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Dunboyne Pip Simonstown In Meath D1 Final

Ladies Adult League Division 1 Final Dunganny April 14th 2018 Dunboyne v Simonstown Half Time: Dunboyne 0-4 Simonstown 0-8. Full Time: Dunboyne 2-8 Simonstown 0-13 Referee: Paul Brogan Frankie went to Hollywood, Dunboyne and Simonstown went to Dunganny and two tribes went to war. Those two outfits have battled over the years. They say familiarity breeds contempt, it can also breed respect. And that’s what we got today, respect, two teams coming to town to play football, winner talking all; the 2017 league final was at stake with its attendant silver wear. A strong wind swept down the middle...

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LGFA statement re Lidl All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Junior C final

THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association wishes to announce that Sunday’s (April 15) scheduled Lidl Post Primary Schools All-Ireland Junior C final between St Mary’s High School, Midleton (Cork), and St Clare’s Comprehensive, Manorhamilton (Leitrim), will not go ahead as planned at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, county Galway. St Mary’s informed the LGFA via email on Friday evening (April 13), at 4.59pm, that they were not in a position to fulfil the fixture. Alternative dates had been suggested in recent weeks for this fixture but as agreement could not be reached between the competing schools, the LGFA informed both schools last...

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Ladies Football Previews: 4 Lidl All-Ireland Post Primary School Titles Up For Grabs Over The Weekend

Saturday 14th April 2018 Lidl All Ireland Post Primary School Senior A Final – (Result on the Day) Loreto, Clonmel, Tipperary v Loreto, Cavan, 3.00pm, Coralstown/Kinnegad, Westmeath The Lidl PPS senior A final is a novel all-Loreto pairing. Loreto Clonmel, from county Tipperary, tackle their Cavan counterparts in what should be a cracking game at Coralstown/Kinnegad. Both teams have come through a tough route to reach the prestigious decider, as Loreto Clonmel, who were beaten All-Ireland B finalists last year, claimed Munster A glory in 2018 after playing four games. They defeated Scoil Mhuire, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary), St Augustine’s, Dungarvan...

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Hat-trick From Birchall Leads Kildare To Victory

Leinster U16 Championship – round 3 Meath v Kildare Hawkfield Sunday April 8th Half time: Meath 0-04 – Kildare 1-06 Full time: Meath 2-09 – Kildare 5 -14 Hawkfield was the venue for the round 3 fixture in the Leinster LGFA U16 ‘A’ Championship today. Referee Ciaran Groome threw in the ball and both teams started what was to be an epic match. Kildare got themselves on the scoreboard first with a point which settled them into the game. Kildare chalked up another point when Aoife Rattigan converted a wonderful free. Meath came close to undoing this but Kildare’s...

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Shane O’Neill’s Club Notes

Senior Ladies Our senior ladies were scheduled to play Armagh Harps in the league on Saturday evening but with waterlogged pitches in both Camlough and Armagh the game was postponed. The girls are scheduled to travel to play Grange next Saturday evening at 7.00pm. Training continues this Monday and Thursday evening at 7.00pm. Minor Girls Training for our minor girls continues this Monday and Thursday evening at 7.00pm. U16 Girls Our U16 girls travel to play Killeavy on Monday evening with the game throwing in at 7.00pm. All girls are asked to meet at Shane’s no later than 6.00pm....

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