Meath and Galway Meet In Battle for Second Place

Meath and Galway Meet In Battle for Second Place
Suzuki Ladies National Football LeagueMeath and Galway Meet In Battle for Second Place 

As Cork’s bid to retain their Suzuki Ladies National Football League title continues relentlessly, Meath and Galway meet tomorrow (Sunday) in Tuam in an intriguing battle for second place in Division 1B. The counties have never met in this competition, although the players have built up a considerable rivalry at under-age level.

Both teams have already lost to Cork in the league, Galway going down narrowly by one point while Meath lost by six. Meath will be without stalwart Jackie Shiels who suffered a broken leg last weekend, but they are boosted by the return of Geraldine Doherty who toured with the All Stars in Singapore.

In Division 2A table toppers Laois play host to second placed Sligo at the O’Dempseys ground. Sligo have elected the vastly experienced Angela Doohan as their captain for the year, succeeding Caroline Currid who is make a good recovery from a knee ligament injury

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