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David Gough confirmed as All-Ireland SFC Final referee

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The GAA has confirmed the referees and match officials for the 2019 GAA Football All-Ireland Senior and Minor Championship finals on September 1.

David Gough from Meath will take charge of the All-Ireland Senior final between Dublin and Kerry, while Noel Mooney from Cavan will officiate the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Final between Cork and Galway.

This will be Gough's first time to referee an All-Ireland SFC Final.

Gough, who is a member of the Slane club, was the man-in-the middle for the 2015 Minor Final between Kerry and Tipperary, and he has also refereed the 2013 All-Ireland Under 21 final in between Cork and Galway, the 2017 Connacht Final, the 2018 Ulster Final, and the 2018 AIB Senior Club Final.

In this years Football Championship, Gough refereed the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals between Mayo and Donegal and Dublin and Cork, the Ulster Semi Final between Donegal and Tyrone, and the Connacht semi-final between Mayo and Roscommon.

In the Allianz League this year, Gough refereed the Kerry v Tyrone, Down v Westmeath, Cavan v Roscommon and Cork v Donegal matches

His umpires on the day will be Dean Gough, Eugene Gough, Stephen Gough, and Terry Gough, who are all members of the Slane club.

Corks Conor Lane will be the standby referee. The other linesman is Barry Cassidy Derry and the Sideline official will be Sean Hurson Tyrone.

Cavan native, Noel Mooney, will referee the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Final. Cavan native, Noel Mooney, will referee the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Final.

Noel Mooney, who will be officiating the Electric Ireland Minor final, is a member of the Cavan Gaels club.

In this years football championship Noel refereed the All Ireland Quarter Final Phase 3 clash of Cork and Roscommon, the Ulster Club Final between Scotstown and Gweedore, the Leinster Championship clash of Wicklow and Kildare, and the All-Ireland SFC Qualifier game between Antrim and Kildare.

In the Allianz League, Noel refereed Louth v Longford, Roscommon v Tyrone, and Kildare v Tipperary.

His umpires on the day will be Michael Mooney, Michael Graham, Berney Quinn and Martin Sheridan all members of Cavan Gaels Club

Roscommons Paddy Neilan will be the standby referee, the other linesman is Brendan Cawley Kildare, and the Sideline Official will be Jerome Henry Mayo.

01.09.2018 Sun

th Cliath v Ciarra RT/SKY Sports

Pirc an Chrcaigh, 15.30

Referee: David Gough An Mh

Stand By: Conor Lane Corcaigh

Linesman: Barry Cassidy Doire

Sideline: Sean Hurson Tr Eoghain

Umpires:Dean Gough, Eugene Gough, Terry Gough and Stephen Gough, all Slane Club.

Corcaigh v Gaillimh TG4

Pirc an Chrcaigh, 13.00

Referee: Noel Mooney An Cabhn

Stand By: Paddy Neilan Ros Comin

Linesman: Brendan Cawley Cill Dara

Sideline: Jerome Henry Maigh Eo

Umpires:Michael Mooney, Michael Graham, Berney Quinn and Martin Sheridan all Cavan Gaels Club.

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