Draw made for 2019 Fitzgibbon & Sigerson Cups

The draw for the 2019 Fitzgibbon Cup has been made today with reigning champions UL paired with UCC, NUIG and UCD in Group A. The trophy has been won by a Limerick college for the past five years.

5 December 2018; Ronan Lynch of University of Limerick at the Electric Ireland Higher Education GAA Championships Launch and Draw at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

LIT who are without Davy Fitz at the helm for the first time in seventeen years will be in group B with 2017 finalists IT Carlow, Trinity College and the Garda College.

Champions of 2016 and 2017 Mary I are drawn in Group D with DIT and Maynooth University and will be heavy favourites to progress.

Meanwhile, UL have been drawn to face DIT in Dublin in the opening round of the Sigerson Cup.

5 December 2018; In attendance are footballers, from left, Keelan Sexton of University of Limerick, Anthony Casey of CIT, Gavin Crowley of IT Tralee, Padraig Fogarty of Maynooth University, Barry Dan O’Sullivan of UCD with the Sigerson Cup, Terence O’Brien of Ulster University, Shehroz Akram of DCU Dochas Eireann and Ciaran Russell of Garda College at the Electric Ireland Higher Education GAA Championships Launch and Draw at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

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