While all other teams in their respective divisions have finalised their final league standings and play-off spots, we have live updates from the forgotten Division 4, they still have one final round of games to play.
Eight teams make up Division 4 instead of the usual seven and the final round of games commences with Wicklow taking on Clare in Aughrim in the tie of the round. The Garden County need a win to have any chance of promotion as second placed Clare stand in their way, two points ahead.
The Banner County could potentially pip Fermanagh for top spot provided results got their way but with The Ernesiders having already guaranteed promotion and at home to Leitrim, they are a shoe in to claim top spot.
Elsewhere Waterford will be looking to finish the league on a high note with a win over hapless London, who has only one win this season. John Keily’s side lost their opening game but went on to win two in-a-row, but that was as good as their season got.
The mid-table battle, which sees four teams separated by only two points, also includes Carlow who travel to Limerick and the Leinster side can leap-frog their Munster counterparts if they can muster a performance that saw them narrowly lose to Clare earlier this season.
To say Kilkenny has been the whipping boys of this group is a gross understatement. Losing eight out of eight and conceding, on average, 34 points per game one wonders is there a point to having Kilkenny compete in the football league? Their hurlers are the best in the country but the footballers are leaving themselves open to ridicule time and again.