Longwood GAA

Founded 1904

Co. Meath

Longwood face familiar rival on championship Sunday

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All roads lead to Boardsmill on Sunday morning when neighbours and rivals Longwood and Killyon square up to one another in Round 3 of the Senior Hurling Championship.

The game has been brought forward to 11.00 to allow people to travel on to Croke Park to cheer on the Meath Ladies in the All Ireland Final later on Sunday afternoon.

Killyon come into the game as favourites after convincing victories in the opening two rounds. Longwood have yet to taste victory but did put up a typically battling performance against Clann Na nGael in the previous round.

Much more will be required on Sunday - so set the alarm clock and make your way to Boardsmill to cheer on the boys.

Remember tickets must be purchased online in advance of the game. Cash will not be accepted at the gate.

To purchase your ticket please click on https://www.universe.com/events/meath-gaa-ted-murtagh-clothing-footwear-shc-killyon-v-longwood-tickets-SGBQPK?ref=universe-discover

Maigh Dearmhaí abú! 🏁🏁🏁🏁

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