Date Time Competition Season
20 February 2022 1:00 pm NFL Division 4 2022


Match Report

Roundup: D4 Allianz Football League

London continue to be the surprise package in Division Four after another impressive win as they maintained their 100% start to their league campaign with a 2-5 to 0-9 win over Leitrim.

London 2-5 Leitrim 0-9
Leitrim set the pace early on and had the wind in their favour as London struggled with the conditions early on at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence.

Keith Beirne got a couple to his name as did Darragh Rooney before London captain Liam Gavaghan got his side level.

Leitrim hit back with scores of their own and were leading by three at the break.

The second-half was where London stepped up and got themselves back into the game thanks to keeper Noel Maher who scored three frees as London showed grit and resilience and were in touching distance of Leitrim and before James Gallagher got London’s second goal to put London into the lead before Gavaghan’s free at the end sealed the win.

Carlow 2-12 Waterford 2-8
Carlow picked up their first win of the season after defeats against London and Sligo in their first two games, with a hard-fought 2-12 to 2-8 win over Waterford.

Darragh Foley lead the way for his side with (0-7, 4 f) while Jody Morrisey’s goal before the break put real daylight between the sides and Carlow went into the break leading 1-5 to 0-2.

They had another goal to celebrate in the opening stages of the second half when Conor Crowley rattled the net.

Dylan Guiry made things interesting and there were sweaty palms for those of a Carlow persuasion when Guiry scored his second from the penalty spot deep into injury-time.

By then it was too little too late for Waterford who were let down by Jason Curry who saw a straight red with five minutes of normal time left and the man advantage made Carlow’s job miles easier as they held on for a much-needed win.

Sligo v Cavan and Wexford v Tipperary fell foul of the weather meaning that the four sides had an unexpected extra weeks break and it’ll be interesting if the extra week without a game will be an advantage or disadvantage for those who played today… especially for those who are looking for a top-two finish.


1Brendan Flynn Goalkeeper
2Paddy Maguire Defender
3Mark Diffley 23 Forward 20'
4David Bruen Midfielder
5Shane Quinn 22 Forward 31'
6Donal Casey Defender
7James Rooney Forward
8Donal Wrynn Midfielder
9Pearce Dolan Midfielder
10Mark Plunkett 25 Forward
11Keith Beirne Forward 1', 16', 24', 39', 57'
12Darragh Rooney 24 Forward 8'
13Ryan O’Rourke Forward 20'
14Dean McGovern 21 Forward
15Riordan O’Rourke Forward
16Darren Maxwell Goalkeeper
17Conor Farrell Defender
18Cillian McGloin Midfielder
19Conor Reynolds Defender
20Conor Cullen Midfielder
21Jack Heslin 14 Forward
22Domhnaill Flynn 5 Forward
23Paul Keaney 3 Midfielder
24Emlyn Mulligan 12 Forward
25Tom Prior 10 Forward
26Ciaran Cullen Defender


1Noel Maher Goalkeeper 43', 48', 52'
2Cathal Long Defender
3Matt Moynihan Defender
4Nathan McElwaine Defender
5Ronan Sloane Defender
6Eoin Walsh Defender
7Eoin Flanagan Defender
8Stephen Dornan Midfielder
9Liam Gavaghan Midfielder 19'
10Conal Gallagher Forward 32'
11Liam Gallagher Forward
12Evan Wynne Forward
13Chris Farley Forward
14James Hynes Forward 26'
24James Gallagher 58'
16Gavin McEvoy Goalkeeper
17Alan Kyne
18Conor McGonigle
19Conor O’Neill Defender
20Enda McCormick
21Fearghal McMahon
22Geoff Kingston
23Henry Walsh
15Bobby O’Regan Forward
25Josh Obahor
26Matthew Walsh


Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence
Bekan, Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District, County Mayo, Connacht, Ireland

Get all the latest news, reports, results, fixtures, statistics and tables from the SSE Airtricity Leagues, All Ireland League as well as Inter county and club Gaelic Games.