Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Newsletter Week 22 2017

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club is proudly supported by Fota Island Resort

Fé 12 Ladies Football ‘B’ League Carrigtwohill v  Fermoy. 27/May/2017

Carrigtwohill 1-4 v. Fermoy9-6.

Carrigtwohill travelled to Fermoy with bear numbers to play Fermoy. Despite the scoreline, this was spirited displayed by Carrigtwohill, where they worked the ball in for scores, but luck was not their side.

Both teams displayed some lovely football skills.

Team on the day: A.Ahern, A Buckley, A Normoyle, E O’Flynn, E Warren-Perry, G Cuddigan, H Fane, H Vahi, J Balcerzak, K Ngwa, L.Twoomey,  M de Búrca, N O’Donovan, R Ahern, R McEvoy.



  • Fé 12
    • ECB League v Cloyne  in Cloyne on  June 10th @ 11 am TBC
    • ECB League v Glanmire  in Carrigtwohill  on  June 16th TBC



Ladies Football Club Shorts & Socks

  • Shorts up to 28” : €9.
  • Shorts 30” plus: €10.80.
  • Socks Kids: €4.50
  • Socks adults: €6

To order socks please contact Aidan on 087 838 8639.


  • U8: Wednesdays in the GAA pitch from 6pm to 7pm. Gum shields are required.
  • U10: Wednesdays in the GAA pitch from 6pm to 7pm. Gum shields are required.
  • U12 :
    • Mondays:  7pm to 8pm in the Carrigtwohill GAA pitch. Gum shields are required.
    • Fridays:  6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Carrigtwohill GAA pitch. Gum shields are required.
  • U14:  Selectors will send out texts for training.
  • U16/Minor/U21/Juniors :  Selectors will send out texts for training.


Carrigtwohill Cúl Camp

The Carrigtwohill Cúl Camp will be from 24th – 28th July.  Carrigtwohill Ladies Football are looking for volunteers to help run the cúl camp.


Cork Ladies Development Football Summer Camps

  • Grenagh July 3rd -6th
  • Mayfield July 3rd- 6th
  • Bishopstown July 10th- 13th
  • St Val’s July 17th- 20th
  • Clonakilty July 24th- 27th
  • Fermoy August 1st- 4th
  • Banteer August 8th – 11th
  • Midleton August 14th – 17th


Application link:

For more information:


LGFA Underage Booklet

This be of interest for U8/10 and possibility the U12


Camán till Dawn

The Juvenile Club are running an overnight ‘puckathon’ on Bank Holiday Sunday, 4th June, as part of a mental health awareness initiative that is being undertaken by the club for 2017.

This event will take place in the ball alley at West End. The participants will be the playing members of Carrigtwohill GAA Club and it will involve the continuous pucking of the sliotar from dusk till dawn.

We hope to increase mental health awareness and also raise funds for local mental health organisations.

Sadly, we have lost three former members of the Juvenile Club to suicide in the last three years. The key focus of this event is something that is close to the hearts of many people in Carrigtwohill.

The Juvenile Club wants to get the word out there about Camán Till Dawn to create as much awareness of what it is about and why we are running it.

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