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Draft Memorandums of Understanding agreed between the GAA, LGFA and Camogie

  The GAA, Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are pleased to announce that draft memorandums of understanding have been agreed between the GAA and the Camogie Association, and between the GAA and the LGFA. The proposed memorandums seek to establish stronger links between the three organisations and are the result of over six months of separate discussion by the GAA with both organisations. The memorandums will become effective only when they have been approved by the Central Council of each organisation. In the case of the Camogie Association, a proposal to approve the memorandum will be...

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National League Division 3 – Round 3 – Roscommon v Meath

  Venue: St. Lomans GAA, Mullingar February 18th 2018 Referee: Mel Kenny Half Time: Roscommon 2 – 05 – Meath 0 – 08 Final Score: Roscommon 2- 09 – Meath 0 – 12   You could say goals win matches but that’s not always true, even though Roscommon scored two on Sunday afternoon in St Lomans grounds Mullingar. Roscommon won because they were the better team. Often it’s as simple and unarguable as that. Faster, not fitter but hungrier than Meath, Roscommon dug out a hard fought win on a typical grey February Sunday!   From the off the...

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Ladies Gaelic Football Association statement re Kerry LGFA

At a Management Committee meeting of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) Central Council, held on Tuesday, February 20, correspondence arising from the current dispute in Kerry LGFA was discussed.   While it was deemed that the situation did not warrant an official LGFA investigation, the Management Committee agreed that the matters raised can only be solved by internal dialogue within Kerry.   To that end, they are arranging for a club forum to be convened in Kerry at the earliest possible opportunity.   This forum will be overseen by the LGFA’s Development team, where representatives from all clubs in Kerry will be invited to attend.   It is hoped that this will lead...

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North East Inner City Sport & Wellbeing Proposal in conjunction with LGFA and Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football   

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to announce details of a North East Inner City (Dublin) Sport and Wellbeing proposal, in conjunction with Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football. Under the terms of this project, the LGFA and Dublin LGFA will, in conjunction with Dublin City Council, commit to developing a quality school club link programme that will: Promote teenage girls being active via Ladies Football in North East Inner City Dublin. Create a culture of Ladies Football in the proposed school(s)…a sense of pride! Provide a fun four-week programme of Ladies Gaelic Football activities to attract new girls aged 13-15...

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“What she brings to the club is beyond words” – Sheena Byrne’s family, friends and club-mates pay tribute in surprise video

LAST Saturday evening (February 17), at Croke Park, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association presented its inaugural Volunteer of the Year awards. Winners were honoured in seven categories for 2017, with Sheena Byrne taking home the prestigious Lulu Carroll award after she was named as Overall Volunteer of the Year. The LGFA commissioned this special video for Sheena, which was broadcast at the event before she stepped on stage to receive her award. Sheena was presented with the Lulu Carroll award by Marie Hickey, President of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, and Lulu’s mother, Angela. (Video credit:...

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