After Lilywhite victory Mayo face Wee County

Camogie: National Camogie League

Winning feeling: The Mayo camogie squad who beat Kildare last weekend. Photo: Mayo Camogie Board

Winning feeling: The Mayo camogie squad who beat Kildare last weekend. Photo: Mayo Camogie Board

The Mayo senior camogie team are looking to put together back-to-back wins tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Louth to Tooreen in their final round robin game in Division 4 of the National Camogie League.

Mayo will be full of confidence heading into the game on the back of their round two win over Kildare last weekend, where Jimmy Lyons' side ran out 1-14 to 0-4 winners over the Lilywhites.

The drive to victory was backboned by midfielder, Meabh Delaney, who posted seven points during the course of the game, having got 1-2 the previous week against Roscommon.

Aoife Lilly's goal last weekend seven minutes into the second half was the decisive score to put away the challenge of their visitors.

The rest of the scores were shared around the Mayo attack, with Orna Hession getting three points, Erin Murray a brace and Lisa Scahill getting a point from full forward - having got a goal the previous week against Roscommon.

Mayo's visitors this weekend will head to Tooreen on the back of two successive defeats, going down to Kildare in round one and another big loss last weekend at home to Roscommon.

Mayo manager Lyons made a number of positional changes to his side last weekend from the one that faced Roscommon the previous week, with Aine Charlton moving to the middle of the park and Murray moving into the half forward line and Aoife Doherty moving out from the full back slot to take the number six shirt for the game.

He also gave six players game time from the bench as he looked to give game time experience to his squad during the league campaign.

 

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