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Lyndsey Davey BUA Ambassador

June 15, 2021
LGFA today confirmed Dublin star Lyndsey Davey as ambassador for the Association’s new ‘BUA’ Leadership programme.  The five-time TG4 All-Ireland Senior medallist took time out of her busy schedule to help launch the programme – as Dublin prepare for a Lidl National League Division 1 Final against Cork at Croke Park on Saturday, June 26.  As well as serving as a ‘BUA’ ambassador, Davey, who’s also a five-time TG4 All Star, will work as a mentor..

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Registration deadline looming

June 10, 2021
Registration deadline looming LGFA 2020 registration runs out on at the end of 30th June. All players not registered during 2020 must be registered in order to field. If the registration for a player registered in 2020 is not renewed, then she may not field after 30th June.As it takes up to 14 working days for funds transferred from a bank account to be available for use in your Foireann Stripe account sufficient funds to cover your players should be transferred without any delay...

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Latest Covid 19 Update

June 10, 2021
COVID-19 UPDATE - CROKE PARKA chara, Following in line with the restrictions re-opening as of this week, all matches, competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and inter-county are now permitted to take place. With County Competitions commencing in the very near future (if not already) we wanted to clarify a query that a large number of clubs have already been in touch with. Challenge Games; Teams can only play 1 challenge match per week (every 7 days). Also ..

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Go-Ahead Ireland - Dublin GAA Sponsorship Announcement

June 08, 2021
Goals Ahead for Go-Ahead Ireland with Dublin GAA Sponsorship Announcement Leading public transport provider of bus services across 25 routes in Dublin announces Title Sponsorship of Dublin GAA’s Adult Leagues and ChampionshipsWith community at the heart of the Go-Ahead Ireland transport company’s operations comes their announcement of title sponsorship of Dublin GAA’s club adult leagues and championships including Football, Hurling and Camogie. Sport is an integral pa..

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Latest Return to Play Guidelines

June 02, 2021
COVID - Updated Return to Play Guidelines The Irish Government last Friday confirmed a further relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions to take affect from Monday, June 7th. In terms of Gaelic Games, the impact of this for various activities is outlined below. Games/Attendances From June 7th, competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and inter-county are permitted to take place. However, it is essential that the LGFA clubs continue to proceed with caution and that the Retur..

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Challenge Games Update

May 28, 2021
As Pre-season preparations continue clubs are reminded of the following regulations pertaining to the organisation of challenge games. No club challenge game can take place before Monday 7th June 2021. If your club wishes to play a challenge game at any given time after this date permission must be sought from the Dublin LGFA County Board. This is in accordance with the rules pertaining the LGFA player injury fund scheme. Players must be registered members of the LGFA. 1. Per..

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Return to Play - latest

May 12, 2021
Information for Clubs Adult and Underage Training From Monday, May 10th, both adult and underage training are permitted on a full contact basis in pods of 15 for all Gaelic Games teams in the 26 Counties. Games (including challenge games) will not be permitted until June 7th. Please ensure all players are registered to be covered in the LGFA Injury Fund. Players registered in 2020 are covered up until June 30th 2021. NEW and RETURNING players must be registered ASAP no player..

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BUA Leadership Programme

May 10, 2021
BUA launched by the LGFATHE Ladies Gaelic Football Association is delighted to announce details of its new ‘BUA’ Leadership programme.  ‘BUA’ is a self-development initiative aimed at supporting young people in the LGFA to development leadership skills and qualities to benefit their local communities.  Aimed at females aged 16-19 years of age, ‘BUA’ will be conducted through expert-led workshops and self-reflection, before participants put their enha..

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Info Update Return to Play

May 05, 2021
Information for Clubs as issued by LGFAWednesday 5th May 2021  Adult Return to Training and Games (26 Counties only):A reminder that from this Monday, May 10th, Outdoor training is permitted at adult level in pods of a maximum of 15 people (including coaches) in the 26 Counties. However, games are not allowed, and indoor facilities must remain closed (exception: toilet facilities). From June 7th, and subject to the Public Health situation at the time, Club games will be permi..

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Covid Guidelines Update

April 30, 2021
COVID GUIDELINES UPDATE - Issued 30th April 2021 A chara, I know you will be aware by now of the positive announcement by the Irish Government yesterday in relation to the further relaxing of restrictions for society generally and for Gaelic Games in particular. As you will appreciate, we need to receive further clarity on aspects of what was announced last evening but broadly speaking the following is what is proposed in the coming weeks: From 10th May – Outdoor traini..

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