LGFA All-Ireland semi-final fixed for 2pm on Saturday

Photo: Mayo LGFA

It’s next stop Croke Park for the county’s women footballers in a Championship campaign that’s now down to the final four. Having disposed of Cork in the quarters at the weekend and with Dublin falling by the wayside at the same juncture too, it’s a competition that has opened up nicely, even if defending champions Meath are now strong favourites to claim back-to-back All-Ireland SFC titles.

Michael Moyles’ young team now have realistic hopes of making the final but to do so they first have to get past Kerry. The counties meet at Croke Park on Saturday, with their semi-final clash throwing in at 2pm while the second semi, involving Meath and Donegal, gets underway at HQ at 4pm.

Tickets for Saturday’s Croke Park double header are available to purchase here. Both matches will also be broadcast live on TG4, with full live commentary on Midwest Radio too.

The best of luck to the women as they aim to reach the final for the first time since 2017. Here’s hoping they do just that.

3 thoughts on “LGFA All-Ireland semi-final fixed for 2pm on Saturday

  1. This game, is hard call, last weekend, was a shot to nothing. No real pressure, as Cork favourites, so could play with more freedom. But something is building with this team. While can’t see an All Ireland this year, I would not be surprised if one is landed inside next 3 years.

  2. If you beat a team like cork, then there’s no reason why this year can’t be the year. Especially with dublin gone too. Kerry haven’t won one for 30 years, don’t think donegal ever won one and meath won their first last year. Its there for the taking.

  3. Meath hot favourites to win it out but wouldn’t it be a fantastic lift to the county and ladies football in Mayo if they got to the final

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