Donegal and the Blues lead the way in the early going, each team with 100% record. Kerry are also flying high with 5 points from a possible 6. The Gaels and Tones are also also sporting unbeaten records. Galway, Christopher's and Aidan McAnespies have each lost a game, but are very much in the playoff hunt, while Cork Mayo and Armagh-Notre Dame will be hoping to turn things around and take points of teams above them.
Saturday June 16
Pope John Paul Park, Dorchester Ma.
10:00 St Brendan's Blitz
1:00 Junior C Hurling: Hartford v Worcester
5:00 Junior B Football: Kerry v Hartford
ICC, Canton Ma.
4:15 Junior A Football: Aidan McAnespies v Connemara Gaels
5:30 Senior Football: Mayo v Shannon Blues
5:45 Junior B Football: Armagh-Notre Dame v New England Celtics
Sunday June 17
ICC Canton, Ma.
11:30 Ladies Senior Football: Tir na nOg v Connacht Ladies
12:45 Senior Football: Galway v Armagh-Notre Dame
2-2:30 Youth Games
2:30 Senior Football: Christopher's v Wolfe Tones
3:45 Senior Hurling: Wexford v Fr. Tom Burke's
5:00 Senior Football: Donegal v Connemara Gaels
12:30 Junior B Football: Mayo v Cork