Donegal go joint-top, but Sligo and Leitrim taste defeat

Donegal are joint top of Division One of the National League after a commanding defeat of Tyrone at the weekend.

Rory Gallagher’s side beat the reigning Ulster champions by 12 points to six in Ballybofey on Saturday night to pull level at the top with Mickey Harte’s side and Dublin, who drew with Kerry.

Gallagher spoke to Ocean FM’s Pauric Byrne…

Roscommon are all but down after defeat to Monaghan, while Cavan dragged Mayo into the relegation battle with a surprise two-point win in Castlebar.

In Division Two, Fermanagh boosted their survival hopes with a defeat of Clare.

Sligo lost out by 0-16 to 2-7 to Longford in Pearse Park in Division Three, despite two first half goals from Stephen Coen.

Charlie Harrison was sent off before half-time for two yellow cards and Sligo boss Niall Carew gave his reaction to Gavin Cawley and Liam Maloney of the Sligo Weekender…

Tipperary, Armagh and Antrim were the other Division Three winners at the weekend, while Leitrim lost out by 2-11 to 0-15 to Limerick in Newcastlewest in Division Four.

Leitrim boss Brendan Guckian spoke to PJ Leddy…