Football review: Bloodied, bandaged

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Well, how’s about that. We suggested the match between Fermanagh and Westmeath might be one of the closest all year, and that Cork should have had no bother disposing of Kildare in Round 4.

But then again, if every match went to the form book, Kilkenny and Kerry would win the All-Ireland every year from now until Kingdom Come, wouldn’t they?

Westmeath’s hammering sends them flying back down the table again, while Cork fall out of the top five after their early defeat. Monaghan take their spot.

Football rankings
(w/e July 26th, 2015)
1 Dublin 1980
2 Kerry 1878
3 Mayo 1797
4 Donegal 1794
5 (+1) Monaghan 1742
6 (-1) Cork 1682
7 Tyrone 1633
8 (+1) Kildare 1542
9 (-1) Galway 1480
10 Derry 1457
11 Meath 1392
12 Armagh 1368
13 Roscommon 1365
14 (+1) Fermanagh 1313
15 (-1) Down 1310
16 (+1) Cavan 1234
17 (+1) Tipperary 1233
18 (+1) Laois 1207
19 (+1) Sligo 1205
20 (-4) Westmeath 1192
21 Longford 1091
22 Wexford 1076
23 Clare 1036
24 Louth 1021
25 Limerick 1016
26 Offaly 982
27 Antrim 934
28 Leitrim 849
29 Wicklow 761
30 Carlow 682
31 Waterford 616
32 London 563

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