Who’ll write The Final Chapter on September 16th when the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football finals are played out at Croke Park?
As the countdown continues to Finals Sunday, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association has put together a comic-strip style video which looks back on the story so far!
First on the triple-bill at Croke Park is the meeting of Louth and Limerick in the junior decider at 11.45am, a game that is a repeat of the 2010 junior final between the counties.
Following that, at 1.45pm, it’s 2017 runners-up Tyrone against Meath for the Mary Quinn Memorial Cup, and the honour of being crowned All-Ireland intermediate champions.
And at 4pm, it’s champions Dublin and Cork in another TG4 All-Ireland senior final.
The counties previously met in the 2009, 2014, 2015 and 2016 senior finals, with Cork winning on all four occasions.
Can Dublin finally get one over on their rivals from the South, and retain the Brendan Martin Cup?
You can be there to witness all of the action, and find out who saves the day, by booking your tickets now.
Adults €25; Student/Senior Citizen/U16 – €10; Group Tickets – via the office only – 1 Adult & 10 Kids (U16) @ €5 each – €55; Family ticket: (2 adults €25 each + €5 per child).
Tickets available via the LGFA office, http://lgfa.tickets.ie/ and all GAA ticket outlets.
LGFA office: 01-8363156, email: firstname.lastname@example.org