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  • Sun 01 Mar 2015
  • 1:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Roscommon vs. Meath Dr Hyde Park
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Kerry vs. Dublin Fitzgerald Stadium
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Donegal vs. Cork Ballyshannon
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Mayo vs. Monaghan Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Kildare vs. Westmeath Newbridge
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Galway vs. Laois Tuam Stadium
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Limerick vs. Armagh Kilmallock
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Louth vs. Wexford Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Fermanagh vs. Tipperary Brewster Park
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Clare vs. Sligo Cusack Park, Ennis
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    Wicklow vs. Offaly Aughrim
  • 2:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 4 2015
    Leitrim vs. Antrim Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada
  • 2:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 2A 2015
    London vs. Derry Greenford
  • Sat 07 Mar 2015
  • 2:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 3B 2015
    Warwickshire vs. Sligo Páirc na hÉireann
  • 2:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 2B 2015
    Donegal vs. Meath Letterkenny
  • 3:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Tipperary vs. Clare Semple Stadium, Thurles
  • 3:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 1B 2015
    Offaly vs. Waterford O Connor Park, Tullamore
  • 4:45pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 2B 2015
    Armagh vs. Kildare Athletic Grounds
  • 5:00pmAllianz Hurling
    League Roinn 1A 2015
    Dublin vs. Cork Páirc an Chrócaigh
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 1 2015
    Dublin vs. Tyrone Páirc an Chrócaigh
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Meath vs. Westmeath Páirc Tailteann
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 2 2015
    Cavan vs. Kildare Kingspan Breffni Pk
  • 7:00pmAllianz Football
    League Roinn 3 2015
    Armagh vs. Fermanagh Athletic Grounds
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Take Five: Who had a good weekend in the Allianz League?

Monday, February 04, 2013

GAA.ie takes a look at the players, managers and teams across all four divisions who made an impression on the first weekend of games in the Allianz Football League.

KILDARE

After a disappointing finish to the 2012 season, it was important for Kildare to start 2013 well and they've done just that. They won the Bord na Móna O'Byrne Cup and on Saturday evening, they defeated All-Ireland champions Donegal in the opening round of the Allianz League with a very convincing display. Apart from the win, what was particularly encouraging was the performance of young Niall Kelly, who hit 0-3 from play in a performance of real class for the Lilywhites.

CARLOW'S ANTHONY RAINBOW

The 2012 Allianz League didn't go too well for Carlow, as the only teams who they finished ahead of in the whole league structure were London and Kilkenny. Anthony Rainbow was promoted from within to take the manager's job for 2013, and what a superb start he enjoyed this weekend. In what looks like being an exceptionally tight Division IV this season, Rainbow guided Carlow to a one-point win in Thurles over Tipperary. It's early days in Rainbow's tenure, but it already promises much.

MONAGHAN'S CONOR MCMANUS

Without doubt, Conor McManus has been Monaghan's stand-out player so far in 2013. He was excellent in their run to the Power NI McKenna Cup final, and over the weekend he was the star of the show in their stunning 12-point victory over Meath. McManus hit 0-8 in Clones, six of which came from play, and it was a display which gave further proof of his status as one of the most on-form forwards in the country at the moment. A natural athlete, McManus combines power with finesse in a rare and potent blend.

FERMANAGH'S PETER CANAVAN

There’s no denying Fermanagh’s poor performance in the 2012 championship coloured Peter Canavan’s first year in charge of the Erne County, so nobody will be more relieved to get 2013 off to a winning start than the Tyrone legend. Not only did Fermanagh mark their return to Division III with a win, they romped to an eye-catching 10-point victory over Wicklow, the same side that had beaten them in the Division IV final in Croke Park last April. The transition from a great player to a great manager is a difficult one and there is intense pressure on Canavan to deliver for Fermanagh this year. He’s made the best possible start.

WESTMEATH

While there are no awards for ‘team of the weekend’, Westmeath surely delivered the best performance of Round I of the Allianz League with their brilliant comeback win over Louth. Westmeath looked in desperate trouble when they conceded two early goals and then had Doron Harte sent off after just 20 minutes. Still five points and a man down in the 41st minute, Pat Flanagan’s side then set about reeling Louth in and drew level in the closing stages thanks to scores from Callum McCormack, Denis Glennon and sub Dessie Dolan. It was left to John Heslin to convert two long-range frees to secure the two league points and seal an against-the-odds comeback win.




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