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Well done to Naomh Mearnog/St Sylvesters who won the "Get the edge" 7aside tournament in Killarney over the weekend. This title is added to their All Ireland 7s title win early this year.Date for your diary. Dublin Ladies Annual Gala Dinner & Awards Evening takes place Friday 7th November in Croke Park. Tickets are priced at €50 and can be pre ordered from Kathleen Colreavy on 0876880712. The evening is kindly sponsored by ONeills.The next meeting of the County Committee ..

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Weekly Notes Sunday 21st March 2010

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The March Co Board Meeting will take place on Tuesday next, 23rd March at 7.30pm in Parnell Park. The Agenda is circulated. The Under 10 & Under 9 proposals have been circulated. The Deadline for Peil Magazine is 26th March. Clubs with articles please see details on the poster circulated The Dublin Seniors had a rest and are at home to Tyrone next Sunday, 28th March - 2pm in Naomh Mearnóg The Dublin U16s game was postponed as there was a clash with a schools gam..

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Boden Bow Out to Mountmellick

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Dublin Senior Football champions Ballyboden Saint Endas run in the Leinster club championship came to a end in Mountmellick of Roscommon today. Boden were on the wrong end of a 1-7 to 1-9 scoreline in the VHI club semi-final, played in Acragar Park in Mountmellick.Boden were the final remaining Dublin club in the Leinster championship series.

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MONSTER RAFFLE WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED!

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MONSTER RAFFLE WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED!The draw for the Dublin LGFA Monster Raffle in aid of the Dublin Ladies Senior football team and juvenile development squads took place last night (October 10th) at the October County Board meeting. The draw was witnessed by Terence Flanagan (PC).The Fundraising Committee would like to thank everyone who supported the draw especially those who donated / sponsored prizes. Members of the committee will be in touch with all prize winners in due course regarding ..

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Statement LGFA Injury Fund

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Statement LGFA Injury Fund Following reports that some LGFA groups intend hiring or using facilities (private and public open spaces) outside of GAA grounds to commence training in small groups when Phase 2 of the Covid-19 restrictions commence on the 8th June, the Management Committee of Central Council has suspended the LGFA Injury Fund with immediate effect from today 22nd May 2020.This will be the situation until such time that training and playing activity are sanctioned for retur..

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