Kerry 2-16 Donegal 1-08
Kerry took their second Ulster scalp on successive weekends when they proved much too streetwise for Donegal, running out comfortable winners on double scorer, 2-16 to 1-8 in their Division 1 clash in Killarney.
The result leaves Ulster champions Donegal still on two points, having lost three of their NFL matches.
Donegal made a decent start with Patrick McBrearty and Michael Murphy among the points.
Kerry took over with Patrick Curtain netting an 18th-minute goal.
After the break, Barry Sheehan scored a penalty after Curtain had been pulled down and Donegal skipper Murphy scored a penalty when he was fouled.
After Murphy's goal, Kerry added five unanswered points and Sheehan ended with a personal tally of a goal and seven points.
Meanwhile, Tipperary are staring relegation in the face after slumping to a fourth successive League defeat at Semple Stadium yesterday.
Visitors Cavan eased their own relegation fears with a comfortable win.
Corner-forward Martin Dunne led the way in the scoring stakes with a 2-4 haul.
A miserable afternoon for Tipperary was compounded by straight red cards for Brian Jones and Barry Grogan.
Cavan had corner-forward Brendan Fitzpatrick dismissed for two yellow-card offences in the first half.
Goals from Dunne and Mark McKeever helped Cavan to lead by 2-6 to 0-6 at half-time against a Tipp side that finished with just six points from play. Dunne and corner-back Barry Watters added further goals for the visitors in the second half. Tipp now find themselves in a must-win situation as they head to Sligo this weekend.