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Dublin miss out, as Donegal survive: here are Sunday’s NFL results in full

Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that Kerry, Mayo, Down and Cork will contest the competition’s semi-finals.

Donegal's Neil Gallagher with Anto Duffy of Armagh.
Donegal's Neil Gallagher with Anto Duffy of Armagh.

A LATE FLURRY of points from Donegal ensured they will remain in Division 1 next season, at the expense of Armagh.

Armagh led 0-7 to 0-5 at half-time, however a Donegal late show, which included points from Colm McFadden and Adrian Hanlon, helped seal their victory by 0-13 to 0-10.

Elsewhere, a late fightback from Dublin was not enough to prevent their loss to Cork at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

With the hosts leading 1-8 to 0-5 at half-time, the game looked virtually all over, and despite a spirited second-half display, the Dubs failed to overturn the deficit, consequently missing out on a place in the Allianz League semi-finals.

And in another of the day’s Division 1 games, Kerry and Mayo battled to a 1-12 draw, with the the two sides subsequently both progressing to the semis.

Kerry, who had already qualified, trailed in the dying stages, but a goal and two late points from Bryan Sheehan meant the game finished in a draw.

Down also secured their place in the semis, with a comprehensive 2-11 to 0-10 victory over Laois in Portlaoise.

Conor Laverty’s goal helped give his side a considerable advantage by half-time, while a second goal from Benny Coulter ten minutes into the second period all but confirmed the hosts’ defeat.

Here are the results in full:

Division 1:

Donegal 0-13 - 0-10 Armagh

Cork 1-12 - 0-12 Dublin

Kerry 1-12 - 1-12 Mayo

Laois 0-10 - 2-11 Down

Division 2:

Galway 0-18 - 2-12 Kildare

Tyrone 1-16 - 1-06 Monaghan

Westmeath 1-15 - 0-10 Derry

Meath 1-08 - 2-14 Louth

Division 3

Sligo 1-12 - 0-12 Roscommon

Tipperary 0-11 - 0-08 Offaly

Cavan 0-12 - 4-06 Antrim

Longford 2-12 - 1-13 Wexford

Division 4

Clare 2-29 - 1-04 Kilkenny

Leitrim 0-15 - 1-08 Waterford

London 0-12 - 1-16 Wicklow

Carlow 0-08 - 1-16 Fermanagh

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