The final round of league gets underway this Sunday in the Lidl ladies league.
Division 2: Laois v Roscommon, Crettyard – 2pm
Laois must do the business at home to Roscommon and hope that Armagh do them a favour against Tipperary to book a Division two final slot.
If Laois win and Armagh beat Tipperary, it’s Laois who will join Armagh in the final, as the O’Moore county beat Tipperary in the group stages and would progress on the head to head rule.
Laois will start as undoubted favourites for this one and if they win, they’ll relegate Roscommon in the process.
Division 3: Longford v Clare; Emmet Park, Killoe – 2pm
A draw would be good enough here to keep Longford in Division 3 for another season.
Defeat, however, and the Midlanders will be sweating on the result of the Sligo-Offaly game, and hoping that Sligo gain a positive result.
The nightmare scenario for Longford is to finish level with Sligo and Offaly on three points at the close of play, as their scoring difference (-71) is the worst of the three counties ahead of Sunday’s matches.
Clare will be hoping to rack up a good score, which could yet see them through on scoring difference.
Division 4 Play-off: Fermanagh v Leitrim; Templeport Bawnboy – 2pm
Leitrim were in good form ahead of their 2022 Division 4 semi-final before coming unstuck against eventual winners Offaly.
With three wins and a draw, the Westerners finished on top of Division 4B and now face a Fermanagh side that finished second behind Antrim in Division 4A.
Fermanagh also reached the semi-finals last year but lost out to Limerick by four points. Fermanagh went on to contest a TG4 All-Ireland Junior Final, losing out to Antrim after a replay, and will have their sights set on another national decider.