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Today’s match is ON

It was announced a short while ago that, following a pitch inspection earlier in the morning, today’s match against Meath at Páirc Tailteann is ON. Here’s the official announcement from Meath GAA: Following a pitch/venue inspection at Páirc Tailteann this morning at 08:30, @MeathGAA have decided that: 1. The Allianz Football League game goes ahead as fixed at 2pm. 2. […]

Women’s League match against Waterford tomorrow is OFF

With Storm Ciara set to sweep in across the North-West tomorrow, the eminently sensible decision was taken tonight to call off tomorrow’s LGFA NFL Division One match between Mayo and Waterford. The cancellation of the game was confirmed on Twitter earlier tonight in the following terms: Lidl NFL Division 1 Round 3 v Waterford Please note tomorrow’s league game against […]

Navan pitch inspection in the morning

Meath GAA announced a short while ago that a pitch inspection of Páirc Tailteann in Navan will be undertaken at 8.30am tomorrow morning. ??PITCH [email protected] will inspect Páirc Tailteann at 08:30 Sunday morning. We will review if the venue can host both games as scheduled. Please stay tuned to our social media for updates. #GAA #MeathGAA #MeathFootball — Meath […]

Team news for U20s tomorrow and women’s League match on Sunday

There were two Mayo team announcements made earlier today and here they are. First up is the team named for tomorrow’s Connacht U20 Championship quarter-final against Galway at MacHale Park (throw-in 2pm). The starting fifteen for this all-or-nothing provincial Championship knockout tie is as follows: Mayo (Connacht U20 Championship quarter-final v Galway, 8/2/2020): Jamie McNicoholas (Kiltimagh); Jack Coyne (Ballyhaunis, captain), […]

Refixed Kildare clash now approaching

Photo: @Kildare365 The red alerts have all passed, the country’s getting back to normal and last weekend’s slew of postponed football matches have all been re-confirmed for this coming weekend. For us, it’s a must-win basement battle against Kildare at St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge, a match that’s been fixed for Sunday with a 2pm throw-in. We had a decent […]

Game day – time to stand up

We’re not yet half-way through February but today at Pearse Stadium we’re due to play our third match in this year’s National Football League campaign. Galway, already feeling right at home on their return to top tier spring football, provide the opposition and the match throws in today at 2pm, preceded by the ladies’ League clash between the same counties, […]