The women’s football team to play Westmeath in the LGFA’s NFL Division 1A at St Loman’s GAA club in Mullingar on Sunday (throw-in 2pm) was named a bit earlier this evening. The team will be captained by Cill Chomain’s Tamara O’Connor and here it is:
Mayo (LGFA Division 1A v Westmeath, 5/6/2021): Aisling Tarpey (Cabinteely/Foxrock); Amy Halligan (The Neale), Clodagh McManamon (Burrishoole), Fiona Doherty (Moy Davitts); Eilis Ronayne (Davitts), Maria Reilly (Kiltane), Kathryn Sullivan (Castlebar Mitchels); Tamara O’Connor (Cill Chomain, captain), Ciara Whyte (Kilmoremoy); Niamh Kelly (Moy Davitts), Tara Needham (Louisburgh), Grace Kelly (Moy Davitts); Amy Dowling (Carnacon), Shauna Howley (Knockmore), Rachel Kearns (MacHale Rovers).
This is a much-changed team from the side that started against Donegal last weekend, with seven changes in all from last time out. Into the team come Amy Halligan, Fiona Doherty, Maria Reilly, Ciara Whyte, Tara Needham, Grace Kelly and Amy Dowling while out go Ella Brennan, Orla Conlon, Marie Corbett, Sinead Cafferkey, Fiona McHale, Deirdre Doherty and Lisa Cafferkey.
Sunday’s game, by the way, will be streamed live and free of charge on the LGFA/Lidl Player. The link for that is here.
In other LGFA news, the fixture details for this year’s Championship were announced today. We’re in Group A of the Senior Championship, the only four-team group, and we’re in action on three successive Saturdays in July. On the 10th we play Cavan, on the 17th we’re up against Monaghan and then on the 24th we face Armagh.
5 thoughts on “LGFA team to play Westmeath named”
If you watch this on a android phone,and hit the link on the Lgfa website,a black screen will appear. You need to scroll across until you find the play button. I got caught out last week. It’s no big issue, but just for people to be aware.
Thanks Paddy Joe………..
Moyles is certainly experimenting. I’m a bit surprised he has Kearns out again on Sunday considering that she is also very involved with Galway in soccer. I’d have thought that she could use a bit of rest.
Can anybody tell me what is the way forward in LGFA land between now and championship? Are there League finals and how are we positioned if we don’t manage a win on Sunday. We would I think be level on points with Westmeath and potentially with Galway [if they lose to Donegal]. Will score difference count and is relegation a possibility?
Great spread of clubs represented
Best of luck the players and management
That’s a terrific service from Lidl to stream the game for free!