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Date Time Competition Season
18 September 2022 11:00 am Leitrim Senior FC 2022

Match Report

Leitrim LGFA Championship Previews

There's big games across all three championships this weekend as we should see a clearer picture of both the Senior A and B championships following the matches tomorrow morning. All games at 11:00am unless otherwise stated.

SENIOR

Glencar/Manorhamilton v St. Josephs

St. Joseph's will be looking for revenge after their defeat to Glencar-Manor in last years final. Having already lost to Kiltubrid too, they have the added incentive of needing to win this one.

A loss with results going against them could see Joseph's slip into a relegation battle, so there's a lot on the line here. It will be a tough one, as Manor have enough firepower up front to see them over the line. It tends to be tight between these two however so expect a good contest.

Ballinamore Sean O'Heslins v St. Francis

This is probably the the most fascinating matchup of all the championship matches this weekend. Following defeat to Kiltubrid, St. Francis are in the business of picking up the pieces.

Their performance in recent weeks however has surprised people and they are definitely capable of making it difficult for the hosts here. Victory for Sean O'Heslins on the other guarantees safe passage into the Senior B final, with Kiltubrid their most likely opponents, which is also the case for the visitors.

Ballinamore will call on their core in the centre to recover from last week when they were upset by St. Joseph's. They'll also need to see improvement from their forwards if they are to make the final and potentially gain promotion.

St. Patrick's Dromahair v Kiltubrid

Dromahair have had a tough welcome to the senior grade, losing their last three games. They now require wins against Kiltubrid and/or Sean O'Heslins to secure their status for next year.

They ran St. Francis close in their first match and could spring a surprise in either of their last two games. However, they are up against it on both occasions.

Although the results aren't falling their way, performances are suggesting they can potentially get at least one win. Given their head to head record against St. Francis, they'll need all they can muster in both games. They'll be calling on their blend of youth and experience in attack to pull off the great escape.

INTERMEDIATE

Fenagh St. Cailins v St. Brigids (Throw In: 8:45am)

Fenagh have struggled at this level and failed to fulfil a fixture in Round 2 after a heavy defeat to Mary's in the opening weekend. Brigid's on the other hand are eager to get more points on the board and edge closer to the top seeded position.

Given the way the results have gone, a Brigid's win would set up a final week clash with Mary's that would likely be a final preview. They'll enter this one as hot favourites, believing a win is inevitable.

Drumkeeran v Mohill (Throw In: 10:45am)

Drumkeeran will look to pile pressure on their opponents Sunday as they look to secure a higher finish than they did last year. This would also consolidate their place in the inter grade for another season.

Mohill on the other hand have had a disappointing start to the season with defeats to both St. Mary's and St. Brigid's, leaving them in joint third place with Fenagh. After this one they'll face Fenagh, hoping to put themselves into a semi final.

Whether they can challenge Brigid's or Mary's is another thing, but for now they need a win on the board. A big display against Drumkeeran would go a long way toward showing they're still capable of challenging.

JUNIOR

Leitrim Gaels v Keeldra Gaels

Both teams enter this one top of the table unbeaten with two victories apiece. At an early stage, it's already a very interesting game.

Keeldra Gaels are still reeling following relegation last year and are hoping to show they're intent on going straight back up. Both teams are already guaranteed a semi final but will be hoping to gain a favourable seeding an avoid Annaduff.

It can still be considered a potential final preview however. Both teams will be hoping to lay down a marker of intent, so this could be fascinating.

Glencar Manor

1Michelle McNulty Defender
2Clare Cullen Defender
3Mary Alice Maguire Defender
4Eimear Feely Defender
5Annette Ferguson Defender 15'
6Rebecca Rooney Defender
7Karen Connolly Defender
8Anna Devaney Defender
9Aoife Gilmartin Midfielder 13'
10Muireann Devaney Forward 1', 12', 59'
10', 36', 37', 38', 53', 57'
11Éadaoin Clancy Forward
12Roisin Rooney Forward
13Chloe Rooney 23 Defender
14Leah Fox Forward 31'
1', 4', 24', 33'
15Gemma Tiffoney Defender
16Jessica Kerrigan Goalkeeper
17Cammie McPartland Goalkeeper
18Victoria Golden Defender
19Lauren Devaney Defender
20Orlaith Kelly Forward
21Rebecca Golden Forward
22Sarah Brady Defender
23Emma McLaughlin 13 Defender 60+1'
24Grainne O’Connor Defender
25Aine McLaughlin Defender
26Natasha McEnroy Forward

St. Joseph’s

16Éadaoin Casey Goalkeeper
2Marina Gray Defender
4Elaine McGovern 26 Defender
5Shannen O’Rourke Defender
7Lisa McDermott Defender
8Aine Heslin Midfielder 43', 50'
10Aoibhinn Sheridan Forward
11Rachel McIntyre Forward
12Brónagh O’Rourke Forward 48'
13Carmel McGovern Forward 3'
56'
14Michelle Heslin Forward 49'
15Clare Owens Defender
20Jessie McManus 18 Forward
21Kate Gormley Forward
23Lorraine Maguire 25 9'
1Michaela Mitchell Forward
3Louise Quinn Defender
6Siobhan McCartin Defender
17Celine Shortt Forward
18Niamh Maguire 20 Forward
19Grainne O’Malley Goalkeeper
22Leona Bohan Defender
24Aoibhe McCabe Forward
25Eabha McCartin 23 Forward
26Genevieve Canning 4 Defender

Past Meetings

(Final)
2-7 0-6
Leitrim Senior FC
Pairc Shean Ui Heislin

(Round 4)
1-9 1-10
Leitrim Senior FC
Carrigallen GAA

Venue

Boggaun
Boggaun, Manorhamilton, Leitrim, Ireland

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