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The Seniors continued their unbeaten run in Division 1 with a 3-15 to 0-6 victory away to St Laurence’s. This win now sees them through to the League Final on June 3rd in Eire Og. The Girl’s final Round match is away against Maynooth next Monday the 29th at 1900HRS.

Our U14’s also won their playoff match against Ardlough to get through to the Shield Final on Sunday 28th in Eire Og.

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  • Unstoppable Ulster Retain Interprovincial Title May 22, 2017
    Ulster made it an incredible 6th MMI Interprovincial title in a row as they defeated Munster in a keenly contested final at Monaghan Harps to retain the title that they have now held since 2012. However, on the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Ulster Ladies Gaelic Football Association, it was Connacht and Munster […]
  • MMI Interprovincials Fixtures and Squads May 19, 2017
    The MMI Interprovincial Championships take place this Saturday in Monaghan Harps when Connacht, Munster and Ulster contest the coveted prize. Ulster will be hoping to become the longest reigning Interprovincial champions as they hope to make it a 6th title in a row. They boast a very strong squad as they defend their title with […]
  • Under 14 Blitz Round Up May 18, 2017
    On Saturday the 13th May, 28 teams from 21 Counties attended the All Ireland U14 blitz in Portlaoise GAA grounds, Laois. It was an early start for the teams with registration from 8.30am to 9.15am and our first games throwing in at 10am. Portlaoise was an exception to the rest of the country when it […]
  • Searching for ‘Lidl Future Stars’ May 18, 2017
    As proud supporters of Ladies Gaelic Football, Lidl Ireland wants players at every level to have the best possible chance at reaching their full sporting potential.  Lidl’s latest grassroots offering; ‘Lidl Future Stars’ aims at encouraging young female footballers to stay involved in team sports and unleash their full potential both on and off the […]
  • St. Nathy’s Reap the benefit of Gaelic4Girls Programme May 17, 2017
    We are delighted to see the Gaelic4Girls programme having such a great impact around the country. Here is another example of that success from St. Nathy’s Sligo We had 55 Members register for the G4G.  The attendance was high each week.  The Result of the programme for us is that (so far..)  out of the […]
  • Want to Become an Intercounty Referee? May 16, 2017
    The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is inviting anyone interested in reaching the top as a referee to take their first steps on the path to success. The National Referee Accelerate Programme is welcoming referees with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a referee to apply for a place on this intensive course. The […]
  • Dublin Maintain Under 16 Dominance May 15, 2017
    Dublin produced a championship winning second half performance in Saturdays Leinster A Final against Meath in Clane. This was Dublin’s 8th year in a row to top Leinster at u16 level. The game started off in the usual frenetic fashion and it was almost ten minutes into the game before a score was registered. A […]
  • Archibold Leads Westmeath to Lidl NFL Glory May 14, 2017
    LEONA Archibold scored 1-6 and claimed the player-of-the-match award as Westmeath saw off Cavan by 13 points in Sunday’s Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2 final replay.     Westmeath, Division 2 runners-up last year and in 2014, finally gained promotion to the top flight, capping a remarkable rise in recent years.  The Lake […]
  • Tipp Hold Nerve to claim Lidl Division 2 Replay May 14, 2017
    AISHLING Moloney and Aisling McCarthy contributed 0-11 between them as Tipperary were crowned Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 champions on Sunday. Despite losing three players to second half sin-binnings, and finishing the game with 13 players, Tipp held out in an enthralling replay against Wexford at St Brendan’s Park, Birr. Beaten finalists after […]
  • Munster Championship Begins This Weekend May 12, 2017
    Looking forward to the start of the 2017 TG4 Munster Senior and Intermediate Championships were Olivia Giltenane (Limerick), Laurie Ryan (Clare), Karen McGrath (Waterford), Caroline Kelly (Kerry), Eimear Scally (Cork) and Aisling McCarthy (Tipperary) at the recent Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Championship Launch. The games kick off on May 13th when Waterford play Kerry in […]

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  • RESULTS: Ulster claim Junior Interprovincial title May 21, 2017
      Junior Interprovincial Tournament Semi-Finals   Munster 3-11 Ulster 1-18   Connacht 0-07 Leinster 1-19   Junior Interprovincial Tournament Final   Ulster 3-13 Leinster 2-07
  • Ulster win Junior Interprovincial title May 21, 2017
      TWO goals at either end of the interval by Ciara Donnelly, allied with eight points from the magnificent Niamh Mallon gave Ulster a 3-11 to 2-7 victory over a gutsy Leinster in the Junior Interprovincial Camogie Final at the National Sp
  • Waterford, Derry and Dublin players claim inaugural Player of the League Awards May 19, 2017
      Waterford’s Beth Carton scooped the Division 1 Player of the League Award for the 2017 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues at the inaugural Camogie Association Player of the League Awards which were presented by Camogie Associatio
  • Be Happy by Becoming a Volunteer! May 17, 2017
      Be Happy by Becoming a Volunteer!   Happy National Volunteering Week to all our amazing volunteers in Camogie across the country and the Globe!  National Volunteering Week takes place from 15th to 21st May 2017. Did yo
  • Junior Interprovincial Tournament set for this Sunday May 15, 2017
      This year’s Junior Interprovincial Tournament will take place this Sunday, May 21st in the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown, Co. Dublin.   The day will begin at 12:15pm with Connacht facing Leinster before Mu
  • 2017 Cairde Camogie Season Tickets On Sale! May 12, 2017
      The 2017 Cairde Camogie Season ticket which provides access to all rounds of the 2017 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championships (Premier Junior, Intermediate & Senior) and the triple header All-Ireland Finals on
  • Camogie Tutors to Make a Difference! May 11, 2017
      CAMOGIE TUTORS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!   The last weekend of tutor training took place on Saturday May 6th & Sunday May 7th for newly trained Camogie tutors.  The course was delivered by Liam Moggan of Coaching Irela
  • Camogie Association Inaugural Player Awards for the 2017 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Nominees Announced May 11, 2017
        The nominees for the Camogie Association Inaugural Player Awards for the 2017 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues were announced today with players from across all three divisions of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues re
  • Hurl With Me Programme 2017- Clubs Announced May 5, 2017
    The clubs that will take part in the Hurl with Me Programme 2017  in association with the National Dairy Council have been announced!   The Hurl with Me Programme is a programme that supports parents’ involvement in the
  • Hurl Smart Week 2017 Announced! May 4, 2017
      Hurl Smart Week 2017 Announced!   The Camogie Association’s annually Hurl Smart Week will take place from Monday June 5th – Sunday June 11th.  Run a ‘Hurl Smart Week’ in your club and


  • Blow for Clare hurlers as former All-Star to take the year out on medical advice February 22, 2017
    Clare midfielder Conor Ryan is set to take the year out on medical advice after missing most of the 2016 season due to a virus. The Cratloe man was plagued by the virus throughout last year, making his impact on the Clare team minimal, and he will step away from playing this year according to […]
    James Donoghue
  • CPA raise fears over conflict of interest in RTÉ’s coverage of championship restructure February 22, 2017
    The Club Players Association have hit out at RTÉ’s coverage of the issues around reforming the football championship structure, suggesting that the State broadcaster have a conflict of interest when it comes to making a ‘Super Eight’ quarter-final structure. Padráic Duffy’s proposals would see two groups of four contesting the All-Ireland quarter-finals, meaning there would […]
    James Donoghue
  • A statistical look at why it would be completely foolish to write Kilkenny off just yet February 21, 2017
    “They look in real trouble. I know it’s early days but certainly they look like a team that just doesn’t have the quality to match their top-level opponents at the moment. “But Kilkenny have serious problems and even at this early stage it’s hard to see how they’re going to mount a challenge in 2017, […]
    Patrick Ward
  • Larkin questions workrate of young Kilkenny hurlers following Clare defeat February 21, 2017
    Retired Kilkenny hurler Eoin Larkin has defended the comments he made about the county’s young hurlers following their record loss to Clare on Sunday. The Cats were dismantled 2-19 to 0-12 by the Munster men in what was Brian Cody’s biggest ever defeat as Kilkenny manager, and Larkin took to Twitter to question the workrate […]
    Patrick Ward
  • Keane blow for Mayo as defender is set to undergo scan on injured knee February 21, 2017
    Mayo defender Kevin Keane will have his knee injury assessed after suffering a blow to it during the opening stages of the Club All-Ireland IFC final for his club Westport. The Connacht champions saw off St Colmcille’s of Meath in the decider, but they had to do it without Keane for the most part after […]
    James Donoghue
  • Kildare dealt a blow as former Aussie Rules player steps away from county panel February 20, 2017
    Kildare midfielder Seán Hurley has stepped away from the county panel to focus on recovering from a hip injury that has plagued his progress since he returned from Australia at the end of 2016. Kildare manager Cian O’Neill had hoped to give Hurley some game time in the National League, but his recovery from surgery on […]
    Patrick Ward
  • Winners and losers from round 2 of the National Hurling League February 20, 2017
    Winners Ger Cunningham and his young Dubs Páirc Úi Rinn hosted what many people envisage will be a pre cursor of the relegation playoff from Division 1B later this year, and it was with a great deal of surprise that Dublin came out as comfortable winners on their visit to Cork. The Rebels comprehensive win […]
    Patrick Ward
  • Kildare hurling boss Quaid hits out at former GAA president over ‘disparaging comments’ February 20, 2017
    Joe Quaid hit out at former GAA president Liam O’Neill following Kildare’s victory over Westmeath on Sunday afternoon, saying comments made by the Laois native were disparaging to those playing hurling in Kildare. Quaid was embroiled in a debate with O’Neill on RTÉ radio on Saturday afternoon regarding the amount of funding that hurling in […]
    James Donoghue
  • Davy admits promotion is in Wexford’s grasp but hopes Slaneysiders stay grounded February 20, 2017
    Wexford hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald admitted that promotion to Division 1A is within Wexford’s grasp at present, and if the Slaneysiders can remain focused ahead of their remaining 1B games they should go up to the top tier. Fitzgerald’s new side were superb on Sunday as they rallied from six points down to eventually pip […]
    The Gaanalyst
  • A Dublin hurler is playing a 2016 club relegation decider today less than 24-hours after playing Cork February 19, 2017
    Setanta Balymun are playing St Oliver Plunketts in the Dublin Senior hurling relegation decider today at Parnell Park. The losers will be relegated to the Senior B ranks next year so there is plenty on stake despite the unfortunate timing of the relegation final. The madness of this fixture is compounded by the fact that […]
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  • Leinster XV: Picking An All Star Team Ahead Of The Leinster Championship May 26, 2017
    Now that the Munster Championship has begun the hurling world’s focus switches to Leinster. Here we look at the Leinster Hurling Championship All Star team. Last week we picked our Munster hurling All Star XV. Now it is the turn of Leinster hurling to face judgement. This year’s Leinster Hurling Championship looks set to be one […]
    Kevin Daly
  • Cork Selector Eamonn Ryan: “They Don’t Seem To Do It On The Day” May 26, 2017
    Cork football selector Eamonn Ryan has stated that the heavy public criticism of the team has had an effect on the players.  The Rebels face Waterford in the Munster SFC quarter-final on Saturday in Dungarvan’s Fraher Field and go into the clash as strong favourites. However, the Cork footballers have been on a downward spiral […]
    Aaron Ward
  • Tipperary All-Star Nominee Set To Miss Championship After Club Incident May 26, 2017
    Tipperary could be without goalkeeper Evan Comerford for the Munster Championship an incident after a club game during the week with a former inter-county referee. It is being reported that the 22-year-old is in line for a 12-week ban – a suspension that would cover both club and inter-county games. Former All-Ireland final referee Paddy […]
    Joel Slattery
  • Dublin Vs Galway: Three Key Battles For Sunday’s Clash May 26, 2017
    Tullamore is the place to be this Sunday as Galway face a struggling Dublin side in their championship opener. The Leinster Championship kicks into gear with this quarter-final at the Offaly venue. In what is a repeat of the 2015 meeting at the same stage, the Dubs come into the game having been relegated from Division 1A […]
    Gavin Quinn
  • Ger Loughnane Rips Into “Limited” Tipperary Following Cork Loss May 25, 2017
    Tipperary are licking their wounds following their shock defeat to Cork on Sunday. After an All-Ireland triumph and easing their way into the League final, the Premier were being hyped up as perhaps being unstoppable in 2017. However, they have now lost back-to-back games, at the hands of Galway and Cork. Both losses came as […]
    Brian Barry
  • Dublin Hurling Star Eoghan O’Donnell Had An Unusual GAA Upbringing May 25, 2017
    Dublin take on Galway this weekend in the quarter-final of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship. For Ger Cunningham’s young side, it is about doing their talking on the field. The Boys in Blue were relegated from Division 1A in the League, after a winter of former players speaking out against the current regime. While there […]
    Brian Barry
  • Quiz: Can You Name Every All Ireland Football Final Goalscorer In The Last 10 Years? May 25, 2017
    As the Gaelic football provincial championships are now well underway in Connacht and Ulster, and we look ahead to a summer of some thrills and spills in Munster and Leinster before the All Ireland series, excitement amongst fans to see how far their team can go this year is peaking.  The goal of scaling the […]
    Aaron Ward
  • Watch: Laois Man Zach Tuohy Scores Cracking Long-Range Goal For Geelong In The AFL May 25, 2017
    Former Laois minor star and Portlaoise club man Zach Tuohy scored an absolutely wonderful goal for the Geelong Cats against Port Adelaide at Simonds Stadium in Geelong on Thursday, thumping the ball between the centre posts from over 50 metres out late in the opening quarter. Zach Tuohy launches and SCORES! #AFLCatsPower — AFL […]
    Seamus Raftery
  • Tyrone Looking For More Than A Positive Result Against Derry May 25, 2017
    Tyrone become the latest big gun to open their championship campaign on Sunday when they face Derry for a spot in the Ulster semi-final against Donegal. With Monaghan, Mayo and Rory Gallagher’s men already having started 2017 with a win, it is the turn of Mickey Harte’s side to show what they can do, in […]
    Joel Slattery
  • Quiz: Can You Name The County of These GAA Stars? May 25, 2017
    This GAA quiz starts off very easy but it’s not long before you can get caught out. As we head into the summer months, you might be seeing a lot more of these players in both codes. Another exciting weekend will feature Dublin facing Galway in Tullamore for a place in the Leinster Hurling Championship […]
    Gavin Quinn

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