Ladies Football hosts three finals in a day

Ladies Gaelic Football puts on one of its biggest days this weekend when it stages the Division one, two and three finals of the Bord Gais Energy National League at Parnell Park in Dublin.

Fans and players from Westmeath, Leitrim, Mayo, Galway, Cork and Monaghan will arrive for the triple header culmination of the League campaign and all three games will be televised on TG4.

This is the fourth year of the Bord Gais Energy sponsorship and is one of the most succesful involvements in womens sport with Ladies Football now boasting more than 1,000 affiliated clubs through the country.  The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has targetted membership of 200,000 players by 2016.

“Bord Gáis Energy are delighted to have been involved once again with the Ladies Gaelic Football Association in this our fourth year,” said Sponsorship Ambassador Ger Cunningham.

“We would like to take this opportunity to compliment TG4 for the wonderful service that they provide to Ladies Football and it is great to see that they will be once again showing all three finals live on Saturday. It is great exposure for the fastest growing female sport in Ireland.”

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