Elsewhere in Division 2 this weekend

Last weekend … Cavan 0-13 Cork 0-12: Cavan produced an excellent display to win their first game of the league campaign and move above Roscommon on the league table at Breffni Park on Saturday night. Full-forward Seanie Johnston was the Cavan hero, kicking nine points – six from play – as Donal Keoghan’s men edged past Cork. Monaghan 1-12 Meath 0-10: Monaghan went to the top of the Division 2 table after this well-deserved five-point win against Meath at a packed Scotstown on Sunday. Paul Finlay got the all-important goal and Tommy Freeman kicked four points as Monaghan kept their unbeaten record intact. Armagh v Dublin (postponed): There was consternation in Crossmaglen as the game was called off less than 40 minutes before the throw-in. There were over 1,500 people already in the ground at the time and there were thousands more outside when referee Derek Fahy made the decision not to play the game. It looks likely that the game will now be played on Wednesday, the 9th April at 6.30 pm in Crossmaglen. This weekend …. Cork v Monaghan (Saturday at 7 pm at Pairc Ui Rinn): This will present another difficult test for Monaghan but they have passed all their big tests in this division so far. Cork need the points after their loss to Cavan in the last round so this could be closer than a lot of people think. I think that Monaghan have the firepower though. Prediction: Monaghan (narrowly)   Meath v Armagh (Saturday at 7 pm at Pairc Tailteann Navan): This will be a cracking game. Meath at home are never easy to beat and they are periously close to the relegation zone and thus need the points. Armagh are hoping to win to close the gap on the leaders. I think that the Armagh men have the power to win it. Prediction: Armagh Westmeath v Cavan (Sunday in Cusack Park at 2.30 pm): This will be a very close game. Cavan are cock-a-hoop after a great win over Cavan last weekend while Westmeath will be buoyed after their thumping of Roscommon in Kiltoom. Cavan may be on the upward curve but it is hard to see them winning here. Prediction: Westmeath