FOOTBALL: Dublin take on Meath in this weekend’s All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final

FOOTBALL: Dublin take on Meath in this weekend’s All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final

(Dublin manager Mick Bohan/Meath manager Eamonn Murray pictured at an AIG-LGFA media event with Croke Park in the background. He/They are looking forward to welcoming 40,000 fans into Croke Park for Sunday’s All-Ireland final. AIG is the official insurance partner of the LGFA and also announced a new 15% discount off car insurance for all LGFA members at Photo (c) Sportsfile)


Ahead of this year’s highly anticipated All-Ireland Ladies Gaelic Football Finals, Dublin manager Mick Bohan and Meath manager Eamonn Murray were on hand to launch AIG’s new 15% Off Car Insurance offer to LGFA members*.

Mick Bohan’s Dubs will be eager to finish off another successful year with an impressive fifth All-Ireland title in-a-row. This is the first time Meath have contested the Senior Championship final having taken the Intermediate title late last year. The history-makers will be aiming to dethrone their neighbours in the Senior Championship decider which will be part of a triple header.

AIG, proud Official Insurance Partner to the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, is calling on fans to get behind their respective counties for the occasion. The 2021 All-Ireland Finals will see Croke Park welcome 40,000 fans from across the country back to the stadium. For those who will be unable to make it to the venue, all matches will be broadcast live on TG4. Wicklow and Antrim will be opening up the day in the Junior Final at 11.45am, followed by Westmeath and Wexford who face off in the Intermediate Final at 1.45pm before the Senior Final at 4.15pm.

Commenting on the launch, Aidan Connaughton, General Manager at AIG Ireland, said; “AIG is proud to partner with both the Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Association and the LGFA and we look forward to a highly anticipated senior final on Sunday. We have always been passionate supporters of the communities we serve across Ireland and of diversity, equity and inclusion, backing women’s sport for a number of years.

All of Sunday’s finals will draw great crowds and be shown live to a national audience that will get to witness the great skills of these talented athletes and teams who are competing for the silverware and we wish all the teams, players and officials across junior, intermediate and senior levels, the very best of luck”

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