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Four Dublin Clubs chosen for G4T

January 30, 2020
Bigger and better for Gaelic4Teens as 30 clubs announced for 2020 Programme THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association has confirmed the 30 clubs who have been selected to take part in the Gaelic4Teens programme over the coming months.Following a hugely-successful pilot in 2017, Gaelic4Teens has since doubled in size, with the number of participating clubs increasing by 13 in 2020.The programme will help clubs to retain their current playing bases while also recruiting players in the 13-17 age ..

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LEVEL 1 Coaching Course INFO

January 27, 2020
Raising the Bar – Level 1The second step on the LGFA coaching ladder is the Level 1 course.  Coaches must have completed their Ladies Gaelic Football ‘FUNdamentals’ or GAA Foundation Level course prior to undertaking the Level 1 course, have a minimum of one year’s coaching experience to participate on the Level 1 course and be 18 years of age or older.  Participants must complete day 2 in order to obtain their coaching certificate. All courses will be deli..

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Lidl’s One Good Club Programme

January 21, 2020
Lidl’s One Good Club™ five-step mental health awareness programme aims to build and encourage positive mental health promotion in the communityOne Good Club™ developed in partnership with LGFA and Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental HealthClubs encouraged to participate in One Good Club™ programme over 10 weeks from April 6thFunding awards to the value of €10,000 are available to clubs who demonstrate innovation, most community involvement or highest le..

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Club Youth Referee Course Info

January 15, 2020
***Club Youth Referee Course ***This is a new referees course which has received excellent feedback from participants since first piloted last year by the LGFA. Ideally participants should have a min 1-2 years LGFA or GAA referees experience and be 17 years of age or over. All participants should be aware the course is 7 hours duration which includes both theory / practical aspects of refereeing.Participants will be refereeing a section of a juvenile game in the afternoon as part of th..

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Coach Education THIS WEEKEND

January 06, 2020
There are a limited number of places available on two of our workshops / coaching courses which are taking place this coming weekend. Safeguarding Children CourseDate: Saturday 11th January 2020Venue: Le Cheile Community Centre, DonnycarneyTime: 10am to 1pmCourse fee €10Fundamentals coaching courseDate: Sunday January 12th 2020Venue: Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA clubTime: 10am to 4pmCourse fee €20To book a place simply go to the event registration section of our website, create an acc..

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Office Hours

December 19, 2019
Dublin LGFA office, DonnycarneyThe Dublin LGFA office will close at the end of business on Friday the 20th of December and will reopen after the Christmas & New Year holidays on Monday Jan 6th, 9am.Nollaig Shona ...

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Preseason 2020 - Coach & Courses

December 16, 2019
Pre-season 2020Dublin LGFA have organised a number of coach & referee courses ahead of the 2020 season full details on all courses including dates, venues, fees etc., are available from our website https://dublinladiesgaelic.ie/content_page/10008050/https://dublinladiesgaelic.ie/content_page/10008051/Courses include:Safeguarding Children CourseFundamentals Coaching CourseCoaching the Keeper WorkshopMentor Rules Refresher CourseClub Youth Referee CourseLevel 2 Referee CourseCourse can no..

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Man O War shortlisted for Team of the Year Award

November 29, 2019
The Northside People Community & Sports Awards ceremony takes place on Friday November 29th, hosted by Joe Duffy.The Man O War adult ladies team (Dublin LGFA Junior Championship winners 2019) have been shortlisted in the top three for the Team of the Year award.While Siobhán O'Connor has been shortlisted for the Outstanding Achievement in Sport award.Sending our good luck wishes to all involved in the Man O War #ClubisFamily #DublinLGFA

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Match report All Ireland club semi final

November 10, 2019
ALL-IRELAND SENIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL Kilkerrin/Clonberne 5-12Foxrock-Cabinteely 2-10By Ivan SmythTwo goals apiece from Louise Ward and Ailish Morrissey alongside nine points from Olivia Divilly helped Kilkerrin/Clonberne power past Foxrock-Cabinteely to reach the All-Ireland final at the fourth time of asking.After defeats in their previous three semi-final appearances, Kilkerrin/Clonberne secured a comfortable 11-point victory to reach the decider against Mourneabbey in two week..

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Interview - Amy Connolly (Foxrock Cabinteely)

November 09, 2019
All Ireland club semi-final interview with Amy Connolly (foxrock Cabinteely) On 2 July 2017, Dublin were training in Cuala ahead of their TG4 Leinster Senior Championship final against Westmeath. Experienced forward Amy Connolly caught a ball and was about to turn when her right knee caved in. But there was no sharp burst of pain. The Ballybrack native had never suffered a serious injury before and it seemed innocuous.Dr Noel McCaffrey was the first to suggest Connolly had suffered ligament..

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