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Ladies Football News Monday May 1, 2017   01/05/2017



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There is a social night organised by the parents of the 2007 Ladies Football teams on Friday May 5th in the clubhouse, 8pm till late, music by Arthur, All are welcome, contact Alecia 083 389 2664 for tickets. 


The next monthly meeting of the Ladies Football Committee will take place on Wednesday 3rd May, 9pm in Clubhouse. Minutes have been circulated to team mentors, if you didn’t receive the email or if there are any items to be included in the agenda, please email lucansarsfieldslfcomm@gmail.com. It is important that at least one mentor from each team is in attendance.



Please note rule 413 in the official rules of Ladies Gaelic Football: 





The Molly O’Toole Memorial Tournament took place last Thursday for the Junior teams in local secondary schools, the standard of football on display was terrific. Thanks to the teaching staff and students from all the schools involved, referee Niall Madden who refereed all the games bar one, which was refereed by Lucan Sarsfields and Dublin U16 star, Katie Wisdom. thanks also to all who helped on the day and a very special thank you to Molly’s family and her dad, Kevin for presenting the cup. 


The links to ladies’ football fixtures and results on the club website have been repaired, remember to click sort by date to see everything in chronological order. For the U12s and below, as the scores are not recorded, we would really appreciate a few words about how the match went, for all games please send on a match report, even if you are a spectator, email to lucanladiespro@gmail.com.


The Leinster U14 Championship final takes place in Árd Easmuinn, Demesne, Dundalk, next Saturday, 5th May, when Dublin take on Meath. Lucan Sarsfields are represented by Mia Dunne on the Dublin Panel. The following Saturday sees Katie Wisdom and Laura Quinn on the teamsheet for Dublin U16 when they also play Meath in the Leinster U16 Chanmpionship Final in Clane, Co Kildare.


Did you know that the Ladies Gaelic Football Association has published a set of videos showing the key skills of Ladies Football? View them here.


Calling on adults who do not play – Gaelic4Mothers&Others is an innovative way to introduce mothers and other women to playing Ladies Gaelic Football. Mothers often drop their kids to training and call back to collect them, but the Ladies Gaelic Football Association wants to change that. The Gaelic4Mothers&Others initiative sees women playing Ladies Gaelic Football in a fun, non-competitive and social environment. Gaelic4Mothers&Others provides an opportunity for women to get their recommended weekly exercise in a fun way while meeting other mothers in the area. Contact Carmel Reid reidcarmel@gmail.com for more details.


Dublin LGFA are hosting a Level 1 coaching course over two days, May 20th / July 8th, full details here.


Congrats to the Camogie U14s for winning the Dublin Division 1 Feile, we wish you great success in the Nationals Feile Competition in June, which will be sponsored by John West. At the launch, local GAA players Aimee Clyne-Farrelly, Lauren Dawson, Hannah Crowley, Neil O'Leary, Cian Canavan and Hugh Cuffe from Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club were given the opportunity to chat to the ambassadors about their favourite Féile moments. 


The Spring 2017 edition of the Ladies Football Peil magazine is now available to download for free.

 

A medical consent form is required for all players, if you have not already done so, please download here and return to the team mentors at your next training session 

 

After a long break due to Feile and Easter, the Girls Football and Camogie academies resume this Saturday at 09:30 for girls born in 2010, 2011 and 2012

 

For The Record – Recent Results


For a quick way to see how a team is doing, try this link out and let me know if you find it useful. 

 

Saturday April 22

U10 Go Games v Ballyboden St Endas

Lucan were due to play 3 matches and had the teams set out that way but BBSE only had 18 players. It was decided to just play 2 matches instead and we loaned 3 players for each of the 2 separate matches played to even the teams up. All girls played in the games and a high level of skill for their age was shown by both teams. All matches were very competitive.


Saturday April 22

U12 v Ballyboden St Endas, two games, one win and one loss






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