We’ve named our team to play Donegal in Round 3 of the LGFA’s NFL Division 1A on Sunday. The match takes place at the Connacht Centre of Excellence (throw-in 2pm) and here’s the team we’ve named to start in it:
Mayo (LGFA NFL Division 1A v Donegal, 6/3/2022): Laura Brennan (Hollymount); Éilis Ronayne (Davitts), Roisín Flynn (Knockmore), Danielle Caldwell (Castlebar Mitchels); Ciara Needham (Louisburgh), Fiona McHale (Carnacon), Kathyrn Sullivan (Castlebar Mitchels, captain); Sinéad Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks), Aoife Geraghty (Westport); Shauna Howley (Knockmore), Sinéad Walsh (MacHale Rovers), Sarah Mulvihill (Knockmore); Lisa Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks), Ciara Whyte (Kilmoremoy), Hannah Reape (Knockmore).
So, with a place in the League semi-finals already secured, Michael Moyles appears to have taken the opportunity to have a look at a few different members of the panel for Sunday’s game. As a result, the side named for Sunday shows four changes from the one that lined out against Galway last time out.
Into the team come goalkeeper Laura Brennan, Roisín Flynn, Ciara Needham and debutant Hannah Reape and out go Aisling Tarpey, Sherin El Massry, Tamara O’Connor and Maria Reilly.
As mentioned yesterday, Sunday’s game is an all-ticket match, with tickets needing to be purchased in advance, which you can do online here. The match will also be streamed live by the LGFA and details on how to access the live stream are here.
One match I failed to mention in yesterday’s list of games featuring Mayo teams this weekend was the one involving the county’s camogie team. Their refixed Camogie Leagues Division 4 Round 1 clash with Louth has now been set for this coming Saturday at the Louth Centre of Excellence in Darvey. Throw-in has now been confirmed for 2pm and tickets for the game are available to purchase here.
Best of luck to both Mayo teams this weekend.
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Bear of luck to the ladles. Great opportunity for the new starters to put their hand up for inclusion the next day . Great to see Mayo ladles competing at a high level. New executive Committee and excellent management team bodes well for the future. Its a shame in a way that so many of our top players are in Australia but you can’t blame them for that opportunity.