LGFA team to play Cork named

The county’s women footballers have a tough All-Ireland SFC quarter-final assignment facing them on Saturday, as they travel to Ennis to take on Cork. The match is set to throw in at Cusack Park that afternoon at 3pm and here’s the team we’ve named for it:

Tickets for the game are available to purchase here. The match will be streamed live by TG4 on their YouTube channel and so I’ll also embed the live stream on the blog for those who want to watch it here. There will also be full match commentary on Midwest Radio.

Best of luck to Michael and the team on Saturday.

3 thoughts on “LGFA team to play Cork named

  1. Tough task but here’s hoping our ladies can give one of their big performances!

  2. Strong team but yes they will be up against a very strong team. Pity so many unavailable due to Aussie Rules. Ladies Football or Women’s football as some call it is certainly going through a great boom in playing numbers. I don’t live in Mayo but in my adopted club , we now have more girls than boys playing football. Have to admit it does disappoint me sometimes the lack of comments or best wishes to our Ladies team on the blog considering the great tradition of football in Mayo but suppose its not for everyone. Best of luck to them , good balance of youth and experience and they always leave it all on the pitch

  3. Well said My Ball. I’ve always loved the women’s game and think we have amazing talent in Mayo. To have lost the players who are playing Aussie rules, and still be so competitive, is a huge achievement.
    Cork are tough. Hardened and hungry. But I know we’re well able for them. Wishing the Mayo team, women and lads, all the success they deserve.
    Personally, I like to call them women, as opposed to ladies. Ladies and gentlemen or men and women, for me. But whatever your preference, I know we’re 100% behind every team that trains and plays for Mayo.
    Maigheo abú.

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