FOOTBALL: Rankings (September 2021)

FOOTBALL: Rankings (September 2021)

(Emma Duggan of Meath celebrates after scoring her side’s first goal during the TG4 Ladies Football All-Ireland Championship Quarter-Final match between Armagh and Meath at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones, Monaghan. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile)

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The September 2021 Football Rankings are now available, including all games up to and including Saturday, 28th August.

All-Ireland and league champions Dublin remain top of the table, ahead of Meath, Cork and Galway.

Meath have moved up four places this month to 2nd; while Wexford advance two places to 15th.

Westmeath (13th), Antrim (27th) and Carlow (29th) go up one place each.

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1-10

== 1. DUBLIN 81.36
(+4) 2. Meath 73.79
(-1) 3. Cork 73.49
(-1) 4. Galway 70.87
(-1) 5. Donegal 70.21
(-1) 6. Armagh 69.16
== 7. Mayo 69.00
== 8. Kerry 66.44
== 9. Waterford 64.97
== 10. Monaghan 61.03

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11-20

== 11. Tipperary 59.44
== 12. Cavan 58.23
(+1) 13. Westmeath 53.96
(-1) 14. Tyrone 52.50
(+2) 15. Wexford 49.12
(-1) 16. Laois 47.47
(-1) 17. Kildare 45.63
== 18. Clare 44.12
== 19. Roscommon 43.82
== 20. Sligo 41.43

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21-30

== 21. Down 39.95
== 22. Louth 38.83
== 23. Leitrim 38.14
== 24. Wicklow 38.07
== 25. Longford 37.04
== 26. Offaly 33.71
(+1) 27. Antrim 29.77
(-1) 28. Fermanagh 28.86
(+1) 29. Carlow 23.98
(-1) 30. Limerick 20.16

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31-32

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

FOOTBALL: Rankings (August 2021)

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