FOR Dessie Farrell, a winning end to his maiden Allianz League campaign. For Pádraic Joyce, a second consecutive defeat – but at least a vast improvement on the Mayo debacle of seven days previously.
The Allianz National Football Leagues conclude today as Dublin travel to face Galway, Mayo play host to Tyrone and Monaghan take on Meath in Division 1. Stay up to date with the action from Pearse Stadium and all the other scores as they happen.
We are living in a parallel universe. A clueless Brexit spins around aimlessly, Rudy Giuliani claims he is the victim of erection fraud, Donald Trump warns Americans that if the Democrats get elected they will be forced to live in houses "with tiny little windows you can barely see out of" and in an empty Fitzgerald Stadium, an entire first half goes by without David Clifford scoring from play.
Leitrim will definitely field a team in their Division 3 league game against Tipperary in Carrick-on-Shannon on Sunday even though two more of their players have tested positive for Covid-19.
Roscommon have committed to playing their final Allianz Division Two football league game against Cavan on Saturday despite a number of players beginning a period of restricted movement after a member of the panel tested positive for Covid-19 this week.
It may only have been the league but there’s little doubt that the big story of the GAA’s return to inter-county action over the weekend was relegation-threatened Mayo’s mauling of the team that started the weekend on top of the tree, local rivals Galway.
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