Louth forward Sam Mulroy.
Louth forward Sam Mulroy.

Round-up: Sunday's Allianz FL D3 action

Allianz Football League Division Three

Westmeath 1-9 Fermanagh 0-12

Wicklow 0-20 Longford 2-13

Louth 1-12 Antrim 1-8

Sam Mulroy's late goal sealed a hugely satisfying 1-12 to 1-8 win for improving Louth against Antrim.

A key match for both counties, Louth carved out a victory as Mulroy pounced to score a 63rd minute major.

At half-time Louth led by 0-7 to 0-4, but Antrim responded as Dermot McAleese struck a goal.

Louth, though, remained cool with the in form Mulroy landing the decisive blow.

Dean Healy and Eoin Darcy clipped vital late points as Wicklow enjoyed an encouraging 0-20 to 2-13 win over Longford.

It capped a great fightback from Wicklow, who conceded two early goals in the midlands.

Jack Duggan and Darragh Doherty netted for Longford, who moved 2-1 to 0-2 in front after 10 minutes.

A determined Wicklow responded with Darcy and Mark Kenny contributing important scores.

Sean Quigley's late free ensured Westmeath and Fermanagh divided the spoils at TEG Cusack Park, 1-9 to 0-12.

Fermanagh had Ryan Jones sent off for two yellow cards in the closing stages, but they still earned a draw.

Ronan O'Toole had guided Westmeath in front, but Quigley levelled.

David Lynch's first half goal helped Westmeath into a 1-5 to 0-5 interval advantage, but Fermanagh battled back.

Ciaran Corrigan impressed, while Quigley was sharp too as the spoils were eventually shared.