U14's gear up for 2019 John West All-Ireland Feile Peile na nOg finals

U14's gear up for 2019 John West All-Ireland Feile Peile na nOg finals

Gaelic football from across the UK will be well represented at the John West All-Ireland Under 14 Boys and Girls football competitions in Ireland next weekend.

The Annual competition which has grown hugely in recent years, will see the biggest numbers of teams ever, with British representatives joining their Irish counterparts and teams from the US and Australia for the Annual festival of football.

In Boys football, South London will be aiming to build on their Division 2 success last year, when they face into top flight action for the first time.

They are placed in Group B in Division 1, where Claregalway are hosts.

North London will contest Division 3, and will be hosted by Galway Gaeltacht club Michael Breathnach in Group C.

Hertfordshire will battle for Division 7 silverware, and are hosted by Menlough of Galway in Group B.

Warwickshire and Gloucestershire are in Division 8 Group A and B respectively, with Sligo's Eastern Harps and St Ciaran's of Roscommon their respective hosts.

Scotland and Lancashire head to Sligo and Roscommon

Scotland and Lancashire contest Division 9 with Drumcliffe Rosses Point and Castlerea hosting.

In Girls football, London, Lancashire, Warwickshire, Scotland, Gloucestershire and Hertfordshire all have teams involved.

In Division 7 London are placed in Group A where they will be hosted by St Mary's Athenry of Galway.

In Division 10, Lancashire are in Group A where they are hosted by Calry St. Joseph's of Sligo; Scotland are hosted by Drumcliffe Rosses Point of Sligo in Group B, with Warwickshire in Group C where Owenmore Gaels of Sligo are hosts. In Group D of the same Division, Gloucestershire and Hertfordshire are both hosted by Roscommon Clubs. Kilbride host Gloucestershire and Roscommon Gaels entertain Hertfordshire.

In total there are 13 divisions in Boys Football and seven in Girls Football, with semi-finals and finals taking place across Connacht on Sunday.