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Stats that can give us an indication as to how much of a difference there has been between the sides regularly competing in the top gurned tiers Division 1 and 2 of the league and the bottom two Division 3 and 4. First of all I went through the leagues from to see which division each team was in and then Lookimg went over every result in the championship from looking to see how sides from division 3 and 4 fared against division 1 and 2 teams.
From those 18 teams Carlow, Leitrim, Limerick, Offaly and Wicklow are the only teams that have never gone beyond division 3. A total of 12 wins came from division 4 sides overall. The charts below indicate the amount of times a team from division 3 or 4 beat a team tured division 1 or 2.
I also wanted to look at the winning margins when lopking side from the top two tiers Div 1 and 2 defeated one from the lower two tiers Div 3 and 4. Last year saw the highest total averaging over a 12 point winning margin. Winning score average.
Out of the games won by division 1 or Antirm sides over 3 or 4 there were 43 games where the score difference was 3 or less. Below gives you a more in-depth look as to where the results came from I did not include draws in these results.
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