The LGFA’s Commercial and Communications Manager Jackie Cahill will MC the Live event, while LGFA President, Marie Hickey, and Ard Stiúrthóir TG4, Alan Esslemont, will conduct the draws.
There will be twelve counties in the bowl for the Senior Championship, 13 at Intermediate level and six at Junior.
The Senior Championship will have four groups, each containing three teams.
The Intermediate Championship will be made up of four groups, with three teams in three groups, and four in Group 4.
An open draw will determine two groups of three teams each in the Junior Championship, with the top two in each group to progress to the semi-finals following the round-robin phase.
In both the Intermediate and Senior Championships, the top team in each group will progress straight through to the semi-finals.
There are four seeded teams in the Senior Championship – holders Dublin, 2019 runners-up Galway, and last year’s beaten semi-finalists Cork and Mayo.
There are also four seeded teams in the Intermediate Championship draw, namely Westmeath, who were relegated from the Senior grade last year, 2019 Intermediate runners-up Meath, and last year’s beaten semi-finalists Sligo and Roscommon.
Championship dates will be agreed upon and circulated in due course.
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