Team named to play Galway on Sunday

Photo: @Mayo_LGFA

The Mayo team to play Galway in Sunday’s rescheduled LGFA NFL Division One Round 2 match at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 2pm) has been named.

Mayo (LGFA NFL Division One v Galway, 27/2/2022): Aisling Tarpey (Foxrock Cabinteely); Éilis Ronayne (Davitts), Sherin El Massry (Westport), Saoirse Lally (Westport); Tamara O’Connor (Cill Chomain), Fiona McHale (Carnacon), Nicola Hession (Hollymount); Sinéad Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks), Aoife Geraghty (Westport); Sarah Mulvihill (Knockmore), Lisa Cafferky (Kilmovee Shamrocks), Shauna Howley (Knockmore, captain); Rachel Baynes (Burrishoole), Ciara Whyte (Kilmoremoy), Maria Reilly (Kiltane).

This is the same starting team that was named for the postponed fixture last weekend, which was itself unchanged from the side that lined out against Westmeath in the opening round.

The match is being streamed live on Sunday on the LGFA Player – details here.

Match tickets for the game are available to purchase here.

The best of luck to the Mayo team on Sunday as they head into battle with the neighbours, knowing that victory in Tuam will guarantee them a League semi-final slot.

6 thoughts on “Team named to play Galway on Sunday

  1. I’m surprised and annoyed really, that both our senior ladies and men’s teams are playing at the same time on Sunday, therefore denying a lot of people the chance to see/hear both games live.
    I think it’s unfair in particular on the ladies, as most eyes and ears will probably be fixed/tuned in to Hyde Park.
    I can’t understand how the powers that be ignored or haven’t seen this, and tried to arrange these fixtures differently.

  2. Different organisations (for now at least), so different people arranging fixtures.
    I’d imagine if the amalgamation goes ahead, fixtures clashes would be less likely.

  3. The sooner all organisations are under the one umbrella the better I think.
    It’s high time for more fairness and equality here really.

  4. Crazy that two Mayo senior teams have been scheduled to play at the same time. Hopefully Congress will vote to amalgamate the various bodies and this will be the last of these fixture clashes. Best of luck to all our teams this weekend.

  5. Best of luck to our Mayo women. A team full of talent and skills. Expect great things from them this year. But first things first, beat Galway!! Best of luck to the green and red women. Maigheo go deo.

  6. Lgfa, despite their protestations, are a poorly run inept organization.
    Last weekend the match was fixed for Tuam at the same time Gaa Galway game was on in Pearse stadium. This weekend they have done it again with both Mayo games on at the same time. On top of that with all the sport on today they decided to charge to watch it online.

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