Lidl All-Ireland PPS finals preview

We caught up with the coach and players of John the Baptist Community School, Hospital in advance of their big game tomorrow.

John the Baptist School Hospital Coach & Players

Lidl All-Ireland PPS finals previewWe caught up with the coach and players of John the Baptist Community School, Hospital in advance of their big game tomorrow. The Lidl Senior All Ireland Post Primary School "A' Final take place this tomorrow at Cusack Park (Mullingar) with throw in at 1pm.The Limerick team play St Ciaran’s Ballygawley (Tyrone). St. Ciaran’s are hoping to build on the success that they experienced when winning the Junior A title in 2014 and they can still call on several of those players.The St. Ciaran’s side also have plenty of experience with several of their players already playing Intermediate football with Tyrone and their manager is Tyrone captain, Neamh Woods. St. John the Baptist have made incredible progress in recent years and this is the 4th Lidl PPS All Ireland Final that they will have contested since 2008. Indeed, their experiences in All Ireland finals have mainly been very positive having claimed the Lidl Senior B All Ireland title just last year.From everyone at Sporting Limerick we wish the girls all the best and let's hope they return victorious.

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Lidl Senior All Ireland Post Primary School “A’ Final take place this tomorrow at Cusack Park (Mullingar) with throw in at 1pm.

The Limerick team play St Ciaran’s Ballygawley (Tyrone). St. Ciaran’s are hoping to build on the success that they experienced when winning the Junior A title in 2014 and they can still call on several of those players.

The St. Ciaran’s side also have plenty of experience with several of their players already playing Intermediate football with Tyrone and their manager is Tyrone captain, Neamh Woods.

St. John the Baptist have made incredible progress in recent years and this is the 4th Lidl PPS All Ireland Final that they will have contested since 2008. Indeed, their experiences in All Ireland finals have mainly been very positive having claimed the Lidl Senior B All Ireland title just last year.

From everyone at Sporting Limerick we wish the girls all the best and let’s hope they return victorious.