Football review: The rich get richer

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The gap between the top two sides is now at its closest all season. Dublin took 56 ratings points from Mayo with their comprehensive win in McHale Park, while Kerry’s narrow win over Donegal only saw 14 points left with the victors. As a result, the gap between the top two is now just 2 points – meaning, if the teams were to meet on a neutral venue today, Kerry would be fancied to win by just 50.2%.

Down are the week’s big risers after a comprehensive away win in Westmeath; at the top, Cork jump to fourth after their one-point win away in Tyrone.

Football rankings
(w/e March 15, 2015)
1 Kerry 1908
2 (+1) Dublin 1906
3 (-1) Mayo 1801
4 (+1) Cork 1793
5 (-1) Donegal 1767
6 Monaghan 1658
7 Tyrone 1617
8 Armagh 1501
9 (+3) Down 1457
10 (-1) Derry 1444
11 (-1) Meath 1428
12 (-1) Kildare 1394
13 (+1) Roscommon 1385
14 (-1) Galway 1355
15 Laois 1305
16 (+1) Cavan 1276
17 (-1) Tipperary 1275
18 Fermanagh 1192
19 Westmeath 1145
20 Louth 1122
21 (+2) Longford 1090
22 (+2) Sligo 1076
23 (-1) Clare 1067
24 (-3) Wexford 1057
25 Limerick 971
26 Offaly 948
27 Antrim 932
28 (+1) Leitrim 827
29 (-1) Wicklow 825
30 Carlow 697
31 Waterford 670
32 London 540
33 New York 364
34 Kilkenny 147

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