The LGFA football Championship swings into action this weekend. The Mayo women take the field tomorrow, with their opening round match in Group 1 of the Senior Championship against Cavan taking place at Markievicz Park in Sligo, where throw-in is 2pm.
The game is being streamed live on the LGFA/TG4 Player, the link for which is here.
Tickets are also on sale online for the match – details on that are here.
The Mayo team to face Cavan tomorrow was named yesterday evening. Here it is:
Mayo (LGFA SFC Group 1 Round 1 v Cavan, 10/7/2021): Aisling Tarpey (Foxrock Cabinteely); Saoirse Lally (Westport), Clodagh McManamon (Burrishoole, captain), Ella Brennan (Charlestown Sarsfields); Eilis Ronayne (Davitts), Tamara O’Connor (Cill Chomain), Kathryn Sullivan (Castlebar Mitchels); Ciara Needham (Louisburgh), Sinead Cafferkey (Kilmovee Shamrocks); Fiona Doherty (Moy Davitts), Rachel Kearns (MacHale Rovers), Mary McHale (Kilmoremoy); Grace Kelly (Moy Davitts), Shauna Howley (Knockmore), Tara Needham (Louisburgh).
The best of luck to manager Michael Moyles, team captain Clodagh McManamon and all the players as they embark on this year’s Championship campaign.
By the way, congrats to the Mayo LGFA U16 team who enjoyed a 4-13 to 0-5 win over Roscommon in the Connacht Championship at Claremorris this evening.
6 thoughts on “Ladies Championship campaign starts tomorrow”
best of luck girls.
Best of luck to players and management
Best of luck to the Ladies and Michael in his first championship
Hope our ladies play well and win today. There’s about 4 changes to the team that started against Dublin so obviously Moyles is still giving players a chance to claim a place on the first fifteen. An experimental team again today, it’ll be interesting to see how it goes, hope they all justify his faith in them.
1-9 to 0-5 in front after a very solid first half. Rachel Kearns got the goal – she won a long ball in, burst clear and shot low to the corner of the net. Mayo well on top at this stage.
Mayo ladies have won by 1-18 to 0-15. Good performance, never in danger of not getting the win.