

Derry (2) 11 7 0 4 64

Laois (2) 12 7 0 5 58

Wexford (3) 12 7 0 5 58

Down (1) 12 6 1 5 54

Mayo (1) 12 6 1 5 54

Wicklow (4) 12 4 5 3 54

Carlow (4) 11 5 1 5 50

Limerick (3) 12 6 0 6 50

Louth (3) 10 5 0 5 50

Offaly (3) 10 5 0 5 50

Fermanagh (4) 10 4 1 5 45

Westmeath (3) 10 4 1 5 45

Leitrim (4) 10 4 0 6 40

Cavan (3) 9 3 1 5 39

Armagh (1) 12 4 1 7 38

Clare (4) 10 3 1 6 35

Tipperary (3) 9 3 0 6 33

Meath (2) 11 3 1 7 32

Waterford (3) 10 3 0 7 30

Antrim (2) 11 3 0 8 27

Monaghan (1) 9 2 0 7 22

London (4) 10 2 0 8 20

Galway (1) 9 1 1 7 17

Sligo (2) 9 1 1 7 17

Kilkenny (4) 9 0 0 9 0

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