Cloyne Ladies Football New 8/17

U-14 East Cork league Cloyne 2-07 V St Colmans 1-04

Venue : Cloyne: 11-02-17
Referee : Pa Beausang.

Cloyne had a panel of 22 players with all getting a game. It was definitely the proverbial game of two halves! On a windy day and heavy under foot conditions, Cloyne opened the scoring with a great goal from Melissa O’Sullivan after the St colmans goalie had saved a penalty. Points from Heather Ward, Aoife Healy and Abigail Ring was a result of hard work, great passing and support play. The defence worked together as a unit stopping many St Colman attacks. Another goal and a point from Aoife Healy ended the first half with a score line of 2-4 to 0-1. The second half favoured St Colmans with the strong breeze but the backs combined well to keep the scores to a minimum. Molly Lawton in goals lead the defence with Rachel Hayes, Katie O’Gorman and Annie O’Keeffe working well to get the ball up the field. Martha Cronin, Reguile Zukauskaite and Nora Falvey along with Roisin Keane and Melissa O’Sullivan played good combined football enabling the forwards Grace Perry, Chloe O’Connor and Julie Cronin to get on the ball. Chloe Kelly and Aoife Healy scored a point each before St Colmans got a few scores with the final score being 2-7 to 1-4 to Cloyne. A good start to the league for our girls who showed great spirit and when a few of the older players had to come off with injuries the younger girls stepped up and played their part very well.
Panel: Molly Lawton, Aoife Healy, Abigail Ring, Rachel Hayes, Caoimhe Collins, Chloe O’Connor, Martha Cronin, Katie O’Gorman, Mellisa O’Sullivan, Grace Perry, Roisín Keane, Chloe Kelly, Reguile Zukauskaite, Annie O’Keeffe, Heather Ward, Ellen Cotter, Molly Blackmore, Julie Cronin, Ella Motherway, Nora Falvey, Mara Zanda, Laura O’Donovan, Haley O’Sullivan, Kasey Cahil

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Posted in Cloyne News

Bride Rovers Ladies Football News 8/17

Challenge Games
The Bride Rovers Ladies Football teams played 2 challenge matches on Sunday as nearly 30 girls got to play and these games were a good workout ahead of the junior league which starts this weekend.

The first team travelled to Ovens to play Eire Óg in what was the teams first outing of the year. As always games between Bride Rovers & Eire Óg are high scoring and this was no different with the final score ending Bride Rovers 6-06 Eire Óg 5-13.
Panel: C.Vaughan, E.Collins, A.O’Callaghan, A.Cashman, A.O’Riordan, L.Quirke, N.Barry, E.Ahern, M.Hartnett, E.O’Keeffe, E.Roche, K.Kelleher, L.Pratt, T.O’Sullivan, E.Barry & S.O’Sullivan.

In the second game versus Bishopstown played in Rathcormac the Rovers played well but were beaten on a scoreline of Bride Rovers 1-08 Bishopstown 0-16.
Panel: A.O’Callaghan, R.O’Flynn, M.O’Donovan, K.Connor, E.Barry, M.Hazelwood, T.O’Neill, S.O’Sullivan, C.Hogan, M.Kelleher, G.Culloty, A.Quinn O Donovan, E.Culloty, I.Dorgan, G.Kearney, S.O’Flynn, K.Kelleher, N.Barry & T.O’Sullivan

Fixture: Junior League  4B v Erins Own at home on Sunday 26th February at 11.30am

REGISTRATION NIGHT
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club will hold their Registration Night on Friday March 10th in the club dressingrooms from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. All players, coaches & selectors must register for the coming year

Street Collection
This year we have a new date for our Street Collection which will take place in Rathcormac & Fermoy on 25th March. We will be in contact with teams to arrange hourly collection slots in the coming weeks. Your support of this fundraiser is appreciated.

Clothes Collection
Next clothes collection Friday the 3rd of March, from 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Hall (garage to rear).

SPAR Rathcormac, Main Sponsor of Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club.

Posted in Bride Rovers News

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football 8/17

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club is proudly supported by Fota Island Resort

Match Report

Our U16 game against Midleton was cancelled due to an unplayable pitch. Next league game for the Fé 14 is against Mayfield.

 

Scór na bPaistí – 2017

Congratulations to the Scoil Chlochair Mhuire who gave a fantastic performance at the Scór semfi-finals on Sunday night in Lisgoold. All groups made it through in the following categories:

  • Rince Fóirne
  • Rince Aonair
  • Amhránaíocht Aonair
  • Léiriú
  • Bailéad Ghrúpa
  • Recitation

 

We wish everyone the best of luck in the final Sunday 5th March 2017 at 2:30pm in Watergrashill Community Hall. All support would be welcome.

 

Fixtures:

 

Training:

  • U12 : Friday 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the All weather Pitch. Gum shields and runners are required. Please bring €3 to help cover the cost of renting the pitch.
  • U14:  Selectors will send out texts for training.
  • U16/Minor/U21/Juniors : Friday 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the All weather Pitch. Gum shields and runners are required. Please bring €3 to help cover the cost of renting the pitch.

 

Child Protection Course – Tues March 2014

It is a directive from the Ladies Football Association that all coaches/team management have this course completed. We would ask that all involved with teams for 2017 please attend on the night.

Posted in Carrigtwohill News

Midleton Ladies Football News 8/17

Well Done to the Cork Senior Ladies on a great win over Dublin. Score was Cork 2-11 Dublin 01-08.

Training continues next week for most age groups. Our U12’s will return on March 6th. A text will be sent to all Parents confirming this.
Orlagh Farmer & Orla Finn Cork Senior Footballers will hold a Football Camp (girls & boys) on Thurs 23rd Feb at Midleton GAA Club from 10am-2pm.  €10 pay on day…to book a place text Orlagh 086-3509870
Keep an eye on our Facebook page for all upto date information on our Club – Midleton Ladies Football Gaa
Posted in Midleton News

Inch Rovers Ladies Football News 7/17

U14 NEWS
Great start to the year for our U14s panel & mentors Sheila , Aine , Derry & Johnny as they secured a comfortable win over Watergrasshill today at Watergrasshill on a bitterly cold day , well done from all in Inch Rovers …

Report by Sheila Dennehy Scanlon
Our u14’s were out today playing 1th league game of season in Watergrasshill against Watergrasshill. It was a very cold and blustery day. We had 19 players out and all buzzing to play. We started really strong and our girls played some great football. All 6 forwards scored from play and all not afraid to take on there own scores at any stage. Watergrasshill had a few great players but unfortunately unlucky with getting  scores. At half time we were lead very comfortable with the  score line of inchrvrs 3-9 to Watergrasshill 1 pt.

We changed around alot of girls and played them  in all different positions to give ourselves options going forward in league matches ahead, we were dominating throughout  all positions on the field in the 2nd half. It just wasn’t Watergrasshills day today and it’s was the red & white of inchrvrs to win out very comfortably.

On behalf of management would like to thank all girls for a brilliant display of football and girls Megan & Sarah who rushed away from camoige trials to get to our match. Speedy recovery to Sarah who got injured@ the camoige. Also Caoifhion Barry who was away over night and rushed back today to make the 2nd half. Well done to all and it’s a fantastic start to our league campaign. Next league game is fixed for Monday Vs Glanmire on  the 20th of feb under lights in killeagh @7. Kind rdgs from management Sheila, Aine, Derry & Johnny.

CLUB REGISTRATION NIGHT
Date for your diary : Our club Registration night is on Friday 3rd March @ Killeagh Gaa , registration fees are same as last year ….
U8/10 €40
U12-MINOR €55
ADULT PLAYER  €80
NON PLAYER €45

CORK U14

Our 3 Cork U14 players Alicia Olaniran, Aimee Morgan & Caoilfhionn Barry before playing a challenge game vs Tipperary at Glentworth today, & club mentor Chris Roche who is manager Cork U14s , Inch rovers is well represented, well done Chris & girls from all in Inch Rovers ….

CHAT & CRAFT
Our chairwoman Sharon Roche is starting a chat & Craft course on Monday 20th Feb @ 10-12 everybody welcome @ Killeagh Gaa  €2 fee , it will run for 6 weeks , come and learn new crafts or show new ideas or just come for chat & cuppa ..

GRAB YOUR WHISTLE
Hi All Inch Rovers are hosting an East Cork grab your whistle course on March 11 & 12 for anyone 16 or over who would like to ref ladies football. Cost €20 txt Tomas Goggin on 087 2954704 if you want to book a place or have any questions.  First paid secures place 5 places left.

HEALTHY CLUBS PROJECT

HEALTHY CLUBS PROJECT – Killeagh GAA – Killeagh Camogie – Inch Rovers Ladies Football – Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA
Upcoming Events

1.      MONTHLY WALK No. 9 – Sunday February 19th Mount Uniacke – Dangan – Kilcounty – Mount Uniacke. Meet in Mount Uniacke at 10.15 a.m.
2.      CRAFT ‘n’ CHAT starts Monday February 20th 10.00-12.00 in Clubhouse. All types of craft along with a cuppa and a chat with new and old friends. Contact Sharon Roche 086-8122545 for more info.
3.      KILLEAGH 4 MILE ROAD RACE – Sunday March 5th 11.00 for runners, 10.00 for walkers. Come along for a fun morning, whether you are a runner or a walker.
4.      LOOKING AFTER YOUR EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING – Wednesday March 15th Workshops for teenagers (12-16) and adult players (age 16+), facilitated by expert Samaritans volunteers.

Spread the word! Thank you.
Participants at Recipes for Success Cookery Workshop in Pobalscoil, Youghal on Saturday last with teacher Laura Corkery. Well done to our 15 new health-conscious chefs

CORK SENIORS
Hard luck to Cork Ladies  vs Armagh & well done vs Kerry, & best of luck vs Dublin this weekend  & to our senior club lady on panel Jessica O’Shea well done from all in Inch Rovers….

SMOKING FREE ZONE
Our Smoke Free Zone signs for Pairc Ui Chinneide have arrived, courtesy of Healthy Clubs Project and Healthy Ireland. No excuses now. No more ifs, no more butts…..

TRAINING
Training has started for all age groups except our u8/10s who will be starting up soon , Our seniors will be out soon playing in County league first game vs fermoy & U21s & U16s also have games shortly , our U14 have the ball rolling already so it all systems go for 2017 .

Posted in Inch Rovers News

MOUTHGUARDS & EYEWEAR/GLASSES

MOUTHGUARDS

A reminder again to ALL players that it is now mandatory for ALL players to wear mouthguards. Players who do not wear their mouthguard will be asked to go to the sideline to get the mouthguard and to wear it. Play will continue and the player will not be able to come back on to the field of play until the referee directs her. Valuable time out when your team will be down to 14 players. If the player does not have a mouthguard, she will not be allowed to play the remainder of the game.

  1. All underage players must wear a mouth guard while playing Ladies Gaelic Football unless advised otherwise, in writing, not to do so, by a qualified Doctor or Dentist. This rule will apply for ALL players from 1st January 2017.

 

EYEWEAR/GLASSES

Please see below the Rule governing corrective eyewear and also information from the Injury Fund below

  1. Any player who requires corrective eyewear and wants to wear glasses to participate in Ladies Gaelic Football must wear glasses that use durable, unbreakable polycarbonate for the lens and have durable unbreakable frames as advised by an optometrist to play gaelic games.

AND from the Injury Fund information on ladiesgaelic.ie

  • Wearing Glasses/facemask/noseguards playing Ladies Gaelic Football: It’s important to remember that just because you wear glasses, it doesn’t mean you can’t participate in Sport. It is entirely possible to manage vision problems and still enjoy a fulfilling physical life. For the most part, you should not wear glasses when participating on contact sports.  There are too many opportunities for the glasses to come off and / or to break. Any person who requires corrective eyewear to participate in Ladies Gaelic Football should consult with their optometrist and review options to ensure safe participation. One of the main things is to ensure you tell your optometrist of your plans to play Ladies Gaelic Football.  He/ She will be able to fit you with glasses that use durable, unbreakable polycarbonate for the lens.  That means that even if you do accidentally knock the glasses off or get hit with a ball they are much less likely to incur damage. The frame is very important to consider also.  Normal prescription glasses are made for daily wear and are suited best to low activity levels.  Normal frames are also chosen for how they look and not how they perform under impact.  For this reason you will also need to ensure your frames for sports glasses are as durable as the lenses. It is entirely possible to wear prescription glasses during physical activity.  However it is very important that you speak to your optometrist about finding the best solution for you, so you can carry on playing the sport you love.

Once the protective equipment is medically prescribed with the doctor aware that it will be worn to play Ladies Gaelic Football and not pose a hazard to other players there is no issue with the wearing of same from the LGFA Injury Fund  point of view.

Posted in East Cork Board News

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football News 7/17

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club is proudly supported by Fota Island Resort

Match Report

ECB Fé 14 League: Carrigtwohill 6-7 Bride Rovers 6-9: Feb 11th

Carrigtwohill and Bride Rovers gave us an exciting match on a cold Saturday afternoon. Bride Rover ran out winners on a scoreline of 6-9 to 6-7

Link to Match Photos

Fixtures:

Training:

  • U12 : Friday 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the All weather Pitch. Gum shields and runners are required. Please bring €3 to help cover the cost of renting the pitch.
  • U14:  Selectors will send out texts for training.
  • U16/Minor/U21/Juniors : Friday 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the All weather Pitch. Gum shields and runners are required. Please bring €3 to help cover the cost of renting the pitch.

 

Scór na bPaistí – 2017

Congratulations to the Scoil Chlochair Mhuire who gave a fantastic performance at the Scór quarter finals last Friday night in Lisgoold. We wish everyone the best of luck in the semi-finals this Saturday\Sunday in Lisgoold.

MOUTHGUARDS

A reminder again to ALL players that it is now mandatory for ALL players to wear mouthguards. Players who do not wear their mouthguard will be asked to go to the sideline to get the mouthguard and to wear it. Play will continue and the player will not be able to come back on to the field of play until the referee directs her. Valuable time out when your team will be down to 14 players. If the player does not have a mouthguard, she will not be allowed to play the remainder of the game.

 

  1. All underage players must wear a mouth guard while playing Ladies Gaelic Football unless advised otherwise, in writing, not to do so, by a qualified Doctor or Dentist. This rule will apply for ALL players from 1st January 2017.

 

EYEWEAR/GLASSES

Please see below the Rule governing corrective eyewear and also information from the Injury Fund below

  1. Any player who requires corrective eyewear and wants to wear glasses to participate in Ladies Gaelic Football must wear glasses that use durable, unbreakable polycarbonate for the lens and have durable unbreakable frames as advised by an optometrist to play gaelic games.

 

AND from the Injury Fund information on ladiesgaelic.ie

  • Wearing Glasses/facemask/noseguards playing Ladies Gaelic Football: It’s important to remember that just because you wear glasses, it doesn’t mean you can’t participate in Sport. It is entirely possible to manage vision problems and still enjoy a fulfilling physical life. For the most part, you should not wear glasses when participating on contact sports.  There are too many opportunities for the glasses to come off and / or to break. Any person who requires corrective eyewear to participate in Ladies Gaelic Football should consult with their optometrist and review options to ensure safe participation. One of the main things is to ensure you tell your optometrist of your plans to play Ladies Gaelic Football.  He/ She will be able to fit you with glasses that use durable, unbreakable polycarbonate for the lens.  That means that even if you do accidentally knock the glasses off or get hit with a ball they are much less likely to incur damage. The frame is very important to consider also.  Normal prescription glasses are made for daily wear and are suited best to low activity levels.  Normal frames are also chosen for how they look and not how they perform under impact.  For this reason you will also need to ensure your frames for sports glasses are as durable as the lenses. It is entirely possible to wear prescription glasses during physical activity.  However it is very important that you speak to your optometrist about finding the best solution for you, so you can carry on playing the sport you love.

Once the protective equipment is medically prescribed with the doctor aware that it will be worn to play Ladies Gaelic Football and not pose a hazard to other players there is no issue with the wearing of same from the LGFA Injury Fund  point of view.

Posted in Carrigtwohill News

Bride Rovers Ladies Football News 7/17

Senior & Junior Football Leagues
The Senior & Junior Ladies Football Leagues will commence shortly. The Junior Ladies first game is against Erins Own on 26th February while the seniors opening game will be away to Fermoy on 12th March.

Senior Fixtures
12th March v Fermoy (Away)
19th March v St Vals (Home)
3rd April v Mourneabbey (Away)
30th April v Inch Rovers (Home)

Junior Fixtures
26th Feb v Erin’s Own (Home)
5th March v Passage (Away)
12th March v Mallow (Away)
19th March v Dripsey (Away)
26th March v St Peters (Home)
3rd April v Carrigaline (Away)
30th April v Banteer (Home)

Scór na bPaistí Semi-Finals
Well done to all the competitors from Bride Rovers who competed in the Scór na bPaistí quarter-finals in Lisgoold last weekend. A number of competitors have qualified for the semi-finals which are on this weekend in Lisgoold. Special thanks to the teachers in Rathcormac NS for their help in preparing the participants.

Score Prediction Competition
The Bride Rovers GAA club are running their annual score prediction competition again, it was a great success last year and was nail-biting up to the last competition.
Tickets are now on sale from Club Members & Players and your support of this club fundraiser is appreciated. Tickets €10.

REGISTRATION NIGHT
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club will hold their Registration Night on Friday March 10th in the club dressing rooms from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. All players, coaches & selectors must register for the coming year.

Harty Cup Final Saturday
All roads lead to the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick on Saturday as St Colmans College take on Templemore in the Dr. Harty Cup Final. We wish all the Bride Rovers players every success.

Coaching Course
The club will be holding a Ladies Football Coaching course in March, date to be confirmed, at Pairc Na Bríde, Rathcormac.
We need a minimum of 20 Coaches to do this course. All parents & coaches of all age groups are welcome to attend. The course will take approx. 6 hours and will have lots of practical demonstrations which will be of huge benefit to the Coaches & trainers. To book your place contact Liam Barry 087 6893829

Street Collection
This year we have a new date for our Street Collection which will take place in Rathcormac & Fermoy on 25th March. We will be in contact with teams to arrange hourly collection slots in the coming weeks. Your support of this fundraiser is appreciated.

NEW Players
Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club cater for all girls from 6 years up, We provide games & coaching in a safe environment at our excellent facilities in Rathcormac. Qualified coaches provide excellent training sessions. If you are interested why not come along and have a go. To find out more contact Liam Barry (087-6893829) or Pat Culloty (087-2986625)

Clothes Collection
Next clothes collection Friday the 3rd of March, from 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. at Rathcormac Community Hall (garage to rear).

SPAR Rathcormac, Main Sponsor of Bride Rovers Ladies Football & Camogie Club.

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Posted in Bride Rovers News

Midleton LGFA News Week 7/17

Midleton Ladies Football will hold their annual Social Night on February 25th at 7.30pm in Midleton Gaa Club. All girls and their Families are welcome to attend for an the evening to catch up and reminisce on the year we had as a Club.

Orlagh Farmer is holding a one day Fundraiser Football Camp on Thursday 23rd February from 10-2pm. See attached poster for details. Keep and eye on Facebook for all updates on the Club.

Posted in Midleton News

U12 League: Submit club number of team(s).

Thanks to all the clubs who have provided their number of teams for this years ECB U12 League.

If your club has  not entered in a team to-date, please forward the number of  team(s) you plan to enter into this year’s ECB U12 league to the ECB fixture secretary  as soon as possible.

Posted in East Cork Board News, Uncategorized