Venue changes for LGFA and NHL matches tomorrow

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Given the incessantly inclement weather we’ve been enduring in recent weeks, late venues changes for matches have understandably become more common. Once again there are a few to report this weekend, with tomorrow’s LGFA game against Cork and the NHL one against Offaly now going ahead at altered locations.

For the women, the switch sees their LGFA NFL Division One match against high-flying Cork moving to Mallow. Throw-in there remains 2pm.

The hurlers, meanwhile, are heading away from MacHale Park to the staple port-in-a-storm venue within the county, the Connacht Centre of Excellence at Bekan. Like the women’s match, the throw-in time for this NHL Division 2A clash with Offaly remains the same and will get going at 2pm tomorrow afternoon.

10 thoughts on “Venue changes for LGFA and NHL matches tomorrow

  1. And the Monaghan V Cavan game due to played before our game at 12pm has been switched to a Cavan venue

  2. Would have gone to clougduv but won’t go to mallow. Mallow is a fine pitch and of course is about 50 k nearer to mayo. Best of luck to all mayo teams tomorrow

  3. That’s a sickener for Donegal but a good result for us. If we can get something tomorrow it’ll go a long way to safety.

  4. Phewwwww thought Donegal were going to nick it!. Great result for us. If we win tommorow we’ll be almost safe. Fingers crossed.

  5. Poor Patton was phenomenal off the re-starts, but is caught out with one high ball. Really had to take that, or at least punch it clear.

    Murphy was just unreal at times. His yellow at the end was farcical. Two Dubs jump on his back to kill the game, and the ref takes an easy out. Very same as the Clifford card a few weeks ago.

  6. @Rock, Wonder will the Dublin based GAA media be as critical of Dublin Cynicism as they are of Other’s?… Sunday’s papers will tell the tale and then we can all judge for ourselves!

  7. While kick outs are crucial a goalie should also be able to deal with a high ball. Patton is super goalie but that was bad blunder. We have our own issues with high balls and kick outs. Both Robbie and David have given us great service down the years but for me Cluxton is still top dog followed by Beggan . I hope I am reviewing that comment this evening as regards Beggan.

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