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GAA Announces Venues for Final All-Ireland SFC Group Stage Fixtures

GAA Announces Venues for Final All-Ireland SFC Group Stage Fixtures

The GAA has confirmed the neutral venues for the final round of fixtures in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship group stage, with a series of crucial matches scheduled for the weekend of June 15-16.

Sunday, June 16th Fixtures:

Louth vs. Kerry: Louth will face off against Kerry at Portlaoise, with the throw-in set for 3 pm. This match is pivotal for Louth as they seek to advance in the competition.

Meath vs. Monaghan: Meath will take on Monaghan at Kingspan Breffni, also kicking off at 3 pm. Both teams are aiming to secure their places in the knockout stages.

Dublin vs. Mayo: One of the most anticipated clashes, Dublin will meet Mayo at Roscommon’s Dr. Hyde Park, with the game starting at 3:45 pm. This match is expected to draw significant attention given the storied rivalry between the two teams.

Galway vs. Armagh: Earlier in the day, Galway will battle Armagh in Sligo, with the throw-in at 1:45 pm. Both teams are fighting for crucial points to ensure their progression.

Saturday, June 15th Fixtures:

Derry vs. Westmeath: Struggling Derry will need a positive result against Westmeath in Newry to keep their qualification hopes alive. This match is critical for Derry’s campaign.

Roscommon vs. Cavan: Later that evening, Roscommon will face Cavan in Longford. This encounter will be key for both teams as they aim to secure their positions in the competition.

Donegal vs. Clare: Donegal is set to clash with Clare in Castlebar. With both teams eager to advance, this promises to be a fiercely contested match.

Cork vs. Tyrone: Cork has the opportunity to top their group with a victory over Tyrone. The venue for this match will be determined after the Joe McDonagh final, as it will form part of a double-header with the Cork hurlers.

These fixtures mark the culmination of the group stages, with teams across the board vying for advancement in the All-Ireland SFC series. Fans can expect a weekend full of intense and thrilling Gaelic football action.

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