FL top scorers: O'Shea still the one to catch

March 20, 2019

Kerry's Sean O'Shea has scored an impressive 0-45 in the 2019 Allianz Football League to date. ©INPHO/James Crombie.

Sean O'Shea remains top of the 2019 Allianz Football League scoring charts.

The Kerry marksman has shot an impressive 0-45 over six games (0-6 v Tyrone, 0-12 v Cavan, 0-8 v Dublin, 0-5 v Galway, 0-8 v Monaghan, 0-6 v Mayo).

With round to go and the Kingdom in pole position to return to the Division 1 final, it's hard to see anyone catching O'Shea.

Derry's Shane McGuigan was the highest scorer in Round 6 with 2-5 against Leitrim.

Down's Donal O'Hare (4-22), who now shares the lead alongside Derry's Shane McGuigan in the goalscoring charts, holds second spot - eleven behind the Kenmare youngster.

Ger Egan (1-30), who has a game in hand following Westmeath's postponed clash with Louth, and Monaghan's Conor McManus (0-33) are joint-third, followed by Wexford's Jonathan Bealin (0-32) in fourth.

Overall league top scorers:
Sean O'Shea, Kerry 0-45 (45)
Donal O'Hare, Down 4-22 (34)
Ger Egan, Westmeath 1-30 (33)
Conor McManus, Monaghan 0-33 (33)
Jonathan Bealin, Wexford 0-32 (32)
Evan O'Carroll, Laois 1-27 (30)
Bernard Allen, Offaly 0-30 (30)
Dean Rock, Dublin 2-23 (29)
David Tubridy, Clare 2-23 (29)
Ryan Murray, Antrim 2-23 (29)

Division 1
Sean O'Shea, Kerry 0-45 (45)
Conor McManus, Monaghan 0-33 (33)
Dean Rock, Dublin 2-23 (29)
Peter Harte, Tyrone 2-21 (27)
Conor Cox, Roscommon 1-21 (24)
Jason Doherty, Mayo 0-23 (23)

Division 2
David Tubridy, Clare 2-23 (29)
Michael Newman, Meath 1-25 (28)
Conor Sweeney, Tipperary 1-21 (24)
Sean Quigley, Fermanagh 1-17 (20)
Luke Connolly, Cork 0-18 (18)
Neil Flynn, Kildare 0-18 (18)
Michael Langan, Donegal 0-17 (17)

Division 3
Donal O'Hare, Down 4-22 (34)
Ger Egan, Westmeath 1-30 (33)
Evan O'Carroll, Laois 1-27 (30)
Bernard Allen, Offaly 0-30 (30)
Darren Gallagher, Longford 2-20 (26)
Darragh Foley, Carlow 1-20 (23)
Sam Mulroy, Louth 1-20 (23)
Paul Broderick, Carlow 2-12 (18)
*NOTE: The round 6 fixture between Louth and Westmeath was postponed and has yet to be re-fixed.

Division 4
Jonathan Bealin, Wexford 0-32 (32)
Ryan Murray, Antrim 2-23 (29)
Ryan O'Rourke, Leitrim 3-18 (27)
Christopher Bradley, Derry 1-21 (24)
Liam Gavaghan, London 0-24 (24)
Shane McGuigan, Derry 4-11 (23)
Patrick McBride, Antrim 1-13 (16)

Goalscoring charts:
Donal O'Hare (Down) 4
Shane McGuigan (Derry) 4
Danny Cummins (Galway) 3
Ryan O'Rourke (Leitrim) 3
Conor Murray (Waterford) 3
Conor Madden (Cavan) 2
Con O'Callaghan (Dublin) 2
Cormac Costello (Dublin) 2
Dean Rock (Dublin) 2
Cathal McShane (Tyrone) 2
Peter Harte (Tyrone) 2
David Tubridy (Clare) 2
Matthew Taylor (Cork) 2
Kevin Feely (Kildare) 2
Barry Dardis (Meath) 2
Brian Fox (Tipperary) 2
Paul Broderick (Carlow) 2
Corey Quinn (Down) 2
Paul Cahillane (Laois) 2
Darren Gallagher (Longford) 2
Eoghan Duffy (Louth) 2
Ryan Burns (Louth) 2
Barry O'Gorman (Sligo) 2
Matthew Fitzpatrick (Antrim) 2
Ryan Murray (Antrim) 2
Dylan Guiry (Waterford) 2
Fearghal O Cuirrin (Waterford) 2

Highest individual scores from each round:

Round 1
Ryan O'Rourke (Leitrim v Wexford) 2-7

Round 2
Sean O'Shea (Kerry v Cavan) 0-12

Round 3
David Tubridy (Clare v Cork) 1-7

Round 4
Donal O'Hare (Down v Longford) 3-2

Round 5
Dean Rock (Dublin v Roscommon) 1-5
Conor McManus (Monaghan v Kerry) 0-8
Sean O'Shea (Kerry v Monaghan) 0-8

Round 6
Shane McGuigan (Derry v Leitrim) 2-5

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