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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #90 on: April 29, 2016, 03:55:24 AM »
Beating cork in an all Ireland final shouldn't be worth as much as beating Donegal.
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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #91 on: April 29, 2016, 05:10:12 PM »
Beating cork in an all Ireland final shouldn't be worth as much as beating Donegal.

As Donegal are more highly ranked at present than Cork, it would be.
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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #92 on: September 20, 2019, 06:55:13 PM »
I have updated these rankings for the first time since 2015, and remarkably the only change in the entire top 10 is Dublin overtaking Kerry. The figures used are obviously crude but I think give a true picture of the most successful teams since the launch of the qualifiers in 2001.  Derry and Kildare may have played more big matches in Croke Park than Down, but they surely would've swapped all those days in the sun for a chance to play in the All Ireland Final in September.  Likewise, Mayo have consistently been a top team throughout the last 19 years and have the All Ireland final appearances and Connacht titles to show for it, but deep down there is not a single Mayo man who would not swap it for 1 All-Ireland.  That is why Galway and Armagh will always remain above them on this list.
23 teams have now made it to the quarter finals, which is interesting with talk of a tier 2 championship.

1.  Dublin        7-0-6-5
2.  Kerry          5-6-5-3
3.  Tyrone       3-1-5-6
4.  Cork           1-2-5-4
5.  Donegal      1-1-2-8
6.  Armagh      1-1-1-5
7.  Galway       1-0-1-7
8.  Mayo           0-6-4-3
9.  Meath         0-1-2-2
10. Down         0-1-0-1
11. Derry          0-0-2-1
12. Kildare        0-0-1-6
13. Monaghan  0-0-1-5

14. Fermanagh 0-0-1-2
=15. Wexford     0-0-1-0
=15. Tipperary 0-0-1-0
17. Roscommon 0-0-0-6
18. Laois           0-0-0-4
19. Westmeath  0-0-0-3
20. Sligo           0-0-0-2
=21. Limerick     0-0-0-1
=21. Cavan        0-0-0-1
 =21.  Clare      0-0-0-1

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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #93 on: September 20, 2019, 08:48:10 PM »
I have updated these rankings for the first time since 2015, and remarkably the only change in the entire top 10 is Dublin overtaking Kerry. The figures used are obviously crude but I think give a true picture of the most successful teams since the launch of the qualifiers in 2001.  Derry and Kildare may have played more big matches in Croke Park than Down, but they surely would've swapped all those days in the sun for a chance to play in the All Ireland Final in September.  Likewise, Mayo have consistently been a top team throughout the last 19 years and have the All Ireland final appearances and Connacht titles to show for it, but deep down there is not a single Mayo man who would not swap it for 1 All-Ireland.  That is why Galway and Armagh will always remain above them on this list.
23 teams have now made it to the quarter finals, which is interesting with talk of a tier 2 championship.

1.  Dublin        7-0-6-5
2.  Kerry          5-6-5-3
3.  Tyrone       3-1-5-6
4.  Cork           1-2-5-4
5.  Donegal      1-1-2-8
6.  Armagh      1-1-1-5
7.  Galway       1-0-1-7
8.  Mayo           0-6-4-3
9.  Meath         0-1-2-2
10. Down         0-1-0-1
11. Derry          0-0-2-1
12. Kildare        0-0-1-6
13. Monaghan  0-0-1-5

14. Fermanagh 0-0-1-2
=15. Wexford     0-0-1-0
=15. Tipperary 0-0-1-0
17. Roscommon 0-0-0-6
18. Laois           0-0-0-4
19. Westmeath  0-0-0-3
20. Sligo           0-0-0-2
=21. Limerick     0-0-0-1
=21. Cavan        0-0-0-1
 =21.  Clare      0-0-0-1

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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #94 on: September 20, 2019, 08:52:13 PM »
I have updated these rankings for the first time since 2015, and remarkably the only change in the entire top 10 is Dublin overtaking Kerry. The figures used are obviously crude but I think give a true picture of the most successful teams since the launch of the qualifiers in 2001.  Derry and Kildare may have played more big matches in Croke Park than Down, but they surely would've swapped all those days in the sun for a chance to play in the All Ireland Final in September.  Likewise, Mayo have consistently been a top team throughout the last 19 years and have the All Ireland final appearances and Connacht titles to show for it, but deep down there is not a single Mayo man who would not swap it for 1 All-Ireland.  That is why Galway and Armagh will always remain above them on this list.
23 teams have now made it to the quarter finals, which is interesting with talk of a tier 2 championship.

1.  Dublin        7-0-6-5
2.  Kerry          5-6-5-3
3.  Tyrone       3-1-5-6
4.  Cork           1-2-5-4
5.  Donegal      1-1-2-8
6.  Armagh      1-1-1-5
7.  Galway       1-0-1-7
8.  Mayo           0-6-4-3
9.  Meath         0-1-2-2
10. Down         0-1-0-1
11. Derry          0-0-2-1
12. Kildare        0-0-1-6
13. Monaghan  0-0-1-5

14. Fermanagh 0-0-1-2
=15. Wexford     0-0-1-0
=15. Tipperary 0-0-1-0
17. Roscommon 0-0-0-6
18. Laois           0-0-0-4
19. Westmeath  0-0-0-3
20. Sligo           0-0-0-2
=21. Limerick     0-0-0-1
=21. Cavan        0-0-0-1
 =21.  Clare      0-0-0-1

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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #95 on: September 21, 2019, 12:39:42 PM »
Looking at that your methods to measure teams has clearly failed. Take cavan. Beat Monaghan and armagh to make Ulster final, won a game in div1 all be it they got relegated. They are now ranked 21 or over?

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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #96 on: September 21, 2019, 12:44:25 PM »
It's based over 19 years which is a bit pointless.
2015 to 19 might have some relevance.
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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #97 on: September 21, 2019, 01:00:01 PM »
It's based over 19 years which is a bit pointless.
2015 to 19 might have some relevance.

It has relevance if you are trying to skew a system that makes Armagh look more relevant in the modern game than they really are.


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Re: County Rankings 2001-2015
« Reply #98 on: December 31, 2019, 01:49:41 PM »
I've calculated all the finishing positions in the National League for the decade just gone 2010 - 2019.  1 point for winning Div 1, 9 points for winning division 2 etc, etc. 
In the last decade Dublin, Kerry & Mayo have never been relegated from Division 1, London & Leitrim are the only teams to have spent the entire decade in Div 4, but Leitrim will start 2020 in Division 3.  Derry, Laois, Westmeath & Roscommon have been in all 4 divisions within 10 years!
The totals are as follows

1. Dublin       21
2. Kerry        37
3. Mayo        41
4. Cork         60
5. Tyrone      66
6. Donegal    70
7. Monaghan 77
8. Galway     90


9. Down       103
10. Kildare   110
11. Meath     128
12. Derry      129
13. Armagh   132
14. Roscommon 143
15. Cavan      151
16. Laois       152


17. Westmeath  165
18. Louth          179
19. Fermanagh  190
20. Tipperary     198
21. Sligo            201
22. Clare            214
23. Longford      220
24. Wexford       221


25. Offaly          225
26. Antrim         238
27. Limerick       257
28. Wicklow       284
29. Carlow         286
30. Waterford    288
31. Leitrim        289
32. London       315