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Moving Day for Leinster teams in Allianz Leagues
Leinster Counties Contesting Allianz league Honours
We are at the half way point in the Allianz football and hurling leagues and its a good time to look for some early season form in the Leinster counties.
Four rounds played and Leinster teams are still primed to win all four Divisions of the Allianz football league.
Dublin remarkably remain on course for an incredible fifth straight Allianz football league crown with their emphatic dismissal of Mayo at Croke Park on Saturday night on a 1-16 to 0-7 score line in Division 1.
Aside from defeats to UCD this year and to Longford last year in the Bord na Mna OByrne Cup, Jim Gavins men have otherwise gone on a 33 game unbeaten run in league and championship.
They swatted away Mayo with only half the All-Ireland winning team and with former U21 star Conor McHugh scoring 1-3 from play to further illustrate the embarrassment of attacking riches. The Capital this year hope to make history by becoming the first team to ever win seven Leinster senior titles in a row.
In Division 2, Cian ONeills Kildare enjoyed a goal rush as they got their promotion hopes back on track with an impressive 4-14 to 0-14 win over Fermanagh.
Tommy Moolick scored two good goals and Daniel Flynn impressed at full forward for the Lilies.
Kildare, promoted last year from Div 3, now top Div 2 thanks to a helping hand from Meath who scored a crucial morale boosting win with a 1-13 to 0-15 victory over Galway with Donal Lenihan striking 1-5.
In Division 3 Louth continue to set a blistering early pace and have maximum points from four games with a Ryan Burns penalty goal the crucial score in a 2-10 to 1-11 win over Antrim.
A hard fought win like this when the pressure of league leadership is on them was even more significant for Colin Kellys men.
The defeat keeps Antrim bottom on two points joined by Longford, Laois and Offaly in a mini Leinster Championship dogfight.
Laois squandered a strong position to lose to Sligo 0-18 to 2-10. Longfords match with Tipp fell victim to the weather, while Offaly imploded badly against a rampant Armagh who won out by 6-22 to 0-10.
Wexford under new manager Banty McEnaney are unbeaten in Division 4 on maximum points after they saw off Wicklow 1-13 to 0-13. Ciaran Lyng showed he can still boss matches by helping point the way with Niall Hughes early goal crucial and Wicklow goalie Robert Lambert keeping his side in contention.
Westmeath are just a point behind them thanks to their 3-13 to 2-11 win over Waterford.
A late Carlow rally wasnt enough for them to overcome Leitrim 2-14 to 2-12.
Kilkenny rubbished talk of a Cats crisis by rediscovering their old swagger to dismiss Cork at Nowlan Park in Division 1A of the Allianz hurling League.
With Padraig Walsh and Paul Murphy solid in the full back line and Eoin Murphy ever alert behind them, Kilkenny cut loose in the second half and hammered Cork with newcomer Richie Leahy scoring three fine points from play in a 0-22 to 0-15 win.
Walter Walsh, TJ Reid and Richie Hogan also excelled when the pressure was on.
Kilkennys next date is with Tipp this weekend in what will tell a lot and their last game is against a Dublin side who are also in relegation trouble.
Ger Cunninghams youth policy won praise from Deise boss Derek McGrath as Waterford held on for a 2-19 to 1-17 win at Croke Park.
With their Cuala players still unavailable the Dubs have no choice but to experiment and it is a steep learning curve.
In Division 1B Wexford moved a step closer to promotion with a 3-18 to 0-12 win over Kerry headlined by an excellent goal from the fit again Jack Guiney.
Galway kept up the pressure on the Models with another highs coring showing through their 3-31 to 1-11 victory over Laois in Salthill.
Offaly had no joy against Limerick but the performance was still impressive as they lost out 1-25 to 3-15 against the Treaty.
Carlow are top of Division 2A on score difference ahead of Antrim. Wicklow are top of Division 2B with Meath hot on their heels