This weekend see Meath LFGA stretched to the very limit. It is by far the busiest weekend this year. All ages will be involved somewhere along the line!
Friday night sees the by now annual Club Championship launch. This year the launch will take place in the grounds of the historic Trim Castle. We are very lucky to once again have Masita as our main sponsors for these games. Masita now in its third year of sponsorship is also our main kit suppliers. Thanks once more to Masita for their generous sponsorship. All clubs by now should have details on this event. All club captains are asked to be in Trim Castle at no later that 6.45pm. If the captain is unavailable then clubs are asked to send a team representative.
Saturday April 13th the ”Little Ladies” have a blitz. This has been one of the most popular groups with girls as young as 7 and 8 learning all the skills needed to play ladies Gaelic football. The main aim of this group is FUN FUN FUN whilst enjoying a team sport, meeting new friends and learning all about football. The blitz is in Walterstown GAA Club and will run between 12 noon and 4pm approx. There will be 12 teams on the day. The very best of luck to everyone involved with the ”Little Ladies” and remember its FUN all the way.
On Saturday the Feile Cup competition get underway. The play off section of the competition will take place in St. Pats GAA Club in Stamullen. Throw in there will be 12 noon and will run until 5.30/6pm approx. There will be plenty of skill on display as the teams vie for a place in the competition which will take place in Connaught this year – Friday June 28th, Saturday June 29th and Sunday June 30th. So the very best of luck to all teams once again.
Dunganny is the place to be on Sunday when the culmination of all Saturdays work will see the top teams in the semi-finals and final. Both semi-finals throw in at 12 noon with the final taking place at 1.15pm approx.
Meath U16s will travel to Kenagh GAA for their third round Leinster Championship game against Longford. It’s two from two so far for the girls as they overcame Kildare in a very wet Dunganny and Dublin in round 2. Keep up the good work girls.
Anyone who saw the Minors take on and beat Dublin in their own back yard won’t want to miss this game: Leinster Minor A Championship round 3 Meath v Kildare. Its sure to be a humdinger of a game with both of these teams already qualified for the Leinster final. Its hard to say what way the teams will line out and what plans they have before the ultimate showdown on May 6th. Tactics probably going to play a big hand in this one. So definitely a game not to be missed. Head on over to Trim GAA for the 2pm throw in. Best of luck Fergal, his mentors and the girls.