UPDATE: Kildare reportedly refusing to move to Croke Park

Lots of activity behind the scenes

Tommy Callaghan


Tommy Callaghan



Kildare agree to move to Croke Park for Mayo clash

Croke Park have announced that the Kildare v Mayo game will be moved from St Conleth’s Park to Croke Park, Saturday with a 7 pm throw-in, in a double game programme, Cavan v Tyrone throwing in at 5 pm.

However the Leinster Leader understands that Kildare Co. Board are refusing to move from St Conleth's Park and have informed Croke Park of same.

SEE PREVIOUS STORY: Qualifiers: Pressure to move out of Newbridge should be resisted come what may

A statement is due to be released on behalf of the Kildare County Board this evening. Update: The statement has confirmed that the Kildare GAA County Board is refusing to play the match in Croke Park.

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