The referees for the Irish Daily Star National League Finals have been confirmed with Owen Elliott of Antrim overseeing the Division One final meeting between Cork and Galway in Semple Stadium, Thurles on Sunday, May 3rd at 1.30pm.
Elliott, a member of the All Saints Club in Ballymena previously took charge of the All Ireland Senior Championship semi-finals (2013, 2012), All Ireland Club Championship Finals (2012, 2011) and the All Ireland Intermediate Championship Final in 2010.
Eamon Cassidy of Derry will referee the Division Two final meeting between Laois and Waterford in Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow on Saturday, May 2nd. Cassidy has previously taken charge of numerous Ulster Club Finals and the Division Two National League semi-final. He is a former senior inter-county footballer for Derry and won honours at provincial, under-21 and minor level for the county.
John Dermody of the Lough Lene Gaels Club, Westmeath is in charge of the Division Three Final between Carlow and Dublin in Cusack Park, Mullingar on Sunday at 1.30pm. He has previously taken charge of the Division Four semi-final and numerous County Finals.
Michael Ward of the Borris-in-Ossory Club, Laois will take charge of the Division Four Final meeting between Kerry and Meath in St. Brendan’s Park, Birr, also on Sunday, May 3rd at 2.30pm. Ward has previously taken charge of the Division Three and Four semi-finals, numerous Post-Primary All Ireland Schools Finals and provincial inter-county finals.
*Pictured Owen Elliott of Antrim