U16 Leitrim vs Galway
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January 01, 1970
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This years Under 17 Player Development Programme girls born in 2006. The PDP is open to all players who are registered with an LGFA club
GALWAY LGFA LEAGUE STANDINGS
The Divisions 1 and 2 Finals will be played as a Croke Park double-header on Saturday April 15, followed by the Divisions 3 and 4 Finals at Parnell Park on Sunday April 16, with those games also forming a double-header.
Division 1 – Galway v Kerry; Croke Park, Saturday April 15, 5pm – Live on TG4
Division 2 – Armagh v Laois; Croke Park, Saturday April 15, 3pm – Live on TG4
Division 3 – Clare v Kildare; Parnell Park, Sunday April 16, 4pm – Live on Spórt TG4 YouTube
Division 4 – Antrim v Leitrim; Parnell Park, Sunday April 16, 2pm – Live on Spórt TG4 YouTube
Division 1 and 2
Tickets will be available to purchase through the following link: https://am.ticketmaster.com/gaa/23CP1504
Adults – €20
Student/OAP – €10
U18’s – €5.00
Group Rates are ONLY available by clicking here, completing the spreadsheet and return to email@example.com
One adult @ €10 for every group of 10 under 18’s. Under 18s are €5
Division 3 and 4
Tickets will be available to purchase through the following link Lidl National League Fixtures Division 3 and 4 Final 2023 – Events – Universe
Student/OAP – €5
U18’s – €2.00
LGFA Press Release
Clubs from Galway, Monaghan, Tipperary, Longford and Cork set their sights on currentaccount.ie All-Ireland club glory
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
PLAYERS from the 2022 currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Football Club Finalists have gathered at Croke Park ahead of three eagerly-anticipated fixtures.
Clubs from five counties – Galway, Monaghan, Tipperary, Longford and Cork – have their eyes firmly set on silverware as they look ahead to the Senior, Intermediate and Junior deciders.
First up next Saturday, December 10, Croke Park will play host to an historic double-header as the currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Intermediate and Senior Finals are played at the storied venue for the very first time.
The action gets underway at 3pm when Longford Slashers pit their wits against Tipperary outfit Mullinahone in the Intermediate decider.
That’s followed by the Senior showpiece between current holders Kilkerrin-Clonberne from Galway and five-time winners Donaghmoyne from Monaghan at 5pm – and both games will be televised live by TG4: https://www.tg4.ie/en/player/watch-live/
On Sunday, December 11, attention switches to the 2022 currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Junior Final between Cork outfit Naomh Abán and opponents Salthill-Knocknacarra from Galway, which will be played at Kilmallock GAA, Co. Limerick, at 1pm.
That game will be exclusively live to view via the LGFA’s streaming portal: https://page.inplayer.com/lgfaseason2023/item.html?id=1940390
For Kilkerrin-Clonberne, managed by Willie Ward and captained by his daughter, Louise, this will mark the club’s third successive appearance in a Senior All-Ireland Club Final.
They lost out to Mourneabbey in 2019 but gained revenge on their Cork opponents in January of this year to claim the 2021 title.
Willie’s twin daughters Nicola and Louise, will lead the Kilkerrin-Clonberne charge while the Divilly sisters, Olivia and Siobhan, are both experienced county players, and are joined by another sister, Niamh, in the club ranks.
The Kilkerrin-Clonberne side is sprinkled with inter-county talent from various grades, including the Noone sisters, Hannah, Eva and Lynsey, and TG4 All Star nominated goalkeeper, Lisa Murphy.
In their semi-final victory over Waterford outfit Ballymacarbry, Kilkerrin-Clonberne had another Galway ace, Ailish Morrissey, in sparkling form, as she weighed in with a haul of 1-3.
Standing in Kilkerrin-Clonberne’s way as they go in search of back-to-back All-Ireland Senior title are Donaghmoyne, who lost out to next Saturday’s opponents in the 2021 semi-final.
Donaghmoyne recently captured a 14th Ulster Senior title before going on to defeat Kilmacud Crokes in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Donaghmoyne, aiming for a first All-Ireland Senior club title since 2016, have been around the block, with a number of past and present Monaghan county stars in their ranks.
Goalkeeper Linda Martin is one of the very best in the business, while the Garland twins, Lauren and Amy, along with Aoife Burns, provide youthful exuberance to supplement the experience of the four Courtney sisters – Sharon, Cora, Fiona and Rosemary.
Both Intermediate Finalists, meanwhile, are gracing this stage for the very first time.
Longford Slashers will become the very first team from Longford to compete in an All-Ireland Club Final, while Mullinahone will hope to emulate the feat of Brian Borus in 2009 by winning the Intermediate Club title.
It’s been a remarkable rise for Mullinahone this year, when you consider that they contested a currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Junior Final against winners St Judes from Dublin in February of this year.
Mullinahone came through a thrilling semi-final against Fermanagh opponents Derrygonnelly Harps after extra-time, as Longford Slashers got the better of Mayo side Charlestown to book their place in the Final.
In the Junior decider, first-time finalists Salthill-Knocknacarra will hope to become the second club from Galway to win this competition, following victory for Caltra Cuans in 2010.
Their opponents are Naomh Abán from Cork, who were All-Ireland Intermediate champions back in 2003.
Cork clubs can boast a good recent record in the Junior championship, as Donoughmore (2019), Glanmire (2018) and Aghada (2017) are all recent winners.
Salthill-Knocknacarra defeated Dublin club O’Dwyers in their recent semi-final, as Naomh Abán got the better of Monaghan opponents Castleblayney Faughs.
At a Croke Park photocall ahead of the games, Donaghmoyne and Kilkerrin-Clonberne were represented by their respective captains, Niamh Callan and Louise Ward.
Eimear O’Brien made the trip on behalf of Longford Slashers, while Mullinahone had captain Jennifer Brett in attendance.
The Junior Club Finalists, Naomh Abán and Salthill-Knocknacarra, were represented by respective captains, Una Twohig and Ailbhe Finnerty.
Ladies Gaelic Football Association President, Mícheál Naughton, was also in attendance, alongside Barry Feeney, CFO at Payac Services, on behalf of competition sponsors, currentaccount.ie.
Looking ahead to the games, Ladies Gaelic Football Association President, Mícheál Naughton, said: “I would like to wish the six participating teams in the 2022 currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Club Championship Finals the very best of luck.
“We have three terrific games in store, with our Intermediate and Senior Finals forming an historic double-header at Croke Park, with both games live on TG4.
“ We will also live-stream Sunday’s Junior Final, and you can watch that with us via our InPlayer service.
“In recent weeks, we have been the fortunate position to watch all of the games in the All-Ireland series on live-streams, and the standard of football has been quite exceptional.
“I would also like to pay a special word of thanks to our sponsors, currentaccount.ie., who also sponsor our National Volunteer awards.
“There’s a wonderful synergy between the Credit Unions and the LGFA, with a huge emphasis on the volunteer spirit in action.
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Speaking on behalf of currentaccount.ie, Chief Executive Mr. Seamus Newcombe commented: “Congratulations to all of the participating teams on reaching the currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Club Championship finals.
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Saturday December 10:
Currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Intermediate Club Final – Longford Slashers (Longford) v Mullinahone (Tipperary); Croke Park, 3pm. LIVE TG4 https://www.tg4.ie/en/player/watch-live/
Referee: Gus Chapman (Sligo)
Currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Final – Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) v Kilkerrin-Clonberne (Galway); Croke Park, 5pm. LIVE TG4 https://www.tg4.ie/en/player/watch-live/
Referee: Jonathan Murphy (Carlow)
Sunday December 11:
Currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Junior Intermediate Club Final – Naomh Abán (Cork) v Salthill-Knocknacarra (Galway); Kilmallock GAA, Co. Limerick, 1pm. LIVE ON LGFA INPLAYER https://page.inplayer.com/lgfaseason2023/item.html?id=1940390
Referee: Angela Gallagher (Dublin)
Intermediate and Senior Final tickets available at: https://am.ticketmaster.com/gaa/
Junior Final tickets available at: https://www.universe.com/events/currentaccountie-all-ireland-junior-club-championship-final-tickets-QYLCHZ
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NFL Fixtures - 28th Novmber 2022.xlsx
HOLDERS Meath will begin the defence of their Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 crown with a glamour clash against Leinster rivals Dublin on the opening weekend of the 2023 campaign.
Division 1 of the competition also contains Cork, 2022 runners-up Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Waterford and newly-promoted Kerry.
Also on the opening weekend (January 22), Galway will host Donegal, Cork make the trip to Mayo, and Waterford will entertain Kerry, the 2022 Lidl National League Division 2 champions and TG4 All-Ireland Finalists.
Round 2 will see Donegal host Meath, who are also the reigning TG4 All-Ireland Senior champions, in a repeat of the 2022 Lidl National League Division 1 Final, while the sides also met in this year’s TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final.
Also in Round 2, Galway entertain Dublin, Waterford are at home to Cork and Kerry will travel to Mayo for a repeat of the 2022 TG4 All-Ireland Senior semi-final between the counties.
Divisions 2 and 3 will also contain eight teams each, while Division 4 is split into two groups, with Kilkenny making a welcome return to the competition.
The top two teams in Divisions 1, 2 and 3 will progress straight to the Lidl National League Finals, while there will be semi-finals in Division 4, scheduled for Sunday March 26.
The Divisions 1 and 2 Finals will be played at Croke Park on Saturday, April 15, with the Divisions 3 and 4 Finals taking place on Sunday April 16.
Division 2 will contain Armagh, the 2022 runners-up, Cavan, Laois, Monaghan, Tipperary, Tyrone, Westmeath (relegated from Division 1 in 2022) and promoted Roscommon.
Division 3 is made up of Clare (relegated from Division 2 in 2022), Down, Kildare, Louth, Longford, Sligo, Wexford and promoted Offaly.
Division 4A is comprised of Antrim, Carlow, Fermanagh and London, with Derry, Kilkenny, Leitrim, Limerick and Wicklow set to compete in Division 4B.
The top two teams in each of the Division 4 groups will progress to the semi-finals.
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