FOOTBALL: End of Year Rankings – 2021

FOOTBALL: End of Year Rankings – 2021

The 2021 End of Year Football Rankings are now available. (The Meath team celebrates after the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship Final match between Dublin and Meath at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile)

New All-Ireland senior champions Meath have finished in second place overall, just falling short of their predecessors Dublin who hold the top spot.

Cork and Galway conclude the top four with Donegal, Armagh, Mayo, Kerry, Waterford and Monaghan rounding out the top 10.

The biggest movers this year were Cavan (up six places) in 12th; Donegal (up five places) in 5th; Monaghan (up five places) in 10th; Laois (up five places) in 16th; Wexford (up four places) in 15th; and Meath (up three places) in 2nd.

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1-10

== 1. DUBLIN 77.85
(+3) 2. Meath 77.30
(-1) 3. Cork 73.49
(-1) 4. Galway 70.87
(+5) 5. Donegal 70.21
(+2) 6. Armagh 69.16
(-3) 7. Mayo 69.00
(-2) 8. Kerry 66.44
(+3) 9. Waterford 64.97
(+5) 10. Monaghan 61.03

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11-20

(-4) 11. Tipperary 59.44
(+6) 12. Cavan 58.23
== 13. Westmeath 55.50
(-5) 14. Tyrone 52.50
(+4) 15. Wexford 47.58
(+5) 16. Laois  47.47
(-3) 17. Kildare 45.63
(-2) 18. Clare 44.12
(-8) 19. Roscommon 43.82
(-3) 20. Sligo 41.43

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21-30

(+2) 21. Down 39.95
(-2) 22. Louth 38.83
(-1) 23. Wicklow 38.58
(+3) 24. Leitrim 38.14
(+3) 25. Longford 37.04
(-1) 26. Offaly 33.71
(+2) 27. Antrim 29.26
(-4) 28. Fermanagh 28.86
(+1) 29. Carlow 23.98
(-4) 30. Limerick 20.16

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31-32

== 31. Derry 17.44
== 32. London 13.47

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