Ladies Football - News & Reports

Kilmacud Crokes Answering The Community Call
Monday 11th January, 2021

 

Members Advisory

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Changes to GAA Vetting Process
Saturday 9th January, 2021
Members Advisory

 

Changes in Vetting within the GAA, LGFA & Camogie from 1st January 2021

 

Any member of Kilmacud Crokes that was vetted by us prior to 1st January 2019 must now apply to be re-vetted.  

 

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GAA Covid-19 Update
Sunday 3rd January, 2021

 

Members Advisory

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010

Vounteering Information goes here:

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
To see the coaching and development manual please click here to view
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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Ladies Gaelic Official Site
 Dublin Ladies Official Site
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Wednesday 14th April, 2010

Please click on the PDF below to view the Lateset edition of the Official Ladies Gaelic Football Rules Handbook

 

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010

Kilmacud Crokes is one of the fastest growing Gaelic Football clubs in south Dublin

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Code of practice info goes here
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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Eight scores each, but the Westmeath goals ensured that Dublin would not be the name on the Leinster Minor Trophy this year.

A last minute change due to a waterlogged pitch saw the Jackies make their way to Ballinagore - a place not a thousand miles from Kilbeggan Race Course.

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Laois snatched a dramatic injury-time victory against Dublin in Stradbally on Sunday to qualify for the Bord Gáis Energy Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-finals, and relegate the Sky Blues in the process.

The O Moore County edged a thrilling winner-takes-all clash as Olwyn Farrells

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
58 Referees attended a refresher and seminar in Ladies football rules in Parnell Park this evening, Tuesday 13th April.

Introducing the evening, Dublins Referee Assessor, Finbarr ODriscoll outlined the importance of the reports in the business of the County Board.

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Wednesday 14th April, 2010
The Tesco Senior All Ireland Post Primary Schools finals take place this Saturday in Longford and Limerick.

The Senior A and B finals take place as a double header at Pearse Park, Longford with the Senior C final taking place as a stand alone game at Croagh in Limerick.

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