Meath v Longford in Lanesboro

Friday, 21st February, 2014 11:09am

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Meath v Longford in Lanesboro

Meath minor manager Eoin Carroll.

Meath v Longford in Lanesboro

Meath minor manager Eoin Carroll.

Meath will play Longford in the semi-final of the Leinster MFL at Lanesboro tomorrow (Saturday) following their midweek win against Carlow at Pairc Tailteann. The game at Lanesboro will start at 1pm and the other semi-final will also throw-in at the same time between Offaly and Cork at Clonbullogue.


Travelling to Lanesboro.

Two choices eighter via Longford or go to Mullingar and take the Ballymahon road towards Roscommon. (If searching a route on the web spell Lanesborough)

The final will take place the following Saturday at 4pm with a venue to be announced after the semi-finals although it’s understood that if Meath win tomorrow that they will have home advantage in the decider.

St Patrick’s CS, Navan will be on duty also on Saturday 1st March in the Leinster PP Schools’ SFC semi-final against Colaiste Eoin at 2pm at a neutral venue still to be announced.


The Leinster MHL will also start on Saturday 1st March (4.0) and the first round fixtures are as follows with first-named team at home.

Kildare v Wicklow
Carlow v Antrim
Westmeath v Offaly
Meath v Down

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