Dublin LGFA has 68 affiliated clubs located right across the County providing Gaelic football for women and girls of all ages.
Anyone who is interested in taking up Gaelic football in 2018 or is maybe considering returning to the sport can find out more about joining their local club by simply dropping us an email to; firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to tell us what area you live in and Dublin LGFA will point you in the right direction and will happily provide you with contact information for your local club. ... See MoreSee Less
***THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to announce details of the inaugural LGFA Volunteer of the Year awards***
Administrators, coaches and media are among those who will be honoured across seven categories, and the awards will be presented at Croke Park on Saturday, February 17.
This new LGFA scheme will recognise winners from 2017 in the following categories:
• Committee Officer of the Year • Club Coach of the Year • Youth Volunteer of the Year • School Coach of the Year • PRO (Public Relations Officer) of the Year • Local Journalist of the Year • Overall Volunteer of the Year
The Overall Volunteer of the Year will receive the Lulu Carroll award, named after the late Lulu Carroll, who was a 2001 All-Ireland senior medallist with Laois.
Lulu, who passed away in 2007, was a committed servant to Ladies Football at club and county levels, and one of the game’s most popular and well-known figures.
Lulu, a former All-Star recipient, also won eight Leinster titles with Laois, along with six county senior titles and a provincial crown at club level with Timahoe.
Dublin LGFA are honoured to receive The Echo Leading Light Award at last night's Echo Sports Awards ceremony held in the Green Isle Hotel, pictured collecting the award on behalf of the Dublin Ladies senior football team is Olwen Carey. #EchoSportAwards ... See MoreSee Less
Dublin LGFA in association with New Ireland Assurance is delighted to announce the line- up of our 2017 Junior Dub Stars teams. Dublin LGFA first introduced the Junior Dub Stars concept back in 2015 since then the Junior event has proven to be tremendous success providing a perfect platform to recognise and acknowledge the commitment and dedication of our Junior club players.
The two panels this season have been increased slightly from 25 to 26 thus providing 52 players representing 41 junior clubs from right across the County the opportunity to wear a Dub Stars jersey.
Each player chosen as a Junior Dub Star will each receive a full Dub Stars kit along with a specially commissioned Dub Stars commemorative medal.
Ciara McDunphy (Raheny) and Gillian McCluskey (Erins Isle) will captain the sides in recognition of their respective clubs winning the Junior B and Junior C New Ireland Assurance club championships in 2017.
The Junior Dub Stars game will get proceedings underway in DCU (St Clare’s) at 11:30am followed by the senior game at 1.30pm, Senior Dub Stars versus All Ireland champions, Dublin.
Admission to the Dub Stars event on January 14th in DCU will be free of charge however patrons will be encouraged to support a bucket collection in aid of our official charity partner (TBC).
Junior Dub Stars (Blue Team): Karen Cooney (Ballyboden St Endas B), Kate Fagan (Ballyboughal), Eilis Davenport (Ballymun Kickhams), Niamh Rafferty (Castleknock B), Jenny Kelly (Clanna Gael Fontenoy B), Laura Burke (Clontarf B), Roisin Doyle (Craobh Chiarain), Tara Byrne Seery (Erins Isle), Ailise Duffy (Fingallians B), Edel Quinn (Garristown), Laura McManus (Garristown), Kate Murray (Kilmacud Crokes B), Julie Garry (Man O War B), Eimear Mairtin (Naomh Olaf), Chloe Downs (Parnells B), Ciara McDunphy (Raheny) captain, Deirdre Breathnach (Ranelagh Gaels), Shauna Allen (Robert Emmets), Molly Power (Scoil Ui Chonaill), Erin Fadian (St Brendan’s), Oonagh McCarthy (St James Gaels), Gaby Couch (St Oliver Plunketts ER), Kate Boylan (St Patricks Donabate), Lisa Sweeney (St Peregrines), Rachel Cleary (Templeogue Synge St), Anne Whelan (Wanderers).
Blue Management Team: Ciaran McEllistrim (Raheny), Gerry Rooney (Ballyboughal), Damian Murray (St Oliver Plunketts Eoghan Ruadh).
Junior Dub Stars (Navy Team): Louise Fagan (Ballyboughal), Amy Morgan (Crumlin), Alison Hickey (Cuala B), Gillian McCluskey (Erins Isle) Captain, Amy McCaffrey (Fingal Ravens), Elaine Bolger (Foxrock Cabinteely B), Olivia Crossan (Foxrock Cabinteely C), Ailish Neville (Na Fianna B), Aisling Frier (Na Fianna C), Hannah Collins (Naomh Mearnog), Clara O'Sullivan (Naomh Olaf), Lauren Sweeney (O'Dwyers), Olivia McLoughlin (Raheny), Yvonne Twomey (Ranelagh Gaels), Rebecca Grimes (Round Towers Lusk), Christine Dilworth (St Brendan’s), Cathy May (St Finian's Newcastle), Laurie Baxter (St Finians Swords), Aoife Keyes (St Jude’s B), Naomi Leonard (St Monica's), Anne McSweeney (St Oliver Plunketts ER), Rachel Staunton (Stars of Erin), Rita Carroll (Thomas Davis B), Linda Deasy (Thomas Davis B), Rachael O'Shea (Trinity Gaels), Hannah Brunton (Whitehall Colmcille).
Navy Management Team: Martin Mitchell (Erins Isle), Ann O’Connell (Garristown), James McGinley (St Brendan’s).