Ladies LGFA



Shamrocks Ladies Football Club





Chairperson:                 Aidan McGrath


Vice Chairperson:        Ger McGrath


Secretary:                      Gemma Kavanagh


Treasurer:                      Breda McSweeney


Registrar:                       Ger McGrath




Committee Members:  Alan Geary, Bernard Hickey, Nicholas Lester, Niamh O’Brien, Vincent Coyne, Joe McCarthy, Noel Murphy, Leo Humston




Training Venue:     Shamrocks GAA Grounds



Training Times:     Tuesday: 6.30pm – 7.30pm  (all age groups)



Club Contact: 087 1127922 (Aidan)


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Spring Training


**********Please Note**********


U6-U12 No training during Easter Mid-term



Outdoor training commences Tuesday 27th March in Shanbally


U6 & U8:                       Tuesday     6.30pm – 7.30pm (commencing 10th Arpil)

U10 & U12:                   Tuesday     6.30pm – 7.30pm (commencing 10th April)

U14 & U16:                   Tuesday     7.30pm – 7.30pm

Junior:                          Thursday    7pm – 8pm




€3 per child – don’t forget gum shields!



NO Mouthguard? NO Game!


Reminder for all players and parents of players.


Officially from the LGFA


Ladies Gaelic Football Association Introduce Mouthguard Rule


From January 1st, 2014 it will become mandatory for all players in all age grades up to and including minor to wear mouthguards in all practice sessions and games. It will become the responsibility of each player to ensure that they are wearing mouthguards as failure to comply will result in the player being sent from the field until they satisfy the rules.


The new rule has been introduced to protect players from damage to their mouths and teeth which can have serious effects in their development. It is hoped, that with the introduction of the new rules, that the incidents of injuries to the mouth and teeth will be significantly reduced. If players do suffer an injury to the mouth or teeth they will not be covered for that injury as part of the LGFA Injury Fund.


Every player, regardless of the age grade that they play in, that is a minor or younger must wear the mouthguard when taking part in Ladies Gaelic football matches or training, this will include schools, colleges and when a player of minor grade or lower is playing for adult teams.


Ladies gaelic footballers in all age grades up to and including minor level must wear a mouthguard from January 1st 2014


It is the responsibility of each individual player to use a mouthguard


Players will be ordered off in a game for not wearing a mouthguard and will remain off the pitch until the situation is ratified


Players will not be covered under the Injury Fund if they don’t comply with the mouthguard rule.





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