Manager: Andy McEntee
Players to Watch: Donal Keogan, Graham Reilly, Donal Lenihan.
Prospects: Andy McEntee is targeting promotion to Division One and a good run in Leinster in 2018. They have flattered to deceive in recent years. First game against Roscommon is vital.
V Roscommon: Sunday 28th January at 2.30pm at Dr Hyde Park.
Odds to be promoted: 2/1.

Manager: Liam Kearins
Players to Watch: Conor Sweeney, Michael Quinlivan, Stephen O’Brien
Prospects: Could be the dark horses in this Division. If Liam Kearins can get close to his best team on the field they are a match for anyone.
V Roscommon: Sunday 4th February at Semple Stadium Thurles.
Odds to be promoted: 3/1

Manager: Eamon Burns
Players to Watch: Connaire Harrison, Kevin McKernan, Caoileann Mooney.
Prospects: Have improved over the past 12 months. Well capable of holding their own in this Division.
V Roscommon: Sunday 11th February at Dr Hyde Park at 2pm.
Odds to be promoted: 5/2

Manager: Pete McGrath
Players to Watch: Ross Nally, Jim McEneaney, Andy McDonnell.
Prospects: Louth have been improving and with the wily old Pete McGrath in charge they will be well organised. Could struggle in this company though.
V Roscommon: Sunday 25th February in Drogheda at 2pm
Odds to be promoted: 7/1.

Manager: Colm Collins
Players to Watch: Keelan Sexton, David Tubridy, Gary Brennan.
Prospects: They have been progressing nicely under Colm Collins and could prove dangerous opponents especially in Ennis. Mid table finish would be a good result for them.
V Roscommon Sunday March 4th in Ennis at 2pm
Odds to be promoted: 4/1.

Manager: Mattie McGleenan
Players to Watch: Gearoid McKiernan, Cian Mackey, Killian Clarke.
Prospects: Having been in Division one last year there will be expectations in the county that they can go up again. Looks a tall order, and will do well to remain in the top half of the table.
V Roscommon: Sunday 18th March at Dr Hyde Park at 2pm
Odds to be promoted: 3/1.

Manager: Ronan McCarthy
Players to Watch: Sean Powter, Paul Kerrigan, Luke Connolly.
Prospects: There is renewed optimism in Cork under their new manager Ronan McCarthy. Cork have won 10 Munster U-21 titles since 2004. There has to be loads of talent in the county and are justifiable favourites for promotion.
V Roscommon Sunday 25th March at Dr Hyde Park at 3pm.
Odds to be promoted: 4/6.

From The Roscommon People