Football League: Antrim v London (Sun)

Christopher McGuinness celebrates the All-Ireland success with O'Donovan Rossa
Christopher McGuinness celebrates the All-Ireland success with O'Donovan Rossa

Christopher McGuinness won an All-Ireland hurling title three weeks ago and he could make his Antrim football debut against London at Cargin.

McGuinness captained O'Donovan Rossa to Intermediate Club success but he has made the switch to football and is on the bench for the Division Four game.

Antrim are without Conor Johnston, who has moved in the other direction and is in the Saffrons hurling panel.

Frank Fitzimmon's side secured their first win of the campaign last weekend.

Antrim kept their promotion hopes alive by beating Leitrim 1-18 to 1-13 at Carrick-on-Shannon.

It leaves the Saffrons in fourth place while basement boys London have lost their opening three games.

Antrim: C Kerr; C Burke, S McVeigh, D Lynch; J Laverty, J Crozier, T Scullion; M McCann, O Gallagher; C Murray, T McCann, P McBride; R Murray, M Pollock, CJ McGourty.

Saturday 7 March

Football League Division One

Dublin v Tyrone 19:00 GMT

Division Two

Cavan v Kildare 19:00

Meath v Westmeath 19:00

Division Three

Armagh v Fermanagh 19:00

Tipperary v Clare 15:00

Sunday 8 March

Football League Division One

Cork v Kerry 14:00

Derry v Mayo 14:30

Donegal v Monaghan 14:30

Division Two

Down v Galway 14:00

Laois v Roscommon 14:00

Division Three

Sligo v Louth 14:00

Wexford v Limerick 14:30

Division Four

Antrim v London 12:30

Offaly v Leitrim 14:00

Longford v Waterford 14:00

Carlow v Wicklow 14:00