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Meath Ladies Updates

Meath Ladies Updates

Upcoming Ladies Football fixtures for the weekending Sunday March 7th.

 

Saturday 6th March: Meath v Dublin, Leinster Under 16 Championship, Round 1. The venue and time for the above is arranged for Clann Mhuire, The Naul, Co. Dublin Throw-in at 2pm.

Meath Ladies U16s had a sublime season last year capturing the All Ireland title, so all eyes will be focused on their progress this season. Eamon Murray once again is at the helm, ably assisted by Ollie Callaghan (Ratoath), Rachel Murray (Royal Gaels), Jenny Rispin (Summerhill), Maria Kealy (Royal Gaels), Maeve Murray (Boardsmill), and Eimear Murray (Boardsmill). The u16s face a tough season in the Leinster Championship as they are on the road on each occasion, firstly away to Dublin, then Wicklow and Laois. However, spirits tend to be high in this camp, and theres no doubt that this team will do all they can to be there at the business end of the championship.

Below are the leinster championship under 16s fixtures for 2010.

 

 

Under 16 A

Dublin, Meath, Wicklow, Laois

 

Rd 1 – 6th March

Dublin v Meath
Laois v Wicklow

 

Rd 2 – 20th March

Laois v Dublin
Wicklow v Meath

 

Rd 3 – 11th April

Wicklow v Dublin
Laois v Meath

 

Semi Finals – 26th June

Final – 17th July

 

Sunday 7th March: Bord Gais Energy National Ladies Football League Division 2 Round 4: Meath v Armagh. This game will take place in Cullaville (new pitch), Co.Armagh. Throw in at 2pm.

Meath Ladies will be eager to get back on track in the National League as the adverse weather conditions spoiled their chance to take on Donegal at Pairc Tailteann last weekend. That game has been refixed to April the 17th/18th, but Brendan Dardis and his charges will be focused on taking on the Orchard next Sunday. The two sides met in the first round of the All Ireland Qualifiers, where the Royals eased past them on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-09, but they will expect a much stronger challenge this time round. Armagh had one point to spare when they defeated the Lilywhites, while the Royals struggled, losing by ten on the opening day of the League. Meath have gelled since the first day however, which makes Meath’s trip on Sunday to Armagh, a mouth-watering prospect.

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