Tipperary has a rich and successful history in ladies football having contested finals at Senior and Intermediate levels on no fewer than 6 occasions including winning the very first final in 1974. The players that made up all 6 squads have been invited to return to Croke Park this September to take part in the 40th Ladies All Ireland Football Final Celebrations on September 29th.
On July 18th, 1974, the first meeting of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association was held at Hayes Hotel in Thurles. Later that same year the first Senior Ladies All Ireland Football Final took place with Tipperary winning the crown. On September 29th, 2013 the 40th Senior Ladies All Ireland Football Final will take place at Croke Park and to mark the occasion every player that represented their county in the All Ireland Final is being invited to attend the 40th All Ireland Final in September.
Over the period of the last 40 years some of the players that have contested the finals have inevitably lost contact with their county boards. We are asking anyone that has played in a final or anyone that knows somebody that played in a final to either get in contact with their local county board or to contact the LGFA directly with their details.
Any former players or anyone with information can contact the Ladies Gaelic Football Association on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01 836 3156