UPDATE: Kildare reportedly refusing to move to Croke Park

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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 Conlelth'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.

SEE ALSO: VOTE: Should Kildare refuse to play Mayo in Croke Park this weekend?

SEE ALSO: WATCH: Kildare manager Cian O'Neill says Kildare will not play in Croke Park; will be togged out in Newbridge this Saturday