Louth's Kate Flood. (Pic: Arthur Kinahan)
Louth ladies will go in search of their third league win of the
Despite losing their most recent match away to Fermanagh, Louth manager Micheál McKeown remains in a positive mood, though he has warned against complacency despite Derry having lost each of their opening three outings.
McKeown said: “We're still top even after the match last Sunday (week) which, one, I thought would be called off because the weather was deplorable and, two, because it took us
“And when you consider we had 20-wides and missed seven close-in
“Strangely, when you look at some of their results, Derry scored 1-7 against Fermanagh. That's a good score, it's just that they're coming up against good teams.
Louth will have to plan for this weekend's match without the services of Shannen McLoughlin, Éilís Hand
Having trained at DkIT in pre-season, McKeown's side