There was excessive drama on the ultimate day of the Allianz Football League, with loads of promotion and relegations determined with the ultimate kick of the ball.
he greatest story of the day is undoubtedly Dublin’s dramatic relegation, with a last-gasp free from Jack McCarron securing Monaghan’s place within the high flight and condemning Dessie Farrell’s males to Division Two.
Kildare have been additionally relegated from Division One after a heavy loss to Mayo, with James Horan’s facet securing their place within the league remaining, the place they are going to face Kerry.
In Division Two, Roscommon joined Galway in reserving their place in subsequent 12 months’s high flight after beating the Tribesmen – who had already secured promotion. There was excessive drama on the different finish of the desk, as Cork nearly survived after successful what amounted to a relegation playoff in opposition to Offaly by the naked minimal – 1-21 to 1-20.
In Division Three, Louth secured high spot and a spot in Division Two with a complete win over Wicklow, who go right down to Division Four, whereas Limerick’s win over Fermanagh ensured that they have been additionally promoted. Laois have been additionally relegated after a house defeat to Longford.
In Division Four, Cavan and Tipperary sealed their promotion to Division three with Saturday-night victories over Waterford and London respectively.
Division One finalists: Kerry vs Mayo
Division One relegated: Dublin and Kildare
Division Two finalists/promoted: Galway vs Roscommon
Division Two relegated: Offaly and Down
Division Three finalists/promoted: Louth vs Limerick
Division Three relegated: Laois and Wicklow
Division Four promoted: Cavan vs Tipperary