Limerick LGFA take on Down in this year’s TG4 All-Ireland junior final. Meghan Doherty of Down, left, and Róisin Ambrose of Limerick at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick wished the Limerick LGFA team luck ahead of their TG4 All-Ireland junior final
The excitement is building as the Limerick Ladies Football team gears up to face Down in the highly anticipated TG4 All-Ireland junior final this Sunday at the iconic Croke Park.
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Councillor Gerald Mitchell is wishing the team the very best as they look to secure a piece of silverware for Limerick.
The Limerick team’s inspiring journey to the final has been nothing short of extraordinary, capturing the hearts of fans across the city and county.
Their recent semi-final triumph against Fermanagh highlighted the team’s unwavering determination, skill and never say die attitude.
Under the astute leadership of manager Graham Shine, the team is set to star in a thrilling showdown that could potentially pave the way to the intermediate grade for 2024.
Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Councillor Gerald Mitchell, expressed immense pride in the team’s accomplishments to date saying:
“The Limerick Ladies Football team has exemplified the spirit of our city and county. Their commitment to excellence and their relentless pursuit of victory have not only united our community but have also inspired generations to come. As they step onto the grand stage of Croke Park, they carry with them the hopes and dreams of every Limerick resident. We believe in them, and we are confident that they will make us proud once again – Luimneach Abú”