LGFA set All-Ireland dates for Croke Park LGFA set All-Ireland dates for Croke Park
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association announced the Senior and Intermediate finals will be held on December 20th LGFA set All-Ireland dates for Croke Park
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The Dublin ladies will be hoping to hold on to their title for the fourth year in a row.

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) has announced that the All-Ireland Senior and Intermediate finals will be played in Croke Park on December 20th.

This follows the Camogie Association’s announcement last week that the Senior Camogie final will be held in Croker on December 12th, the day before the Senior Hurling final, while the Senior Football decider will take place on December 19th, the day before the Ladies Football.

In a statement, the LGFA said the Junior final will be played in an alternate venue, due to limits on the usage of Croke Park this year due to all championship in all codes running together.

Round one of the Senior and Intermediate championships will take place on the weekend of October 31st, allowing for a two-week break between the group stages and the semi-finals, which will be played on the weekend of November 28th.

Reigning champions Dublin will take on Donegal in the first round of the Senior championship, while last year’s Intermediate winners Tipperary will face a tough welcome to the Senior-fold, meeting 2019 finalists Galway.

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