Donegal to start league with away games

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Donegal GAA CrestThe draft for Donegal’s Division 2 league fixtures next season has been drawn up with the county set to play four of their seven games away from home.
They will open the campaign with away trips to Laois and Galway on the first two Sundays in February.
Over the course of the first two weekends in March, Donegal will have two home ties against Monaghan and Meath. Jim Mc Guinness’ side will be off to Newry to play Down the day before St Patrick’s day, while on Sunday the 30th of March Donegal will play their last home game against Louth .
The final game will be away to Armagh on Sunday 6th April.
On Saturday 1st February, Division One will start with a North West derby as Derry play host to Tyrone, Dublin will play Kerry on the same night.
Derry have four home ties in the top division, against Tyrone, Westmeath, Dublin and Kildare while Tyrone have three, with Mayo, Westmeath and Dublin set to visit the O’Neill County.

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