Four ambassadors from Mayo, Monaghan, Kerry and Dublin were on hand and interviewed by Tomás O’Sé to get the Championships underway.
The Finals of the O’Connor Cup will take place this year at the newly-built Kerry GAA Centre of Excellence in Currans.
This will be the first official adult tournaments to be held there.
It will take place on the weekend of March 13th and 14th with the Final streamed live on the TG4 Sport YouTube Channel.
“This continues to be a hugely exciting time for Ladies Football and the LGFA, and in the year 2020, we are delighted to continue our sponsorship of the HEC Championships for a third year,” said Gourmet Food Parlour CEO Lorraine Heskin.
“We are extremely passionate about sport for women and our relationship with the LGFA is a wonderful fit for us. “
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association’s Higher Education Committee (HEC) will showcase the talents of 56 teams, representing 34 colleges, during the 2020 GFP Championships.
“The GFP O’Connor Cup weekend is one of the most high-profile and firmly-established on our annual calendar, and we look forward to many exciting games along the way, before our 2020 Champions are revealed,” added Ladies Gaelic Football Association CEO, Helen O’Rourke.
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