Date Time Competition Season
20 February 2022 2:00 pm NFL Division 2 2022

Match Report

Previews: Lidl NFL Div2

Kerry, Laois, Monaghan and Armagh will be looking to build on victories last weekend, when they face into action in Round 2 of the Lidl NFL Division 2 this weekend.

Lidl NFL Division 2A:

Clare v Kerry - POSTPONED - Refixed for Sunday February 27th - Venue/Time TBC

Clare’s opening day loss to Laois has left the Banner County looking over their shoulders and a second defeat would have them right in the thick of a relegation fight.  

It doesn’t get any easier for the Banner County on Saturday as they welcome Kerry to Doonbeg.  

The Kingdom, runners-up in 2021, are one of the favourites for promotion from Division 2 – and began their campaign with victory over Tipperary last weekend.  

Laois v Tipperary; Heywood Community School 3G, Sunday February 20th, 2pm  

Promoted from Division 3 last year, Laois got life back in Division 2 off to a perfect start with last weekend’s win against Clare.  

And another victory on home soil, against Tipperary, would have the O’Moore County in a strong position and on course for a semi-final spot.  

After suffering relegation from the top flight last year, Tipp won’t want to be dragged into another dogfight, as they aim to avoid a second straight loss.  

Lidl NFL Division 2B:   

Tyrone v Monaghan; Mid Ulster Sports Arena - Cookstown, Sunday February 20th, 2pm   

Tyrone shipped five goals against Armagh last weekend and now face a Monaghan side fresh from a crucial one-point victory over Cavan.  

A win of any sort in the group stages can help to stave off the threat of relegation first and foremost, putting counties in a position where they’re looking up at potential last four slots, rather than staring over their shoulders.  

Tyrone needed a relegation play-off to avoid the drop last year and they could be facing a similar fate unless they can get points on the board – and fast.  

Armagh v Cavan - POSTPONED - Refixed for Sunday February 27th at 2pm - Venue TBC   

Armagh went through the gears against Tyrone and bagged 5-9 to announce themselves as promotion contenders.  

A win against Cavan would have them in an excellent position, while the visitors will be looking to get off the mark after losing out by just a point to Monaghan.  

Cavan beat Armagh in the League last year but Armagh turned the tables on the Breffni girls come championship time


1Eimear Barry Goalkeeper
2Clodagh Dunne Defender
3Amy Potts Defender
4Aimee Kelly Defender
5Rachel Williams Defender
6Ellen Healy Defender
7Anna Healy Defender
8Jane Moore Midfielder
9Orla Hennessy Midfielder
10Shifra Havill Forward
11Laura-Marie Maher Forward
12Erone Fitzpatrick Forward
13Sarah Quigley Forward
14Mo Nerney Forward
15Emma Lawlor Forward
Sarah-Anne Fitzgerald 13
Anna Moore 8
Alanna Havill 9
Roisin Larkin 10


1Lauren Fitzpatrick Goalkeeper
2Carrie Davey Defender
3Laura Morrissey Defender
4Niamh Martin Defender
5Sarah English Defender
6Emma Cronin Defender
7Elaine Kelly Defender
8Caitlin Kennedy Midfielder
9Anna Rose Kennedy Midfielder
10Maureen Murphy Forward
11Marie Creedon Forward
12Cliona O’Dwyer Forward
13Angela McGuigan Forward
14Maria Curley Forward
15Emma Morrissey Forward
Casey Hennessy 13
Nicole Shelly 7


Heywood Community School
Heywood Community School, L77974, Ballinakill ED, The Municipal District of Portlaoise, County Laois, Leinster, R32 A006, Ireland

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